La Granson International
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La Granson International Employee Review

Worst place to work there

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26 August 2020
They will make sure that you have to be there at 6:30 in the morning, Monday to Friday and then you will go home around 20:00, you have to go to the office to drop the tablet and you earn via commission it. I remember I earned R105 after 6 weeks and they will say that you will get a R10 000 salary but nothing. This was nothing but exploitation.
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Pros
Nothing
Cons
Long and stressful hours
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