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Not getting interest from recruiters when submitting you job applications? This topic supports those currently looking for work by providing tips and tricks concerning the application process.
Joseph Boudoin
1 day ago

I filled out a bunch of applications and I still have no job!

How do I land a job with this job case.com are any other job search?

#motivation

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Kathy Zywiec
3 days ago

JOB FAIR - June 2, 2021

JOB SEEKERS WHERE ARE YOU? EMPLOYERS ARE HIRING NOW, RIGHT NOW. Don’t miss out on a great job opportunity – paycheck, benefits, experience! JOB FAIR June 2, 2021 1-4 p.m. Comfort Inn & Suites 7007 Grover St. Omaha Employers will be present and hiring. Now is the time to sell yourself! Bring plenty of resumes, wear a smile, be prepared. Wear a FACE MASK PLEASE. You can find great jobs today. Go to www.jobfairsNebraska.com JOBS board. Click on the JOBS tab and see all the employers who have jobs posted on the site. Click on the company you are interested in and you will be directed right to their open job postings. Fast, easy and great jobs! June 2, 2021 will be a face-to-face traditional hiring event. Go to website for details.

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Lawrence White
Community Specialist
2 days ago

Amazon to hire 75,000 workers and pay $100 bonus if they have Covid vaccine!!

Timely Hiring Incentive!! Amazon just announced plans to hire up to 75,000 workers across its warehouse and delivery network in the US. The company will also offer a $100 bonus to new warehouse and transportation hires who show proof of their COVID-19 vaccination.

Amazon claims new jobs will offer a $17 per hour average starting pay!

Interested?

  • Use the links below to search for local job opportunities and submit your completed online application today for immediate consideration.

Amazon Hiring Opportunities:

#Amazon #hiringnews #jobsearch #fulltime #parttime #coronavirus #warehouse #deliverydriver #entrylevel #NationWideUSA

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Christie Toledo
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Larren Park

For Christie. The most important thing to remember about a Customer Service position is the job itself is about delivering your best possible service with every customer interaction, you must be a good listener, don't anticipate what someone will say even if you heard it a hundred times before, be yourself and you must always remember that when you have a SMILE on your face it comes through on the telephone just the same when you have a frown. That really is the challenge in the times in which we are living. It took me a year to secure a job where I worked for nearly 18 years only to lose it due to COVID. If it's a company you really feel strongly about working for, don't give up! Keep positive, each time I got a rejection letter I would send a thank you note for their consideration even though it resulted in a rejection letter and that I would continue to apply. As soon as there was a position that more closely matched my skill set I was granted an interview and hired. With every company measuring every little thing it's important to remember that being consistent with customer interactions is something that even though the length of the call is being measured, you cannot accurately measure superior customer service but you CAN surely judge for yourself whether or not you gave 100% to every customer. And realize that we cannot always satisfy everyone but we certainly must do our very best to be our very best each and every day. Stay positive and remember to smile even if it hurts ha ha! Best of luck to you Christie. LDP

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Desiree Howard

You have to be comfortable in your own skill believe in what your selling and have all the knowledge. Builds trust with your clients makes them want to continue to deal with you and remember people are always having a bad day. They are mad at the situation not you! Good luck

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Dwayne Hodges
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Shayna Resnick

costumer service skills

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Donna Baron

I gave up applying for them.hour long applications with no response. I even spoke to a manager and he had me apply on the computer in the store and nothing! Screw them!

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Jennie Devine
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Tami Hensley

Not hard at all

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robert turner

Not hard at all they always have need for housekeepers this time of year

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David Hill

A few days. They probably doing background and license check. After they complete it, and it checks out then they'll call you

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Sharel Cook

Like a week

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Vera Osei
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Elyssa Duncan

Hi @Vera Osei - when preparing for your interview at TSA, here are some suggestions:

  • Come prepared. Before your scheduled interview, do your research on the company by visiting their website, specifically the "about us" page. It's important to find out as much as you can about the job and the company itself. This includes its history, products, achievements, etc. Be prepared to talk about these things during your interview. It will help you prepare to answer interview questions about the organization as well as help you craft questions to ask the interviewer.

  • Dress to impress. Be sure to look the part! Shower, shave and use minimal cologne/perfume. You want to look professional and ready for the responsibility of a new job. For ladies, dress pants and a nice blouse are always a great option. And for men, khakis and a polo is a perfect interview outfit. Don't wait until the last minute to pick out your outfit. Make sure your clothes are ready to go the night before and are stain-free and wrinkle-free. Check out these tips on what to wear to an interview!

  • Plan ahead. You’ll want to arrive for your interview about 10 minutes before your start time, so plan accordingly! If you are taking public transportation, be sure you know the exact route and how long it will take. If you’re driving, confirm there is parking available and if not, find out what the options are.

  • Smile and make eye contact. Remember to breathe, smile, and make eye contact with the person who is interviewing you. At the beginning and end of the conversation, stand and offer a firm, confident handshake! And of course, thank them on the way out.

  • Follow up. Following up lets the employer know you are serious, reminds them of who you are, and keeps the hiring process moving along. Send a thank-you note/email immediately after an interview. This is a little common courtesy and helps your name stand out! Within the next few business days, follow up with a call or email. See what to say in your follow-up here!

Good luck! Let us know how it goes.

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John Watson
1 day ago

We are hiring a customer service representative to manage customer queries and complaints. You will also be asked to process orders, modifications, and escalate complaints across a number of communication channels.

Maintaining a positive, empathetic, and professional attitude toward customers at all times. Responding promptly to customer inquiries. Communicating with customers through various channels. Acknowledging and resolving customer complaints. Knowing our products inside and out so that you can answer questions. Processing orders, forms, applications, and requests. Keeping records of customer interactions, transactions, comments, and complaints. Communicating and coordinating with colleagues as necessary. Providing feedback on the efficiency of the customer service process. Managing a team of junior customer service representatives. Ensure customer satisfaction and provide professional customer support. Customer Service Representative Requirements: High school diploma, general education degree, or equivalent. Ability to stay calm when customers are stressed or upset. Comfortable using computers. Experience working with customer support.

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Dustin everett
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Mark Matthews

Check Allied Universal is always hiring. Security professionals. They pay for training.

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Scott dastardly Yeti 55 Newman

I've been security for over 9 years and I've never had any college experience for nothing I came in off the street

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