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Auzalia Mason
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over 6 months ago

It has been an honor to train Foster/Adoptive Parents to manage undesirable behaviors of children who have been abused or neglected by their caregivers.

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tamarah gray
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over 6 months ago

I find great satisfaction in training and interacting with fellow associates, and more rewarding yet is the satisfaction of making our guests happy and challenges with solving issues that may come up.

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Shenell Booker
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over 6 months ago

I finally got the job as a front desk receptionist. Great pay and benefits. The atmosphere is very unique and I’m thanking my God each and everyday for this blessing.

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sandra vieno
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over 6 months ago

As a front desk receptionist I am the first person to make an impression for the company. I provide careful attention to detail, and a friendly attitude.

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Meezy C
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over 6 months ago

19 year old college student.Lost my job in October. Have been looking since with no luck. Have retail experience and willing to learn. Looking for retail/waitress/cashier/front desk jobs.

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Janice Langston
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over 6 months ago

I worked in the shoe store in cartersville where wendy’s Used to be. I really loved it, greeting people and helping them. Sometimes it got really busy. It was the end of 2017, owner said she didn’t need me.... and that I got into one of the other young girls bubble who also works there.... the young guy manager agreed that I was in her bubble ( meaning personal space) and he was all upset. I was bragging on the girls new vest she had gotten for Christmas, I just touched the back of the vest saying I bet it’s soft and comfortable. Well, I got in trouble saying people don’t like to be touched. I barely touched her. I think it was ridiculous. Anyway I really need a job. I’m a great people person, I will go out of my way to help someone if their is a front desk job available somewhere in cartersville or Calhoun. I could take phone calls and messages, transfer calls. I just don’t know excel, not computer savvy. At the shoe store I was told to watch people and would get talked to if I wasn’t. It was as if they think everyone is a theif. People can’t even look around without someone following them.
I did not want to treat people that way.

I really did meet real nice people in there. Someone please help me with a job ... thank you !!!!

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Raquel Robles
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over 6 months ago

Hello, I had to quit my job almost a month ago because of Ethical Issues. I went through several interviews including a career fair in a major university in south florida still waiting on them and two other offices hopefully i will get an answer by early next week. This is for a Medical Front Desk or a Referral Coordinator in another company. I hope by this week i should get an answer. I prefer the university due to its chance of growth. They told me i may hear from in two to three weeks nothing yet this week will be the second week. Crossing fingers i may get two offers.

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Theresa Morris-Finnimore
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over 6 months ago

You can not trust the management..

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Theresa Morris-Finnimore
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over 6 months ago

The biggest mistake I made as a #FrontDesk/CheckIn/CheckOut at #TJUH/NavyYard ...

Trusting the so called manager . K.R.S.

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Jessica Mark
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over 6 months ago

I am seeking a position in the hotel field in OKC/Midwest City area. I have over 6 yrs experience and have managerial experience in other areas as well.

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