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Philip Green
about 1 month ago

l use to be able to walk upstairs on my hands. #jobsearch #culturefit

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Lenin Pina
Community Specialist
over 6 months ago

Why Work Here?

At UnitedHealth Group, our work environments are shaped by the people who bring their best selves to our mission to help people live healthier lives and make the health care system work better for everyone.

Our approach to community involvement, inclusion and diversity, and social responsibility is on display wherever our employees live and work. The impact is recognized in a variety of ways including quality and access to health care, optimizing effectiveness of the health system, and reducing our carbon footprint.

If you thrive in a high performance, high accountability environment—where our values shape the pursuit of our mission—this is truly a place where you can do your life's best work. Discover your next employment opportunity at https://careers.unitedhealthgroup.com

#UniteHealth #CultureFit #HiringEvents #Fulltime #Healthcare

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Tim Coulter
4 months ago

What I loved most about working at Lockheed Martin was being surrounded by such good people; intelligent, kind, helpful, and supportive. I also loved that I could come in every day and learn something new. All challenges I had encountered were resolved by diligence, teamwork, and ownership. I never faced the same challenge twice. #culturefit #mythoughts #utilities #inspiration #manufacturing #design #engineering #teamwork

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Paul Baker

@C Leb from what I found online people like the work culture at the NYC Department of Education. Keep in mind it does depend on the role you would be working in while there. What position are you considering applying for at the NYC Department of Education? I can't tell from your Jobcase profile because it isn't filled out. A good idea is for you to fill out your Jobcase profile. As you fill out your profile we're able to better personalize your site experience, when you fill out your work history we're able to send you jobs that match your experience and with a personal profile picture on the site potential employers have a better chance of finding you. Also, a filled out profile on the site automatically creates a professional resume template that you can download and get a head start on creating your own.

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Nancy Christofferson
4 months ago

Do what makes you happy

Find a career that makes you feel good because your going to spend more time with your career on a daily basis than you do with your family! Make it worth your time and effort. #culturefit

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karima marshall
over 6 months ago

Computer systems going down several times a a day and u sit there bored for hrs. until they send u home w/o pay. pay checks short frequently and people fighting in the workplace and still have a job. They don't care who they hire.

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Andrew Foley
over 6 months ago

Managing Change

My dream job has turned into a nightmare! I got hired as an alarm installation and service technician about a year ago for a national alarm security company. The job was somewhat of a risky career change for me because I had never worked a job that required me to be out in the field all day but the hands on technical experience and office space freedom ended up being a surprisingly perfect fit to my workplace personality. This summer the company introduced some sales initiatives for the field techs. No real individual sales goals were assigned at the time just an opportunity to earn some extra cash with commissions and an opportunity to compete for a end of summer paid weekend getaway bonus to the top sales tech. I didn’t win the trip but I did manage to keep my sales consistently good over the summer. The sales initiative did so well for the company that they decided to implement team sales goals as a permanent field tech job duty. Being that I had the best sales results on my team over the summer I’ve been given the highest sales goals. The last few months have been a struggle trying to meet those sales goals. My entire focus has shifted from Technicals to Sales which I’m not at all happy about. Talked to my supervisor and he’s concerned about forcing higher sales goals on the other tenured techs with terrible sales results. My success shouldn’t be a burden. I don’t want to quit or get fired for insubordination but I desperately want out of this arrangement. Anyone have any experience with this or suggestions?

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over 6 months ago

Communications Professional

It's definitely hard to figure out what to do next. I landed two jobs in 2016, but they were horrible fits -- absolutely horrible. I don't want to experience this ever again.

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Stacie Nelson
over 6 months ago

Not fitting in

I worked for this awesome carefacility company for a few days and loved it. But then suddenly i was let go, because i didnt fit in as they put it. I am seeing this more and more. I am over 55 and struggling to work to make ends meet. The thing is you do your job, follow the job description to the letter, make every client happy and then pow Why is this.

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Jonaua Hodge
over 6 months ago

Security Guard

I love the company as a whole, there were/are a few problems here an there in regards to paychecks, and getting paid on time, but overall the people are awesome.

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