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Melinda Leonard
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over 6 months ago

I enjoyed Walmart I made good money and benefits I worked for a great team i never had a problem management was wonderful

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It's Your Time "Believe and Achieve"
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#8. MAJOR DON'Ts TO AVOID IN LIFE: Beating Up Yourself. [IBYC]

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

Over the years, people are known for beating up themselves because they did not graduate from college. It needs to stop because you still have values and greatness within.

FACT: Everyone doesn't have the money to attend college, rather, you do have the MOMENTUM to conquer other challenges. Right?

BEATINGS are the self-imposed punishments and assaults you inflict upon yourself, because you feel less than the status quo standards.

Can you name at least three persons who are millionaires today, yet, they don't have a college degree? I can too.

RESOLVE: At-all-cost, avoid "Beating Up Yourself" and learn to heal properly. Then, everything else will fall-in-place.

Take this serious.

I Believe You Can...!

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As a Medical Customer Service Representative. You'll help answer Customer questions via phone and make sure they are connected with the appropriate representatives to receive the resources and care they need.

SYKESHome provides remote jobs within the footprint of a global company, a team of more than 55,000 employees serving major brands around the world. Recently, SYKESHome was named #8 on the list of the Top 100 Companies for Remote Jobs (to work for) by Flex Jobs. - Sykes Careers

Sykes Employee Benefits Include:

  • Full-time schedules (40 hours/week)
  • 100% paid training
  • Full benefits package including medical, dental, vision and life insurance
  • Company-matched 401(k) retirement plan
  • Paid time off
  • Tuition reimbursement up to $5,250 annually (after just one year of employment)

Ready to learn more about this job and apply? Go to https://jobs.sykes.com and get all the details.

Application Tips:

  • 1 - Use the application link in this post for immediate access to the company’s job description page.

  • 2 - Carefully review the job description and make sure you qualify for the most important skills and experience the job posting identifies.

  • 3 - Address key requirements in the job description and highlight your training and experience that directly apply.

  • 4 - Finally, apply, apply, apply. These job are highly competitive right now and attract a large number of applicants. Submit your online application as soon as possible before the jobs fill up or the job postings close.

#hiringnews #workfromhome #jobsearch #Healthcare #NationWideUSA

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Anthony Jones
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over 6 months ago

Best Job I ever had & all 13yrs were very much appreciated. If it wasn't for the pandemic/virus & parents needing my support I'd still be with my other family at Dv#5. Through the good, bad, & ugly... I miss all my co-worker's... God Bless Y'all! & thanks MTA for being apart of my life & keeping safe, healthy & humble. Dv's 5,6,7 & #8 helped my soul.. & Gateway Plaza too....??!

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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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It's Your Time "Believe and Achieve"
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I'm telling you the truth...

-Folks, as the CEO of the company, each one of you is/are empowered to bring the best quality of candidates on-board. Therefore, you are my eyes, ears and mouth when you speak.

With that being said, here are the 14 characteristics that were looking for in the next candidate that walks through these doors: (With no exceptions.) A person who is a...

#1. Thinker. #2. Communicator. #3. Creative. #4. Disciplined. #5. Enthusiastic. #6. ____________. #7. _______________. #8. _______________. #9 _____________.

In addition, they should be able to Tell their story!

That's what were looking for to get us to the next level.

I Believe You Can...!

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Julie @
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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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It's Your Time "Believe and Achieve"
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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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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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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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