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Greg Osgood
about 5 hours ago

Life after retail - what are the best options?

Hi everyone, thanks in advance for the advice...

I''m a seasoned retail and sales professional with 15 years experience. I am good at what I do, and though I do enjoy it immensely, I am ready for a change. 💪

I have a passion for outdoor living and almost all of my experience focuses around that. Any advice for what I should do next?? Open to all ideas!

#advice #retail #careerchange #whatsnext

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Jennifer Young
Community Specialist
33 minutes ago

Should you be allowed to have close work friends?

Some people say having friends/relationships with people at work is critical to your success and some people think you're sucking up. Should we have work friends?

I worked a shop where we'd go out and bike and bowl and stuff with our store manager. I didn't really like him, but thought I had to (because everyone else did.)

#workfriends #coworker #forcedtolikemyboss

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Robert Clark
1 day ago

Applied for a new job, boss found out and is mad. What should I do?

I'v been working for a small agency for a couple years, and it is such a toxic place to work. Most everyone is unhappy and out to make themselves look good.

I applied for 15-20 new jobs, have had a few interviews that went well, and used one of my colleagues as a reference. I thought I could trust her as we have a solid working relationship.

Today my boss angrily approached me and demanded to know "when I was going to tell her and I should have discussed it with her first. She was quite angry, made me feel tiny. I asked if she was firing me, and she said no.

Did I do something wrong? #jobsearch #badboss #badcompany

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Fernando Mercado

I’ll be completely honest, your boss and coworker are in the wrong here. You went about it the right way - I’d never tell my boss I was looking for a new job for that exact reason. It was wildly inappropriate for your coworker to tell your boss, and wildly unprofessional of your boss to corner you like that. I’m sorry you have to deal with this BS…fingers crossed you find something soon!

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Naima Hasan

Hand washing and a willingness to work!

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Lawrence White
Community Specialist
1 day ago

Hiring Now: Work From Home entry-level, get paid $27.50/hr - No Degree Required!

These employers are looking for customer-centric and career-minded applicants to take on these new full-time work from home jobs. Start earning big-bucks from the comfort of your own home TODAY!

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Tricia Hendrix
Community Specialist
1 day ago

100% Remote Entry-Level Healthcare Jobs Now Hiring!

Still looking for LEGIT remote jobs? Discover the highest-paying stay-at-home healthcare jobs you can land today with little to no experience. For best results, read the full post and follow the detailed application instructions in order to ensure immediate employment consideration.

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For face-to-face, in person resume and interview preparation assistance use the Department of Labor’s FREE career development website CareerOneStop to find your local career resource centers then call the office to book a free person to person career consultation with a professional Career Navigator. During this one hour session you will get all the information and resources needed to cultivate an optimized resume that will significantly improve your new job search results.

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Maria Nalbandian

I’m very helpful. and my customer service exelante

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Kamie Thomas

Working at Walmart is very difficult - especially for someone with any kind of brain. The people in charge don’t know what their doing, they work people to death, don’t pay well, treat you like crap, and customers are very rude.

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Janice Reed
Community Specialist
1 day ago

These Second-Chance friendly employers are ready to hire you!

People make mistakes, but past mistakes should not define a person's future. You've completed your requirements through the courts, so there is no reason for it to impact your career growth/stability.

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Dollar Tree / Family Dollar - Nationwide On-The-Spot Hiring Event (All Stores!), Wednesday, October 20, from 10a - 7p, (your local time). Full and part-time hiring opportunities include (Store Management, Cashiers, Stockers, Seasonal (opportunities available that can lead to permanent employment).

“Mistakes should not define your future! We have resources to help with your transition and job search, information about "felon friendly" employers, and access to conversations happening right here in the Jobcase community.” - Jobcase Second Chances Resource Center

Kohl’s - Kohl’s is committed to creating an environment where everyone feels a sense of equity, where diversity is valued at all levels, and where inclusion is evident across their business. Kohl’s Nationwide Hiring Event, Thursday, October 21 thru Saturday, October 23, from 11a - 7p. Kohl’s is hiring thousands of associates for their US stores, distribution/warehouse, and Sephora at Kohl’s teams.

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#SecondChances #hiringnews #jobsearch #fulltime #parttime #retail #foodservice #maintenance #administration #entrylevel #noexperience #NationWideUSA

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Tim Ruffino
about 22 hours ago

#WorkerShortage???? Don't believe the media pretending there are tons of jobs...it's a facade.

Applying for 50+ jobs without as much as a email response? I have an associate's degree in business administration and a bachelor's s degree too, and have had retail marketing job for 10 years lost during the height of COVID. Why are the media outlets pushing this false narrative that there's so many jobs you can start working tomorrow or even today? It's simply not true I've been trying for a long time now, and It's horrible being told over and over when the reality is no one is hiring and the applications ask way too much out of people we should be asking more out of employers not the other way around. #wordsofadvice

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