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Reena Bhansari
about 18 hours ago
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I guess the trade-of for working at home vs onsite is you are saving money and time on commute, having to buy professional clothes, etc. In return you use your own computer, pay for your internet, use your own phone plan for work. With the rise of work at home, do you think employers will start compensating at least a little for all the services you pay for, internet, your phone, etc., to work for them. Do you think the workers can/should ask for for additional compensation.
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Yes

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I found this article for you. I hope it helps you.

https://bizfluent.com/info-8647783-types-machines-used-custodial-work.html

I found this article for you. I hope it helps you.

https://bizfluent.com/info-8647783-types-machines-used-custodial-work.html

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Roosevelt Rivers
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Nur Yunlu
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Hey Roosevelt, I found this link about workers reviewing the company. Hopefully, it helps you. https://www.indeed.com/cmp/Houston-Independent-School-District/reviews?ftopic=culture

Hey Roosevelt, I found this link about workers reviewing the company. Hopefully, it helps you. https://www.indeed.com/cmp/Houston-Independent-School-District/reviews?ftopic=culture

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Nur Yunlu

I came across this link. I'm not sure if it is helpful for your question. Check it out.

https://www.zippia.com/job-search/foreign-worker-jobs/top-companies/

I came across this link. I'm not sure if it is helpful for your question. Check it out.

https://www.zippia.com/job-search/foreign-worker-jobs/top-companies/

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Phoebe Montrie
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There is an old saying that goes “The same $20 bill just floats around the city from bartender to bartender, one to the other every night.” Meaning that someone who makes tips, is likely to use that cash to tip someone else later on, to continue the cycle . 😆 💸 💵 💸 💞

It’s pretty common for people who work in the service industry to tip sky high amounts when they go out to patronize other establishments, and visit their friends where they work! They are usually happy to be on the other side of the bar and off the clock, and know how hard other folks are working to provide top notch service! It’s nice to be rewarded for a job well done, and the best bartenders are seamless and masterful at what they do! 💕 🍸 🍹 🍾 💕

I know not everyone can afford, or has the desire, to tip as much as 30-40% when they are paying, like some bartenders I know. These days especially, purse strings are tighter than ever. I was really impressed with how supportive a lot of people were at the beginning of the pandemic, of their waitstaff and local dining scene. But how much are you usually tipping now ??

Twenty percent is the number most often thrown around when it comes to tipping for dining in. I know there are some folks out there who feel like 15% is more than enough, and others who feel that the tip should be entirely dependent on their own evaluation of the service and restaurant itself. Often people working for tips are paid much, much less than minimum wage as their hourly base, and are extremely dependent on the amount clients choose to leave. So how do you break down the math of rewarding service?

How Much Do You Tip When You Go Out?? 🍽 💸

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Is it the same 20% for a $10 burger as a $200 steak? Same effort to deliver either one...

Is it the same 20% for a $10 burger as a $200 steak? Same effort to deliver either one...

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Reena Bhansari

Here is a good article on data engineer: indeed.com/career-advice/resumes-cover-letters/data-engineer-skills

Here is a good article on data engineer: indeed.com/career-advice/resumes-cover-letters/data-engineer-skills

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My mother did it for 18 years. Started with no experience, just qualify for required license.

My mother did it for 18 years. Started with no experience, just qualify for required license.

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I found this link for you. I hope it answers your question. https://www.goodhire.com/blog/what-shows-up-on-a-background-check/

I found this link for you. I hope it answers your question. https://www.goodhire.com/blog/what-shows-up-on-a-background-check/

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Reena Bhansari
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Thanks to everyone who has been sharing their experiences about all the job scams they have experienced. I thought I heard of them all but not the case..... What can you do if you do get scammed. What if you gave them your banking info, even social. Is there anything you can do to protect yourself? I would think do a credit freeze. But what else..... #scams #workfromhome #jobsearch

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The big red flag should be when they tell you they want to an on the spot text/chat interview. No legit company, even for a remote position, does their interviews this way. I currently have a work from home job, and have applied for many, and all of the ones that are legit put you through assessments and screenings and then some kind of live or recorded video interview. If someone just wants to text you and then says YOU'RE HIRED! Now who do you bank with, just delete them from your phone.

But be careful with reporting companies to the BBB. These are NEVER the real company and I've seen a few get really torn apart online on Google and Yelp from people thinking the legit company tried to scam them. Just call your bank if you gave banking or credit card info. If they send you a check, which some of them say they will do so you can purchase equipment and to prove they can "trust" you, DO NOT CASH IT!

Always be sure to verify with companies to be sure they are hiring for the positions you're being pitched. Contact them through phone or their website and see if it's legit. It likely isn't but on a rare occasion it is. But when you see someone give you a huge list of available position ranging from Finance Manager to Customer Service and all of the pay the same $35 an hour, it's a scam.

The big red flag should be when they tell you they want to an on the spot text/chat interview. No legit company, even for a remote position, does their interviews this way. I currently have a work from home job, and have applied for many, and all of the ones that are legit put you through assessments and screenings and then some kind of live or recorded video interview. If someone just wants to text you and then says YOU'RE HIRED! Now who do you bank with, just delete them from your phone.

But be careful with reporting companies to the BBB. These are NEVER the real company and I've seen a few get really torn apart online on Google and Yelp from people thinking the legit company tried to scam them. Just call your bank if you gave banking or credit card info. If they send you a check, which some of them say they will do so you can purchase equipment and to prove they can "trust" you, DO NOT CASH IT!

Always be sure to verify with companies to be sure they are hiring for the positions you're being pitched. Contact them through phone or their website and see if it's legit. It likely isn't but on a rare occasion it is. But when you see someone give you a huge list of available position ranging from Finance Manager to Customer Service and all of the pay the same $35 an hour, it's a scam.

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I would check your local fast food restaurants, grocery stores and theaters. Some places you may have to be 16, it depends on your area and the business. You can also try dog walking, babysitting and lawn mowing in your neighborhood . My kids created a flyer and gave it to our neighbors for services they might need. Good luck!

I would check your local fast food restaurants, grocery stores and theaters. Some places you may have to be 16, it depends on your area and the business. You can also try dog walking, babysitting and lawn mowing in your neighborhood . My kids created a flyer and gave it to our neighbors for services they might need. Good luck!

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