Resigned due to pay

Hello, so I started at the hotel back in November, upon being hired I was told I would be in charge of the Outlets department and would be starting at 15.50. This was a lie, I was in charge of the Banquet department as well as managed the Outlets area because the person they hired was not ready for that job and I was only being paid 13.50. When I brought this up to management they simply said, give me till April and we will see what can be done

That's a tough predicament to be in for sure Angelina Gonzales-Garcia because you felt that they were just sort of pushing you…

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Ashley Wilson I was told by the agm that he just needed the ok from corporate...then I was told that it would take time due to…

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Two truckers share their stories

Meet Nailah and Martin!

Two different people who truly love what they do, which is driving a truck.

Sometimes in life, you need to think outside of the box.

When a friend suggested that Nailah attend truck driving school she stood in front of her in high heels and a dress and thought NO way was this for her. Today she happily says, “I am in a place where I don’t have to want for anything. I am happy. I don’t have bill collectors calling me…

Well truck driving will be a dodo bird job in the next 10 years anyway when companies spend the $100k on self driving trucks…

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Jeffrey Barton still gona need drivers!

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Why did you quit?

Interesting little article claiming the 1 reason people quit is when they feel disrespected. Have you quit an employer before? If so, why? What advice would you give to a fellow Jobcaser who is thinking about quitting today?

#advice #respect #termination #quit #resign

I have ptsd and was put on disability , however we’ve retained my goals and drive to make it through anything!

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Too much anxiety

I quit because I could not get over the nervousness and insecurity I felt after 2 1/2 months on the job.

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I am sorry to hear that L Montoya sometimes it's just not worth it to stay if a job is making you feel miserable!

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I didn't get fired from Smithfield foods I walked out

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I am sorry to hear that Sherman Adams is there anything we can help you with?

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I finally just quit !

I had been driving for company . I have always done my job and pretty much do my part and carried some others by doing their part. Everyday I went in the boss man would always be in one those moods and come to me cussing and shouting. I have just kinda looked over it and went on about my he comes around me other day doing nothing but cussing and putting me down and not to mention half the something inside me just went off and I…

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Finally someone with a brain and actually knows how to use it good for you

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I wasn't fired I quit

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Wrong Decision

6 years back I was employed and then choose to quit my job as it separated me from my spouse. Now I have a toddler at home and decided to get back to work finally in the same IT industry and not even getting called for interviews. On top of having stale skills which i know I can update, there are no one looking for people with visa status like mine where I am a dependent and still can work.

Hi Bhavya Balasubramanya what type of work are you specifically looking for? You can search for jobs here on Jobcase!


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Un- Hireable (If that is a word)

I am 53 and as a result of leaving a job of 22 years I seem to be unable to get hired. Is that because I only had 3 jobs in 22 years or is it my age that no one wants to hire me.

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Hi Brian Meloy ,

No one is un-hirable. Older workers have the most experience, and are often the source of wisdom and advice for…

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I’m confused

I’m confusedI’ve been working on my current job for three years I have a new opportunity to go to a new job but I don’t know how to tell my boss I will need three days for orientation at her new job She’s not going to like that and my boss is not going to want me to leave

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If you have accepted the position.....then give your 2 weeks notice according to the time you're need for the orientation and…

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When did managers not have a choice to pick their team? Has the world become so computerized that companies will not let the person in charge, who's job is on the line not pick their employees? Online apps may streamline the process but fail to give managers the true input they need to hire. ..just this old man's thought.
Oh btw, employees usually don't quit their job, they quit their boss.

David Baugus technology has changed the game. Before a hiring manager received a handful of job applications to review for a job…

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Phillip Gonzalez the process doesn't take in at work results and lessons learned, it only takes in data like how long, when…

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