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Amanda Adkison
9 days ago
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To land a job at #Tacobell I would make sure to...

Have fun with it Tacobell is a great place to work. That was home for me for 13 years miss it everyday

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Michael Carvalho
10 days ago
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#MyThiughts

Scams Continue!

Tonight, while working I was sent these post. It's just another name and the same person. I flagged it serveral times on my post. A Acam that doesn’t #workfromhome #interview #coronavirus #healthcare #hiringevents #deliverydriver #ridesharedriver #foodservices #jobsearch #application

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Michael Carvalho
9 days ago
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COBRA And Healthcare!

Here is some information regarding COBRA!

Learn how you can continue your health care coverage through COBRA. What is COBRA? The Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) gives workers and their families the right to choose to continue group health coverage provided by their group health plan for limited periods of time. Eligibility There are three basic requirements that must be met for you to be entitled to elect COBRA continuation coverage: Your group health plan must be covered by COBRA A qualifying event must occur (for example, voluntary or involuntary job loss, reduction in the hours worked, transition between jobs, death, or divorce) You must be a qualified beneficiary for that event If you are entitled to elect COBRA continuation coverage, you must be given an election period of at least 60 days to choose whether or not to elect continuation coverage. How to Get COBRA Under COBRA, group health plans must provide covered employees and their families with a notice explaining their COBRA rights. Health Care is an important part of our life. #workfromhome #interview #coronavirus #hiringevents #healthcare #deliverydriver #ridesharedriver #foodservices #jobsearch #application

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Michael Carvalho
9 days ago
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More Information on Unemployment!

Unemployment Benefits and the Coronavirus

Please note: The extra $600 a week in unemployment benefits officially ends on July 31, 2020. This benefit was federally provided and does not directly impact the benefits provided by your state.

The federal government has allowed states to change their unemployment benefits laws. It lets them provide unemployment benefits for situations related to the coronavirus (COVID-19).

And, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act has expanded benefits further. It authorizes:

Self-employed workers and gig workers to receive unemployment benefits All unemployed workers to receive an extra $600 a week for up to six months Unemployed workers to get an extra 13 weeks of benefits beyond the number a state currently provides Contact your state’s unemployment insurance program for more information and to apply for benefits.

Apply for Unemployment Benefits

There are a variety of benefit and aid programs to help you if you lose your job. CareerOneStop.org is a good place to start. It can help with unemployment insurance benefits, job training, and finding a job. #workfromhome #interview #coronavirus #healthcare #jobsearch #ridesharedriver #application #hiringevents #deliverydriver #foodservices

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Michael Carvalho
11 days ago
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#MyThoughts

Why is it people feel they need to take advantage of others? We all are given the same tools to succeed, yet they are always a few who try to cheat the system? We are a community who tries to better each other. Sharing advice, jobs and support. Yet a few rotten apples try to steal the pot. Is it really worth taking advantage of people who are dealing with job loss? PersonL issues or just trying to find job. They come to the community for advice, support or guidance on bettering their life. I enjoy reading post of people who obtained a job, built a resume, or ask a question? Helping has always been a part of my life and I am a firm believer in if you do it from the heart it comes back ten fold. A person who helps another and brags about it receives their reward right now? I prefer to wait for the rewards in my afterlife. That’s just me. To read a person got a job, or something worked to better one’s life. That is the best reward in itself. To the people who try to scam, I do not hold onto the past, start today by changing your ways. If you need help ask? This community offers many people who deeply care and willing to help you land a honest job. All you have to do is ask for help? Have you ever thought about what it cost to obtain the assistance people in this community offer? Trust me it is not cheap, yet people are willing to assist you with finding an honest job? Start by building your resume, ask questions? Let the community help you and watch the rewards of the talents this community offers! #workfromhome #interview #coronavirus #hiringevents #healthcare #deliverydriver #jobsearch #ridesharedriver #foodservices #application

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Michael Carvalho
11 days ago
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Please Be Aware of Paul Gant

He is posting for Car Wraps, please read this? Have you seen ads promising easy money if you shrink-wrap your car — with ads for brands like Monster Energy, Red Bull, or Pepsi? The “company” behind the ads says all you have to do is deposit a check, use part of it to pay a specified shrink-wrap vendor, and drive around like you normally would. But don’t jump onto the bandwagon. It’s only easy money for the scammer who placed the ads.

