I am curious about what people find to be the most stressful aspect of their jobs. It could be the work (or workload), hours, coworkers, managers, unfair practices, etc. I totally realize that this will likely be very different depending on the type of work you do.
I will share the one thing that makes me absolutely crazy.
So, I am a freelance technical writer and Certified Professional Resume Writer, who works from home. I do not, nor ever have solicited clients. Every client I've had was either a referral or came to me with the need for a resume, etc.
When I get an inquiry I ask the individual to send me a copy of his or her current resume. I do an in-depth critique, at no cost, and will give a quote. The critiques often take me an hour or more to write and I provide a lot of good information.
I email it and if I don't hear anything I will send a follow up the next day, primarily to make sure they got the info, etc.
The thing that pisses me off to no end is when someone comes to ME with a request, I take my time and reply with a lot of information, and despite anything, I never hear back from them. I do not like being ignored! It's rude. I've taken time to help and answer questions and I don't get the respect of so much as a no thank you if that is the case.
This isn't unique to just after I send the critique. It happens at any and all stages. I've had people wanting to move forward with the process, and they ask me how to pay. (They already are well aware of the price and find with it.) I issue an invoice and never hear from them again. I'm a fool fearing they got into some terrible accident and might be dead when they obviously got a better offer. Just be honest. If someone goes out of their way to help you, answer your questions about something YOU came to them about, have the decency to reply. That is all I ask. It is beyond frustrating when I've done critiques for 5 or 6 people and don't know what is going on. It puts me in a really bad situation because I don't want to suddenly get bombarded with too many clients at one time. That is my worst frustration. #stressful #advice #jobsearch #resume
Please kindly advice and suggest me for good time and how I can success for interview and get work from CRH Americas Material .So many thank you all of you.
I've had a lot of people send me personal messages, with the desire to connect. I am absolutely fine with this, but PLEASE do me a favor. Don't send me a message that just says "Hello." This is meaningless and since I am notified by email and through my phone anytime there is a message for me, it makes me stop doing whatever, check the website, only to find someone saying "Hello." If you want to connect with me tell me something about yourself, etc. I am not going to respond to "Hellos." Also, please do not address me as "Dear," "Honey," "Sweetheart," etc., or tell me I have a pretty smile. This site is NOT for that type of interaction. Don't ask me if I'm married. In fact, I have a very thorough profile, which explains who I am, WHERE I am, etc. so you might want to take a peek.
I am sorry if I appear less than happy or ungrateful, but the stress I've been under caused me a medical emergency on Thursday, 9/29, that had me wind up in the ER (by ambulance) and admitted for 2 1/2 days!!!
I'm looking for a Remote Position in Customer Service/Data Entry! Preferably a Part-time position. I have worked remote Healthcare customer service and have extensive retail customer service experience. I also worked at the happiest place on Earth.... Disney! I made the Magic happen and enjoyed every second! Let me know what opportunities are out there? Thanks! #workfromhome #healthcare #jobsearch
I got fired because I had a Panic attack and couldn’t stop crying and out of control so I went to hospital and the supervisor texted me that I don’t have to go to work anymore because my resignation was accepted