Wage per hour: 8.50 $
Hours per week: 48-60
Average tips: 0
They are very disorganized and unprofessional. They were not paying overtime to the rescuers (bar branch in Maryland) although the contract says that it is mandatory. Whenever we tried to talk with them about this, no one he could / would not provide a specific answer why. Online schedule was all but up to date, and we were forced to call a staffer every day in order to find the location at which to work the next day. It happened to be attributed to international rescuers pool that would be far more than an hour by bicycle pretending that everything is all right, but when supervisors / assistants regional managers personally drove us to those pools, we waited for them for an hour after work so they would drove us for about another 50 minutes to the apartment.
Far from being that the wages are catastrophically low, especially in combination with the extra work, but I'm just thinking that it is not worth the trouble of that there are a lot more organized companies that are far more worthwhile.
Sessions: $ 8
Number of hours per week : 50
Average tip : no tip , overtime- $ 12
Lifeguard at the pool . Hehe , you can imagine how difficult it was to me : D Chilling every day , I did not work a second job , there was no need because I worked a lot of hours a week here .
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