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Mitzi Marsh
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over 6 months ago

Biggest mistake was quitting John Deere to relocate to sc

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george callahan
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over 6 months ago

Due to changes with Human Resources & the corporation’s hirer up I suggest you stay clear. They don’t appreciate those with machinist. Knowledge. You may a $ 35/ 50 hr machinists but they will only pay $19 to start. An you’ll spend half your life to get to $28 per hr. Plus your healthcare benefits suck every year they charge you more for less coverage. At this time you are only a number to them . They no longer have a personal touch with people who work for them . I was forced out after 39 yrs of outstanding service. Shop workers who age are found a way to to be rid of. No longer a place to recommend even to your worst enemy. Stay clear!! Beware!!!

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Livingstone Wright
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over 6 months ago

Just finishing up an automotive course at Broward College..need to get a job as an entry level technician

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Adam Camara
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over 6 months ago

Hello , someone can show me how to apply

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Ken Arsenault
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over 6 months ago

So I posted earlier about getting fired from my job because I went on another interview because my current job wasn't giving me 40 hours a week when all our competitors were swamped with work. My company found out I took an interview even though I was up front with them if they couldn't give me 40 hours I would be forced to. Long story short... I have been on unemployment, and was ready to retrain and go back to my last trade... I was waiting for the workforce to approve helping to pay for it, and give me additional weeks of benefits while I was training. I got a call about a technicians job (I am currently doing HVAC/R even though I am a mechanical engineer by trade, and also and have a computer science degree.) They wanted a technician and were paying very well. I interviewed and got a call within 3 hours from corporate and they told me not only did they want to offer me a job, they felt I had more knowledge than anyone they had interviewed and decided I should be a supervisor vs a technician. I will tell you before that news... I was pretty much ready to give up. Sometimes when things seem they are at its worse.... things work out. If you are in the same position... never give up.

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Anthony Davis
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over 6 months ago

Is fun respectfull place to work an lean more then you can an meeting the greeting customers telling them come again

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Anthony Davis
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sourisak sakdarak
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over 6 months ago

Take the pay unless the commute is not worth it. While you're earning income you can look for better offers. Like what I am doing. I landed a temp job offering $13 but am on interview for $16.5 and $25 as technician.

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Steven Ransom
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over 6 months ago

Instrumentation Technician - Up to 5k in sign bonuses MKD Electric, Inc. Paid sick time. Paid vacation time program. The company paid dental and vision insurance. The company paid life, AD&D and short term disability insurance... Apprenticeship - Up to 5k in sign bonuses

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Michael Pelt
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