Any job contains opportunities for personal growth if you approach it as a positive learning experience. Just as every business is required to adapt to new technologies, new competitors, and countless other changes that routinely occur, so is every individual. If you are not learning and advancing in your job, you are stagnating and falling behind. It is impossible to stand still. View each day as an opportunity to learn something new, to improve…
As we all know, job interviews are intensely stressful occasions. If you REALLY want the job, the stakes are also incredibly high and you might feel a slight mistake could cost you the chance at landing the job. Given the pressure, some people are tempted to fudge their accomplishments and background a bit. They figure if adding a few years of experience that they'll triumph over other candidates, and what the interviewer doesn't know won't hurt…
I showed up to work everyday on time never was late.the customers loved me because i got my work done and then some i was very polite to my customers if they needed me to work more hours i did without complaining
i had orientation last thursday and then i was thrown head first into work friday and saturday and then this week i worked tuesday and yesterday... i slowed down long enough to take my required half hour break. i bust my but from the time i get there to the time i head home and the managers and others are tough to read at times... i hope they are seeing i am a hard worker and an asset to the job and more than that i hope i am appreciated. now to…
I've been jobless for 2months. There isn't a better candidate who love to work hard. The problem is you companies determine who you hire by not the work they can do, but by recent job history, etc. They really have people out here that are great employees and Im trying to get my life back on track and really are hard workers but you companies will never know because you won't give anyone a chance. I can't speak for everyone else but I have three…
The motivated me to work at claro is the passion for the sales and the service to the client
I worked at a company near LAX, basically I was a Maintenance Assistant/Attendant, I worked there for almost 5 weeks.
There were 2 M.A. in the building that's me and this (Lazy) guy.
Yeah, in the first week he was alright, but the following weeks, I only seen him 1 once or twice a week in our building.
What so bad is he CLOCKS IN every morning at 6am and leaves at 2pm, but he never showed up.
3 engineers in the building but cant do anything…
So I lost my job today. They told me it was too may mistakes but all fixable. Did not good for the company... etc. so I’m looking for a new job but I don’t know how to with being fired. I’ve never been in this position before what or how do I explain this to potential employers. I’m clueless.
Im dependable , honest, on time always willing to work O.T and never complain or cause problem and always do my job ti the best if my ability
I was told by new employer that I would be great for this job. It was more money better hours. I'm a single mom. I took the job. On my second day in not even in a row mind you. My new boss brings me into the office after belittling me all day in front of my team mates... he then tells me I have to make some major improvements to my speed and errors by TOMORROW or they will need to let me go. Its only my 2nd day on the job.
I like to work with people. I love the fast pace and challenging job.
I have experience in gas station and c-store operation. I am very reliable and trustworthy. I am good with numbers, record keeping and cash.
I am team player, family man, motivator, and know how to achieving goals.