Yes I believe there is some confusion going on over there.. A lot of miscommunication... I've only been working for them a few weeks, but when I applied, I lost the email with the test materials (went to my junk folder) .. and when I found it I only had 2 days to prepare instead of a week, so I missed the deadline... so I emailed and I explained what happened and they gave me a new exam deadline, I wrote and submitted it.
Then someone emailed and said they understood I missed the deadline, would you like a new one? I said I already wrote it and submitted it. Then I got an automated email saying the positions were all filled. .. ? (why did she just now offer me a new one then, after I'd already submitted?) So anyway I then I emailed and said please give me feedback on my score, because I worked many hours on the studying and I thought I at least deserved some feedback on how I did... then they almost immediately sent me the job offer ...
Ok I am not going to argue.
Not getting too many hours in though. There will be lots for a few days and then none for a few. You can't rely on steady income. Take it when you can.
Question if anyone knows... Do they terminate you if you don't do enough hours? And how long will they let you work minimal hours before they say something? And do they give you a warning first to step it up, or do they just bam say goodbye.
When I finally got started I had the flu and was horizontal for a week. Then got into a minor car accident .. I'm ok now but the first 3 weeks I only worked like 11 hours. Now I'm ready to work but the queue is empty!