Hello Walmart community! I used to work as a Senior Manager in Finance at the Walmart HQ in Bentonville. What questions do you have and how can I help?
Hello community, the more time I spend around the topic of ageism the more, frustrated, disheartened and even angered I get. My passion on Jobcase is sharing any discoveries, tips, and strategies I use personally or come across so we can all take individual action toward personal success, however, I can't help but think we have to do something more.
Here is what I know: I know for sure the Jobcase staff is fully aware of this issue and actively... see more
I am so happy to announce I have accepted a full time permanent position with Automotive Credit Corporation's legal dept Michael Andrews & Associates as a Bankruptcy Specialist. I have been there since mid October on a temp to perm assignment. This is an awesome place to work. They have so many activities and benefits for their employees. One day they announced a scavenger hunt in the middle of the work day just out of the blue and my team won... see more
I got a job as a credit counselor
I had recently been let go from a bank with whom i had worked for 30 yrs so i applied at u s bank and they hired me almost immediately because of my experience
They are a great company to work for. They have really good benefits.
I was coming out of the bank one day I noticed that my car was being towed of course I kicked and stomped nothing I could do about it so when I went down to pay the 300 and some odd dollars if they were charging me since my registration is expired I asked who handled her collection accounts 3 years later my agency had collected almost 10 million dollars and had over a hundred clients in the towing industry it's a true story
Employers are required to distribute 2019 W2s by January 31, 2020. If you haven't gotten yours yet some employers let you access it online through a paycheck provider, and make sure to check that you have the right address on file if you've moved since sometimes they're sent to the wrong place.
I liked the fact that at sometimes the work needed to be done by and at a fast pace and other times I could just take my time and do a really great job on what I was working on.
I left to the mortgage industry during the late recession, due to age my agility is restricted.
of the flexibility to work from home. With my last position, I did not have to commute everyday to an office. I also liked the ability to set my own hours. I was not locked into a
normal 8-5 workday.