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“Training in the office is not representative to what it’s like on the floor. No this is ever organized in reality. ”
“Doesn't even meet state minimum requirements in MA.”
“slow time of year in late fall, good for managers to get some down time and recuperate, part time employees schedules are highly flexible ”
I want to know about retirement plans, 401K , and investment in the company
Employee has to contribute quite a lot
almost zero benefits but flexible.
The benefits are horrid. Do not pay for anything. Waste of money.
There is no benefits at all.
U don't get anything except health and dental and it's the cheapest possible.
It’s great no complaints at all.
For hourly employees, there are no benefits worth mentioning. As far as I'm aware they only have a group health insurance discount program available, but employees can get better coverage elsewhere.
For hourly employees, there are no benefits worth mentioning.
I don't really think there are any benefits other than paid training(not enough training) and raises every six months( which is based on the speed of your counting)
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