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Tricia Hendrix
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over 6 months ago

Governor Doug Ducey today announced “Arizona Back To Work” — Arizona’s plan to support Arizonans getting back to work, and fill the thousands of jobs available across the state.

Governor Ducey announced Arizona will no longer be taking the Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation, and instead will offer one-time bonuses to returning workers, along with child care support, educational opportunities and rental assistance.

“In Arizona, we’re going to use federal money to encourage people to work…instead of paying people not to work,” Governor Ducey said.

As the Arizona Republic has reported, many employers report they are having trouble competing with the federal government’s unemployment payments, which are paying individuals more to stay home and not work than to find a job.

Arizona will offer a $2,000 Back To Work bonus for eligible workers — with a goal of getting as many Arizonans as possible to rejoin the workforce by Labor Day, September 6, 2021.

With this new program, Arizona will stop taking the federal government’s pandemic unemployment benefits effective Saturday, July 10. Arizona will also provide support for unemployed individuals seeking to upskill their careers with adult education programs as well as additional child care opportunities.

“With ample supplies of the COVID-19 vaccine on hand and millions of Arizonans vaccinated, people feel safer and are finally returning to life in Arizona as we knew and loved it before,” said Governor Ducey. “People are back in the office, restaurants are at full capacity and tourists are flocking to our state.”

“Although more people are ready to work today in Arizona than before the pandemic, many businesses are struggling to fill vital positions,” the Governor added. “We cannot let unemployment benefits be a barrier to getting people back to work.”

Governor Ducey’s Back To Work program will help individuals transition from unemployment to a new job, and ensure those currently receiving unemployment have support available to help them in this critical step forward.

#Arizona #Mesa #coronavirus #covid #news

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Tricia Hendrix
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over 6 months ago

It’s been more than a year since the Disneyland resort’s three hotels and two theme parks closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic, and Shevlin can think of little else but resuming her old job at the Anaheim resort.

Her yearning is not just about the steady paycheck. “What I miss the most is the human contact,” said the 32-year Disneyland veteran, who lives alone with her cat. “I’m ready to put on my uniform.”

With Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park set to open Friday, Disney employees who have been rehired and those who are waiting to return to the House of Mouse say they’re eager to reunite with co-workers and will be relieved to be added back to the Disney payroll.

“My work is what always keeps me going,” said Saturnino Beltran, a 22-year Disneyland veteran, who recently returned to his job at the Disneyland Central Bakery, where the resort’s baked goods are made.

“I do think it is now safe for workers to return to the parks,” said Austin Lynch, a union organizer at Unite Here Local 11, which represents hotel and food service workers at the resort.

That’s not how Lynch and many Disney workers felt last June when Disney announced plans to reopen amid a rise in coronavirus cases.

California kept the parks closed until this spring.

Many returning workers say they have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and those who have already started to work at the parks say the staffers are taking the safety rules seriously.

More workers will be hired once state health guidelines allow the parks to increase attendance, Disney representatives say.

Would you be ready to go back to OR work at a large theme park?

#California #Anaheim #Disneyland #Disney #customerservice #coronavirus #covid

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Tricia Hendrix
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over 6 months ago

As we know and have learned, connections are VERY important to your career and/or job search.

According to CNBC, 80% of jobs are filled through personal and professional connections. With 35% of those surveyed revealing that a casual conversation has led to a new opportunity.

Read more about the importance of staying connected.

However, COVID and socially distancing has made building/maintaining connections a bit tough.

Check out these 3 things in this video that you can do to maintain your connections!

#Connections #coronavirus #covid #jobsearch

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Jake Anderson
over 6 months ago

Ive been abused and extorted at my job if i dont wanna be the blame guy or slave all day without a break or be the assend of every joke ive lost 10 hrs and been written up 12 times alll with no reason behind if you seen what went down ive been treated like this ever since i got out of prison in 2013 and ive never been introuble besides that im not a bad person at all i was lost and misplaced when i got locked up i shouldnt have to pay for it the rest of my life and my daughter does deserve any backfire from it because of me thats not fair i need help can someone help me before i end up homeless Nd dont have anything left these ppl need to be put in their place #foodservices #advice #harassment #covid #stressful

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Ashley Wilson

This is an interesting question to ponder. I am sure birds had bad days too, but they are probably just excited to sing. I know I am NOT a morning person, but birds apparently are : )

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Lawrence White
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over 6 months ago

FEMA is looking to fill various positions to help respond to and fight COVID-19.

Explore all the new FEMA COVID-19 hiring opportunities and apply online today at FEMA - COVID-19 jobs at USAJobs

Job opportunities include...

  • Nurse
  • Case Manager
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Important! - FEMA jobs are highly competitive so please take time to carefully review the job description for each job you are interested in to ensure you meet all the employment qualification requirements before you submit your online application.

Learn more about FEMS's qualification and hiring process at FEMA - COVID-19 - How to Apply

Not sure where your skills and previous work experience fit in? Discover all the FEMA employment options at Position Types and Hiring Paths at FEMA

If you decide to apply for this exciting job opportunity, make sure to include an optimize resume with your online application.

Doing this will significantly improve your application rating and increase your probability to get called in for an interview.

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Feel free to reach right back to us on this post if you have any questions before you apply. Thanks & Good Luck!

#FEMA #hiringnews #jobsearch #COVID-19 NationWideUSA #healthcare #engineering #technology

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Santa BELIZAIRE H
over 6 months ago

#strongertogether #career #covid #jobsearchlosangeles #goodwill I have good dreams for the community.

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Hi @deleted user ! That is a great question. I am a hands-on learner, so when I was in training to become a bartender, I had a really great mentor who would have me practice all the drinks with mock bottles (they were emptied out bottles filled with water) so that I could get used to pouring at different weights and could learn my "counts" of pours so I could get quicker and more accurate. It was very helpful and I thought it was a unique way to train instead of just memorizing words from a piece of paper. What about you?

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