Vaccinations have protected people from polio (since 1955), measles (since 1963), and chickenpox (1995). What incentive would convince you to get the jab?
b) $100 tax break
d) A new car
e) A new house
f) Not going to do it
We are in a job-seeker market, meaning workers are in demand and have leverage. This is the time to find a job that works for you, and has perks to make your life better.
Which benefit perk would convince you to take the job?
a) Paid sick days and vacation time
b) Positive, inclusive culture
c) Free lunch and snacks
d) No cost education and learning resources
e) Childcare support
f) OTHER - comment below
I heard this podcast on NPR about a man in New Jersey named Louis who made an honest, yet HUGE mistake at work.
You see, Louis cleans people's homes for extra $$. A friend hired him for his services and left their key under the mat for him to enter the home. Angelino found the key alright, but it was the wrong address. 😂
The proper owner came home to discover that someone had broken into the house but at least they left it spotless! 🧼
Have you ever had an "oh no" moment on the job?? Share below!