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Zoe Moritz
18 days ago

I wish my job @ #10 grin orthodontics had a better employer.

Working for 10 Grin Orthodontics was not great. I worked there five years until I finally got a better job elsewhere. I went on lots of interviews while working there, trying to get away from that place. The dr at 10 Grin Orthodontics was very unprofessional. He would withhold checks until he wanted to pay which was usually a day or two later. He would refuse to pay vacation and sick pay and make promises that he never kept about paying those wages. He would work on patients and use the same gloves to touch his phone and answer calls and touch other things like old charts and impressions and go back to working in the patients mouth. He was reported and had an investigation for that issue. He was very degrading and would talk down to women all the time. He would refuse to hire men and would degrade any woman who was what he thought was out of shape or "heavier". He would scream and yell at the front desk staff until they would finally quit. To many times the office manager would get messages stating front desk staff wasn't going to come into the office until someone else was there as he would yell at them non stop. It was all around a awful experience. I wish I would of never stayed but I actively tried getting away and was happy when I did.

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Ed Alexander "Believe and Achieve"
over 6 months ago

I'm telling you the truth...(MUST READ w/o FAIL.)

This can change your life!

THOUGHT: No matter what your status is, your stature in life, your strategies or your survival skills best at-hand. Each morning you wake-up you MUST be prepared to do battle. Because whether you know it or not, like it or not, a Goliath is on the way looking for you.

There are 10 - Enemies You Must Fight Each Day!

No. #10 is LOW SELF-ESTEEM: Low self-esteem can be characterized by a lack of confidence, emotional imbalance and feeling badly about oneself. Low self esteem can drag you through the pitiful stages of life.

People with low self-esteem often feel unlovable, awkward, or incompetent and inadequate; sometimes other people, places, things and events can stimulate this emotional drag. Also, it can be self imposed by your faulty belief system. Example: I know, I'm not attractive! I know, I'll never get that job! I know, I won't get a pay raise!(What you think about, you bring about).

THRUST: You must thrust yourself upward and outward, then forward and search on the within you, then, respect the outside of you and I'm Beautiful Just The Way I Am!

All you have is YOU. So, be the best YOU, that you can BE!

I Believe You Can...!

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Bruce Trotter
over 6 months ago

#1 slip seating #2 older model trucks #3 Third shift #4 call ins on days off #5 working on Holidays #6 split days off/never two in a row #7 delays on maintenance #8 may have to drive hostler #9 average $1k week gross #10 weekly pay check #11 frequent change of duties #12 frequent drop and hook #13 57’ trailers

If you have double/triple end. You will pull doubles.

#14 average 50 hours a week

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Bonnie Akridge
over 6 months ago

For any of you out there looking at this company for potential employment, it's a scam. They want bank info nestled way down in question #9 or #10 after Mabel Floyd makes you feel excited you are being considered for this job. Who is going to pay anyone $700 a week for 5-10 hours work without a face to face interview?

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Ed Alexander "Believe and Achieve"
over 6 months ago

CHANGING MY MINDSET!!

"IF I BELIEVE, I CAN ACHIEVE, EVERYTHING I CAN RECEIVE!

Let's see, first, let me reflect on my 12 - Irrefutable Keys:

#1. Consider what I learned from the Jobcase community experts. #2. Review my weekly notes and points of interest #3. Set-aside time to prepare, practice and rehearse. #4. Arrive early for the paperwork process. #5. Leave my cell phone in the car. #6. Greet the receptionist with a smile #7. Present my ID Card or Driver’s License to the receptionist. #8. Obtain my security badge and clip it on my lapel #9. Increase my confidence level to 10+ #10. Manage my tone of voice. (Speak clear and concise.) #11. Make moderate eye contact with board members. (Don't stare.) #12. Trust my heart, then, touch their minds.

Yes, I can to this...

I Believe I Can....Yes, It's Possible!

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Ed Alexander "Believe and Achieve"
over 6 months ago

#10. MAJOR DON'Ts TO AVOID IN LIFE: Conflict. [IBYC]

I'm telling you the truth... (MUST READ w/o FAIL)

We work in a diverse workplace where differences of opinions, interpretations and emotions can run rampant and can be expressed differently.

