Saw this post on Facebook or somewhere and saved it because it's SO true and sharing it with this group.

1- Cover your ass. Take pictures, get it in writing, scale everything, get a dashcam and run it all the time.

2- NEVER trust a dispatcher.

3- Never enter any place you don't know how to get out of. Throw the brake, set the 4 ways and walk yourself in. always make sure you can get out.

4-. Don't screw over the next guy. Leave the truck... see more

Back in 1990 when I started, these written commandments were not necessary. Everybody treated everybody else with... see more

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When you’re out there in today’s market trying to find employment you’re oblivious to others looking right along side of you. It can be intense, frustrating and depressing. Especially when you have a family to care for and bills to pay.

I find stepping back, re-evaluating your skill set and making changes to your key words helps. I recently found an old resume from 14 years ago that showcased skills I hadn’t used in some time and I do plan on... see more

To tell you the truth when I get out there and truly look I walk into a trailer factory I talk to the bosses before... see more

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Good Organization Begins At Home

No matter who you are, we can all benefit from being more organized. If you practice good organizational skills, you will immediately see improvements in all areas of your life.

A good place to start organizing, is the space that you live in, whether that be your apartment or home. No doubt, being organized offers a slew of benefits. It gives you peace of mind, saves you money (you don't have to buy something... see more


That’s what I needed to hear. I often think I’m just too Particular, but I can’t function without some sense of... see more

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I'm telling you the truth...

-Folks, as the CEO of the company, each one of you is/are empowered to bring the best quality of candidates on-board. Therefore, you are my eyes, ears and mouth when you speak.

With that being said, here are the 14 characteristics that were looking for in the next candidate that walks through these doors: (With no exceptions.) A person who is a...

#1. Thinker.
#2. Communicator.
#3. Creative.
#4. Disciplined.
#5... see more


Thanks for sharing Edward Alexander !

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Personality Traits Employers Want To Hire

When you're job searching, professional success and industry experience are only part of what your hiring manager wants to see. More difficult to show, but many times more crucial for actually landing the job, are the personality traits that make you the right fit for the culture of the company.

Employers want to know that you are qualified for a position, but they also want to see that you will fit in... see more


I'll go ahead and add Problem Solver to the key list of traits. TY

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Nelson Franco

Hello Nelson Franco,

Your recommendation to add Problem Solver was such a great idea, I've decided... see more

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Juror #8: It's always difficult to keep personal prejudice out of a thing like this. And wherever you run into it, prejudice always obscures the truth. I don't really know what the truth is. I don't suppose anybody will ever really know. Nine of us now seem to feel that the defendant is innocent, but we're just gambling on probabilities - we may be wrong. We may be trying to let a guilty man go free, I don't know. Nobody really can. But we have a... see more

Classic movie! I'm glad it got you thinking!

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Hello fellow jobcasers I'm homeless & jobless trying to figure out my options things are actually pretty bad & I was hoping that maybe somebody amongest us might have some suggestions or know of something I'm not aware or should be doing to get on track with my life I've been homeless 1 month & out of work 2 years it's been 1 bad thing after another sort of like a domino affect ................... I would really appreciate any suggestions or... see more

I am looking to take care of children all ages , or elderly. I have 25 years experience. Also I have bartending... see more

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After 7 years, I only took one day off because I was sick and no vacation, I had to quit.
I was loyal. I worked on salary 6-7 days a week. 12-15 plus hour days.
It was becoming physically and emotionally exausting. I would ask for time off and get a response of it is what it is.
I've been 9 days out of work. Been looking and still looking. Nothing yet.

Keep on pushing bro

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I have been working for the last 3 years in property management. I am 60 years
old, and can't get a permanent position. I have worked for a temp agency, been
told I do fantastic work, but getting a full-time permanent position, I am never
offered. The other evidence is on-line when you apply for these jobs, they are
asking your birth date, and when you graduated from high school/college.
Why does this matter, if you are healthy and willing to... see more

They know young people are more willing to work for peanuts and are more easily manipulated.

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Hello, fellow jobcasers,
I have had the blessing of being asked to be the worship minister at my church (for pay! YAY!, but only PT) and I just was hired up for a PT position at the local elementary school as a music teacher - 1 day every other week. I have been a musician since high school and I love both positions and would prefer very much to keep them. However, I need something FT with benefits since I am coming up on 60 and my health is... see more

Just go for what you want and that will benefit you in long run

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Janette, how did you prepare for that breakthrough job?

Sometimes you have to wake-up in the morning with a MINDSET...(I'm Going To Kick-butt today.)


TIP #1. A supportive team of winners. (Rooting for me, telling me to...Go! Go! Go! Go! Go Janette!)
TIP #2. A Positive Attitude: (Today, things are going to be different. I’m bringing my best A-Game.)
TIP #3. Did I have my coffee? Or do I really need it... see more

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