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All hiring is done via agencies

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Around 7 - it is not a stressful place to work and they make sure that people do not burn out. Some people chose to work long hours, but it was not a command and control culture at all.

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Yes, they have a great flexibility policy.

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Professional, helpful, fun, progressive

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All the management are very seniors, and expect us to work 7 to 7 or 8. If you have young family, this is not the right company. Lack of management skills. Make you to work on everything(even if you don't know about it nor trained on it) and there is no job profile work. My JD was saying a Sales Support Specialist and they are making me to work as a data entry person. Under paid for more stressful work. I got told to work from home 2 days in a week, after i took up the contract they are not allowing me use this option. Micro management, lack of guidelines, I was leaving 3 pm one day because of my son medical checkups, and my manger asked me when i am covering those missing hours, but i work from 9 to 630 everyday and he never asked me why i am doing extra hours of work. I worked with a quite nice MNC's and i never had this kinda experience.

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Free coffee
Site is always very clean
Safety is EVERYTHING

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Forward looking and change focused.
Teams collaborate well to get the best service to market.

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