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Tara Trawick
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over 6 months ago

I got offered 2 jobs again the same time. One pays $32/h where the other pays $17/h. However, the $32/h is at a prestigious company but the contract is only 6 months long. Where the other is a 6 month contract with possibly being hired permanently. What would you choose? # #jobsearch #wordsofadvice #advice #contract #tempagency

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Nannette Bryan
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Longevity is better

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Mank Stogner
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I agree with pamela

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James Rogers
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over 6 months ago

A LOL moment #Contract Transportation Service

You can`t have all no time but just a little bit sometime

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Rick Hernandez
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Some people lack drive but only if there is a way around it

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patti Gilroy
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I know right I have had several interviews and didn’t get the job I was beginning to think it was me

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Susan Walker
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over 6 months ago

The other day, my old employer contacted me to offer me a four month temp contract. I said “Thanks, but no thanks”. Later that night, I was looking on Indeed and noticed a whole bunch of 4 month contracts now. It used to be 6 months plus. What the heck is up with four month temp contract now? How in the world does an employer expect you to come in there, learn the job perfect-fully and complete the project in four months? Better yet, who would want to put that on their resume? Four months isn’t even enough time to get your butt warm in the chair. Seriously, that’s insane and I hope no one takes these jobs. They may promise to extend those contracts or convert them to full time, but anyone who has worked one of jobs knows that’s a lie.

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William Scott Thomas
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over 6 months ago

Elected officials breached my contract illegally. I need a great lawyer or law firm who specializes in litigation and Civil Rights. Pro bono attorneys hard to find, contingency method for fees would be great. Half million dollar contract broken. Police misconduct followed as retaliation. Need a section 1983 civil rights lawsuit.

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DigitalArtist Jay
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over 6 months ago

I just wanted to let everyone know it is possible to get a job! But you need to stay positive because there might be a long road ahead! It took me over 8 months and sending out over 100 resumes, but I finally have a new job! I am so excited, and it shows in my work ethic. This particular job is a 6-month contract job to possible hire. This job is not the position I was originally looking for, however i am qualified to do it. A recruiter contacted me and asked if I wanted to do this type of work again. So i said yes!

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Imran Sheik
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over 6 months ago

We’re always looking for energetic, talented individuals to be a part of the TEKWISSEN ® team. Apply today for one of our exciting job opportunities.

We are hiring a Cust Contract Admin Analyst 2 for one of the clients located in Vernon Hills, IL USA 60061.

Description: The analyst is accountable for distributor chargeback processing within US Commercial Contract Operations. This will be successfully accomplished through collaborative relations with external and internal business partners and administration of best practices surrounding chargeback operations and associated policies. Candidates must have strong communication, technical, and organizational skills and be accountable for achieving key metrics. This position will embrace standard procedures, utilize systems and tools effectively, and practice sound analytical judgment to drive efficient and accurate chargeback processing. The analyst will quarterback monthly operations with distributors, contract execution, and contract membership teams, facilitating regular collaboration calls including file processing status updates, key metric reporting, and action log follow-up.

Interested? Kindly send resumes to Imran.s@tekwissen.com.

Skills: #Contract #Billing #Customer #Technical #Analyst #Chargeback

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Doug Dixon
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over 6 months ago

Closing a contract

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ETHEL SALMON
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over 6 months ago

I was a Fed Govt contractor before the furlough. My boss asked me to sign a Non compete for 2 years - right smack dab in the middle of this shutdown....or not renew my contract. What was I to do??? I havent made a cent not one penny since the shutdown and I have 30 years in my industry....so why kick someone when they are already down...how am I to feed my family, work , pay my bills...so I told her I wasn't going to sign it....I needed to work and pay bills - she even asked for my Fed Govt ID ( you know they are donating food, offering zero interest loans, deferring your bill payments, etc) - BUT YOU MUST SHOW YOUR FED GOVT ID!!!!!!! I am now looking for a jib...interviewing with the competition tomorrow ( the have a commercial non Fed Govt dept) I spoke with the SBA and they said what she is doing is not illegal - only unethical.

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