I know what some of you are going through because I graduated from business school in Novermber of 2017 and been on the job hunt and put my experience too and you only get called by sales jobs and stuff. They want to pay peanuts and some companies don't bother setting up an interview or even respond back. I feel like the job market here sucks even though there are so many available. Don't understand why they are not even trying…
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…
An angry customer just told you, “The service here is terrible.” Your response should be:
A. What is it about the service that you don’t like?
B. Would you like to fill out a complaint form? I can get you one?
C. I realize that our service is poor today. It’s because we are understaffed, so I apologize.
D. I’m very sorry to hear that but we’re Trying as hard as we can.
A. I earn high pay for my work.
B. There is a high commitment to following protocol.
C. The company is instantly recognized by others.
D. I make customers happy.
I Drive Trucks Bigger than the UPS trucks an don't need a CDL Why do I need one for you guys when the trucks are small
Been Driving Trucks since I was 15 when i got my permit why do I need a CDL A When the trucks are small
So, I had a great phone interview today, and I think I can do the commute. I'm a litle apprehensive about the testing, as they are asking for Excel (i'm usually an expert), but have issues with v-lookups. How can I avert my diversion to v-lookups? I would love to get some insight, and maybe talk with someone regarding my anxieties.
Hi. While I was studying for the exam, some members of a local PM group were kind enough to share their helpful suggestions for passing. I'm starting this conversation to share them and add a few of my own.
Would others who have taken the exam add your advice, please?
Took an online exam the beginning of this week for a job with a large financial institution. The exam was suppose to be for Base and Advanced SAS. For those that program in SAS you know that it's not a small subject. I have received many calls from recruiters for this job. When I took the exam it was SAS IML. The title of the exam even said
SAS 9.3. IML is not Base or Advanced SAS but another SAS product that must be purchased separately…
It began with applying on-line, I received a call to come into the store I applied for (you can choose multiple locations when you apply on-line) and was asked to complete a 20 to 30 min set of aptitude tests ranging from cash handling to what would you do in this situation if you were approached by various customers with different needs etc. Once I completed the tests I was given a brief walk thru of the store layout and was told after the…
Today, I drove 30 miles through the mountains to take the OPAC test for a PT Court Clerk position. The subjects were, Alpha Filing, Basic Math, Keyboarding, Numeric Filing and Proofreading. I did very well on 3 of the subjects, mediocre on 1 and horrible on the last. I am not going to let this discourage me, and although I may not make it to the next level (the face to face interview) this time. I will come back stronger knowing what to…
Hi, Matt. I'm having trouble finding an Amazon location in the Chicago area. I've taken the assessment test and passed. They've given me an appointment but I'm not going to be able to keep it because it's in Joliet and that's going to be a problem for me. I really want the job with Amazon but it wouldn't be fair to waste their time nor mine because it's going to be a problem getting there and back home for me due to my having no means of…