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Caitlin

United States

#67 Sep 12, 2012
I've worked here for two years and Mary has never once "cussed out" an employee or ex employee although at times she had every right;) an yeah Jason is a smartass-better than being a dumbass! Which I'm assuming you are! Buh bye sweety:)
Knows the truth

Benton, KY

#68 Sep 12, 2012
Caitlin wrote:
I've worked here for two years and Mary has never once "cussed out" an employee or ex employee although at times she had every right;) an yeah Jason is a smartass-better than being a dumbass! Which I'm assuming you are! Buh bye sweety:)
Nah, don't think so :) She did it on check day and was like flapping her gums at me trying to be big and bad and screaming and yelling and laughing. Not professional at all just saying.

But like 85% of the people that work there are stuck up anyways.
Caitlin

United States

#69 Sep 13, 2012
Awh! Now I KNOW who you are for sure..Lauren Ligon...knows the truth! Ha, knows the truth about nothing! B!tch, you weren't worth a f**k anyway-go on somewhere!
onewhoknows

United States

#70 Sep 14, 2012
Caitlin u r a f****** [email protected] you have a shi**y attitude u r rude and u talk sh** about everyone behind their backs u think u know it all but u don't know sh**.
The Newb

Gallatin, TN

#71 Sep 14, 2012
Cookie wrote:
I have been there for a good while now. I show up, do my job, don't bitch about shit and I mind my own business for the most part. I get along with all my supervisors and co workers. Its not a bad job at all and it pays more than minimum wage. The hours suck sometimes though. Especially for the newbies.
I just started working here and so far it's not so bad. It's not the best job in the world but it's not the worst either. Krystie, a sup, was intimidating at first with her "you must do it this way EVERY time" lectures during training, but she's very nice and very helpful if you are a little lost. Jason is great, he's professional while being laid back, he makes you feel like your a person and not a robot when he discusses the job meetings with you. I'm sad that he is leaving soon.

Juoria, the regional manager, is nice. However, i do not like the new "improvements" that the company itself has forced her to put on us. They said and i quote that "They want you to be like robots." I don't like being thought of or treated that way. Nor do i think that suddenly stopping us from saying "Sir" or "ma'am" makes much sense. However, it's my job, so I do the job and go home.

I make 8/hr and the hours have been various. Some nights we get to go home early, but others we stay the whole night. Especially weekends we stay the whole time. I've yet to be told not to come in or that i'm not needed, but from others who have been there years or months i've heard that there are times where this happens. So for someone who has people and or bills that depend on getting those hours and checks i suggest saving some money when you can if you choose to work here. However, for others who are like myself it's a good place to work.

It does get overly noisy at times and it's hard to concentrate at times, so you really have to focus, and be well mannered. However, not to mannered, it seems like you have to un-learn some 'southern hospitality' to do this job. Lol.

“Sitting Waiting Wishing”

Since: Sep 12

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#72 Sep 14, 2012
LOL @ Caitlin :) I am going to be the more mature woman and not stoop to your level.

LOL @ onewhoknows you made my night.
Sam

Paducah, KY

#73 Nov 29, 2012
Is it easy to get a job here? I'm pregnant and no one will hire me bc of the "health risk". And how do I put in an application? How many wpm can I type to be suffice with what they ask?
well

Paducah, KY

#74 Nov 29, 2012
Sam wrote:
Is it easy to get a job here? I'm pregnant and no one will hire me bc of the "health risk". And how do I put in an application? How many wpm can I type to be suffice with what they ask?
if u can read and type like 15 wpm its easy to get on there but I don't think they're hiring till january
Paducahman

Paducah, KY

#76 Dec 1, 2012
It's a front for a brothel.
Former worker

Jacksonville, FL

#77 Mar 7, 2013
I worked at Madisonville office for 4 years. I got lots of "just average" or below average critiques because I come from up north, where people speak faster. I seemed to always get people who couldn't understand faster speakers when I was monitored. Yet, I got raises every year except my last year. All the mgmt and supervisors except one (who got fired last year) were great. I rarely took off except when I either requested off ahead of time or was sick, so I was never turned down for my requests. I also built up a 401k, which I took out from the company and put it under my control when I left.
Like others said, it's a good job for people attending school, a second job, or when you're in-between jobs, but I would not recommend it for a career!
Truth Be Known

AOL

#78 Sep 13, 2013
I worked at the Cape coral Fl location and what a joke!!!! Half of the building has A/C and the other half has nothing. If you sit on the side with no A/C you sweat and GOD forbid if you ask to have a fan put on. As far as the bosses go Alan talks to us like we are in first grade telling everyone to mind their P's and Q's. The EEOC should be notified about the conduct in this office and the working conditions with have of the A/C working and how people can get sick with and A/C not working properly. Horrible, Horrible place to work!!!
Ugh

Madisonville, KY

#79 Oct 23, 2013
DONT WORK THERE! ITS A TRAP! ITS A HORRIBLE PLACE TO WORK!!!!!!!!!
huh

Paducah, KY

#80 Oct 23, 2013
Truth Be Known wrote:
I worked at the Cape coral Fl location and what a joke!!!! Half of the building has A/C and the other half has nothing. If you sit on the side with no A/C you sweat and GOD forbid if you ask to have a fan put on. As far as the bosses go Alan talks to us like we are in first grade telling everyone to mind their P's and Q's. The EEOC should be notified about the conduct in this office and the working conditions with have of the A/C working and how people can get sick with and A/C not working properly. Horrible, Horrible place to work!!!
is there one in ft myers too?
Todd

Cape Coral, FL

#81 May 19, 2014
I currently work at at the Cape Coral location and have found that Alan, Bryan and Valerie are very professional. I agree that sometimes all three have to remind us every shift that even as adults we should stop acting like children, as so many act like. It is a shame that the ones that act this way force them to have to cover these basic things. That time should be of better use to assist us in doing a better job. Yes the shift hours could be better; but, it is a job and alot of people are still out of work. No job is perfect. I was told at the time I was hired that the number of hours per day or even per week was based on what the company needed. Since I accepted the job I had no illusions of any promises. Yes the job is great for students looking for part time work. We as adults should know that this type of job should only be short term while searching for something better. Cry all you want, drama and favorites are at any job
curious

United States

#82 Jul 8, 2014
is there one in Madisonville????
curious

United States

#83 Jul 8, 2014
curious wrote:
is there one in Madisonville????
Currently looking for it and can't find it...was told there was one on Anton Rd???

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