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Nur Yunlu
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I came across a survey on Instagram about getting rid of tips and bringing the salary survey for the people who work in hospitality. πŸ’ΈπŸ§‘β€πŸ³πŸ·πŸ½οΈπŸ”πŸ˜Œ

I have been working in a restaurant nowadays where they have a house tip pool system. Weekly tips are collected in the pool, and we get paid based on hourly wedges. πŸ§πŸ§‘β€πŸ³πŸ’ΈπŸ™πŸΌ

Most likely, we know how much we get as a salary in every paycheck. There are cons and pros to working on the house tip!

Pros;

  • if you have a slow section or work on a slow day is not an issue when you work on the house tip pools.
  • You can take off on the weekends.
  • Helping each other is the center of culture since tips are shared.

Cons;

  • you can't take home generous good tips.
  • Not everybody works hard
  • You have to help people if they are busy and you are not.

Do you think it is about the time paying servers with a salary instead of tips? Please, share your opinion with a comment.

#jobsearch #aboutmyjob #workfromhome #foodservices #retail #motivation #advice #watercooler #interview #resume #application #wordsofadvice

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Can we still tip a server if she or he did a great job and made the experience very enjoyable? Ford

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Nur Yunlu
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Why don’t you make your public views turn off and make them private? So nobody can see them unless the person is on your contact list? You can change it from the settings. Good luck.

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Third-party delivery services are a good option for consumers. If the restaurantwants you to order 4 miles away, no problem, those delivery services bring you. πŸ›΅πŸ§πŸ”πŸ—πŸ–

The biggest problem is third-party delivery drivers have no idea how a restaurant works! Some of them are very rude and demanding, and others are nice. πŸ§‘β€πŸ³πŸ’ΈπŸ·πŸ”πŸ½οΈ

A restaurant receives the order, and third-party drivers come to the restaurant to pick up the order after the order is submitted 5 minutes later. Guess what? If the food is not ready, they get angry and rude, which doesn't make sense! πŸ’ΈπŸ§πŸ§‘β€πŸ³πŸ™‡πŸ½

If you work in a restaurant, what is your experience with third-party delivery drivers? Let us know with a comment.

#jobsearch #aboutmyjob #workfromhome #foodservices #retail #motivation #advice #watercooler #interview #resume #application #wordsofadvice

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I think they are great services! Anything that helps brings business to restaurants & also gives money to other people is a win-win!

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Maggie Torres
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Check out the first part of this series on how to help you build your profile by creating a great intro!

Get recruiters and hiring managers excited about your experience and the outcomes you’ve generated!

Start with a list of all the details and responsibilities of your past experiences

  • List experience in chronological order, everything you have!
  • Make sure to add start and end dates for each job you list

For general resume purposes:

  • Choose simple fonts
  • Don’t use too many graphics or images
  • Make sure you have a clear label of headings including: summary, work experience, education, skills and contact details

Now that you have listed all your work experience in your profile, tomorrow we talk about how to add and highlight the details of your experience.

Stay tuned for Part 2 of Work Experience, tomorrow!

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L.Marie Ransleben
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If its remote, it can be anywhere.

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theresa allred

Relay Resources will give you paid training for various cleaning jobs including colleges, airport, hospital, etc.

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Rochelly Fajardo
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Where are you in the process of finding your next job? Let's motivate and encourage each other to keep moving forward!

  • πŸ’– Thinking about the next job, preparing my resume
  • πŸ’― Actively searching and applying to a few jobs each week
  • πŸ‘ I've gone to a few interviews so far, hoping to hear back soon

Share more about your job search journey in the comments! #watercooler #motivation #resume #interview

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Isolda mcliberty

Personas sinceras o que quieran trabajar y cumplir metas es lo que buscas

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I just came out of working a Quality Assurance Analyst job. Have been trying to get back into doing something similar the issue I'm coming across is in many cases there are persons that come back saying they are impressed with the software level I have gone and to the confidentiality level I have been yet I'm turned away. I'm doing everything correctly yet still not getting in back into this. What really raises my eyebrow is I've been involved with customer service for over 20 years. Can anyone who is involved with QA give me some insight, thank you. #jobsearch #interview #application #advice

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Nur Yunlu

@Sue Elvins unfortunately, I don't have any information or experience about Quality Assurance Analyst. If I were you, I would search on Google.

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Sara Jones
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Wayfair is hiring a remote bilingual customer service representative starting $15/hr

You will help business customers navigate a variety of post-order issues such as: shipping questions, damages, returns, replacements, assembly services and order notifications. No scripts. No canned responses. These are true human to human interactions where you can make a meaningful impact. Wayfair will invest in you with continuous development, career opportunities, and surround you with a team of great people.

What you’ll get:

Hourly Pay: $15.00+ (and tenure increases starting as early as 6 months) Quarterly Performance Bonuses (up to $2,000) Health, Vision and Dental Insurances (coverage starts on Day 1!) 401(k) with company match up to 4% Paid Time Off (start accruing time immediately)

APPLY ASAP: https://www.wayfair.com/careers/job/remote-customer-service-representative---spanish-bilingual/6424138002?gh_src=

FULL DISCLOSURE: We as Jobcase Community Specialists are only sharing the latest job openings. We are NOT the hiring managers or recruiters and we do NOT represent these companies so please apply and contact the employer directly. If the job has expired, you can follow us for other latest openings and more #hiringnews! #hiringnews #nationwideusa #workfromhome

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