I've had jobs that some people think are bad or distasteful. I'm trying to get regular jobs but my resume is getting in the way. If I don't list these jobs, I have basically no employment history. When I list them, I'm normally rejected right away or get called in for some extra, personal interviews where I'm asked all sorts of personal questions about the work.
You got the job offer, you are so excited. But did you really get the job offer?
Companies that are on the up and up will always, not sometimes but always do the following:
Send you a job offer, and what is included in that letter is Critical;. Keep that letter, make copies. Hopefully, you will not need to point anything out that is not being done.
Job offers can vary but they should at a minimum have the following information.
Question, what to do if your qualified for a job but it’s not a good fit because of your health issues? I’ve only been here going on 3 weeks and see this job requires me to stand the whole day while working and my knees hurt and at times will lock up .
I have lived in Washington for about 2yrs and where I'm working after the contract was up in December it seems like I cant get in the yard I was in when I know people with less experience that are already working at the yard that I'm talking about I need some advice
Employees have to be paid what their experiences show excellence.
But Employer's want lower paid employment for staff.
So who is getting that experienced well seasoned wonderful employment?
Because I had experience and knew the field well
I am a 68 year old person I was in business for 40 years before being put out by the oil company. Today I received 6 job offers due to my experience. Nothing beets experience or education. They are more powerful than you think.
So I had an interview today and this was the first time I ever walked out with out accepting the job. I feel so unsure. The last time I did this kind of work I failed and I know it was from lack of experience and no support. Now I think I could get the information I need to be a success from people who know what they are doing. I have given myself a set time frame as my company will close it's doors. So I need to decided if I should take this job…
I have many years as a warehouse worker. I love the environment and physicality it brings but I feel now it’s time for a change/step up. I always wanted to be a manager/supervisor or Human Resources. Any advice or tips on some education or classes I can take or degrees or certifications? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I truly don’t understand why is it that I have a lot of experience with in a company I moved to a Yuma and they won’t even hire me nor do I have the money to transfer my cna over here really find myself struggling now