#spsdonmiguels

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Bradly Gehrer
over 6 months ago

Before I started working for SPS I worked for a company called PSSI at Don Miguel's but PSSI lost their contract and SPS took over, instead of following PSSI I did a rollover to SPS and informed them that I am on parole and couldn't work weekends, they said that was okay. I didn't show up for work this past weekend because I wasn't scheduled through my PO to work, Monday when I reported for work I was let go. Now I wish I had stayed with PSSI and did a transfer to one of the other companies they have contracts with.

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Bradly Gehrer
over 6 months ago

It was fast paced and challenging, I also learned skills I've never had before, chemical use and safety, and disasimbly and reasimbly of food pumps, working with a team that worked together. My dislikes, we were short handed and required to work full shifts 7 days a week with no time off, I felt stress and fatigue.

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Bradly Gehrer
over 6 months ago

If you like a job that is fast paced and can work weekends then this is a job for you, are you on parole? no problem, no back ground checks.

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