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You are not guarantee hours that you signed up for! They will signed you out and tell you are no longer needed for your entire shift even when you just clocked in! The even shift is the worst! This one lead that work from 7-11 will clock you out when you did not volunteer to leave! And the craziness about this job is that they are still hiring! how can you even hire more people when the people you have is not even guaranteed to work any Hours!
These cons are strictly for the North American Branch. -Told (in writing) not to share salary information with one another even though it is against the law in the US. -During my final interview, I was asked inappropriate questions, such as "If I had a significant other?" or "Did I want to have a baby?" -Told 401k was available in original job offer, but 401k was never established. -Original emails from HR during the interview and onboarding process were riddled with mistakes, such as writing down the wrong flight time, sending me someone else's email and information, and odd picture attachments. It was so bad, I considered not taking the job. -1 CEO told us "Meteorologists are bad at business." Meanwhile, his US meteorologists were not only forecasting, but working on sales, social media, and acting as general managers for the US office. -Asked consistently to write fake positive reviews for the app, hence why I am not surprised there are other overly positive reviews on this website. However, the other offices might have much more positive experiences compared to the US. -When we would address an issue, like so many people have done in these reviews, we rarely ever saw a solution or a fix to the issue. And when solutions were found, it was typically after someone from the main office came to NYC and experienced the issue firsthand. -To the other reviewer whose suggestion was to hire the right people, are you suggesting HR was so incompetent that they hired 20+ wrong people for the US office? Perhaps in the other offices, things aren't as bad and that's great. However, I ask that you consider how deeply unhappy employees are at the US office, not the other offices, and to not discredit those experiences. Instead, work together to find solutions.
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