Finally a job and I start tomorrow!!!

I’m excited to announce that I am OFFICIALLY starting a contract to perm job tomorrow. I am even more excited that I will be given the top rate of $31/hr. It’s a little less than I was making before but I am so blessed to have a job. I still have a few pending/potential offers, but unless it’s a perm position making more money, I think I’m cool.

Thank you all for your support and kind words. I will keep you posted about any job changes.



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This is great information.Thank you!
A book to read ( worth your time) is "It's Your Ship by Captain D. Michael Abrashoff. Gives…

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I have been recently working at the prison through a registry Teema and one day my boss just took me off the schedule I have been trying to contact her for over 3weeks now and she has not called or texed or emailed me back...Why do you think she will not contact me back?

Petty politics and jealousy

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I would not recommend someone to work at #StaffManagement because

I wouldn't recommend working at staff management whatsoever especially with the office managers in there now.

Thanks for sharing your experience with us Megan Abercrombie !

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Since my accident while driving for Lyft I am without a vehicle and reside near a handful of warehouses I decided to check those within walking distance. Most want you to go through a temp agency which I didn't want because I need a full salary. I finally get the ok from one. I fill out application then had a fone interview 2 days later I get call for in person interview then a walk through. 3 1/2 wks no response so I contact the temp within the…

Sounds like someone's drug test came back a little iffy

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Should I or shouldn't I?

I am currently working for a temp. Agency that could turn into full time. I was offered a position with Delta Dental, which I've heard good things about. My problem is it's $2/hr. less than I'm currently making and about 15 min. drive time longer one way. My husband is disabled and receives minimal SSDI.

Does the full time position fit your needs better. You are a temp at this other job.

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Being a temp. You are underpaid. The reason for being under paid is not fair to you doing full time work.

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Bridgett Irving thank you for your commit.

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When I worked at #Omahaworkstaffing I gave great advice when

I am still with them, enjoy the employment they give me plus there excellent advice of the staffers. Good hours good pay.

My advice to people interested in working at #Omahaworkstaffing as a #GenerallaborCook ...

Go for it be honest. Don't sign up for something you can't do. Work where you can. Be HONEST.

Thanks for sharing your inspiring advice with us Jan Hall Synacek !

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Is this for real!!!!?

I spent 3 weeks doing an interview with a Pharma Company, went through all the stages, phone interview, F2F with the hiring Manager, F2F with her manager and it all went perfectly. At the end, the recruiter representing me was told by the Pharma Company's HR department that they wanted to bring me on board. I was totally excited. On their part after each F2F meeting the Hiring Manager and her boss/manager told me the same and asked me about my…

Patience its life I live this everyday all I can tell you is move forward.

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The biggest mistake I made as a #GenerallaborCook at #Omahaworkstaffing ...

Not saving enough of my pay check to get me through the month.

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