According to their website with basic info, yes. But they don't have a position that says, "Warehouse, delivery, computer specialist, HR representative, p/t salesman, A/V and appliance installer."
I work at one of those companies that likes to stick you with as many responsibilities as they can so they don't have to hire someone new, but still pay you as much as the new guys. I barely made $20k last year. I'm told I do an excellent job, even by the manager, and I'm well liked by most everybody. I started as an installer making $9.50/hour, stayed at that much when I moved to delivery after 10 months (which was like a raise, as they started out at $9). But at my 1yr review, I was given a $.75 raise to $10.25. Meanwhile, the new guys coming in are making $10/hour before I had my review. I've been here for almost 2 years now, breaking my back by carrying stupid SubZs to all the rich [email protected]
$tards up in the Yellowstone Club, sliding around on the ice and snow that they can't have shovelled before we get there, trying to pull the truck out when it gets stuck, and then our warehouse manager yells at us for being slow. I'm getting tired of it and I'm ready to leave.
The thing is, three of our warehouse guys are leaving in a month when school is out, because they'll have degrees. So they need us, really. Do I give them my notice, or what?
I figure, I'll just keep applying for the technical jobs at the school (MSU), and as soon as they offer me one, I'm gone! An extra $2+ per hour (pushing me up $5-10k per year), maybe a salaried position, and six free credits per semester, that's too good to turn down. I need to finish my degree, and I'd rather not pay more for school than I already have.
"Squeaky wheel gets the grease." More like, "Squeaky wheel gets peed on."