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Domenico Agostini
13 days ago
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On the first day on the job you should make sure to

Trinity Health is a great place to work. Unfortunately, I was laid-off due to the covid pandemic but I would go back in a heartbeat. #laidoff #coronavirus #healthcare #health

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D S
5 days ago
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What you do if you 55 and laid off?

After working at the company for many years I was laid off. Although I have experience it is hard to find a job. A phone interview is ok but not in person. Employers do not believe that humans can learn after 50. Because I am a human I do not know EVERYTHING but if you could give me a chance I will learn and I will do well. After applying to so many positions and 2.5 years in I give up. If the economy does not want me so be it. If you see me in the park or sleeping under the bridge just know I am not an addict. I am a hardworking person but I am too old to be hired and too old to for your 20-30 culture. I would look for something else but frankly, the tech is all I know. Thank you for your thoughts. #ageism #laidoff #python #careerchange #training #technology #certification #jobsearch #womanintech

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Alexandra Abercrombie
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I believe you have a pretty good chance. A temp agency tried to screw over my unemployment about 30 years ago. I was briefly unemployed and had worked for them for 8 hours (to the tune of about $40) one Saturday when I was still at Uni. I was already working three part-time jobs at the time and Saturday was my only day off. About a week or so after I filed for unemployment, a woman from the temp agency phoned. We had a 'friendly chat' about what my "ideal position" would be. I described something along the lines of what I had been doing...as I'd graduated Uni... something full-time in the financial sector. That was it. I received notification a few days later of this lousy temp agency challenging my UI claim on the grounds that I had "refused work"! It still kinda makes me angry, now that I think about it. They never offered me work or even spoke about anything they might have available. After UI did their fact finding mission, my unemployment was granted... though I didn't recoup the losses I incurred during their investigation. Afterwards, the woman at EDD told me that it was "typical" for past employers to challenge UI claims. SMH... it's BS and I still recall the anxiety I felt... even a sense of betrayal...at the temp agency's claim. You'll get through it, though. It will no doubt work out in your favour. Peace.

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Noe Lizcano
about 22 hours ago
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Upset because I enjoy working with mortenson but because of my probation I’m not able to travel just in texas #laidoff

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Charles Stratton
2 months ago
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I have recently been laid off from my position as a Sales and Service advisor for a non-profit educational travel company. I am looking for a position as an advisor, team lead, or supervisor. Are there any suggestions that can be made to assist in my search? #laidoff #advice

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Bryce Cornelius
about 1 month ago
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Hello new to this job site ? glad to be here and hope to find a good job as an addition technicians, some work in the area of addiction as my degree will soon be from Purdue University Global Science in Psychology in Addiction. If anyone see this who can direct me in the right place thank you everyone! #laidoff

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Curtis Morgan
8 days ago
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What made me stay at #WeDoGraphics/Tottyprinting was

It was a job that I’ve been doing for 45 years #laidoff

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Linda Shakir
about 1 month ago
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My manager at #AdaptPrograms taught me

What I learned from Adapt Programs is Time Management. Being a Counselor our Individual Counseling was 15 minutes instead of what i was trained. Every company is different. #education #motivation #career #inspiration #laidoff #remoteworker #healthcare #coworkers

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Elyssa Duncan
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5 months ago
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The aftermath of COVID: What worries you?

Around the world, governments are beginning to explore ways to safely re-open the economy. As a result, people are preparing to head back to work.

As we start to take steps towards bringing normalcy back to our lives post-Coronavirus, what is concerning YOU as you either A) enter back into the workforce or B) resume your job search?

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James Thornton
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is anyone willing to conversate

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Adam Lisowski
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Downgrade live to what your means or worth. If you can't afford to eat steak then get steak-ems. If you can't afford to live in a $100,000 house then move to one you can afford. Your welcome for the advice Adam

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