My younger sister has been working at Lowe's for over a year and loved her job but then they laid her off. Is there anyone else that has been laid off? I am not sure what advice to give her. I am a truck driver and we never seem to run out of work. I know she is feeling down and I wish I could help her more. Any ideas???
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Working at Dollar General has been good so far, but you do work hard. Some people think being a cashier is easy, but it isn't! I feel like the busiest times are on my morning shifts before people head to work and right after they get out around 5. I run around like CRAZY! Management does a good job giving us extra people around the holidays, but sometimes I wish I had one more person in the mornings. Should I ask for help?
I'm in a bit of a pickle....so the current job I work in now I work third and for the longest been asking for first shift. Being that I have a pre teen and a 2yr old working third is horrible. But nothing was available so I began in search for another job opportunity. After awhile I get a call back for another job working 1230 to 9 no it's not first but it has me home and off of third. So when I go to put my resignation in at my current job... see more
I got a job at ross dress for less, I guess I forgot I applied for temporary for hire since they dont have a full time postion or maybe part time. I would like to have a stable job then a temporary since I had bad experience with a temporary to hire postion because I only worked before within only two days THAT WAS IT. I'm trying not to compare this job to the other one, but I really am wanting a job I can just keep and not worry to be let go... see more
Hey, I am 16 and I have a job interview at Sears later today. Can someone give me tips on important details to say? I know I have to be myself but I want to stand out and actually get this job. What's the best thing to let the company know about me? What are they mainly looking for? All help is appreciated!!
I have been a CNA for the past 15 years. I decided last year that I needed a change and went back to school for sterilization. Sterilizing surgical equipment. I take my test next Monday. What I am needing advice on is every job listing I am finding they want at least 1 year of experience. How do you get a hospital to hire you with no experience. Well I have 6 weeks of externship at a Hospital.
I been to almost 10 interviews and no one called me back of getting the job. I used to live in Texas, but now live in New Mexico for Collage, so all my work history was in Texas. For interviews I dress up professional and arrival 5 mins early so they know I am present and gives them time to get the paper work ready to take notes during the interview. I also bring a extra copy of my resume so they can review and ask me questions on what I did in... see more
I just left my job and joined a new company. I had two days left a vacation and I'm wondering if I am entitled to it? Of course my former boss says no but I think I am. I started with him of April of 2012 and I did not miss a day or take any time off so I work the year and every year after till the day I left and when I qualified I took vacation. Now he's saying that he does not owe me for those days as I left working only 6 months in 2017... see more
On Tuesday I went in for what I thought was an interview with Farmers Insurance. After getting to the interview, Farmers Insurance informed me that they were trying to recruit me for a Farmers Insurance small business owners position. After noting down as much information as I could I went home to think it over and to discuss it with my husband. I did some research being that I look through the website that farmers provided, and also attempted to... see more
As a middle aged single mother of two girls, I am unable to get a job within my career path. I started off as an administrative assistant and worked my way to an executive assistant but am unable to move into Human Resources. I was told that I needed a Bachelors degree in order to be considered for any Human Resource position, so I went back to college, started taking online night classes and am on my third year towards a degree in Human... see more