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Ghana Page
over 6 months ago

Just left Miami beach with Juvia looking or better work... #foodservices #florida

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Khamisha Davis
over 6 months ago

Can we get money owed to us by unemployment like a year + from now or is there a time limit? When I first got approved for benefits last year the “request benefits links” was not on my account for 6 months. When it finally did appear, January of this year, it did not let me request the weeks that I was unable to claim for those 6 months. I put in so many requests and escalations still nothing…So will this be something that they definitely owe me? Or does it nullify at a certain point.

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Jennifer Blackwell

I'm not sure. I don't live there. I would just apply to where u want to work. Or go on the website or one of the sites that help u find a job.

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Lawrence White
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over 6 months ago

MetLife is hosting two virtual hiring events this week for Short Term Disability Claims Specialists in Tampa, FL!

Use the links below for more event details and registration information:

Why You Should Attend:

  • MetLife, seeks to make a meaningful impact in the lives of customers and our communities. The Global Technology & Operations group (GTO) is a diverse team of engineers, developers, business analysts, claims analysts and project managers with the freedom to create innovative and solutions to address core business challenges with MetLife.

  • This role will provide exemplary customer service by processing group disability income insurance claims in a timely and accurate manner.

Benefits:

  • Hybrid/Flexible work from home schedule
  • Annual bonus plan – up to 5% based on company and individual performance
  • Paid training
  • Dental, medical & life insurance
  • Retirement plans including 401(k)
  • Paid time off
  • Paid overtime
  • Programs designed to strengthen and reward your performance
  • New hires are provided MetLife laptop, dual monitors and a headset

#MetLife #hiringnews #jobsearch #insurance #Claims #fulltime #Tampa #Florida

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Rick Godshall
over 6 months ago

One thing I would have loved to have at #Florida Pest Control and Chemicals was

My time at Florida Pest Control and Chemicals was great. Great owners, great leaders, great pay, great teamwork and above all great customers. Thoroughly enjoyed working there but my love has always been automotive parts.

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Reygie Dela Tonga
over 6 months ago

Hi Job Seekers!

Appen is looking for Project Supervisor to work in Miami, Florida.

Please check this opportunity:

The Project Supervisor is responsible for executing data collection projects using Appen’s data collection systems, software, and equipment. The Project Supervisor will instruct the on-site participant based on project-specific needs and supervise the data collection. Some communication with potential participants will also be required (sometimes via email and sometimes via phone).

For more information, kindly check this link > https://lnkd.in/gJxEsRq

We are also looking for Project Scheduler >https://lnkd.in/gCpTU_S

Questions? Shoot me an email at rdelatonga@appen.com

Looking forward to your applications!

#ProjectSupervisor #Opentowork #Hiring #Miami #Florida #Appen #Careers #recruitment #work

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William Farrell
over 6 months ago

I'm in Florida. My profession is self-employed so I didn't think I'd qualify for unemployment benefits and just burnt through my savings during the lockdowns. But then I kept seeing and hearing others in my profession getting Federal "Pandemic Unemployment Compensation" so I was told to apply through Florida DEO/CONNECT system just for them to turn me down and then I'd qualify for the federal PUA. So I applied 8/21/20 and I've provided every bit of information you could possibly imagine but they've "Locked me out" ever since. I've had to re-verify my ID over 100 times, I've called them hundreds of times and it just hangs up or I'm put on hold and have waited for over 4.5hrs just to be disconnected. I've requested help every which way possible dozens and dozens of times with no response. towards the beginning I got a letter in the mail that said I had to respond within 7 days but that letter arrived 2 days after the 7 day deadline! But I had already seen and taken care of on-line what the letter was about, thank God! And all I've needed Florida DEO to do is determine that I haven't worked for any employers who carried unemployment insurance in the last 2-3 years and to turn me down so that the federal PUA would kick in! Then on 4/2/21 my wife's employer remodeled their office and she had a "slip and fall" down the stairs which fractured 4 lumbar in her back which she's been bed bound recovering ever since. I've been doing my best taking care of my wife like an in-home nurse, and taking care of our 2 children. Recently our car was repossessed, we've sold every last asset/possession of value that we owned, our house has foreclosed and is going up to online auction this Tuesday 7/27/21. Our credit scores are in the dumps which triggered our car insurance rates to double(apparently Progressive monitors their customers credit reports) and home rental rates have skyrocketed. We've applied to rent at over a dozen places that charged us rental application fees(at $100+ a pop) just to turn us down. So we're probably going to be homeless in 2 weeks. But our faith is strong and our prayers are being heard as God has provided just enough to keep our family together and our health intact. We're not starving. Clearly the DEO/CONNECT system is intentionally broken or designed to not pay out benefits to hard working Floridians like myself. That it's actually designed to make us claimants just give up on any attempts to make a claim... #unemployment #FloridaDEO # #advice #benefits #florida

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