First off you get paid VERY well for the amount of work you do. During the summer it's fast paced and the company integrates the "FISH!" Program which is so much fun and inspiring. During the winter there is a lot more down time and management is great with allowing you to study, color, read etc.
Ultimately it's a great place to work. I worked in retail for 5 years and worked my butt off and didn't make nearly as much as entry level at Camis. Whether you're looking for a seasonal job or something long term it's a great opportunity. Honestly amazes me how high the turnover rate is (not because it's easy to be fired, people just stop showing up or keep violating the very lenient discipline policy)
I see people on here writing that it's "easy to get fired" etc but it's really not. Yes you will be disciplined for having your phone out at your desk (it is a secure environment, it's a security issue) and there is progressive discipline for being late but that is true in ANY job. If you're an adult and you can't be to work on time, that's not the company's problem it's yours. The one bad thing I would say is that sometimes there are late shifts, but management does a good job about rotating so you won't always be working night shifts. And you have to pay to park in downtown Ann Arbor but they offer the Go Pass which gets you on the bus system.
Advice to Management
Relocating the office. Ann Arbor is nice but it's unnecessary to have a downtown location and pay for parking when most people commute and we aren't a "storefront". I understand the location is based on the high volume of college students, but they could move the building closer to EMU's campus.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week. I interviewed at Camis (Cumberland, MD) in February 2017.
I went through a recruiting company and then Camis contacted me for a Skype interview. Simple help Desk and Customer care questions were asked. I got the job in 2 days after the interview. Overall it took about 1 week.
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