Currently, i work two part-time CNS positions while looking for a full time position as a medical assistant. I graduated from a 9 month program four years ago. Just recently, i was asked to write a recommendation letter for a coworker for a medical assistant position. I asked for what company and learned that we both were interviewed for the same position on the same day, yet she does not know this. She has been considered to take the next step…
Today I'd like to talk about something that seems a little difficult in our search for the next best employment opportunity: Gratitude.
Gratitude is perhaps one of the most difficult things to muster up during a rigorous and harrowing experience such as unemployment, homelessness, and similar events, but I would argue that it is perhaps the most important thing to muster up--more than hope, more than tenacity, more than even…
Thinking that my female coworkers were my friends and had my back.
This is one of the most misunderstood areas of employment law. The answer is that THERE ARE LEGAL REASONS that you CAN be terminated or laid off. Here is a clear and helpful explanation: https://employment-law.freeadvice.com/employment-law/firing/getting-fired-while-sick.htm
Be on your toes you never know what is going to walk thru that door.
Being allowed to float else where when it is slow in the clinic and then transferring to that office like an idiot.
So I lost my job in mid February and my previous employer forced all of the staff there to stop communicating with me. To block my number and notify if I attempt contact with any of them. Keep in mind that I never said anything out of the way or threatening, never got into any altercation, did not steal or lie to anyone so I’m really not sure why this was done. It was never asked of us when any other staff members were terminated or quit. I was…
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I signed a letter for a job offer as a Health Information Clerk. The wait is over but will continue to look and apply. Thank God!