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I have been working at World Emblem International full-time (More than 5 years)
If you do a good job at the customer service department, then you pretty much have a steady job. You work Mon-Friday only. You get paid holidays and you have vacation time. The atmosphere is pretty chill, they aren't so uptight with what you wear as long as you aren't in flip flops and shorts. The owner doesn't care that you listen to music while you work (most companies don't allow that). The job itself isn't hard and once you get the hang of things it becomes easier to do.
Lunch breaks are only 30 minutes so you don't have time to eat out (not really). You only get 2 sick days out of the year which is ridiculous because getting sick and unexpected life haps... happen. If we could get 2 sick days every other month or something like that would be better. Raises aren't too common, but they do happen. Some people that work here aren't as busy as others and they complain and don't like to help others which isn't fair. Some also complain about too much workload, but constantly on their phone... then, I guess should you aren't that busy.
Advice to Management
Raises would maybe keep the staff happy and perhaps willing to do a better job and if you could extend the lunch breaks
I applied in-person. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at World Emblem International (Atlanta, GA) in November 2015.
Someone called me. I Showed up and spoke some words in English. I filled out some paper. I wrote down a few words in English. They asked if I operated machines before. I said coffee machine, washing machine and singer machine. They hire me.
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