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A job is like a flower, the more you care for it the better it grows. My thinking goes like this in relation to flowers and jobs. You take a plant and plant it. You water it, place it in the sun, maybe talk to it. Share thoughts with it and watch it grow. A Job is similar, you apply for a job and get hired. You keep an open mind to learn more about the job and watch it grow! #workfromhome #interview #coronavirus #hiringevents #healthcare #deliverydriver #ridesharedriver #jobsearch #foodservices #application

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Good Morning and Happy Monday July 2020! July 2020 Started with Celebrating the birth of America, enjoying a 3 day weekend. Now let’s continue the celebration with returning back to work? Are you ready to start the process? Is your Resume prepared and updated? Jobcase offers all the tools to make it happen, why not start or updated it today? If this step is completed, we are ready to apply. Many companies are looking for workers who are ready to return back to work. Amazon - offers many possibilities to start today. Home Depot, Lowe’s, McDonald’s, Burger King, are just some more companies. The Healthcare Industry is hiring for all positions, Food Services, Nurses, CNA’s, PCA’s and many more positions are ready for you. Customer Service your field? Companies are offering bonus sign-on’s. You can always check the Jobcase postings for more information. I hope each of you had a blessed, safe 4th of July? Remember to wear a face mask , social Distancing is in effect. #workfromhome #coronavirus #healthcare #interview #hiringevents #deliverydriver #jobsearch #foodservices #ridesharedriver #application

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CNA jobs in Des Moines Iowa

Licensed as long-term acute care hospitals, these facilities form a national network of critical illness recovery hospitals. Seeking Iowa licensed CNA's to work in acute care / long term settings.

Multiple positions are available. Apply asap for first consideration.

"Must-Haves" for this job:

  • A high school diploma (GED)
  • Iowa CNA license
  • Current BLS Certification
  • 1+ year of experience (prefers hospital, but will take nursing home experience)
  • CNA who wants to go to nursing school = even better

Company offers · Great leadership · Lots of Internal Growth · Lot of Continued Educational programs for FTE Employees

  • Bridge to BSN Program · Tuition Reimbursement / Forgiveness · Medical, Vision, Dental, 401K · Highmark (BCBS Benefits)

Send resumes to me at dchrist.biz@gmail.com, subject line IOWA-CNA.

Or use link below to apply: https://relode.co/PHC9QYE .

#jobsearch #cna #Iowa #healthcare

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Encompass Health is Hiring CNA's & RN's!

Encompass Health is looking for Certified Nursing Assistants, (CNA's) and Registered Nurses, (RN's) in Kern County, CA.

Recent Grads and Experienced Professionals are encouraged to Apply! - Encompass Health Careers

  • Meet with hiring managers at the Encompass Health Registered Nurse, (RN) Virtual Hiring Event on Tuesday, July 14. Register today at Encompass Health - Hiring RN's

  • Meet with hiring managers at the Encompass Health Certified Nursing Assistant, (CNA) Virtual Hiring Event on Thursday, July 16. Register today at Encompass Health - Hiring CNA's

Learn More About Encompass Health

  • Explore more details about the Encompass Health company culture, employee benefits and career advancement opportunities today at https://www.encompasshealth.com

#hiringevents #hiringnews #healthcare #California

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So many Americans thought a prepaid debit card they received was a scam or junk mail that Treasury is sending out letters urging people to activate the cards, which were loaded with their stimulus payments.

The letter also tells people how to collect their money if they tossed the payment out by mistake.

To speed up the delivery of up to $1,200 in economic impact payments to individuals and up to $2,400 for couples made available under the $2 trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (Cares) Act, the Treasury Department mailed prepaid debit cards to 4 million Americans.

The cards, sent in May and June, were issued by MetaBank and came in a plain envelope from Money Network Cardholder Services. There was no indication on the envelope that the correspondence was coming from the IRS or Treasury.

The problem was that people were expecting a check or direct deposit to their bank account. People didn’t get any communication that they would be getting a debit card instead. So, when the cards arrived, they thought it was junk mail. Others who had never heard of MetaBank thought it was a scam.

“Ideally, the IRS would have given people a choice about receiving their payment on a prepaid card to avoid this confusion, but I understand that they were trying to get as many payments out as quickly as possible, and using the prepaid card added to their capacity,” said Lauren Saunders, associate director of the National Consumer Law Center.

