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Port Huron, MI
1 to 50 employees
Company - Private
Less than $1 million (USD) per year

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    I worked at Aunt Millie's Bakeries full-time


    I loved my job there. It was very challenging and I learned alot .was hurt at work and now on disability. Can still work part time only restrictions are set down as needed


    Very challenging but I loved it very fast paced 150 loafs a minute.

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    Grocery-Sales Merchandiser Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Chicago, IL
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    I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Aunt Millie's Bakeries (Chicago, IL) in March 2013.


    A day or two after I submitted my resume I received a callback/interview. During the first interview I chose which route I wanted and how many days I wanted. She also asked a few basic questions like what made me qualified. Then she scheduled a second interview for the following day. She didn't really ask many questions, most of the interview consisted of me explaining my previous job duties and my qualifications. The entire interview only lasted for about 5 to 7 minutes. A couple days after the second interview, I got another call saying I got the job so she then scheduled me to have a hair follicle test(drug test), a physical, and a lifting test. And last she informed me that they would be doing a background and credit check. About a week later after all of the test and checks had come back, I received another call that everything checked out and I was then scheduled for orientation.

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