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

All of this is true and should be done by everyone. Like the man said all in this together

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Hello fellow Jobcasers! A few months ago I was contacted to participate in a feature article about Jobcase for Forbes magazine! It was an honor being able to represent for Jobcase, and talk about my personal challenges, struggles, and how Jobcase helped me make a better life for myself. My wish is that everyone here will have a positive experience while you navigate the job market. This is a powerful community, so be sure to make the most of it... see more

Thanks Sasha for encouraging us

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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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This is WHY you are NOT invited for any job interview!

You respond to job ads all day long but NEVER hear a word back!

Almost every day I hear from clients:
Roland, I constantly apply for jobs, but nothing! What's wrong with me?

Nothing WRONG with you!
When you understand the rules of the job search game, you will be a better player.

These are the main reasons why YOU are not getting invitations
for #jobinterviews:

  1. Your CV doesn't tailor... see more

❛We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm and adventure. There is no end to the adventures that... see more

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I went through all the positions applied for and I was mistaken, I've applied for 303 positions now with 2 phone interviews. Not a single one has asked for a one on one interview.

Lost and confused. Any help is greatly appreciated.

You may want to look into a scribe and an interview coach. A professional updated resume and proper cover letters... see more

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Why Aren't You: Employee of the Month?

Many employers recognize outstanding contributions that are made by its top employee with the designation Employee of the Month.

So, how do you become the employee that your organization fights to keep? Here are twelve behaviors to make yourself more valuable at work.

1. Make sure you are proud of your work.

If you aren’t proud of your work, then you didn’t put 100% of your effort into it. Do not just... see more


Very motivational post!
This is part of employee benefits which is not presented in the form of cash as is usual... see more

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Improve Your Reputation, Improve Your Life

In your work as in life, your reputation is your personal currency. But what is reputation and why is it important?
Your actions + what others say about you = your reputation. This simple formula, may be the most powerful leverage you have in your professional and personal life.

Whether it’s a vendor cutting you a great deal, a hiring manager considering offering you a position, or someone with... see more


Don't give a damn about my bad reputation!!! LoL

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Hi Carl,

Welcome to Jobcase!

How can we help?

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Looking for a new job Ravindra Maskare ? Please let us know how we can help.

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When you are exploring the opportunity to become a member of an employment team, always consider how the company will fit in your lifestyle. Often time we think the interview is all about being interviewed, but it is also a perfect opportunity for you to interview them. The problem is most of the time we are not in the pursuit of a lasting relationship with our employers so we neglect to develop a wish list of our own. Although the internet maybe... see more

Ayana - Excellent observation.

It's not a bad idea, a day or so prior to the interview, to make a list of... see more

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JB Blank This was great information. Although this may sound like simple ideas that should be common knowledge, it... see more

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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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