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Cristy Scroggins
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over 6 months ago

Look elsewhere, in the summer time it gets up to 130 degrees in there. They pay is not worth what is expected of you.

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Cristy Scroggins
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over 6 months ago
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Cristy Scroggins
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over 6 months ago

Look somewhere else. Unless they replace the GM, they will never be able to keep ppl working there. Slot of turn over

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Robert Croxton
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over 6 months ago

Good company to work for. I was there 10yrs and really liked my job.

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Castle Iron Heart
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over 6 months ago

That it's a good job and don't take it for granted

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Lucille Fournet
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over 6 months ago

Stuller's a great company to work for. Be ready to work, work, work! Keep appointments, sick days and tardiness to a minimum...

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Dennis Thomas
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over 6 months ago
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Dennis Thomas
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over 6 months ago

Use your age and life maturity to stay focus at becoming positive productive. Be proud of the company and yourself. Remember we have been selected to do a service for a billion dollar industry. Act like a billion dollars.

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Tangata Ahonima
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over 6 months ago

Well I would let them know they need to be fast and pay attention to the trainer so the more you listened the more you understand the job

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Tangata Ahonima
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over 6 months ago

Biggest mistake I made was put wrong order on the ballet and send

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