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Brian H. McInerney
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    Current Employee - Customer Service Representative in Vista, CA
    Current Employee - Customer Service Representative in Vista, CA
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    I have been working at Glacier Water Services full-time (More than a year)


    No micro-management Technicians are really nice on the phones Practically sit here all day, doing nothing You can go to the restrooms whenever you want Some job security if you've proven you can do your work quickly and efficiently


    The biggest con of working in the corporate office is the fact that there is one clique that rules all. If one person of this particular clique does not like you, the others automatically do not like you. This wouldn't be a problem if this clique did not consist of leads, managers, and HR personnel that have control of your employment status. In addition, the fact that most people are highly uneducated within the operations department makes for an extremely immature atmosphere. Benefits are terrible. Within the first year employees only receive 1.3 hours of vacation per pay period. After 1 year employees are given 2.6 and after 5 years it goes up to a whopping 4.5. Good luck finding relaxation. Health insurance is cheap, might as well pay healthcare services out of pocket. Bonuses? How about a $50 Visa card once a year, in December. Corporate employees get paid minimally to increase wages for executives.

    Advice to Management

    Hire new managers. Old does not always mean experienced. Most managers are not respected here. Let the VP of HR go also, because she is the one allowing such careless behavior of managers.

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