CONFLICT: In the workplace, conflict can be described as a prolonged struggle or strife which creates surges of negative energy and friction between all parties concerned.

RESOLUTION: Consider these 5 - UNDENIABLE TIPS:

1) Be the first to raise the white flag of truce for "cease fire." 2) Look towards fixing the problem, not the persons. 3) Stand-up; rather than stand-out and be a problem SOLVER, not a SLAYER. 4) Transform the energy of conflict onto a platform of friendly communication. 5) Help everyone to WIN and not whine over matters of less importance.

Avoid CONFLICT at all cost, then, everything else will fall-in-place.

I Believe You Can...!

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Ed Alexander "Believe and Achieve"
over 6 months ago

READ NOW, PAY ATTENTION, TAKE ACTION AND HAVE FAITH!

My name is...Shenneca,..xyz....Reno, Nevada.

If you really want a job consider my 12 Valuable TIPS: (These can change your life.)

#1. Turn off the TV and CD Music player. (Unless your know for a fact that music helps you think.) #2. Put the dog or cat in the other room. (No time for meowing or barking.) #3. Let your girlfriends know, (no phone calls or texts for at least two hours.) #4. Don't answer the door for FEDEX pickups. (Unless you sign, close the door and get to work.) #5. Make sure you have something light to snack on. (Nothing too heavy to put you to sleep.) #6. Do your research diligently. (Don't waste time on FB, or other social medias.) #7. Select the job websites which are user friendly. (Some sites can be more complicated.) #8. Identify your related Job Titles. (Match them against online applications.) #9. Perform your proofreading techniques. (Minimize your errors to the best of your ability.) #10. Be familiar with the salary range and benefits package. (Know your value system.) #11. When everything is right, submit your online resume. (At least 5-7 resumes each day.) #12. Track your email and text message responses daily. (Make sure your text message box is not full.)

WHEN YOU'RE SERIOUS ABOUT GETTING A JOB, YOU'LL BUCKLE DOWN AND DO YOUR DUE DILIGENCE!

I'm Shenneca...I'm not waiting for an invitation. I Make Things Happen!

I Believe You Can...!

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duane hathaway
over 6 months ago

To land a job at #Painter/Tapers Local #10 I would make sure to...

Maintain a positive attitude and strive to listen to directions and tips suggested to you by fellow journeymen

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James Masterjohn
over 6 months ago

From the President on down for several terms has said that the economy is good, and life is good. We have people coming to this country to live the dream, no dream here, a nightmare. I am on #10 scam job from the internet reciters, Career Builder, Zip Recruiter and several others. My contact information is on my resume and out there for the price of a computer and internet connection. Use to be we went to a job place and went inside a office and asked or there was a posting in a new paper or sign saying they were hiring, Now it is over the internet and open to anybody . I have had offers of job and had several job but still unemployed, I worked very hard for 30 years then went back to school. I was told that my life would become better and wouldn't have to be called a outlaw truck driver because I tried to give my family a good life. Now I have had to drop out of school because the colleges charged my student loans to the max and wanted more, and there was no more no job and in income. Then the state said we will help get you a job, do this do that jump here and go there and we will get you trained for a new job, that again the school wanted more money then the grant to finish getting enough training. Now willing to do anything get me emails and text messages from people who think they can print checks and get me to send them money. Again there is no money left. wow, what happened to this country ?

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Ed Alexander "Believe and Achieve"
over 6 months ago

CHANGING MY MINDSET!!

"IF I BELIEVE, I CAN ACHIEVE, EVERYTHING I CAN RECEIVE!

Let's see, first, let me reflect on my 12 - Irrefutable Keys:

#1. Consider what I learned from the Jobcase community experts. #2. Review my weekly notes and points of interest #3. Set-aside time to prepare, practice and rehearse. #4. Arrive early for the paperwork process. #5. Leave my cell phone in the car. #6. Greet the receptionist with a smile #7. Present my ID Card or Driver’s License to the receptionist. #8. Obtain my security badge and clip it on my lapel #9. Increase my confidence level to 10+ #10. Manage my tone of voice. (Speak clear and concise.) #11. Make moderate eye contact with board members. (Don't stare.) #12. Trust my heart, then, touch their minds.

Yes, I can to this...

I Believe I Can....Yes, It's Possible!

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