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Unemployment

Ive been with connect for many’s years never had this problem with unemployment at all on March 25 was my last day of work do to covid 19 on the 29 I reapply and haven’t heard anything yet about my claim on May 29 I was told I had a leave of absent on the claim and the person I spoke to said we need to do a form of loa ok and things should be fine and he said keep claiming your weeks and soon you’ll here from them I’ve been trying to call the 1800 And the 833 and they say hit #5 it connect me to the same people that can’t help me I’ve been claiming since March and all my weeks have been disqualified up til June so far not a dime in my pocket and bills keep coming have s family and I’m lost to this situation please someone help me . Oh just in case I filled out a paper application and I also did the deo app to I did it all and still nothing

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Cristina Maldonado
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Same happened to me / leave messages to all number and nobody return any calls,they might don't have enough personnel of they tired or working 24/7 (Houston,texas)

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Kyla Buhlig
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Does anyone know how to send my information for Illinois unemployment; I had unemployment before COVID-19. I going in circles and the email address they gave me —will not send. Thx

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Edward "The Howitzer" Alexander
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5 - DON'Ts TO CHANGE YOUR LIFE! (IBYC)

I'm telling you the truth... #Inspiration for Life

Each day you will either "walk by faith" or "crawl by sight." One will lift you higher, while the other will bend you down.

5 - DONT'S YOU SHOULD AVOID

STEP #1. Don't let your feet touch the floor In the morning until you say: Thank You! STEP #2. Don't accept the mood swings, develop your mood change when the chips are down. STEP #3. Don't take anything for granted, act like the little things matter. Because they do. STEP #4. Don't look in the rearview mirror of life, rather, look through the windshield of faith. STEP #5. Don't worry about what you didn't do yesterday, start doing great things today.

When you change, everything around you must change.

I Believe You Can...!

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Ana Hicks-Mckenzie
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Very good advice, thanks. This cannot be done with our own strength. For every don't listed, we need to ask God to give us the confidence. Discipline and strength to be successful .

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Edward "The Howitzer" Alexander
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Ana... This is so true. No matter how many other people we've asked in life and perhaps they tried their best. You don't lose anything by asking God for "cutting edge advice."

What's your thoughts?

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HOW TO ACHIEVE YOUR GOALS? (Always have an agenda on-hand.) [IBYC]

PRESENTED BY SPECIAL REQUEST!

Often, we can encounter difficulties in managing our day-to-day operations. How can we become more organized in achieving our goals?

7 -TIPS TO ASSIST ACHIEVING YOUR GOALS:

#1. Have an Agenda. #2. List your important notes. #3. Include names, dates and activities. #4. Make a list of POCs, addresses or emails. #5. Stay organized and avoid cluttering things. #6. Demonstrate commitment to achieving your goals. #7. Make necessary changes and maintain balanced records.

I Believe You Can...!

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Ashley Wilson
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Always make sure to go get those goals!!!

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More and more employers are looking for the whole person in an interview situation. Nicolle Lamb of Lane Marketing shares advice on how to be “all you” at the job interview in the edition of Career Tips in Five: It’s All You!

Tip #1 Be Genuine – Everyone can see and sense when you are overcompensating and you think you need to bring some other energy to the table. Just bring yourself. Be genuine.

Tip #2 Share Appropriately – This is a tough balance. You have share enough so the employer can see who you are, but not overshare to give us red flags.

Tip #3 Show Confidence – How you come into the room, who you are and how you shake a hand. If you don’t have confidence in yourself then why should I?

Tip #4 Prepare for the commonly asked questions – do your homework. Answering those easy questions. What are your strengths and weaknesses? What are you really good at?

Tip #5 Body language is key – Wearing things that build confidence, sitting up in your chair, and how you present yourself.

For More Career Advice Watch Episodes of Career & Networking Center at NCTV17.com.

#motivation #interview

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CHANGING GEARS IN LIFE: (Things that make better sense.) [IBYC]

Sometimes in order for us to reach our destinations in life, we have to...

7 - TIPS TO MOVE YOU FORWARD:

#1. Place our vehicle in park. #2. Sit back and relax. #3. Think about what we really want to do life. #4. Map out a course of how to reach there. #5. Does the means justify the ends. #6. Embrace our new changes in life. #7. Put our vehicle in Drive and welcome life changes.

Have confidence in yourself. It's all in learning the principles.

I Believe You Can...!

