In need of advice

Hey. I have recently started a new job. I work 8 hour shifts with no break. I get degraded at work constantly. I want to quit but I also feel bad for leaving them understaffed. What would y’all do in this situation?

talk to Human Resources its against the law

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Very impressive.

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Finally some activity!!!

I am super, super excited!!!! I've been actively searching for a new job since the beginning of May, I've worked 2 jobs but HATED them both and honestly felt like I was going to have to settle and just work wherever and be miserable. Monday I got a call from our local hospital and went for an interview Tuesday, today they called for me to do the next steps for employment!!!!!! I also got an email from another company to set up a phone interview…

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Research shows it IS easier to get a job when you have a job ... MUCH easier!

Before you jump ship and walk away from that frustrating, aggravating boss, consider this: employed applicants for new jobs are more than TWICE as likely to get calls for interviews and THREE TIMES more likely to receive job offers than unemployed applicants!

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My new job

Alittle bit over a month of training. I can't do the job. I can't reach the top of the machine to operate it. Yesterday I got burned trying to lace the machine I was standing on my tip toes. I went to my boss then HR and told them of my issue. HR told they can not move me. When I first started a group that got hired in with me were told if we can't do a job they would move us to something else. My boss told me she thought I could operate the…

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fustrated

I have been at my job for three years now. I stepped into a position left when my co worker passed away. He was part time, but he was permanent so he earned Paid time off and stuff. I found out friday that I am going to be moved to a whole other department. I have been looking for another job, because my current has no more full time positions. To save money, they took my boss's 6 part time people and split us all up.My Department is one of the…

I would suggest to think about this some more. If there is any way you can make it work and you are happy then stay. But if you…

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How proud are you?

If you quit a job for greener pastures, would you go back if things didn’t work out? What’s your pride-o-meter level 1-10? I am a 10. Too much pride is my ultimate demise. Ugh, I hate this about myself. Anyway, what about you?

Finding a job is easy. It’s keeping and being at one that’s hard

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Looking for something different...

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Following a dream or money......

I have been drudging through the trenches of factory life for the past 10 years. I saw earlier in life that I enjoyed office work. I love teaching and helping people. I have recently come to the conclusion that I need to be in an office, or tutoring, or something. The question I have is with a record and not being there for so long (yes, I have done secretarial and customer service work), how can I get into this? Any advice would be appreciated.

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