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Freel Stevens
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3 months ago

I didn't love anything about it! I was fired for an HR mess up. I turned in a doctor slip and HR manager said she would contact me if anything wasn't covered. There were 2 days that weren't covered, and she NEVER contacted me! I went in to work, and there it was on the schedule, no one even told me before I came in, and the supervisor Lisa Prince, and plant manager Mike Hines both had my number. And right after I was fired, they so conveniently increased the number of absences that we could occur!

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Daniel Morales
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4 months ago

To land a job at #Rose & shore I would make sure to...

Like all food processing companies. A lot of rules that most be follow either as food processor, packing or in sanitation departments.

Hard working company. Hiring constantly

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Joeval Nuñez
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over 6 months ago

I only an internship program for 1 year

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michael Smith
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over 6 months ago

Get good pay good benefits made new friends

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Daphne Pierce
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over 6 months ago

Younger people, will stab you in the back to make theirs elves look good!

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Joseph Fetters
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over 6 months ago

What made me stay at #Rose Brothers Electric was

I like that kind of work and the people I worked for were great.

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Lewis Bryant
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over 6 months ago

I wanted to work at #Rose-NeathFuneralHome because

Due to their reputation. Enjoyed the leaders & employed.

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Kimberly Keyes
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over 6 months ago

Today’s prompt word for #Inktober is #prickly. I came up with an idea of doing a #drawing based on a photograph I took of my late pet #hedgehog Spike sniffing a #rose that had thorns. I had purchased the rose from Wegmans around Easter and I decided to try putting it in Spike’s outdoor playpen to see how he would react to it. He initially moved the rose with his head a few times but then I managed to shoot a photo of Spike sniffing that #rose. (He only sniffed that rose for a few seconds before he decided to move on to sniffing the dirt, the fallen leaves, and the grass that was in the process of growing from the ground.) #Inktober2018

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