How you spot the “offer” You might see an ad on a job board or on social media. Or someone might send you a message — maybe because they saw your profile or resume on a job site.

How the scam works The message says you’ll make a couple hundred bucks. But when the “company” sends you a check, it’s for much more than that — a couple thousand dollars. They tell you to deposit the check, keep part of it as your share, and wire the rest to another company that will wrap your car.

Weeks after you wire the money, the check bounces and your bank tells you it was a fake. The money you kept as “your share” disappears, and the money you wired is long gone — no getting it back. On top of that, you’re on the hook for paying your bank back for the fake check. And, of course, no one’s wrapping your car.

How you can tell it’s a scam If you get a message urging you to deposit a check and wire money back, it’s a scam. Every time. No matter the story. And if this were a legitimate car wrap opportunity, wouldn’t the company directly pay the car-wrapping vendor, instead of asking you to do it?

Has this happened to you? File a complaint at ftc.gov/complaint — select Scams and Rip-offs, then Counterfeit Checks. Want to know more? Read our articles to learn how to spot variations on fake checks and money wiring scams.

#workfromhome #coronavirus #interview #healthcare #deliverydriver #hiringevents #ridesharedriver #application #jobsearch #foodservices

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Michael Carvalho
11 days ago
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#MyThoughts

***Please Be Aware of Scams!

If you see a post asking to put Car Wraps on your car this is what happens! The obtain your personal information and bank account.

Have you seen ads promising easy money if you shrink-wrap your car — with ads for brands like Monster Energy, Red Bull, or Pepsi? The “company” behind the ads says all you have to do is deposit a check, use part of it to pay a specified shrink-wrap vendor, and drive around like you normally would. But don’t jump onto the bandwagon. It’s only easy money for the scammer who placed the ads.

How you spot the “offer” You might see an ad on a job board or on social media. Or someone might send you a message — maybe because they saw your profile or resume on a job site.

How the scam works The message says you’ll make a couple hundred bucks. But when the “company” sends you a check, it’s for much more than that — a couple thousand dollars. They tell you to deposit the check, keep part of it as your share, and wire the rest to another company that will wrap your car.

Weeks after you wire the money, the check bounces and your bank tells you it was a fake. The money you kept as “your share” disappears, and the money you wired is long gone — no getting it back. On top of that, you’re on the hook for paying your bank back for the fake check. And, of course, no one’s wrapping your car.

How you can tell it’s a scam If you get a message urging you to deposit a check and wire money back, it’s a scam. Every time. No matter the story. And if this were a legitimate car wrap opportunity, wouldn’t the company directly pay the car-wrapping vendor, instead of asking you to do it?

Has this happened to you? File a complaint at ftc.gov/complaint — select Scams and Rip-offs, then Counterfeit Checks. Want to know more? Read our articles to learn how to spot variations on fake checks and money wiring scams.

The person who’s name is on the check signed up and she received this check and before she deposited it, she called me to tell me what they asked her to do. I told her it was a Scam! **This person gave me permission to share this picture. This is a picture of the check they send to her. They said the accounting department made an error. Then told her to go ahead and deposit it and take $600.00 to wrap the car and $100.00 bonus for being honest. *Scam! #workfromhome #interview #hiringevents #coronavirus #deliverydriver #healthcare #ridesharedriver #jobsearch #foodservices #application

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Michael Carvalho
10 days ago
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Career One Stop Resources !

This is a list of the Career One Stop Resources available to you.

More CareerOneStop Resources mySkills myFuture www.mySkillsmyFuture.org

Worker ReEmployment www.CareerOneStop.org/ReEmployment Veterans ReEmployment

www.CareerOneStop.org/ReEmployment/Veterans Credentials Center

www.CareerOneStop.org/Credentials

Business Center www.CareerOneStop.org/BusinessCenter

Job Search Help for Ex-Offenders www.CareerOneStop.org/ExOffender

Disaster Recovery Services www.CareerOneStop.org/DRS

Competency Model Clearinghouse www.CareerOneStop.org/CompetencyModel

For information about jobs, training, and career resources call 1-877-US2-JOBS or TTY 1-877-889-5627. Email: info@CareerOneStop.org www.CareerOneStop.org #workfromhome #interview #hiringevents #deliverydriver #healthcare #coronavirus #foodservices #ridesharedriver #application #jobsearch

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Michael Carvalho
10 days ago
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Basic Questions regarding Unemployment~

Unemployment FAQs

Question: I’ve received my bankcard, but there are no funds on it yet. Is there something wrong with my claim? What should I do?

