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Ronevin Chaco
1 day ago

The fact that I was able to learn about all the types of projects and process we do in each department was very informative and interesting. I loved being able to experience and try it out with my own hands with people who have had knowledge prior to mine. So they made it an easy step by step as to was I was doing and how's it change from time to time

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Charles Kersten
13 days ago

Do not work for him

When asked for my wages due he insulted me. Lol. Very mature. Classy. #ageism

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Jennifer Young
Community Specialist
19 days ago

Applicants required to prove COVID vaccination - what do you think?

Looks like some really larger employers are now requiring proof of a COVID vaccine to get hired or to work there. Do you think that's fair? #coronavirus #jobsearch #aboutmyjob

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Dawn Wray

A private business can require proof, vaccination status is not protected like age, race, etc. If you don't like it then it is probably not a company you would be happy at anyway.

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Joyce Browning

I think it's the right thing. There are other health and fitness requirements for many jobs, including vaccines for other diseases, so there is already a precedent for this.

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Adam ST
3 days ago

Best job ever had. Good pay. Overtime. And if work hard will give plenty of raises.

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Alan Sewell
3 days ago

I felt proud to work for #New Hanover County Schools when...

Loved the kids and colleagues. The Senior Staff is the most corrupt in the business.

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Harold CrazyThunder
2 days ago

I felt proud to work for #Investigative and security services when...

I was able to help serve the public, and to be apart of a great crew of security officers. I'm thankful for the bossman for giving me the opportunity to help him make his firm such a success. #employmentopportunities

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Patricia Fisherson
3 days ago

I felt proud to work for #City of Inglwood, Division of Building & Safety when...

I felt proud to work for #City of Inglewood, Division of Building & Safety every day. As Office Supervisor It was my goal to assist all customers and help resolve all problems. I made sure that my associates all shared my philosophy.

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Leaf Camptown
4 days ago

I felt proud to work for #Hey dude when...never.

Im a hard and dilligent worker, i hold much pride to that. As it turns out they ended up seeing that in me so a supervisor ended up giving me some certain special orders and jobs and ended up getting them out by myself. They spoke to me about some job offer, 'Director of operations'. dull as i am i just did what i had to do, weeks passed and it seemed bleek, so i just carried on. The owner of the company soon caught on, so we walked along the warehouse and he had me write notes on improvements, im always recreating myself so that was easy. They threw me around to about four different positions, wherever they needed me. Before i knew it i was doing the job of five plus men and when i asked for a raise, even if marginal i went for it. They just laughed and said it wasnt in my contract. Feeling used i just went back to doing the normal job as intended. One day i was doing some order to ship current things from that warehouse so they could ship it to the new one in las vegas. Break came along and the supervisor from L.V told me to just finish it up when i got back. I did such. After that day i guess some group leader got in trouble because..i have no idea but he was furious so they put the blame on me. i would make a deal of it and get some cash in my pocket for false accusations with true and accurate details but that job was just all over the place already. Im not delusional but myself and certain people really had that place rolling. I wasnt the only one that was used, it proved futile, the warehouse closed a month prior to my "insubordination". nonsense...

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Janice Reed
Community Specialist
26 days ago

What do YOU think is a reasonable minimum wage?

A few Philly restaurants are hiking their minimum wage to $15/hour, even though the rest of the city and state are not. Some folks say it's the difference between a job and career. What do you think the minimum wage should be?

#Philadephia #Pennsylvania #minimumwage #aboutmyjob

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Jeralann Douglas

$12.00

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Miguel Rivera

$18 per hour

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Linda Mullins
4 days ago

The customers who were repeat customers. The management team and fellow associates. I really loved everything there.

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