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- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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7 days on 7 days off work week, decent pay for the area and 7 hours of overtime built into check, and some room for growth based on company needs. Break room with free coffee, and they like to feed you for doing extra work, like coming in extra hours to cover people on vaca and sick time. Sick and vacation time is straight allotment instead of separate, so you choose what to use it for. The management is good to work with and the other employees are knowledgeable about the job and overall friendly. There is a fairly high turnover rate, cause not everyone can work an overnight shift. Things change a lot so there is always something to do
no raises for 2015, even after we had a conversion we sill wont see raises because they bought out 2 company's and don't feel they have the money after making millions in profit to give a percentage raise.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 5 weeks – interviewed at Scientific Games.
From the first interview to the offer took about 5 weeks; the background check was thorough and took 2 weeks to complete. The interview process itself was typical for corporate America.
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