My manager is unpredictable--he takes his anger out on his coworkers, myself included. It makes our office a hostile environment. I don't want to speak up since he is my supervisor, but I hate coming to work. Anyone have experience with this?
I’ve been a seasonal fulfillment associate at Amazon for about two months now. So far so good, Everyone goes out of their way to help and encourage each other.
On the first day, I thought to myself, what did I get myself in to? It was quite overwhelming, but by the end of day 2 of my shift, I realize I was creating a second family. The energy, motivation, and determination to get the job done helped me to push through the hours. Even though it’s seasonal, now I’m thinking I might want to transition into part-time. It’s interesting that what was once, just a job to make extra cash is now what I look forward to in my daily work life.
my coworker plays loud obnoxious offensive music at the office. No one else seems to mind except myself. Most of the songs are very vulgar and make me uncomfortable. and its played so loud that it fills up the whole office space. How can I approach my coworker without sending out a passive aggressive email?
Will anyone feel comfortable working for someone who is the manger of your department that have a record of petty theft and larceny this lady comes in every day and the folks in the department just look at her hide their wallets and talk behind her back. What you all think.
Does Calhoun, Ga Office Depot Have An issue with hiring African Americans or Do You Have to have inside help as the rest of Calhoun to get a stable or any kind of job here?
I went on call at my other part time job to accept a full time position at another company. I started this new job three weeks ago and absolutely hate it! I just don't think this environment is for me and team work is non existent. Should I just call my other job I went on call for and drop this one? Or just continue applying for jobs while sucking up this one? Also, during a future interview what's the best way to explain why I'm leaving this job professionally? Any advice is helpful, thanks!
I have a Bachelors in Science and am a licensed Veterinary Technician. I love the job. I'm passionate about it. However, I have found it difficult to find a place to work where employees are respected and nourished by the employer. It seems to be a trend in the veterinary field, or at least that has been my experience. I have searched everywhere that is within a reasonable distance from me and can find nothing else. I'm almost to the point of changing careers in the hopes of finding something better. I really just don't know what direction to take. I could go back to school and get a masters in Biology and maybe have more options, or do something completely different. However, I wouldn't want to end up in school for another 4 yrs. I guess I want a quicker fix. And right now, moving doesn't seem feasible.
MPL was a wonderful experience. I worked my way from floor nurse to charge nurse to supervisor of a 340 bed facility. I was given the opportunity to care for clients with a wide range of challenges. I was given the chance to be a part of management and assist in partnering with hospitals improve the outcome of cardiac and rehab clients.
I don't believe people leave bad jobs but rather bad bosses and owners. It's been my experience that in order to run a business successfully you not only have to have a great team of employees but a great boss and/or owner that truly appreciated their employees. For without this people who can be amazing assets are pushed away and told they are not good enough, or that they can never succeed in life because they are not worth it, these people are never going to know their worth and will eventually believe the lie because they have been so broken they no longer believe in themselves.