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“Very flexible on the hours worked! I worked here part-time while attending school full-time and they were more than willing to work with my school schedule. If you are at school full-time and looking for a place to work that isn't retail/fast-food, then this is the place to go.”
They will go above and beyond the call of duty when it comes to taking care of their costumers & employees.
Ask about their Equity... Be knowledgeable and get everything in writing. Ask questions and dont take deflecting answers because that is what they will give you. They will give you the run around and you will receive nothing except harassment
No Insurance, No Health Care, They don't pay out the money they owe you.
There are no benefits.
Hardly any at all. For call center personnel there were no benefits
Not really too many benefits. No health insurance, or anything along those lines. They do have a gym onsite at the office in Orem. I hear lunch is free every Friday if you work at the corporate office, they also have ping pong and stuff set up. They do provide company vehicles for full time Service Technicians with a fuel card, that’s a pretty big benefit. They also fly you out to Utah to meet everybody when you first start, plus feed you,and house you while you are there.
there was no such thing as a benefits package here.
Long, 10 hour days. Temporary job. No benefits.
Long, 10 hour days.
No benefits at all. Do not recommend working here!
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