Answer: Check their online claim information to determine if additional information is required to be submitted to complete the claim decision process. Our office may be awaiting documentation to finalize the decision. Receipt of the bankcard does not mean that their benefit decision is favorable or that they should expect to see benefits on the card. The card is issued as part of the registration process for UI and not a reflection of the decision.

Question: What if my employer isn’t responding to UI, with required information? Answer: The claimant is not required to contact the employer. DETR will attempt to contact with the employer as needed.

Question: I work for a fitness company, why did unemployment send me a sports athlete form?

Answer: Professional athletes have some additional eligibility factors that may have to be considered to determine eligibility. An employee may be deemed professional athlete depending on the company structure and their role with the company is the problem. For example, you can work for a golf center as a “professional” that provides training, demonstrations, etc. and this UI rule may apply. It really is role and company specific. A filer needs to respond to requested information with what is needed to verify their particular employment relationship.

Question: How long is the waiting period once I file my claim?

Answer: Filers may be waiting for a determination of eligibility and this can take several weeks or more depending on the items on their claim. Filers are encouraged to review their correspondence tab in UI/your state for updates.

Question: If I don’t file my claim on Sunday, can I file on Monday or Tuesday?

Answer: Currently filing a weekly claim can be done any day of the week following the week ending (Saturday) you are filing for.

Question: How do I file for the alternate base period?

Answer: You will need to contact the Call Center to determine if this option is possible.

Question: What does “discrepancy pending resolution” mean? Answer: Wages or information provided does not match reported information and requires action. Please following instructions that may appear in the correspondence section of the claim for further action.

Question: I had an interview, but was never contacted, now what?

Last Update 7/14/20 Answers from DETR documentation and staff.

Answer: We currently have a volume that exceeds the number of staff to fit in all interviews at the pre-scheduled times. Since filers are home and not working, they should expect to receive a call from an adjudicator any day of the week until 8pm at night, except Sundays. They are expected to accept the call during any of these times in order anytime to complete this process.

Question: What does it mean if a person receives an “Error” or “Reference” number? What should be their next step?

Answer: If someone received either of these messages please refer them to this form:

Contact your local UI office. Here they will provide as much information as possible and them submit the form, indicating the error in the “Issue” section. The recipient can also include additional information. Someone from Unemployment will remedy the problem within 24-48 hours and instructions will be sent back to them based on the contact information provided in the form.

Question: Will employers see an increase in the unemployment premium because they were ordered to close, or did we provide an exception?

Answer: We won’t know for a while what the flexibility is going to be and it likely will include a process through the Employment Security Counsel.

Question: To qualify for food assistance, does my unemployment application have to be accepted or rejected? Is this application and response a requirement to receiving food assistance from the Department of Welfare and Social Services (DWSS)?

Answer: DWSS does not require Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) recipients to pursue available resources such as Unemployment to be eligible for SNAP. DWSS does not delay SNAP benefits waiting for Unemployment to make their decision. DWSS does not pend a customer for proof of Unemployment Benefits or Status to evaluate SNAP.

Question: If my employment was in another state but I only worked in Vegas a few months, can I file my claim here?

Answer: Yes, a UI representative will talk with you about filing a combined wage claim as well. Please call the local number.

Question: What does it mean that my claim is pending due to alternative income review?

Answer: This means there is something in that section that UI may need to contact you about. On your home page it will tell you the day they will potentially set up a phone interview with you.

Question: What do I do if the password reset number is always busy and we've been calling constantly?

Answer: Unfortunately, that is the only way you will be able to reset your password. Also there is a new form online for an alternative method of requesting a new password: http://gov.nv.gov/Forms/Unemployment/

Hopefully this will answer some of your questions? #workfromhome #coronavirus #interview #healthcare #hiringevents #jobsearch #deliverydriver #application #foodservices #ridesharedriver

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15 days ago
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My job has completely slowed down and we are barley putting any hours. I tried applying at fast food places and no one is hiring. Any advice would be helpful?

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