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DAVID TAYLOR

A week

A week

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Carol Holden

yes

yes

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Jane Murtha

Yes Your past experience would determine at what level you would be hired though. Good luck sweetie

Yes Your past experience would determine at what level you would be hired though. Good luck sweetie

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Take on a job somewhere that uses forklifts. I work in automotive production and have trained and certified a lot of people on the forklift. These folks were production operators that learned how to drive a forklift. You will need to excell at your " foot in the door job" to seem worth training for the forklift. Good luck.

Take on a job somewhere that uses forklifts. I work in automotive production and have trained and certified a lot of people on the forklift. These folks were production operators that learned how to drive a forklift. You will need to excell at your " foot in the door job" to seem worth training for the forklift. Good luck.

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Robert Simmerman

You could try getting a job in a warehouse they will train you since you will need a forklift for picking product.. I worked in a cold storage warehouse and we had 36 lifts operating on each shift

You could try getting a job in a warehouse they will train you since you will need a forklift for picking product.. I worked in a cold storage warehouse and we had 36 lifts operating on each shift

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So I got injured on April 4,2022 from a slip and fall accident at my previous seasonal job. Now it took the company 2 weeks to file for workers compensation then seveal weeks later to have exams done and see orthopedics. One orthopedic told me that my left shoulder is a frozen shoulder (mind you he never looked at my images from my mri nor the results as there was and still are several issues and fractures and what not going on.) this orthopedic doctor tells me to exercise my shoulder and keep moving it and everytime I do the pain gets worse. As for my back it’s pulled muscle and my right wrist has a torn tendon. So due to the severity of my injuries I was only paid for 2weeks (as they stated was because it was a seasonal job at the mall.) now it’s almos July and I’m still in pain and seen a physical therapist and all but what’s important is that I have missed my actual job for almost over a month that I just started few days after. It’s complicated and probably confusing at this point. But my point is was that I was told by the orthopedic that I can not use my left arm (in a sling) one moment and the next to move it and to move my right wrist (in a brace), which is kinda impossible when your a cashier and can barely hold a pencil or lift up my own child not to mention I have my back a brace on as well which makes me completely not useful to my company. Now, I havent gotten paid For the times I missed work and went to my therapies and doctor appointments even have a letter stating I’m not allowed to return to work till I’m cleared by my orthopedic (till today I’m still not cleared.)

What can I do in this case as it’s kind of hard as I’m a single mom who needs to provide for my 2year old and pay bills.

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I'm so sorry to hear you got injured at work! Its hard to tell what to do next exactly, but can I ask if you have all the documentation related to your injury and aftercare sorted out and organized in case you need to take legal or official action? You may need to also find a way to contact someone in the companies HR department or payroll to sort out which days you should be paid for and any reimbursements. Here is the official federal .Gov Workers Comp Page as well in case you need any of those links, it's full of info about next steps! Good Luck! 💕

I'm so sorry to hear you got injured at work! Its hard to tell what to do next exactly, but can I ask if you have all the documentation related to your injury and aftercare sorted out and organized in case you need to take legal or official action? You may need to also find a way to contact someone in the companies HR department or payroll to sort out which days you should be paid for and any reimbursements. Here is the official federal .Gov Workers Comp Page as well in case you need any of those links, it's full of info about next steps! Good Luck! 💕

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Torie Miley

Yikes! Pass the exam and get a Lyft to work!

Yikes! Pass the exam and get a Lyft to work!

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Christine Taylor
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I know this is very case by case but when you receive the offer, do you usually accept it first before you quit? Or do you quit before you accept the offer? I’ve seen people notify their employer before accepting a job offer so they can use this to negotiate a retention package or raise. Is it worth the effort? Curious about how people usually handle this. I'm excited but stressed!

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dillmaya tamang

I am ready to work immediately. I will come to give me a visa and work. why are you so tense?

I am ready to work immediately. I will come to give me a visa and work. why are you so tense?

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Frank Mckissick

My answer is this: do not quit until you are sure that you are going to accept the job offer! If you quit before hand, then if you don't get the job, you are left 'out" in the cold with no where to go! I am just saying, make sure that it is a "sure thing before your act!

My answer is this: do not quit until you are sure that you are going to accept the job offer! If you quit before hand, then if you don't get the job, you are left 'out" in the cold with no where to go! I am just saying, make sure that it is a "sure thing before your act!

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Sue Elvins

Don't count on one job to go through, continue looking at other places for employment. As for length of time after an interview, give it 5-7 business days as that is the fair time frame for most interviews. In most cases, business owners are pretty good at getting back in touch with the person they have interviewed if they are interested at hiring them for a position that is in need. I would be a little patient on this but as said, I would also keep looking just to keep things open. Wishing you the very best of luck!

Don't count on one job to go through, continue looking at other places for employment. As for length of time after an interview, give it 5-7 business days as that is the fair time frame for most interviews. In most cases, business owners are pretty good at getting back in touch with the person they have interviewed if they are interested at hiring them for a position that is in need. I would be a little patient on this but as said, I would also keep looking just to keep things open. Wishing you the very best of luck!

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Phoebe Montrie

Check out this [Indeed Page about Interview Questions at GameStop] (https://www.indeed.com/cmp/Gamestop/interviews) and Information about what others have experienced applying at GameStop! This should help you prepare for what you'll be asked! Good Luck! 💚

Check out this [Indeed Page about Interview Questions at GameStop] (https://www.indeed.com/cmp/Gamestop/interviews) and Information about what others have experienced applying at GameStop! This should help you prepare for what you'll be asked! Good Luck! 💚

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Yikes! Pass the exam and get a Lyft to work....

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Danny Van Pool
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My Ex wife's family has worked for Fed-Ex for yrs,I know that,I would be a good fit, I was a Pyrite Investigator for 28 years, and for 9 years,I was a Court Appointed Criminal Defense Investigator, at this time in my life, I would Live to work for Fed-Ex, Please respond.!!! #management #jobsearch #interview #advice

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