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@Deborah Bonner Go to your Jobcase profile, click into the Resume tab, and you'll see a prompt to upload a resume. You should also be able to follow this link: https://www.jobcase.com/profile?active_tab=resume

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As a journalist at the age of 18, you may need a portfolio of articles and you may need a journalism degree from an accredited university as that is generally what companies want as they understand there may be legal issues involved in reporting that may make them liable and they want the journalist to know Media Law and other legal matters in reporting in order to avoid the classic problem of not attributing the true source of facts in much the same fashion of doing a research paper and providing footnotes of your sources. It depends on the type of journalism too. It is possible to provide a portfolio of your own articles or news reports and learn on the job as well.

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Restaurant workers make their vital earn money from tips. The restaurant pays hourly lower than minimum wage, and as restaurant workers, we know that gratuity is guaranteed money for us.

It is hard to deny that waiting for six people and more parties required a lot of work while occupying a big part of your section. When you are a server, it is good to know relief us that your hard work gets paid.

Other issues with automatic gratuity are double tipping. I worked in a couple of restaurants where you must let customers know that gratuity had already been added to the check. Restaurants may receive a call from customers about double tipping.

I was waiting for a table with ten people business group. I circled the automatic gratuity in the check, but I didn’t have a chance to let them know verbally. As a result, I got double tipped from that table. A couple of people from the group were still sitting at the bar. I approached them and explained the situation. I told them if they want, they scratch the tips because I had already got my money from automatic gratuity. A guy told me that keep the tip, but I bought them a premium drink for which I kept the %60 tip.

Nowadays, I work in a restaurant where we don’t allow to add a gratuity for a party of 6 people. I rarely see people not tip their server, but this is the restaurant policy.

What is your experience with a gratuity as a server or customer? Please, share your experience with us.

I invite everybody who has interest and experience with hospitality to our group “Restaurant & Hospitality Superstars” Please, join our group and share your experience with us.

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As a career server in the hospitality industry, I feel obligated to answer on this one. A party of six and sometimes 8 or more usually have a standard 18% gratuity added to their check. This is everywhere you go from coast to coast. This gratuity is for the server or servers that took care of the table. This practice came to be as a way of making certain that the servers would be taken care of in the end. There is a ton of work that goes into a party of six or more and a big table can make you or break you ! Many times I have opted to leave the added gratuity off the check believing I would receive at least 20 % or more. I'm rarely wrong on this one. I feel adding a gratuity to a table of " proper " individuals is an insult. I'm not in the business of insulting my guests. But that's just me. The added gratuity is most certainly appropriate, but there is plenty of wiggle room here to make sure everyone is happy. If a server has another server working the table together, they will agree as a team. If a server is unsure of what to do him/herself, simply approach the table and ask what they would prefer or get the head of the table at sidebar and ask. Easy peezy. And if you're dining out and don't want it added on, tell your server to leave it off cause you wanna leave more. If you tell your server you don't want to pay the gratuity for your party that just took up his/her entire section and ran his/her ass off for two hours I hope he kicks your punk ass in your pussy.

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I’ve been searching for a job online and I just can’t find a legit one that pays actual money. Even if not a lot of money just a job to build my profile #jobsearch #application #workfromhome

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I've been searching for online and stay at home positions as well. I recommend looking on reddit first,search stay at home jobs or online jobs. Those subreddits mention a lot of legit positions and give you tips and tricks about how to get hired, what the job is like, and insider info on the company

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I have a principal to robbery charge that has prevented me to get every job I've applied for. Since my prison bid I have worked a full time job, bought a car, maintained a license for a consecutive 3 years !!! The charge was in 2017. I'm not on parole or probation. Applebee's turned me down. Effin APPLEBEES ?!!! What do I do? Flip burgers? 2 jobs paycheck to paycheck? # #jobsearch #felony #backgroundcheck #advice #careeradvice

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Move to Missouri, I'm in Springfield and I've worked a good job since I got back from Arkansas a Year ago. Lots of felon friendly jobs here starting pay averages 15 to 20+hourly

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I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving! We're so close toward the end of 2022. What's on your work wishlist for a holiday miracle?

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  • 👏 I wish to land a dream job ASAP
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You can search and apply for jobs through the link. Good luck. https://www.jobcase.com/jobs/results

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You should do research about the job and the position and ask questions regarding the position. Things like, “what are you looking for from this position” what is the company culture like? Also express how you would love to grow with the company.

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