Like so many other glitches that have plagued the distribution of the stimulus payments, in part because the IRS has been short-staffed during the pandemic, communication has been woefully lacking. Confusion about the debit cards led the IRS to issue a release explaining the prepaid debit cards. #workfromhome #interview #hiringevents #coronavirus #deliverydriver #healthcare #ridesharedriver #jobsearch #application #foodservices

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I would have been dubious about getting money from someone without any explanation of what was going to happen if I deposited the money. Probably your bank would have more insight as to what was going on. Hope everyone who deserves the money gets it, Ford

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Join the diverse and passionate UHG team!

#UnitedHealth Group is committed to inclusion and diversity. Their core values help shape their mission and drive their passion for improving #healthcare. They include:

  • integrity
  • compassion
  • relationships
  • innovation
  • performance

Their culture unites them and cultivates a workplace unlike any other.

“We believe that the uniqueness and experiences you bring to the table increases the effectiveness of our ability to identify solutions. We’re dedicated to building teams where every individual is recognized for their unique experience and contributions.”

Interested in joining the #UHG team? Click here to find job opportunities near you!

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Join the diverse and passionate UHG team!

UnitedHealth Group is committed to inclusion and diversity. Their core values help shape their mission and drive their passion for improving healthcare. They include:

  • integrity
  • compassion
  • relationships
  • innovation
  • performance

Their culture unites them and cultivates a workplace unlike any other.

“We believe that the uniqueness and experiences you bring to the table increases the effectiveness of our ability to identify solutions. We’re dedicated to building teams where every individual is recognized for their unique experience and contributions.”

Interested in joining the UHG team? Click here to find job opportunities near you!

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Join the diverse and passionate UHG team!

UnitedHealth Group is committed to inclusion and diversity. Their core values help shape their mission and drive their passion for improving healthcare. They include:

  • integrity
  • compassion
  • relationships
  • innovation
  • performance

Their culture unites them and cultivates a workplace unlike any other.

“We believe that the uniqueness and experiences you bring to the table increases the effectiveness of our ability to identify solutions. We’re dedicated to building teams where every individual is recognized for their unique experience and contributions.”

Interested in joining the UHG team? Click here to find job opportunities near you!

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Join the diverse and passionate UHG team!

UnitedHealth Group is committed to inclusion and diversity. Their core values help shape their mission and drive their passion for improving healthcare. They include:

  • integrity
  • compassion
  • relationships
  • innovation
  • performance

Their culture unites them and cultivates a workplace unlike any other.

“We believe that the uniqueness and experiences you bring to the table increases the effectiveness of our ability to identify solutions. We’re dedicated to building teams where every individual is recognized for their unique experience and contributions.”

Interested in joining the UHG team? Click here to find job opportunities near you!

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Wear a Face Mask Or Not Wear One? After reading comments and answering questions regarding face mask here is my opinion. There are several possible routes to infection. An infected person can cough, sneeze or breathe while within about two metres of another person, and the virus lands in the other person's eyes, nose or mouth (1). Another route is when an infected person coughs or sneezes onto their hand or onto a surface. The uninfected person then shakes the hand (2a) or touches the surface (2b), and transfers the virus to their own eye, nose or mouth. It is possible that an infected person can also cough or sneeze to create an airborne spread (3) beyond the close contact range – but it is controversial whether this last route is a major means of transmission. We don't know how much transmission occurs by each of these routes for COVID-19. It's also unclear how much protection a mask would offer in each case. Current best evidence To resolve this question, we analysed 14 randomised trials of mask wearing and infection for influenza-like illnesses. (There are no randomised trials involving COVID-19 itself, so the best we can do is look at similar diseases.) When we combined the results of these trials that studied the effect of masks versus no masks in health-care workers and the general population, they did not show that wearing masks leads to any substantial reduction of influenza-like illness. However, the studies were too small to rule out a minor effect for masks. #workfromhome #coronavirus #healthcare #deliverydriver #jobsearch #ridesharedriver #hiringevents #foodservices

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Masks are best at stopping the spread of the virus not preventing you from getting the virus. If both the transmitter and receiver wear masks ,I would think rate of infection would decrease. Trying to make sense in this senseless battle, Ford

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Well listen I have sent you my resume and all of my information and you keep sending me back...jobs at Walmart different stores like that....there’s nothing wrong with those jobs but I am in the healthcare field and I am a registered nurse so please quit disappointing me by putting an ad up that says you’re hiring RNs and then when you go to look it is for McDonald’s,Walmart, Lowe’s and other stores like that .....this is real folks please don’t be jacking us around like that.... If the jobs you have are for McDonald’s put McDonald’s that saves other people and myself from wasting our time please be truthful....

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