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
If you think you nailed that interview or the recruiter said,
Keep in touch, don't just sit and wait for the phone to ring with a job offer. Instead, be proactive. There are things you should do after a job interview that can increase the odds of getting a second interview or landing a job offer.
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
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
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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Ever stress about which questions YOU will be asked during an interview?
Well, stress no more!
Make sure to watch the video so you can prepare ahead of time and rock your next interview!
So tell us, did we miss any?
What are some interview questions that you have been... see more
The Cincinnati job fair is COMING up on Tuesday, September 17th from 1-4!
OPEN TO ALL JOB SEEKERS : ) stop by and meet with over 50 local employers!
Hosted at the Cintas Center
1624 Herald Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45207
If you haven’t already, be sure to register HERE so you have the chance to meet and interview with some GREAT companies like Amazon, Coca Cola, Kroger and more.
Here are some tips to help you begin preparing for the fair:
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The last time you applied to a company did you also make sure to include a cover letter?
A well-written cover letter gives you a chance to sell yourself to the employer in a conversational style manner and most importantly explains why you are the ideal candidate!
Plus, by writing a cover letter you will make it clear that you truly want the job because you took the extra steps than just submitting a resume.
Now let’s help you write one!
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If you spent time applying or going through the interview process and now it’s all over you might be left wondering…”NOW what?” If you followed up, awesome! If you didn’t, keep reading and learn the importance and how to go about it.
Following up is a critical aspect of the job seeking process. It does a few things. It lets the employer know you are serious, reminds them of who you are and your qualifications, and keeps the hiring process moving... see more
Labor Day as we know is a U.S. national holiday held the first Monday in September. For most, it marks the last weekend of summer and the start of the school year, but not many know how it came to be and why.
Back in the late 1800s, the holiday’s founders wanted to do two things: 1- unify union workers and 2- have a reduction in work time. Factory workers at that point were putting in 70 PLUS hard hours at their jobs!!
These long working hours... see more