Hi all, I am going to be up all night with my terminally ill kitty (this will be my last night with him). I have a job interview in the morning and I know I’m going to look tired and I’m hoping my brain won’t fail me!! I’m wondering if I should give my interviewer a quick explanation or not say anything at all and just hope she doesn’t notice?
If you have a poor work history, gaps in employment, a criminal record or other problems that are hindering your landing a new job, character references can go a long way in bolstering a prospective employer's confidence in bringing you on board.
Who makes the best character reference? Now don't pad the list with your BFFs and running buddies -- Ha! Take time and give this serious consideration. Business owners and managers whom you know well…
THIS IS SO TRUE!
(What you PERCEIVE, is what you RECEIVE.)
If you see yourself the way you are, you only remain the same. However, if you envision yourself the way you want to be, that's when you sense your change ~ Edward Alexander
Look outwardly and envision yourself in 2019.
I Believe You Can...!
We are looking for ASSEMBLERS for our client in Seguin, TX. Position offers a starting wage of $12 per hour, second shift differential, paid holidays, referral bonuses, as well as other benefits.
How to Apply:
Interested job seekers should email/message/comment their full name, email address and contact number or send their resume to firstname.lastname@example.org