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They do not pay their workers correctly. They are constantly shorting their hours on their paycheck. They also expect you to use your personal vehicle for the company and if it gets damaged on company jobsites you can not expect it to fixed. If a worker on the other hand damages something of theirs it is taken out of their paycheck. They do not run a business the way it should be ran and they hire people who has a rap sheet a mile long. WHAT HAPPENED TO THE BACKGROUND CHECKS? They will tell you want they want you to hear then turn around and do something else. Not a company I suggest working for, has done nothing but caused issues for my family.
If you positively, absolutely have to have it done in a month, this is not your company. Disorganized, understaffed and exceedingly slow.
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