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Danny Hadden
about 1 year ago
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Drama at #B&biceandwatercompany

The bossman made me stay home missing days for no reason and ain't wanna pay me for something I worked for

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Shaw Smith
about 1 year ago
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What I loved about working at #B&JMedical was the atmosphere.

Ok place to work very clean, very laid back, just not any room for advancement. Make pretty average money for the type of work.

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Crystal Pegram
over 2 years ago
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My advice to people interested in working at #B&BLightningProtection as a #AssistantProjectManager/BidEstimator ...

Work is hard but rewarding. Supervisor was very knowledgeable and pleasant yo work with.

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Earl Hurt
over 2 years ago
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A #stressful #B&WResources day

Them making me work with 2 herniated disc

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Birgit Ibanez
about 2 years ago
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What I loved working at #B&GRestaurant

My Co - Workers

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Olatutu Olawoyin
over 1 year ago
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A #stressful #B&Gsupermarket day

When the goods just arrived and I want to arrange it.it takes time

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Olatutu Olawoyin
over 1 year ago
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My advice to people interested in working at #B&Gsupermarket as a #Cashier ...

He or she is welcome it a good place to be

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Imcash Perez
about 3 years ago
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How #B.T.WashingtonHigh changed me

It help changed my career. B. T. Washington high is a great school, and its the school I graduated from.

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Valeria Roman
almost 3 years ago
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If my pet worked @ #B&RMachineic He/she would say

Would like it at first but would complain that he was never able to grow before being let go .

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Cortney Fultz
almost 3 years ago
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My advice to people interested in working at #B&Wpackaging as a #Machineandpressoperator ...

B&W packaging is a great place to work. The Boss man and supervisors are all awesome and understanding people. They want the job your supposed to do done but its a good place.

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