DigitalCatalyst said:I just got the call today, I start training Monday, and in response to the previous posters question, training is going to be during the shift I was hired for. Great!
Benifits take 30 work days to kick in. Aprox a month and a half. We can barely keep new hires (on the preload) in our center that long.DigitalCatalyst said:Well thats uncertain at this point. During the post-interview tour, the sup told me that if he didn't get me in for the peak, he'd try to get me in January when he would be hiring again. During the HR interview she told me I'd have to wait 3 years to have benefits that could really help out with my kid or something to that effect, I was talking to her about daycare. She asked if I wanted to work just for the holidays or if I wanted to stay longer. It FELT like a longer term hire than just peak, but who knows. I'll find out soon enough!