#4 - Sharing details of your personal life, unless it’s somehow relevant to the role — like your experience taking care of your little sister when interviewing for a role as a nanny — there’s no need to talk about your personal life.
#7. - Bad-mouthing your former employer, you may have had your reasons for leaving your last job, but it’s best to keep it professional when referring to your previous employer or former co-workers. Talking badly about others reflects badly on you and is a red flag for a hiring manager, see more
This company was what I woke up for. But after many years on and off. They really disappointed me . I opened up stores in CC with a district manager named Dan the went back to work for then a few years ago then after 2 years I was called in to the office and said I had a theft charge 4 yrs ago on my record. Yes let me explain this I worked for a company that filed theft charges on me because I turned on the gas pump and drove of without paying for it. Because It was over a a dollar amount they filed a theft charge on me then it was all dropped after I payed it back.
Most are franchised stores The company has great insurance but they pay is poor They are Japanese owned and The dont drug test for hire You get no discount for anything If you are desperate it is a job I worked for them for ten years I out performed the market 100 stores every week for over six years and never got a promotion. They lied about a trip to Las Vegas that earned. I won two. I got sick with meningitis and almost died. No one checked on me. They have a scam with the short and long term disability benefits. I should be receiving $3000 more per month and I have the documents to prove it. They think better than they should