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Bruce Trotter
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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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GENETHER KELLEY Spivery
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over 6 months ago

What Was My Favorite Part About Working At DVAMC? For the Anticipation of meeting the Veteran's Everyday. Getting too Assist the Veteran's in anyway of Of Making their lives easier. Also the Comrader with the Other Staff Members, I Miss the Clerical, Janitorial Technicians, Nurses, & Physicians. The Staff that I WORKED W/Pain Management Cl#13, #11, & #12. We were One Big Family Team, That Took Our Work Serious In Servicing Our Veteran's Everyday That SERVED In The SERVICE For All Of Us Everyday To Have Our Freedom OVER HERE IN THE USA TO BE ABLE TO BE DOING WHAT WE ALL DO & THAT IS SERVE OTHER'S...THE PURPOSE♡♡♡

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It's Your Time "Believe and Achieve"
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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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It's Your Time "Believe and Achieve"
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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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It's Your Time "Believe and Achieve"
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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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Kurtis Thomas
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over 6 months ago

Drama at #12-24club

At a time an co-worker got upset with me, we would both step aside to an remote area in private and talk about what I have done to make that person upset. The co-worker would inform me of what I've had done or said and both of us discuss and resolve the problem.

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