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We are a positive community for sharing your advice on managing the Coronavirus in your work-life. Help and advice are welcome; please be kind and keep it to the facts.
Yiming Shuang
Community Specialist
2 days ago

Feeling anxious at work?

Are you feeling anxious at work lately? Or do you feel that your coworkers have been more tense or sensitive? A study examines the post-COVID anxiety, uncertainty and irritability at the workplace. We are seeing lots of members talking about their fears and anxieties as well. What are your tips to cope with stress?

Here are a few suggestions to consider:

Do you feel stressed lately? How do you cope with it or how do you want to be supported?

#shareyourthoughts

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Kailani Roman
about 6 hours ago

Getting a job to support myself and family

i rlly need a job i am 13 i will do about anything i’m a good babysitter/great with kids. I’d wash dishes in a restaurant i can be a janitor and sweep and mop i can do about everything and anything. I also respect the mask code for covid-19. #application #coronavirus #firstjob #hiringevents

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stephanie gray
about 22 hours ago

I would tell first time job seekers...

Most people are looking for jobs that pay well. If you are seeking employment for the first time, I suggest that you look for an opportunity! There are many opportunities that can lead you to make a lot more $ and become a life long career. Take into consideration what happened this past year with the Pandemic. Many people lost their jobs because of establishments that closed down or went out of business. Think into the future. I work from home in Financial Services and make way more $ than I ever have in the corporate world. Keep an open mind and look into the endless opportunities that are available to work remotely or from home. Sadly, so many people in society have closed minds and have no idea they could be passing up the opportunity of a lifetime. Do your research before you accept a job offer that may not have anything in store for you for the future. #workfromhome #wordsofadvice #motivation #LifeInsuranceAgentsLife #FinancialServices #BeYourOwnBoss #EntrepenuersLife #LeadershipDevelopment

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Peng Yang
1 day ago

I'm just a hard working american citizen who have gone through alot of struggles especially struggles like getting tooken advantage of my great work ethics for a low pay even though I have a G.E.D and some college courses in business and administration plus a few credits in accounting but I have a felony on my background so just being honest, and that was when I was younger in my early 20's, and now I'm 34 year's of age and have 2 kids, a boy and a girl age 13 both because their twins. Im looking for a job that has great benefits, bonuses and the whole 9 yard. I'm starting to get tired of making minimum wage pay when I am a very experienced worker and there's nothing under the sun that I haven't done before including scrubbing toilet's for a living. And I pretty much can do anything under the sun and all it takes is for someone to show me how to do it once or twice. I don't mind getting my hand ditry as long as the pay is negotiable and legal. Since the pandemic started I've been let go from 3 jobs that wasn't my fault and did not get compensated for from unemployment when I was one of the hardest workers there. Why I say that is because when people were standing around I will grab the broom and sweep the whole Warehouse and take all the garbage out while people just stand there and talk and wait for time to go home. I am not that type of person. When there's nothing to do I find something to do that's just the type of worker I am that's why I feel like I get taken advantage of when I work my hardest and the pay rate don't meet my expectations or I am not getting paid legally the way a hard-working tax paying American citizen would be getting paid. Nowadays employees take advantage of you because of the situation that you are in. For example, being out of prison for a couple years and trying to better yourself, and being homeless, having a felony on your record from 2015, the way you look, and there's more things I can find but you kind of get the picture. A lot of people judge folks on their past and not their present condition. If someone in my position got one chance to prove that he is a great worker and honest and don't cheat and don't lie and don't steal kind of worker then employers would really appreciate the kind of employees like me and I'm pretty sure there's others like me out there I'm not speaking for just myself but there are a few like me and of course everyone is different but the way I do things is different to other average people but anyways this is my post and my first time on this app so I don't know what will happen from here on out but I'm looking for a delivery driver job, 10 years and forklift experience, one year and maintenance of property, a lot of years in assembly line, general warehouse, pick packing RF scan gun, front desk receptionist taking payments for people renting hotels or motels, basically everything under the sun like I said in the beginning so hopefully there's a great opportunity for me somewhere out there to show that coming from the very bottom don't mean you have to stay at the bottom like most and give up. You can still strive and motivate yourself and be successful just like any other millionaire only if you really put your mind to it and believe in yourself and have hope and faith in God. Thanks for your time!

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jocelyn rivera
2 days ago

I’m looking for a job that can help me succeed

Due to the pandemic I lost passion in my job and everything I was under depression and all anxiety but now that I’m willing to go back I’m ready to work with people interact more with people learn about themselves more be a great team worker and succeeding in what I do

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Randall Hatcher
3 days ago

Old company was dirty, independent

I've landed as an ASM at a Tractor Supply. Extremely good pay. I've been in retail 10 years, 6 of that is running successful stores as a manager. I was fired from Bob and Jeff's Grocery Outlet after being infected with covid. Within 3 weeks I was demoted, then suspended, then terminated without reason. What read on my term papers were "lack of business." Never got an explanation of why. Then were in my new store asking what it would take to get me back. I said you can't afford me.

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Elyssa Duncan
Community Specialist
4 months ago

What are you thankful for?

Happy #ThankfulThursday friends!

Today, I'm especially thankful for my coworkers, friends, and family who have supported me so much throughout this #Coronavirus craziness.

Especially thankful for my Community Team fam! @Ashley Wilson @Lenin Pina @Kai Dickerson @Heath Alva @Michael Frash @Eleana Bowman @Tricia Hendrix @Lawrence White @Paul Baker @Jennifer Young

It's been a loooong 16 months since we've been sent home to work remotely. I couldn't have done it without my support system!!!

What are YOU thankful for? Share in the comments!

#watercooler #shareyourthoughts

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Connie flores

I'm thankful for waking up to beautiful day and thankful to God 🙏 that I'm having second chance to do life with new start.

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Angeles Ruiz

Thanks for contacting me and considerando me to work whith you

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