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Yvette Rodgers
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Hello! I have an interview tomorrow. My question is crazy, but it is my reality. My hair is natural, short and red. I am very interested in this company and want, not to blow it. I am willing to wear a wig but wasn't sure in today's times what is acceptable and what is not. Also, I thought about asking the recruiter but not really sure about how that would look. #interview #advice

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Mario Montes
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I'm currently looking for work at age 63. I have shaved my white beard because I know for certain that ageism is real--it's not suppose to be in California or anywhere but it is. If you feel your hair color has kept you from getting an offer then go with the wig then show who you really are after you're past your 90 day probation. At the end of the day--they're investing in your talent.

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Phoebe Montrie
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At a lot of jobs, but especially at Restaurant Jobs, there are always a few staff members who call off or ask to trade shifts very, very often. Sometimes even skipping the part where they call and just simply not showing up at all. This is called a “No Call/No Show”. 😱 😰 🥶

In those situations 🧑‍💼 Managers usually turn to their 🦹‍♀️ A Team 🦸🏻‍♀️of reliable staff to pick up the shifts, or work harder to make up for the loss, and shortstaffing. 💞✨

The main reasons someone would pick up an extra shift are; needing the money or extra hours, wanting to help a friend at work by covering, or wanting to support a manager you like a lot!! 💫 🌟

It feels good to step in when necessary, but often picking up these bonus shifts can cause a strain on your own schedule as well. 💕

Do you mind covering for your coworkers by picking up shifts? Do you often trade shifts you are assigned for different ones? Are you in a situation where your schedule is flexible enough or you need the extra cash?? 💸 😮‍💨 😵‍💫

#Jobsearch #Advice #Foodservices #Aboutmyjob #Motivation #Workfromhome #Retail #Interview #Application #Watercooler #Firstjob

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Jonh David
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We are seeking to add a Data Entry Clerk to our team! You will be responsible for accurate data entry, file maintenance, and record keeping.

Full Training is Provided

Responsibilities:

Prepare and sort documents for data entry

Review and enter data updates in the systems

Review discrepancies in data received

Qualifications:

Excellent typing skills

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: $25 per hour

Email me directly 📧 : rebakahdoris@gmail.com

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Evelyn Cannon
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Reena B.
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Probably not very hard. Clerk jobs are usually considered entry level and some may not need require a lot of education or experience. You can search for Clerk jobs right here on Jobcase!

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Pepito Vilca
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Theresa Halminiak
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I have friends that work for Doordash, they average about $20 an hour. The hourly salary does vary by location.

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Karen Piotrowski
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First off, it would be good if you have data entry experience. But either way, you should be a fast Typist, and pay very close attention to detail. General computer skills and/or ability to learn new computer programs

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Lisa Roberts
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I was called into the office today for taking too much initiative. I guess my boss felt like I was trying to take some of his tasks away from him and do them better. I was basically told to follow directions and not to go above my boss's head, if I finished my work and needed more things to do I need to ask before starting something new. This is just so weird to me because my work ethic has always been that of excelling and doing my best. This came out of left field. Where do I go from here? #advice

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Phoebe Montrie
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I'm sorry this happened to you! It sounds like you were just trying to go above and beyond but instead of being rewarded were scolded! Could you ask your boss if there are other responsibilities they would be more comfortable with you taking on after you finish? Or what they want you to focus on when you have time to spare? Perhaps another job with more to do would be a better option as well. What do you think you'll do next? Is this the right place for you in other ways? 💕

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Phoebe Montrie
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If I could see some more of your work history on your profile, I might be able to help you use your previous experience to find the right position there! For now maybe you could search Mesa, Arizona on the American Airlines Careers Page and see if there are any open positions you feel qualified for! I'm sure they're hiring a lot of folks right now! Good Luck! ❤️💙

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Steven Ransom
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Skills Needed for Security Guards

  • Security Officer Experience.
  • Patrolling.
  • Law Enforcement.
  • Customer Service.
  • Attention to Detail.
  • Communication Skills.
  • Surveillance.
  • Written Communication. 😊
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Ashley Giorgi
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What work field or industry do you have the most experience? Are you finding opportunities in this field or willing to switch? #jobsearch #advice #workfromhome #interview #application # #hiringevents #

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Reena B.
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I have done administrative work. My challenge has been find a good paying work from home admin work. I like admin work so don't want to switch...just have to keep looking.

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Carrie O'Connor
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Getting really irritated with no valid job recommendations when I’m actually really looking for honest work. #jobsearch #workfromhome

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Angela Mahoney
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I'm starting to think these are all bots with a picture of a human face and it's so deceiving.

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