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The best part about working at #ZeroPointMortgageServices was

The available support and response of the business owner and team staff members. The origination software and broker support as well.

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My advice to people interested in working at #FossNorthAmericaInc. as a #CreditManager ...

Go in with an open mind. The company is driven by some very accomplished & goal oriented employees. I have a lot of piers that I have remained in contact with and enjoy their friendship.

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MaríaDelCarmen Domínguez-Garrandes
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Drama at #AmeriFirstSavings&LoanAssn

I was blessed to never have that experience.

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MaríaDelCarmen Domínguez-Garrandes
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What I loved working at #AmeriFirstSavings&LoanAssn

The Professionalism, respect, empathy and consideration towards customers AND employees delivering upmost service to customers and benefits to employees.

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A great entity.

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The biggest mistake I made as a #Salesrep at #MLDmortgage ...

Going into the office. Horrific place to work.

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Fed up

So after being unemployed for 2 months and reaching out to numerous recruiters, blasting out applications to everyone, and creating tailored resumes for every job I've applied to only to hear a no, I've decide that enough is enough and I'm going to have to blaze my own path. I was looking for a job in finance just to get something but wanted to transition into technology. Since there is no one that to provide any useable advice or wants you to pay them to be a mentor/career advice giver, I've given up going those normal routes. I'm going to continue to search for a job on my own, but I'm not going to depend on anyone helping me. While I'm doing that, I'm in the process of starting to learn what tech companies/start ups are looking for, starting with learning python. It will not be an easy road, but it beats sitting at home and miserable and not doing anything about the problem. You cannot depend on any of these job sites to really help you (not even LinkedIn) unless you want to pay loads of money for nothing. The other thing I see is a lot of these so called recruiters taking advantage of people in desperate situations during this time and either taking their money or offering jobs that will end up leaving them stuck or skillless. I see the value of having a head hunter, but in a pandemic, that seems like waste.

All this to say that I am blazing my own path. I have the intelligence and drive to learn what I need to learn and figure out what I need to learn. If anyone would like to help or provide any useful advice, I'm open to it. I'll even share my resume as I do still need to make a living. But for now, I've given up following the traditional "listicle" advice that's on every job site or search result on Google. It is time I do something about my situation even during a pandemic/race war. As an African American male, I have never been given any opportunity, despite having a bachelors degree in economics and on the path to finishing a master. I have had to fight for every opportunity when I was employed in finance. So why should I expect it to stop now? #unemployed #jobsearch #motivation #coronavirus #mentor #networking #finance #technology #workfromhome #unemployment

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Marie Jones
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Go get em my brother may GOD be with you!!!!

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Financial Services Trainee Opportunities!

TD Ameritrade is hiring Financial Services Representative Trainees in Omaha, NE and St. Louis, MO.

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What I loved working at #FossNorthAmericaInc.

A very driven energetic group of people. Management had set goals which were created by the entire team of employees. Employees set goals for themselves and departments. Company worked together as a team, a pleasure to work at Foss. #motivation

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Justin Henry
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Mark Bryan
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Good morning, Debbie! Thanks for letting us know. I've always loved working in environments where there is a "team-first" mentality!

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MaríaDelCarmen Domínguez-Garrandes
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My advice to people interested in working at #AmeriFirstSavings&LoanAssn as a #Savings&LoanOfficer ...

The best entity to learn, to happily work in an ambiance of professionalism and be promoted to better paying position and to enhance learning experiences.

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Trying to keep my patience with JERK callers...

I work at a call center for a major credit card company. We’re offering financial relief solutions for individuals that were affected by Coronavirus

I had a convo with a woman yesterday who was demanding that ALL of her credit card debt get forgiven because she had been laid off from her job. Long story short, she was screaming at me saying “I don’t care that she has kids and is going to be living under a bridge if she has to keep paying her debt.”

I wish we had guidelines in place for representatives if there’s a customer being a jerk! Maybe a way to flag them in the system...

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Braylon Randall
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That must be super hard. Can you report this kind of stuff to a supervisor?

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Deanna Briggs
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Here's an idea: Talk to your supervisor about this situation. And then also perhaps see if you can draft some guidelines that you/all your colleagues could use, when this situation arises in the future. Agreed, you should definitely have some protocols in place for addressing this type of situation.

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