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Gabriella George
1 day ago

My husband was working in a small business and a garage setting when one day last week his boss/owner started a BBQ grill in the garage and the smoke began irritating my husbands eyes due a medical condition. He asked if they can take it outside of the garage, not to mention this is a safety hazard but the owner said he would be ok. So my husband said he would come back the next day to finish his work and the owner fired him on the spot all while beginning to argue and insult my husband calling him a whiner. Any advice. #wrongful #termination #jobsearch #advice

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Arieyon Wynne
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Christina Wright

Yes

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Joyce Jones

Yes you can and you should work as well as work on getting s college degree!! Lots of people have done it.

Yes you can and you should work as well as work on getting s college degree!! Lots of people have done it.

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Nancy Urban

Be interview ready knowing how to answer professionallyand correctly on interview questions. Review about the company when established mission etc . Ace the interview

Be interview ready knowing how to answer professionallyand correctly on interview questions. Review about the company when established mission etc . Ace the interview

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Deanna Ortiz

Come prepared with questions to ask after the interview! And what next steps are after the first round!

Come prepared with questions to ask after the interview! And what next steps are after the first round!

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Mimi DiTrani
about 21 hours ago

I have, for the first time, continually been told I was "too experienced" for positions where I met all of the qualifications and was very interested. No matter how well I may do in the few Interviews I receive, the strength of my references, testimonial letters, resume or how relevant the portfolio exemplifying my experience may be, this is an ongoing challenge. As a woman over 40, I have been reading this is very common. Even if HR asks me about salary or 'title' allocated to the role, and I assure them that I am fine taking less than I have previously earned and am not concerned with 'titles' only the role and company itself, I am left back where I started, nowhere. Some people have told me that, despite my willingness to take a pay cut, some companies are required to pay a certain salary that aligns with the level of the person they hire, making my age and experience a financial liability. If that is the case, that limits the range of positions I could even hope of procuring. I am unsure how to diminish my experience, go back in time on my age or undo being a woman or what else I can proactively do to allay any of these obstacles and procure roles I am more than capable of performing. Has anyone else faced this and, if so, can they offer any advice as to what my options may be? I have hired multiple Job and Life 'Coaches', had experts redo my LinkedIn, Resume, Cover Letter and assist in making my Portfolio look beautiful, yet even these actions have had no impact in my ability to change the inevitable outcome. Thank you for any suggestions! #jobsearch #advice #women #careerchange

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Nora Hodges
4 days ago

I just got offered a job in my desired field (I'm a data analyst) and the salary is right where I want it to be........................................................................................................................................................

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Deanna Ortiz

I have a friend who works in hiring at her company and says its perfectly acceptable for new hires to negotiate their salary. In her experience, men will 9 times out of 10 negotiate, while women rarely. Something I think about often when applying for jobs! Good luck!

I have a friend who works in hiring at her company and says its perfectly acceptable for new hires to negotiate their salary. In her experience, men will 9 times out of 10 negotiate, while women rarely. Something I think about often when applying for jobs! Good luck!

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Ty Green

I have almost 17 years working in the food industry and from all the restaurants I’ve worked at, I see the reality of what happens to very hard working people who don’t ask for raises. I always push for people who deserve it to stand up for themselves because they are worth it. I’m very good in a kitchen and if a shop doesn’t give you tips it ain’t for it trust me. They are so many jobs in the food industry and happy employees is so important. It makes it easy to push through a 10 hour shift.

I have almost 17 years working in the food industry and from all the restaurants I’ve worked at, I see the reality of what happens to very hard working people who don’t ask for raises. I always push for people who deserve it to stand up for themselves because they are worth it. I’m very good in a kitchen and if a shop doesn’t give you tips it ain’t for it trust me. They are so many jobs in the food industry and happy employees is so important. It makes it easy to push through a 10 hour shift.

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Florence kendra Nnolum
about 16 hours ago

Hello Dearies, I am a  (Dynamic) creative freelance writer and Editor with 5+ years of experience writing SEO-optimized content for mini vehicles, healthcare, fashion, news website, and digital marketing niches.   I have Exceptionally outlined, wrote and edited expertise with the ability to produce, proofread, analyze and edit content, copy write, write journals, essays, paperwork and develop quality materials.

Now, I know everything about this job and I have a remarkable significance in this sector. I am a graduate of English and Literary Studies, therefore, I have certain ways and strategies of handling any customer or any work regarding this sector.

I am a very persuasive freelancer with passion and hunger for knowledge. I am a learner and researching my works helps me to emphasize on the latest trends.

I empower using all the tools required in this sector. As a Freelance writer, I have never failed to amaze my clients with my hard labor.

  I have always been appreciated for my fast thinking ability, multitasking brilliance, effective communication authority and what not!

Overall, I am a complete package and worth having any writing job you can offer. # # #workfromhome #advice #healthcare

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Ruby Sue
4 days ago

During my divorce, and after a 44 year spot free record, I now carry a couple of MD charges on my background that will be expunged in 3 years. With out having a vehicle at the moment, I have been looking for WFH opportunities with-in the medical community that I have been familiar with for the last 20+ years. I realize that may no longer be an option for me at this time, which may just be what forces me into another industry. I am always willing to learn new things and looking for a place where I can put in to use the 20+ years of customer service I also have under my belt. Would appreciate any information!! Thanks in advance. #jobsearch #advice #healthcare #careerchange #interview

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Sean Alligood

Well they know now....

Well they know now....

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Sean Alligood

Congrats 👏

Congrats 👏

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Victor M. Macias

Anna, apply with your local temporary job agencies for a starter.

Anna, apply with your local temporary job agencies for a starter.

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Ken Harvey
4 days ago

I'm currently working three jobs to pay the bills and it's starting to kill me. Having one full time job with job security and some benefits would be a dream at this point. I currently work part time at Ross, Starbucks, and working a parking lot. I've asked all my bosses for full time work but they can't help. Any help you can offer is appreciated.

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Vicki DeFelice

Interested

Interested

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Deanna Ortiz

Maybe seeing if there is another Starbucks or Ross that has a full-time option that you can transfer to could be helpful!

Maybe seeing if there is another Starbucks or Ross that has a full-time option that you can transfer to could be helpful!

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