My florida unemployment or UIbenifits is a joke. My case has been pending a issue for months. I have completed all issues that needed to be resolved. I have done everything I'm supposed to. I have plenty of credits left but I cannot get paid. I cannot reach anyone on the phone there is no body to talk to and I have no way of finding out what the hell is going on. What are my options how in the heck can I get the issue resolved and get the money I am intitled to resolved quickly? The only issue I've had has been basically hired but then let go again over stupid politics. Dumb stuff really. Nonetheless was fired so I'm eligible but I cannot get my benefits paid what are my options what the hell can I do? What other options are out there for me to apply for? Everything I go to seems to be a scam or not legitimate or you need to pay them first which we know is not legit. very very frustrated what's out there for us ? #florida
This position will provide virtual training and a temporary work from home option due to COVID-19. The role is based in our Orlando location.
In this role, you will serve as a customer advocate when researching, responding or interpreting company procedures or policies with the ultimate goal of delighting our valuable customers.
Excellent communication skills are needed as you review and process incoming phone calls, emails, and letters and as you respond to customers either on the phone or via written communications.
I'm just giving a little update on my job search so far. Since the last time I posted on here I've had 4 interviews. I'm just waiting for some feedback from 3 of them. One of them wanted to hire me on the spot for far less than I was making previously from my other job. I'm willing to take a little pay cut to prove my skills and work ethics. But this was literally embarrasing to me with my many skills and what I have to bring to the table. They offered me $43,000 to start, I was making $60,000 + at my last job. I ask the interviewers is there any room for negotiations. They ask me what would I suggest and I told them $52,000. One of the interviewers quickly said "we don't have some engineers and supervisors making that kind of money". I said "I have a lot to bring to the table" and everyone agreed. They told me the max the would go is $45,000. I told them let me think about it. That was 4/2/2020. I know I need to work and bring money into my household to keep the roof over my head and food on my table. But there is several thing I know I have working for me in my life is my wife of 32 yrs and the back up plans we've created over the yrs for times like this. I want to really go back to work but I'm not going to be handled like I'm desparate. I'm a patient person and I know that ideal job will present itself to me in the near future. Ok guys thanks for listening and please everyone be safe.
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The Macy’s Credit and Customer Services Call Center in Clearwater, FL is hosting 2 Virtual Hiring Events this month.
How It Works:
Jacksonville, FL – Chartwells, a foodservice company for the students at Duval County Public Schools, is holding five separate hiring events in October.
Full- and part-time positions are available. The company will be interviewing and offering jobs on the spot at these job fairs.
Tuesday, Oct. 13 from 12 p.m. - 3 p.m. at YMCA on Old Kings Road South
Monday, Oct. 19 from 3 p.m. - 5 p.m. at Andrew Jackson High School
Tuesday, Oct. 20 from 2 p.m. - 5 p.m. at DCPS Nutrition Service Center
If you can’t make it to the job fair events, you can also apply here.
The Home Depot is hiring 413 hourly workers for their Miami, FL stores.
The Home Depot is seeking workers for customer service, helping to reinforce social distancing measures, freight and filling online and curbside orders.
Anyone interested in applying can do so at https://careers.homedepot.com
The Home Depot has implemented safety measures including promoting social distancing practices in stores by marking floors, adding signage and plexiglass shields, providing non-medical face coverings and gloves for employees, requiring face masks for employees and customers, and extending major fall promotions, such as Black Friday, by two months to avoid high levels of store traffic at one time.