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Bruce Trotter
7 months ago
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My advice to people interested in working at #SNLTrucking as a #TruckDriver ...

#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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Julie @
over 1 year ago
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The Case for 12 Angry Men

Juror #8: It's always difficult to keep personal prejudice out of a thing like this. And wherever you run into it, prejudice always obscures the truth. I don't really know what the truth is. I don't suppose anybody will ever really know. Nine of us now seem to feel that the defendant is innocent, but we're just gambling on probabilities - we may be wrong. We may be trying to let a guilty man go free, I don't know. Nobody really can. But we have a reasonable doubt, and that's something that's very valuable in our system. No jury can declare a man guilty unless it's SURE. We nine can't understand how you three are still so sure. Maybe you can tell us.

Your thoughts on this subject...

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Melissa Crawford
about 2 years ago
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I landed my job at #Chevron by quick it #8 in Alliance,Alabama...

Don't work at the chevron at 100 Alliance Road Bessemer Alabama. When the new owner took over the place went to hell! He himself is a good person but the shit that goes on at the store is a whole different story! I worked there for 4 years.

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Edward Alexander "The Howitzer"
about 2 years ago
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INTERVIEWS: (Passing my interview...3 days from now.) How?

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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Jay Helton
over 2 years ago
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Ready to work

I have experience driving an Aarons .moving truck, loading the truck, setting up the items how customers liked. I have experience working at an fast food at Mcdonald's and Popeys and a gas station called eagles #8 construction and little bit of remodeling, area complex for DOT

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Edward Alexander "The Howitzer"
almost 2 years ago
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WHEN YOU REALLY WANT A JOB...YOU MAKE THINGS HAPPEN!!! (Recap of Events) [IBYC]

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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Tanya Ellis
about 2 years ago
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Bad place to store#8

My work experience at goodwill the 2nd time was horrible #8....no respect for others..store could be better if u change management..

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Ana Hicks-Mckenzie
over 3 years ago
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Forbes Article - Lies you Must stop telling ourselves

Hi guys, hope you find this article helpful.

10 lies we must stop telling ourselves

  1. I'm too scared to start my own business. You don't have a fear of starting your own business. You have a fear of suffering when you finally do. This is a key distinction. Once you've made that distinction, face your fear, and take the leap. The benefits far outweigh any negative repercussions. Let's face it, you're not getting any younger. Start that business now.

  2. My company has a cut-throat culture. More than most. Your company is not the most competitive on the planet. It's your little bubble. Stop using this as an excuse. Do good work. If fact, do good work all the time. Worry about yourself. Compete with yourself. You'll be fine.

  3. My coworkers are trying to undermine me. People are not out to get you. They don't care about you, they care about themselves. It's not about you. Figure this out, and get on with your life.

  4. I didn't go to the right school, so I'll never get that big job. If you're insecure about your education, go back to school. Or get over it. Either way, you need to get past your thought that your education is holding you back. The most successful people I know went to very average schools or no school at all.

  5. There is an in-crowd at my company. If there is a click culture in your company who cares? We're all adults here. If you feel alienated then don't seek social affirmation at work. Get involved in a productive extracurricular activity with a social element. I love CrossFit. It's healthy, social, and supportive. You don't need your colleagues to feel part of the in-crowd. Create your own in-crowd.

  6. I don't live in the right city to pursue my dreams. Many great opportunities can happen remotely because of today's technologies. We live in a true global village. Ready to take the plunge and leave your current city? Head over to Jobbatical, and hit the road.

  7. I can't leave it all, I have a mortgage and a family, and roots. These are very real things. But at what cost are you trading for happiness? If your family loves you when you leave they will still see you. You create roots wherever you land. Mortgages aren't exclusive to your city. You can sell your home and change your life.

  8. I'm way too old for that, this generation laughs at guys/gals my age. I run a digital marketing agency. We work with demanding clients. They want to work with good people.

Good work trumps age every time. Be good at what you do, the rest will fall into place.

  1. I'm way too young for that, this is an old boy network. See #8.

  2. I don't have the time. This one makes me insane. Want more time? Stop binge watching TV shows.

Get up earlier, and stop saying you don't have time. You do. You don't have your priorities straight.

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Edward Alexander "The Howitzer"
about 2 years ago
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INTERVIEWS: (No. #8. Mistakes To Avoid) Personal Hygiene.

READ THIS PLEASE! (Small things can make a big difference.)

SCENARIO: Robert has been searching for a job for the last 18 months. He's sent resumes just about everywhere online, and he recently got an interview scheduled for 9:30AM on the 12th floor.

"Okay, I'm about 10 minutes early so let me get this last good puff off this cigarette before I head upstairs."

It's not Robert's fault, he doesn't know that once he walks into the interview room, he's going to spell like a "chimney" or a cigarette factory. Are there NON-SMOKERS on the panel?

Some things others may not tell you. It's not good to walk into the interview room smelling like yesterdays [day old cigarettes]. As good as you look in your appearance, you want to match that in "personal hygiene."

TURNKEY: If you really need that last puff, always bring some breath spray or mints to keep yourself smelling fresh!

I Believe You Can...!

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Edward Alexander "The Howitzer"
almost 2 years ago
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WINNING IN THE WORKFORCE? (Sometimes you have to kick-butt.) [IBYC]

Janette, how did you prepare for that breakthrough job?

Sometimes you have to wake-up in the morning with a MINDSET...(I'm Going To Kick-butt today.)

Here's my 10 - UNDENIABLE KICK-BUTT TIPS:

TIP #1. A supportive team of winners. (Rooting for me, telling me to...Go! Go! Go! Go! Go Janette!) TIP #2. A Positive Attitude: (Today, things are going to be different. I’m bringing my best A-Game.) TIP #3. Did I have my coffee? Or do I really need it. (Find out what gives you that morning perk.) TIP #4. Give off my butt and dance. (Dance to the music that gives you inspiration and spark.) TIP #5. Fire-off my seven resumes each day. (Ready, set, hit enter…they’re gone.) TIP #6. Schedule my follow-up action. (Stick to your agenda and follow-through.) TIP #7. Check my emails and text messages to confirm receipt of my resumes. (Sometimes your error reading may say “failed delivery.”) TIP #8. Be prepared to schedule my interview dates. (Are you a morning or afternoon person?)

TIP #9. Check my confidence level. (Your confidence level should be between 8-10 average.) TIP 10# Know my stuff, don't bluff and don't fluff with nonsense. (How you train, is what you gain.)

Follow-me. Learn, Lead, Believe and Achieve.

I Believe You Can...!

Target Audience: 3,000

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