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Lindsey Reimer
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Jason Santos
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It's always good to be with the company that's a union you have more protection rights that way

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Michelle Peitz
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It depends on the level. I just received an offer letter from them. Applied, did the assessment, and was offered the job. No interview. 15 dollars an hour, so I turned it down

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Lisa Perez-Bonilla
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Has anyone ever been contacted by, interviewed with or was offered a job with either of these companies and said they had seen your resume on CareerBuilder (in my case is true, my resume is on CareerBuilder. They appear to a legitimate company or at least appear legit with a google search. I am not so sure that recruiter / manager are from this company. They have not asked me for money, or filled out any tax or direct deposit information. The positions that were available was for data entry, Administrative Assistant etc...

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Carolyn James
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That's what they do they ask about your banking info after there fake interview. No personal phone call, just over a messaging app. Do not provide any info without an offer letter in writing.

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Kevin Myles
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I would be willing to bet they don’t have time to do that. Usually for retail and fast food they’re looking at criminal history and if you’re on the sex offender registry. And the sex offender one is a stretch

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Sharon S.
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In a "Right to work" state, anyone can be terminated for anything. I'm in AZ. One of those states. But luckily they aren't pressing charges. You have a Spanish name. Could it be racism? You could file a complaint . Also file with that state for employees rights. They don't want to pay for unemployment insurance so they made something up. Happens here alot. File your complaints don't give up. It could be that they won't just do it next time on another innocent minority. They think we're not gonna do or say anything. Push back. And pray. Your enemies will not prevail in the name of Jesus. Promises of God are yes. And Amen.

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Divine Spirit Leo

If you order online from Amazon or any supplier, that qualified you. Maintaining inventory via shipping and receiving. Just like your household but in a larger scale.

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My boyfriend is the associate director at a small gallery owned by a rich person. He started not too long ago and is curating a show with a large group of artists, but he hasn’t talked to his boss (the owner) about budget for the show yet(install, shipping), because she is not there at the gallery very much. When I asked my boyfriend what if she doesn’t want to commit to the cost of the show? He just said “I don’t mind if I have to pay a few hundred dollars out of my own pocket.” Which I think is absolutely a principle that no employees should pay for directly work related costs out of their own pockets. So we got into a big fight. His argument is: if this show goes well it will be good for his career.

He is full time, salary based, no commissions.

Am I wrong in this argument?

#advice #management

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Steven Ransom
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that's not your BF's responsibility. that the business owners. Or if your BF is in partnership.

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Juan Johnson
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Pay attention to the intrusions and order of your supervisor

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Ashley Lowe
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I applied to a job through indeed, which took me to their website. I completed the first part of the application, which sent my contact information to them. I received an email shortly afterwards saying to complete my profile, but the link was broken. I decided I would revisit it in a few days when I had a chance to go a deeper dive on my PC (rather than my phone). In the meantime, they called me about the job and got me through the preliminary process. I mentioned that the link was expired but she told me not to worry and that they had my contact info. Well I was on my PC and decided to try to figure out how to get into my profile, and I was successful. I figured, since I'm here I might as well fill out the rest of the missing information in case they do communication through this portal. The moment I completed everything it said that it sent the application!! By finishing the information it formally submitted the application a second time. I am MORTIFIED! Any advice on how to smoothly recover from this and explain to them that I am not dumb, I just wanted to be thorough? #advice #application #followup

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Michael FrashCommunity Specialist
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If you get a call back and it comes up, simply let them know you didn't get confirmation the first time, so you resent it just to be sure.

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