You learn a lot if you are inexperienced. 27inch iMacs and for the most part Adobe software creative suite 4 and up depending on client compatibility. Management can be open to suggestions on improving processes. They are fantastic at selecting employees, however, keeping them and managing them well is another story.
Family owned, pay is low $9-10 to start, hours not guaranteed and no benefits. It takes a while to go full time, if you get there at all. Employee retention is a joke. Management is very unfocused and as a result cannot see a improvement through to completion majority of the time.
Advice to Management
Learn to take use of the people that you have. Focusing on one company, one area of improvement at a time until that has become ingrained into company culture or procedure. Be honest and followthrough with what is promised to employees.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Outsourcing USA (Dallas, PA).
Girl interviewing me was on her phone texting for the majority of the interview, and seemed perturbed that I was there with a group of people to interview. She told me to sit down at a computer and then had us do "test work" that was actually just real work that they were having us do for free. She never came back, and an older woman ,who I can only imagine was the owner, very angrily asked me what I was doing here. When I explained what I was doing, she just walked away from me mid-sentence with her cellphone out.
The interview was a joke.
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