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Britt Payne
2 days ago

When covid started, the President was suggesting that more people work from home. Now recently, all I see on TV are commercials with fat bastards laying on a beach and saying lines like, I don't need( xyz) cuz I'm working from home. Not to mention folders coffee commercials about not wearing pants on zoom. As i look around I see millennials RV-ing around the country like retired millionaires. When I look online for any work at home jobs, my inbox gets flooded with offers, but all of them are bait and hook to bring me to another rabbit hole. So I ask....where are all these jobs, can anyone give me ONE legit site that doesn't need a brain surgeon resume to be accepted for?

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Mikaela Ewing
1 day ago

I am looking for a stay at home job, I’m currently pregnant and it’s hard for me to work right now #workfromhome

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Janet Brady
2 days ago

There is a huge ramp in covid. I have two across the street and another son and 96-year-old mother 6 homes away with it. They are vaccinated so they say it's like a cold. It's the change of the season and people may just have a cold or the virous, I wonder how many people are vigilant about even getting tested. These people are out of the work force, they are not required to even get tested but they are responsible citizens and have done so. The public unvaccinated who work from home, who are self-employed who answer only to their maker are taking people's lives into their hands and do not respect the weak, frail, or very young to protect others. we all know them, many who disrespect not only their own health but the health of others. I now families divided who do not see sons, daughters, families because of this. We live in a sad world, that a shot can divide family unity, flesh and blood is catastrophic. These people refusing to get vaccinated and risking their Childrens lives who have no say is horrific. These viruses are here to stay in different formats and need to be addressed as to variants come into play. I am not nor can advise or predict or have any justification as to tell anyone what to do with your own bodies. Please get those boosters it's better for you and the community.

#coronavirus #healthcare #jobsearch #hiringevents #fulltime

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John Byrd
26 days ago

I worked for the same company for 12 years, I got sick with covid19 and it was like 3 weeks it took me to get past it but I still felt really bad, my doctor released me to go back to work so I did, my 3rd day back my roommate was diagnosed with covid19 and I thought he wasn't going to make it, he almost died but by grace of God he didn't. My boss told me that since my roommate was positive for covid19 I couldn't return to work until I had a negative test results to show him,in the beginning there was a shortage on test's and only people with positive results and 16 days of quarantine time could get tested, it took me a long time to be able to get tested but my boss said I couldn't come back until I had one so when I finally got a negative result (a couple of months later) I went back to work and that first morning back the owner came out of his office and started yelling at me saying I was gone that whole time by my own choice and when I tried to tell him that it was his son my supervisor that told me not to come back he said that I was lying so I said he should talk to his son cause he is wrong and I would go home and come back in the morning cause he had me very upset and I still wasn't feeling 100% he told me to hit the gate and don't bother coming back so I went home and filled for unemployment and I recieved unemployment from the state of Kentucky where I lived and worked for 12 years .I drew approximately $16,000 from unemployment and never had any trouble or heard from my exemployer the whole time and now all of a sudden they're saying that I quite and wasn't fired and Kentucky unemployment is saying that I have to pay all that back. 12 year's at the same job I should have had been able to draw it regardless, now I don't know what to do cause now I have medical problems and can't work, how am I supposed to pay back unemployment benefits when I should have been covered anyways. I don't know what to do, any suggestions?

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May delRosario
9 days ago

It is unethical and illegal for the employer to cancel an employee's health insurance without notification. How would you handle this situation after your employer notifies you 3 months later? #workfromhome #jobsearch #interview #application #hiringevents #coronavirus #deliverydriver #foodservices #warehouselogistics #ridesharedriver

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Ricky Bolton

It's a illegal it shouldn't have happened. I would notify HR and tell them the situation and ask the proper way to resolve the issue. I would ask them for direct personal to handle the individual concerns. I would follow the advice that they gave me to handle the situation on my end if possible.

It's a illegal it shouldn't have happened. I would notify HR and tell them the situation and ask the proper way to resolve the issue. I would ask them for direct personal to handle the individual concerns. I would follow the advice that they gave me to handle the situation on my end if possible.

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dbranlaw Muhammad

Sue!

Sue!

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Balaji Arya
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about 1 month ago

Since covid hit, work from home jobs have become super popular. But it also means you're isolated and not engaging with coworkers or customers in real life. Which is better for you, and why?

  • 👩🏼‍🍳Working in person
  • 🧑🏽‍💻 Working from home
  • 👇🏽 Comment below!

#jobsearch #workfromhome #watercooler

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Bernice Mbu

Work from home

Work from home

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working from home

working from home

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Janet Brady
3 days ago

I just got my second booster 5/24/22 I woke up with Swallen lymph Noids at injection site. I had heard of this when the shot came out but having 3 other injections, I thought it would not happen. Even with the extreme pain and large lump on my arm it's better to be safe than sorry. #coronavirus #wordsofadvice #jobsearch #interview #application

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