Saw this post on Facebook or somewhere and saved it because it's SO true and sharing it with this group.
1- Cover your ass. Take pictures, get it in writing, scale everything, get a dashcam and run it all the time.
2- NEVER trust a dispatcher.
3- Never enter any place you don't know how to get out of. Throw the brake, set the 4 ways and walk yourself in. always make sure you can get out.
4-. Don't screw over the next guy. Leave the truck... see more
Below is a calculator to determine what a 'living wage' would be in your location. Do you think this is accurate?
Jobcase believes every employer should help provide either a living wage or a pathway to it. We understand that not every job will be able to pay a living wage. But we believe employers should provide one of the following 3 cases for every job:
a) provide a living wage
b) if providing a sub-living wage, THEN provide an internal... see more
How to remove yourself from an email marketers list to stop unwanted emails.
Tip: when using the Junk E-mail option Block Sender and you want to stop emails from the same email address (because some time email will come from the same email address that has a different prefix (a word, letter, or number placed before another.), but has the same suffix (a morpheme added at the end of a word to form a derivative, e.g., -ation, -fy, -ing, -itis.) you... see more
Worked from about 9am Thurs to 7pm Fri...I'm beat, sore, cranky but made good money. My side gig and tips...keep me from starving. Can't wait for my new job to start.
Job boards now have a neat tool that allow you to upload your resume and it fills out many application questions for you! Your resume will only save you time if you have it formatted correctly. Here are some tips to get the most out an upload feature and your resume:
1. Use Key Words - in most cases, recruiters are only scanning your resume. Under the Job Title and Company Name of where you have worked, include all skills and duties you used in... see more
Food Service Workers do not receive enough credit. Working in restaurants, coffee shops, and lunchrooms provide a strong foundation of skills that will help you excel in your career goals. Here are just a few benefits of working in Food Service:
1. Cash from Tips
Many food service workers receive tips for their service. Those who work at sit-down restaurants, take orders and deliver food to tables generally make more from tips than those at... see more
If you left your job because the circumstances weren’t the most desirable you aren’t alone, it happens!
Sometimes leaving a job suddenly due to a boss, co-workers, or overall work culture or even personal health reasons can leave you reeling. It can also feel especially stressful, but if you have a plan it doesn’t have to be. So here is how to be prepared as you search for a new job:
1- Update that resume
I know, it’s not the most fun activity... see more
Make sure to dress to impress!
Here are some quick tips on what to wear for the Chicago job fair tomorrow, June 18th.
-Stick to solid colors and avoid distracting patterns
-A suit with a button up shirt worn underneath
-Mid-length skirt below or at the knee, paired with a coordinated blouse
-Neat, professional hairstyle
-Light makeup and very little perfume
-Stick to solid colors
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Has a potential (or existing) employer ever asked you for your graduation year? If so, you are NOT alone. This may seem like a harmless question, but chances are the employer is trying to determine your age. Here are some things you should know and what you can do!
-What employers CAN ask
The Age Discrimination in Employment Act does NOT prohibit an employer from asking about an applicant’s (or employee’s age), or from asking other questions... see more
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???
It can feel a little difficult to prepare for an interview when you are not sure what to expect.
Make sure to watch the video so you feel more confident and prepared before your next interview.
So tell us, did we miss anything?
What are some interview tips that have worked well for you in the past?
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