The prior job that I quit is still screwing me. I started this job and they talked me into signing a salaried job offer sheet, they said that there would be downtime and that a salary would even out the pay so you would be paid even when there was no work. Well it turned out that in the twelve weeks I worked there I had 10-20 hours more then 40 every week with one or two weekend days as well. The job also involved travel with a thirty dollar a... see more
In January as hiring speeds up again - labor market ‘astounding’ 225,000 jobs. The numbers: The U.S. created a robust 225,000 new jobs in January to get off to a good start in 2020, reflecting surprising resilience in the labor market even though manufacturing has contracted and the economy has softened.
I work in NY. My company has a set return policy of 10 days and our commissions pay out a month after the sale to cover the return time. If I have made a sale months ago and the home office decides that they are granting a return exemption for the customer, Can they legally take back my commission so long after I met the requirements for it?
Wow, my hours were cut to 4 hours this weekend!!! I will look at day labor agencies. If I flag for 20 hours per week, two weeks will cover my bills. Damn, when life sucks work more.
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 worked at Cooper for about 6 yrs. I thought it was a good place to work, but my experience is they are basically making me choose between my child and my job. They treat there employees like they are robots. What I mean is working them 6-7 days a week some 10 hours a day and some 12 hours a day. In my opinion, they don't care whether you have a family, your family is Cooper and to them that is your life. They say they are about safety. I laugh... see more
I enjoyed every part of my job. From Medicare billing to sending out statements and collecting money.
I’m 62, recently divorced. I haven’t worked in 30 years but went back to school and now have a full time job but it doesn’t pay enough to cover my expenses. I’ve cut my expenses to the point there is nothing left to cut. My legal fees are enormous because of the divorce. I need to find a way to make more money but I can’t physically work 7 days a week. Need some ideas of how I can make another 300-400/month. Hard to find another job that will... see more
I have a unique talent in the glass and glazing industry, but it seems like know one is interested in me. I have filled out 20 applications and have 15 search engines goin on. Still I find myself looking at the same ads that are listed in all searches.
I've even tried to go off on my own but my wife had racked up my credit cards on me, for a total of 23k. Now I find myself between a rock and a hard place. I cant even secure a loan to start my... see more
I just started trucking to help pay off some of my loans. I like it more than I thought I would, but recently my girl asked me to stop. She says I don't spend enough time with her anymore. She said to pick my job or her, that's messed up! I like making money, I NEED it! I feel like I am screwed either way here, but should I keep the girl or the job?