Our vision is that Jobcase can be a modern union movement in support of workers. We begin by building a platform of tools and foster a community that supports one another. We then leverage this to amplify your voice, put data behind it, and bang on C-level doors to reclaim capitalism to work for all. We got your back. This op-ed printed in Fast Company magazine today is just the beginning. CEO's are starting to talk about valuing... see more
Like many, I have been in the unfortunate situation of abruptly finding myself without a job. I don't mind telling you, in the moment, it's a completely demoralizing experience. When this did happen to me, there were a few steps I took so I could move forward productively:
1) I was gracious -- I thanked my employer for the opportunity and offered to expedited any needed transition. Why was I so nice? I don't believe in burning bridges... see more
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Hello all. Just wanted to say I am new here. This appears to be a very cool site and I really like this community area. I am currently submitting to positions that interest me in my field of music both performance and administration. I look forward to talking and learning from many of you as well as giving my input. Blessings.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for following me on Jobcase. This is our year to be better than before. Over the next couple of months, I plan on sharing Job opportunities you can do right at home. Opportunities to make money in your spare time. Business plans to enhance your life. Please feel free to share your ideas as we with me and others. May this year bring each of you many blessings and more.
Mike... see more
Wishing the Jobcase community a happy holidays! The compassion and warmth found on Jobcase every day is a constant reminder of the beautiful things that can happen when we all come together to help and support each other. That is what the holiday spirit is all about.
Take time to enjoy your loved ones today and spread cheer to those who need it the most. Thank you to each of you for making this community such a special place. Happy holidays!
Today has been an interesting day. Starting off with teaching my last class of 2019, then having a certification test to take at 6:00 PM. Keeping in mind if I failed it meant having to take the whole course all over again? Talk about pressure being placed on me? I have come to realize I work well under pressure. It’s New Year’s when people are preparing to celebrate the New Year and I am preparing for my exam in Alzheimer's & Dementia. How many... see more
I took this picture this morning while teaching a class. The topic of discussion was Leadership in the Community!
While teaching the class on what it takes to be a leader in the Community, engage people to get involved. In order to be a good leader, one must lead by example.
This morning in class I asked each person to stand in front of the pictures in the order they believe is important to them in able to educate other. This is my order... see more
I wish every day could be Thanksgiving so that we can constantly remind ourselves of everything that we should be grateful for. It’s easy to take our lives for granted and forget about others who are not as fortunate.
I personally want to express how grateful I am for everyone in this Jobcase community. The advice and emotional support that each of you provide makes such a difference to others out there that have nowhere else to turn. You... see more
I wanted to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving, but please stop and consider those who are homeless. Did you know that Los Angeles has become the #1 capital in the U.S. for homelessness now? Our nation is hurting and we must stop to think about others if we are to turn this nation around and giving to our fellow citizens in need is a major way to help. One place that is in need is the Union Rescue Mission downtown Los Angeles Skid Row area. They... see more