Life of Hospitality

The life of hospitality is a hostile one in which you have to act in a hospitable way. Even if you are right, you cannot quarrel or fight with others (guest), you have to consider yourself as wrong and you have to excuse to satisfy him/her.

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Wow Boney Khuman - that sounds like it requires a lot of patience!! Hopefully your manager has your back and trusts you to make…

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Matt Bornhorst yess...that's why m still holding here for 5 years

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I hope you know that

We all feel a little lost sometimes, but just remember this:

YOU can do this
YOU are significant
YOU matter
YOU are braver than you think you are

YOU have got this!


I love this

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White privilege

I got fired because I refuse to drive forklift after they took me off without telling why. They bring in an inmate to drive, take my pay after three raises. My supervisor said that they couldn't take it so I wasn't worried but driving again, two weeks after training new man my pay dropped. I told them they said they should pay you for the two weeks for training but never receive it. Now the last person they took off forklift kept his pay and…

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Looking for a job in Allentown Pennsylvania

I’m willing to do anything love new stuff to learn

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I really need some help here. I've been a manager for about 16 years, so to me that's pretty easy. I also have a disabled son in middle school and the transition is hard for him. Very hard. Right now and for the last year I've been jobless due to my son and his transitioning. I've been throwing around ideas about trying to open a business, or something like that to help the community in some type of way, in these areas or something…

Call 211 in your county for first time business grants for women.

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Needed home time to take care of sinus issues and DOT Physical Compliance Issues

First day of home time and I'm in surgery to open my sinuses up so I can breathe through my nose. Day five I go in for post op to get packing taken out of my nose. I've been trying to get set up for a sleep study and I'm told my company deactivated my insurance. I call my company HR to be told that is was deactivated on the first day of my home time while I was in surgery for my sinuses because they termed me out of the system. She transferred me…

I work in HR (not in the trucking industry), if you had health coverage through your employer and your terminated employment (for…

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am 25 looking for the job that is well being paid

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What's going on???

How is it possible that so many companies and recruiters are in search of workers and seems to be having a hard time finding and filling these vacancies? Yet at the same time there are so many job seekers here and on other sites, with a ton of experience in search of a job/career for months that are probably more than qualified to fill many of these openings. Where is the missing link?

Most employers can tell how to read people and tell if they are really wanting the position or is it just a job. The boss of any…

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I got hired at a shelter so I figured this would be great experience I am a full-time student about to graduate in the healthcare field and don't know exactly what I want to do but I love helping people. I was very happy to get this job and happily signed over my Cory and said to the man I have not been in trouble in over 10 years he said then we should be fine I assumed everything would be fine as we had already discussed the fact that I had a…

What is your definition of Cory

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Hello gang!
This week was my best week so far in 2019.
I have remained steadfast, consistently self determined and cheerfully optimistic in pursuit of my employment expectations.
I let nothing stop or sidetract me from my aim.
Like a sharp shooter I stayed focused.
I battle the and freezing rain. I spent endless hours up and down Interstates and highways in Missouri.
Experienced brief spells of homelessness. Sleeping…

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Wegmans is Hiring!

Wegmans announced it's hiring 475 employees for its first North Carolina store.
! Current job opportunities range from customer service and entry-level management positions to culinary roles such as chefs and line cooks.

Interested applicants can apply in person at the Wegmans Hiring Office located at the Glenwood Plaza, Suite 435, 3605 Glenwood Ave, Raleigh, NC 27612 OR online at

Great.really all is the best to me is to get security job cause I am experienced too.plz if any opportunities happened, let me bi…

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