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I was laid off from Lowe's and when I tell people they keep saying sorry you got fired. Is that what they will say when my next job calls my references? Was I fired?!! What's the difference and what do I say during an interview??
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 is nearly a guarantee that during your next interview the employer will ask questions to determine the reasons for ANY amount of time when you weren't employed, and this includes when/if you were laid off.
It’s important to first reassure them that your lay off was in no way a result of your productivity. It's a great idea to also be prepared to explain any circumstances at your organization that caused your layoff.
In the case of Lowe’s it…
As many of us have learned, the Lowe’s home improvement store is estimated to lay off thousands of workers from assemblers to janitors.
We here at Jobcase are here to support you!
I think we can all agree that losing your job no matter what the circumstance is a very difficult thing to go through.
If you have a few minutes please comment with some advice about a time where you or someone you know was laid off, or even just say hello to those…
Worked for Lowe's for the last 3 years as an assembler. Loved the people and the customers and now my job is just gone. I asked my manager if I could please just come back and work a bit more, but he said it came from corporate and it wasn't up to him. I get it, business is business. He said I couldn't come back no more to do assembly and that's all I know there. I am a single dad and my kids birthday is coming up next month and now I have NO…
Your resume showcases all the things an employer is looking for and it's important to know that each has certain expectations that they would like you to fulfill. Be sure to keep it current and update it as often as possible!
Check out these tips on how to make your resume stronger and more desirable to employers!
1- Possess the qualifications for the job
Increase your chances of being hired by tailoring your resume specifically to jobs that…
I hope everyone is doing well. If anyone need food the Free store food bank gives away food everyday from 8:00-3:45. All you have to do is bring a letter with your address on it. You have to have an Id and social security card.
Whether you’ve been laid off from your job or perhaps are just having a tough week at work or even looking for a job, here are 6 ways to help you stay positive and get back on your feet!
Take a step back
Sometimes it’s important to briefly back away from the things that are stressing you so that you can refocus and get a clearer picture of what's going on and what to do next. Take this time to breathe and re-boot. What are your goals moving…
I was just layed off after 16 years at Lowes I need something in the Fayetteville Lincoln erea please help
If you or someone you know has been laid off from work please take a look and share the tips below on what to do next!
1- Take care of YOU
Your health is important so don’t go without health coverage! Speak to your employer about extending your health insurance benefit for up to 18 months under COBRA (the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act) if it's available. You have 60 days after your coverage lapses to opt-in or start shopping…
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