Mark's
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Trying to figure out what there doing very slowly

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12 février 2016
Mark's try's to have a welcoming culture but due to old school upper management this will never be accomplished. Life and work balance is nonexistent they believe they own you. For example I had a week of holiday's cancelled by my D.M. that I booked 2 months prier.
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2,0Équilibre vie professionnelle / personnelle
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2,0Culture d'entreprise
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Discount and flexibility in hours
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Little pay for a lot of pressure
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