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Jacquelyn Bristol
over 6 months ago

Go the other way

Horrible place to work ... Storage is very old the district manager overdosed and was found dead staff in corporate office kept it a secret only told ppl who they felt mattered it’s family owned so it’s their way or NO way and if Janine feels you can do her job better than her she will manipulate your work turn over rate is high

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shane wedig
over 6 months ago

My biggest challenge I overcame at work was...

The biggest challenge for myself was being from the valley and now working in a small town in the international border. Being I don't speak Spanish it made it a little more difficult to communicate at times, but you find a way regardless. Everybody understands kindness in any language.

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Stephanie K
over 6 months ago

When you don't like your job..

Everyone has had a job they didn't like at least once or twice. If you ask 10 people if they like their job, more than half would say they didn't. So I ask, if you don't like your job, how can you work and do it well? We all need money and in order to get it, this means we are doing something we don't like doing and therefore are unhappy.

Some people can afford to quit their jobs, I know I've done it. I was unhappy with my boss who was screwing me around with my hours. He made me felt like he didn't value my time or myself as an employee. So I quit, used my money in savings to get by a couple of months and found something else.

So what if you are one of the majority of people who need work? Day after day, often doing something you don't love doing? You can't afford to quit, and you may not even know what you want to do and what will really make you happy and satisfied.

If you find yourself in this situation, there are a few thing you can do to bring happiness and satisfaction into your life.

You can decide to excel in your job and do everything to get promoted. (Focusing on your mind in your job in this way can make it easier to bear it, and who knows, you might start liking it)

Wake up early and meditate or exercise for 20-30 minutes before heading to work

You continue working but at the same time, find time to learn a new skill.

Read inspiring quotes that will keep you inspired and make you feel better about your workday.

Find something you love doing in your free time. This will be the highlight of your day and something to look forward to.

If you can take breaks at work - exercise or take a walk.

Try to do the same work in a different way - if possible, change your routine.

If you really want to change your life, continue working but use creative visualization and affirmations. I have found that these are great mental tools that can change your life.

Learn to change your attitude toward your work and toward the people who work with you. This isn't easy but if you make the decision, you will eventually get results. Resentment and unhappiness hurts your health and is unnecessary. With a change of attitude, you will feel better and stop hating or resenting your job.

These are just a few things I've done and that you can do when you don't like your job. I hope they help you, or at least open your mind to other ways or things that you can do.

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Pam Neighbors
over 6 months ago

They are a top notch company with excellent benefits. It is my experience you need to constantly communicate with the manager to make sure you are meeting their expectations. Make sure you are being properly trained. When you ask for notes and they say you will get it, with out slowing down and making them give you the steps. You will not get it. They do not give you time to adjust to their ways of doing things before they decide you are not worth it and move on to the next candidate. (Just get expectations in writing)

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BARBARA MCKEE
over 6 months ago

Henry Ford Health System is a family oriented environment. It affords its employees growth opportunities, flexibility with work schedules, excellent benefits and, an overall sense of warmth and pride.

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Carlie Stanco
over 6 months ago

Jobs for introverts

I'm someone who has autisim (well asperbergs) and anxiety, I'm also a introvert who hates group projects and small talk (specifically phone calls). Is there any type of job that doesn't have to deal with those 3 things? Just curious.

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Melvin Jones
over 6 months ago

Good place to work manager staff was real good at keep employees happy

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Kelly Rolph
over 6 months ago

I went and weld tested yesterday,welded great got good feedback.but didn't get the job because of a cultural gap.wtf does that even mean.

Hhhh I went and weld tested yesterday,welded great got good feedback.but didn't get the job because of a cultural gap.wtf does that even mean.

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Cavan Hackett
over 6 months ago

Good company

Good company

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Lynette Lawrence
over 6 months ago

My coworkers they where caring.

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