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Nakamya Irene
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Candace Fry
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By doing job searches and filling out applications

By doing job searches and filling out applications

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Have you tried looking for work with book publishing companies? Look for companies that allow virtual work or freelance work.

Have you tried looking for work with book publishing companies? Look for companies that allow virtual work or freelance work.

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Nur Yunlu
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These are the job opening in your area. Good luck.

https://www.jobcase.com/jobs/results?q=&l=SPANISH+FORT%2C+AL

These are the job opening in your area. Good luck.

https://www.jobcase.com/jobs/results?q=&l=SPANISH+FORT%2C+AL

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kathryn carrow
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So my daughter is 19 years old and started working at Chick-fil-A. She quickly realized this company treated her very poorly and with this being one of her first jobs she didn’t know her rights as an employee. This company takes advantage of that situation. If she calls in sick from work she loses points if she takes a break and maybe stays out a couple of minutes too long she loses points. If you call in sick three times you’re fired! And they don’t care if you have a doctors note! She started working there very happy and joyful she was really good with customers and she has a great work ethic she’s currently in college and trying to work to. I don’t feel that a 19-year-old girl should be coming home crying because of the way she’s being treated at her job and this isn’t the only Chick-fil-A that treats their employees this way. After seeing what my daughter was going through I visited a different Chick-fil-A in the drive-through I asked the employees two of them how they felt about this job and they both voiced how miserable that company is

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So they expected her not to take breaks beyond the allotted time and not take too many sick days? Every employer has expectations. Know what they are and meet the expectations and you are not likely to have any issues. If she can't keep these basic expectations, the problem in not Chick-fil-A, it's her! Just because she had a bad experience and couple of other teenagers did not like working there, does not mean they are a bad employer. Maybe they just expect an honest days work for an honest day's pay? My experience is a lot of young people don't grasp this concept. BTW I travel on my job and have eaten at Chik-fil-A's all over the county. People working there seem to enjoy it.

So they expected her not to take breaks beyond the allotted time and not take too many sick days? Every employer has expectations. Know what they are and meet the expectations and you are not likely to have any issues. If she can't keep these basic expectations, the problem in not Chick-fil-A, it's her! Just because she had a bad experience and couple of other teenagers did not like working there, does not mean they are a bad employer. Maybe they just expect an honest days work for an honest day's pay? My experience is a lot of young people don't grasp this concept. BTW I travel on my job and have eaten at Chik-fil-A's all over the county. People working there seem to enjoy it.

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sy jones
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i sure would treat him/her like anybody else by either giving him/her a finger or cussing him/her out. giving him/her a good stare. after all we are not at work .

i sure would treat him/her like anybody else by either giving him/her a finger or cussing him/her out. giving him/her a good stare. after all we are not at work .

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Pio Garcia
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Deanna Ortiz
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It will teach you problem-solving, and attention to detail.. all of which look great on a resume.

It will teach you problem-solving, and attention to detail.. all of which look great on a resume.

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Hilda Alas de Vasquez
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I have 30 years of experience on sales, customer service, corporate accounts

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Amber SantosCommunity Specialist
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Hi @Hilda Alas de Vasquez, I understand that you are interested in work-from-home opportunities, therefore, I’d recommend you to check out our work from home resource center where you can find over 50 remote job types and legitimate employers! I hope the information I've provided will make your job search easier! I wish you well in your job search!

Hi @Hilda Alas de Vasquez, I understand that you are interested in work-from-home opportunities, therefore, I’d recommend you to check out our work from home resource center where you can find over 50 remote job types and legitimate employers! I hope the information I've provided will make your job search easier! I wish you well in your job search!

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Yes, you can! You need to study, be certified, and be licensed. Tips: How to Become a Caregiver in the USA - The Pinoy OFW

Yes, you can! You need to study, be certified, and be licensed. Tips: How to Become a Caregiver in the USA - The Pinoy OFW

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Keri Rule
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Can the #chijobfair22 be attended virtually? I'm in Tennessee and willing to relocate, but it would be very difficult for me to be in Chicago on the date of the job fair but I am able to relocate in August 2022. #chijobfair22 #jobsearch

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Great question! The hiring fair is in-person, however, I would encourage you to still register so you can get Chicago-based hiring updates. Also, you can follow the hiring fair hub for employer updates and more info. One final recommendation is to update your profile so employers can get to know you in the community.

Great question! The hiring fair is in-person, however, I would encourage you to still register so you can get Chicago-based hiring updates. Also, you can follow the hiring fair hub for employer updates and more info. One final recommendation is to update your profile so employers can get to know you in the community.

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Sharon E
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Candy what type of work did you do before?

Candy what type of work did you do before?

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