I have worked for this company on and off for 4 years and I will be 67 years old in 2 weeks, and I can assure you, they DO NOT discriminate based on age, and it is a very enjoyable company to work for. The supervisors that I have had are 1st class individuals, and extremely fair!!!!!
65 and I got hired right away!. Fun job and I am meeting a lot of nice people.
Age is not a problem with this company, but you can't have a life with this company as they will tell you glowing stories about how much you will work, but you will get one or two days a week while never letting your know when or if you will be working. You have to check your schedule daily and your work days will be there one day, gone the next. You can plan something only to see at the last minute you are scheduled. There is little consistency with this company.
Worked with them at fry s for 2 years lead was racist and was not knowledgeable. Of procedures and food handleing.
Seem to hire more younger 20-40
I have worked with them on and off for the last 3 1/2 years and I have never had an issue. Questions are based on youe experience and not your age.
Advantage Hired me @ the age of 59. Age was never a topic. They not only met my present salary @ the time, but exceeded it by .75. I only needed to ask for it and the Manager went to bat to get it for me.
Advantage Solutions was formed in 1987 on founder Sonny King’s vision of building a national sales and marketing agency focused on unparalleled service, customized solutions, and outstanding results. Today we are the leading sales and marketing agency in the industry.
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I like working with advantage they seam to care about you and do working with you on when you want to work on part-time .
I worked there for 9+ years and thought I had found a company that I could work for until I retire. I was hired in 2009 after being out of work for a year due to the 2008 crash. I had performance reviews at exceed expectations (4 out of 5) for the previous 4 years. Then my performance review for 2017 (in the spring of 2018) was Below Expectations, even though I did everything asked and then some, had glowing client reviews, and positive feedback on many projects. I was let go in summer of 2018. I then found out several others in the same role had the same pattern of performance reviews. Advantage needed to trim salaries to reduce overhead. I gave them 2 stars because the people I worked with were great. The management is very much out of touch with what goes on day to day.
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I worked for SOS which was recently acquired by this company. All I can say is elder abuse! They know you are retired, and may have another job, or a disability, but they force you to work beyond your physical capacity. One gentlemen 74 who had another part time day job, was also forced to work nights for fourteen straight days before he quit.
Are they age friendly????
Excellent Posting, Handicap Fiendly
Out of the half-dozen officers at our site, two are of retirement age.
Employer has training for site supervisors
They are fair with their people and suppliers.
I have been working at Allied Universal full-time (More than 3 years) The pay is good, The OT is good as well, if you want to work you'll get hours. The benefits are good, PTO after a year.
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