Target Audience: 3,000

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Ashley Wilson
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I love number 7 Edward Alexander ! I think we certainly need to put the "car" in drive and get going! No time like the present : )

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7 - TIPS SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE FOLLOW:

DON’T EAT THAT DONUT, UNTIL YOU READ THIS NOTE!

#1. They take basic notes. #2. They follow their agenda. #3. They monitor their time well. #4. They avoid unnecessary distractions. #5. They maintain a practical listing of events. #6. They streamline their calls and text messages. #7. They operate with solid best business practices.

These TIPS can add tremendous value to your offsite workplace or home-based business.

I Believe You Can...!

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Matt Bornhorst
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This is great Edward Alexander - I think that the third tip is the best one - time management is such a huge part of being a productive and successful person. Do you agree?

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Donna Gerard Vandeveld
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Edward I was thinking along the same lines today, so it was great to get a reminder breakdown. I was thinking about what needed to be done, and immediately wrote a quick note, because I also found out that when I didn't the idea was gone. Poof! I still can't remember what it was. Or did I? See? Then I followed up on the notes without even looking at them. By writing them down, it reminded me of what was still left to do before I added anything else. Each of these tips are mindful placement of our talents. Thank you for this awesome statement of solid business commitment. Blessings, Donna

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Tips and Suggestions from Home Depot

From The Home Depot career website:

https://corporate.homedepot.com/newsroom/top-five-tips-nail-your-store-interview

#5: We have more than 2,000 stores across the U.S. and thousands of open roles as of February 2020. If you don’t hear back from one interview, submit a new application at careers.homedepot.com to apply for a different store or role.

To discover open roles available in your area, visit careers.homedepot.com.

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Lenin Pina
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Good Stuff Joel Keene , thanks for sharing this helpful application tip.

"I really loved the customers and I loved the business of the store, fast paced environment, really one of my favorite jobs." - Brandy Hamilton

The Home Depot hasn't announced any in-store hiring events as of yet but interested applicants also have an option to walk into their local store and use the application kiosk to submit their job application.

Job seekers are also welcome to connect with other Home Depot employees like Brandy via the Home Depot Network. Thanks again Joel Keene

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Charles Barker
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Home Depot hiring so many people why haven't they hired me yet

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Edward "The Howitzer" Alexander
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ARE YOU SETTING YOUR FOUNDATON? (5 - Steps To Make Things Stick) [IBYC]

Millions of people fall-short over the minor things which prevents them from reaching the major things in life. (This is related to the job market.)

You have to set your foundation when you really want a job in this competitive job market. Here are five TIPS you can consider in setting a proper foundation:

5 - TIPS TO IMPROVE YOUR EFFORTS: #1. Do you have a competitive resume? #2. Have you consulted an industry expert? #3. Are you doing your due diligence? #4. Have you evaluated your feedback? #5. Are you operating with a broad or narrow scope?

Let me know where you stand. because "setting your foundation" can be evaluated by what you're putting in place (as in the illustration below.)

Follow-me, let's change your results.

I Believe You Can...!

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Jennifer Silver
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Thanks for sharing

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My advice to people interested in working at #SNLTrucking as a #TruckDriver ...

#1 slip seating #2 older model trucks #3 Third shift #4 call ins on days off #5 working on Holidays #6 split days off/never two in a row #7 delays on maintenance #8 may have to drive hostler #9 average $1k week gross #10 weekly pay check #11 frequent change of duties #12 frequent drop and hook #13 57’ trailers

If you have double/triple end. You will pull doubles.

#14 average 50 hours a week

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Edward "The Howitzer" Alexander
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THIS IS YOUR LIFE...! (Take Charge of How You Live.) [IBYC]

READ THIS WITHOUT HESITATION...This can change your life!!!

SUBMITTED BY SPECIAL REQUEST!

SIX (6) MAJOR DON'Ts FOR 2019:

Don't do it...Don't do it...Don't do it.

#1. DON'T...allow others to use YOU without significant meaning! #2. DON'T...allow others to waste your precious time in life! #3. DON'T...allow others to drag your self-esteem through the mud! #4. DON'T...allow others to dampen your spirit of enthusiasm! #5. DON'T...allow others to cheapen your self-worth!. #6. DON'T...allow others to steal your joy from your heart!

The best life to live, is the one you're living NOW!

Live a Purposeful Life...then, you'll have less regrets when tomorrow comes.

I Believe You Can...!

Target Audience: 3,000

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Susana Andrade
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Thank you so much! :)

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