Sorry to complain again but holy holy I have to get it off my chest and get some ideas from my fellow Jobcasers. Ok so when I first started I only finished 60% of my training before they threw me to the wolves. I was showed by another employee how to do things and things I have to get finished before my shift is over. That means I'm supposed to refill everything for the next shift, clean everything for the next shift and just plain ole common…
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Teamwork amongst the crew
Communication is the best way to work as a team and get the job done .
I love our US women’s soccer team. I love the game. I love how dominant USA has been since the 99-ers. And I love this particular team. They are made up of individual talents that are astounding. But their strength comes from teamwork. And is refined by crazy amount of hard work in prep both in field and off.
There are a lot of lessons here for all of us. Sport is great metaphor.
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Today I want to talk about something that's incredibly important to employee engagement and something that I think we all should be looking for in our next employment opportunity. I want to talk about the idea of Stewardship in the context Steven R. Covey discussed it in his book,
The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People and how it's not only important, it's necessary for all of us to maximize our personal and professional…
It’s not how well you work, but how well you work with others. Team work makes make the dream work.
This organization is family oriented the managers and employees foster a good working relationship which is environment friendly it’s like home away from home never had a negative encounter there #teamwork possitivity
There are common keywords in just about every job posting that relates to skills such as -
-Communication, multitasking, teamwork, creativity, critical thinking and leadership. These keywords or phrases are called TRANSFERABLE SKILLS that apply in all professions. They are the foundation of all of the professional success you will experience in your current career and the career you may retire in over the years.
-A review of your transferable…
So i’ve worked at both Domino’s and Papa John’s as a driver and crew.. There really isn’t much of a difference at all in them. Similar cultures since it basically just boils down to what kind of manager you have. Since we all liked each other at Papa John’s we sorta fell into a team rhythm which helped us just bust out tons of pizza’s quickly. It really just depnds on your coworkers at places like these
The culture (in the housekeeping department) at the Hilton Garden Inn in Saratoga is one that I wish everyone could experience. Everyone has their bad days but everyone cares for each other and works as a team each and every day.