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Tammy Pates
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over 6 months ago

I’m looking for a remote position I love in Rancho Cordova, Ca 95670 I have over 12 years experience in high volume call center inbound and outbound calls. #workfromhome #jobsearch #help

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Amanda Garcia
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For a healthcare interview, is it best to wear scrubs or business attire to an interview?? #help #advice #interview

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Mia Jackson
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I have a master’s degree and I have changed my résumé so many times. Nobody calls back, I don’t even make it to the interview part. It definitely messes with your mental and I also have been experiencing severe anxiety. I can’t even function like an adult and it doesn’t help that I’m also disabled. Last job pushed me out with no unemployment. I did all the (I was an auto engineer) work I was supposed to and then some. My manager let me go the week that my grandmother had 2 strokes and she knew that. It wasn’t even a real reason. I’m disabled and requested just to be remote because we were hybrid and only came in once a week (people barely came and someone on our team was remote). She said it didn’t seem fair to me keep working like that (I’m still confused by that) and let me go. I’ve been in shambles since. No funds for anything. All my savings are gone. I feel so low. #motivation #help #hireme #unemployed #jobsearch #advice

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Iesha Shade-Butts
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I started a position at a retail store. Assistant store manager. I didn't complete any training the first month because my boss was illiterate to troubleshooting. So I had to figure it out. Her priority was the store. From my understanding she came into the job a couple of months B4 I was hired. She hired me. When I came in the store was losing money due to misappropriation of the signage, unrotated perishables, inconsistent displays, etc. I've never been a store retail Manager so I was eager to learn. However I couldn't log into training at all for at least a month. My supervisor never figured it out for me, upon further investigation the problem was as simple as they had my middle initial associated with my first name so I was supposed to type "Iesha M" and instead I typed "Iesha" when it came to entering the training. Like I said her troubleshooting could improve. During my two months there. I did an overnight floor cleaning while I supervised. I volunteered to help my manager get some rest. That went so well we opened the next day. On time. She didn't think the store would be ready, but it was. Amongst other things I also helped motivate the workers to do what she asked. Which I believe she had severed relationships with. Let's just say anywhere I go people follow. So clients were becoming happy with the direction the store was headed. My priority at the time was to straighten out the shelves. Learn the rotation of the price tags to cut back on price matching due to rotating price tags. I wanted to make the store make sense. I had a mission. But I was terminated for my drawer being short $100. Now I'm nobody's thief. I do taxes regularly for the last 15 years and I'm a mother and the child of a Reverend. So here's what I think happened. I think my boss took the money y'all and then fired me later for it. $100 damn dollars... So what should I do? I tried filing a complaint with ADR/ HR and they upheld her decision. They keep saying there was an investigation but I have not received any paperwork, no footage shown to me, I was not included. No questions was asked to me about the shortage. I was just terminated. A month later I might add. It was a shock to the employees and the customers. Thoughts anyone? I wanted them to just give me a store to run but It looks like I'll be blacklisted because of this... #help

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Deidra Bess
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How do you go about switching careers when you have spent the last 12 years in the same role? I feel stuck! #help #switchingcareers #advice

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Changing careers can be a daunting process, but it's definitely possible. Start by identifying your interests, skills, and values, and research industries that align with them. Network with professionals in fields you're considering and seek informational interviews. Leverage online resources like Jobcase, LinkedIn, and other job search providers to explore job openings and gain insights from others who have successfully switched careers. Consider acquiring new skills or certifications through courses or workshops. Embrace the journey and remain persistent. #careerchange #jobsearch

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Nur Yunlu
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Hey @Deidra Bess, some people change careers after decades. If you already have a similar skill set from your old career, I don't see why not. Don't limit yourself; be open minded.

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