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Nice working enviroment

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Nice working hours and coffee. Learned to handle stress and customers complains but nice when customers called back to thank you for helping them with their problem.
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This place is so toxic

There is too many problems for me to list I will just say this..if you enjoy working long hours with no time for your family and treated as if you are a number...then this is the place for you. They pay you just enough to make you have to depend on the check you get every week or 2 weeks. They are extremely unprofessional EVERYWHERE there. Every manager that works in the zeeland location are TERRIBLE. They give you 4 weeks of vacation, but its only to compensate you for all the time they take from you working 12-14 hour days. Avoid this place like the plague if you know whats good for you.


The people I work with are pretty good


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highly interacting and competitive

This would have to be he most amazing company I have worked for. They do what they say and look after their employees very well, a great work/life balance, salary, incentives and bonuses..


lunch with voucher


long hours
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3.5 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
3.7 out of 5 stars for Salary/Benefits
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3.4 out of 5 stars for Management
3.5 out of 5 stars for Culture