I don't work from home, as I do custom tile in bath and kitchen. Looking to expand my product by word of mouth. I am very good at this and have many happy customers.
Server Assistant / Busser: They help servers to maintain support for taking care of the guests. They usually pick up dirty dishes, replace plates and silverware, and pour water for guests. If you don’t like to talk to people, it is your job you complete it.
Server: Welcome guests and answer their questions about food and drinks, take their food and drinks orders, and cash them out. A person needs to enjoy talking with people. Otherwise, it is hard to complete as a job.
Bartender: Making drinks and take in care of bar customers.
Food Runner: Run the food for each table. If you don’t like to talk to people, it is not the right job for you.
Host: Welcome guests and sit them in the server’s sections.
Does this mean you got the job? Have you ever been offered a shadowing opportunity and was not offered the job? I'm very curious to know some of your experiences! I feel that this means you are close to landing that particular role as long as you feel that you are capable of doing the job. You've taken the time out to ask the employees there about if they enjoy their job, it they like the company, getting a better understanding of their daily responsibilities etc.
Started 08/20- in the meat dpt., for only $11/hr. Unlike most other retail grocers, NO extra pay for Meat/deli/nor overnight. Beginning in Jan/'22, 5 of us got $1 raise ($13/hr), due to 2/3 shift- staff quit in mid- Dec. & almost immediately thereafter OPs began various attempts at forcing us to quit. 3 had gone by end of Feb. & we last 2 were terminated via contrived/false charges, respectively. During this time, 1 of the main tactics used was keeping staff #'s down to where lunchbreaks were summarily omitted due to customer traffic. I personally missed then for 3 months straight, & only able to get off my feet on bathroom breaks.... All this in/around a work schedule of 6- day weeks & anywhere from 9- 12 hours... Equaling $900- $1k paydays, but also retro exhaustion- as diagnosed by my Dr. during my annual phys. exam 12 days AFTER my release.
Hello job seekers,if you seek a trucking trainee course don't F with CRST.I did them in 2015 and passed all requirements.on my final day of 28 day training period with my trainer we were on our way from Memphis,stopped at a truck stop to take a break.while there,my trainer had gone to restroom,I got out and was doing pretrip walk around my truck I passed out,due to dehydration fell and broke my jaw.i was out for 5 months,before doctor released me.i called to see about going back to work,and go solo,I could not get in touch with my recruiter,they did not return calls,dispatcher wouldn't talk to me.so I did not get chance to start a career I earned,my trainer had passed me on my training,and went over it with me,signed off.they breached contract,got nerve to say I owe them because they overpaid my worker comp.really,after the government had paid them.wow
I am a retired 43 year electrical engineer service as distribution manager in the power distribution field. Par timeelectrician with remodeling construction experience. Love working with others.
Is there a chance to get a job as a Microbiologist with just the Bachelor Degree? I’ve been looking for any type of position in which I can apply everything I learned but everything (and just one of the 37 places I applied) is for $8.60 an hour as production (I live in PR and minimum wage is $8.50 but at many fast food the kid with 16 years and not even a HS diploma is at $9.00+). I want to show everyone what I’m capable of but this thing of not actually getting an interview as a Microbiologist is making me think that I made a mistake and I can’t afford any further studies since I don’t own that kind of money right now.