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over 3 years ago
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Communications Professional

It's definitely hard to figure out what to do next. I landed two jobs in 2016, but they were horrible fits -- absolutely horrible. I don't want to experience this ever again.

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Aaron Nixon
about 3 years ago
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The biggest mistake I made as a #patrolofficer at #SugarhouseCasino ...

applying there

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Dannielle Dunagan
about 3 years ago
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A #stressful #NeighborsEmergencyCenter day

At new locations you are responsible for the grand opening. Vendors which have to be approved by corporate and in a small town you often only have the one vendor. They also require a contract which they run via legal which often takes weeks. Then getting a check cut from corporate for the vendors was a disaster. No one in Houston has the concept of small town. I was given three weeks to find tent rentals, chairs, food, clowns, radio entertainment, photographer, decorations, chamber for ribbon cutting, media, fire department trucks, etc with no budget amount, no idea on volume and then corporate that slow played every bit of the process. Finally on the day of the grande opening staff showed up at leisure and my boss over slept and showed up two hours late. No one knows what they are doing and no support.

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ana minaya
about 3 years ago
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What I loved working at #Dialacleaner

I love to clean

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Milagros Blanquera
about 3 years ago
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A #stressful #AnnTaylorInc.Chicago day

When short of man power and a very busy day

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Frank Oehm
about 3 years ago
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What I loved working at #RCGinc

The HR Director was there for you at every step. She was great!

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Willie Edwards
almost 4 years ago
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Validation?

Why does it seem like everyone needs, craves, desire & wants "Validation" from everyone outside of them selves?

Ummm! Aren't well ALL creative individual blessed with special talents/skills?

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Alice Neal
about 3 years ago
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My advice to people interested in working at #Parkwaymedicalcenter as a #CNA ...

Please be very careful of your surroundings and the people that you work with, because if you're not in a click with them and if they don't like you, they will get you fired real quick care about what you are there to do do your job and go home,give a Dam about your resident's

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Janet Fields
about 3 years ago
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My advice to people interested in working at #HawthorneGardensSeniorLiving as a #MedicationTechnician/Caregiver ...

Don't do it. So many better places​ in Portland to work. Management will treat you great for the first 90 days then it all goes down hill.

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Pretecka Haskins
about 3 years ago
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The hardest part of working as a #Cakedecorator at #Melanie'seatsandsweets

The hardest thing was dealing with unprofessional people they did not put dates on products things were often found Moded in the fridgerator or the display case there was no space to work because it was such a mess and disposable products that's supposed to be thrown in the garbage was often used over and over and over again Cakes were also made about five days in advance from the customers pick up date which set out on the rack instead of being put into a refrigerator so the cakes are not fresh when you pick it up it was a horrible experience

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