So what should I expect at this? I haven't applied & assume you do so there. I really want this job so if anyone has any pointers, it would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance (((: #hiringprocess #preparation #amazon #advice #backgroundcheck
Hello, My Name is Gregory Smith and I have been through all the corporate application process for the Home Depot/Kitchen Design Specialist applications. Was wanting to know how to get to the next step in the interview/hiring process. I have over 25 years experience in the home improvement field from basic carpentry to electrical and plumbing and all others aspects and I also have been a custom cabinet fabricator as well as a certified Corian countertop fabricator. Also I have over 10 years experience in kitchen design and certified in the computer design programs. Any help in getting to the next level of interview would be appreciated
I don't why the company that I used to work for has been telling me that they found someone that is more qualified than I am. I am being frustrated because I am very qualified and has been in the field since 2003 and certified. I have no experience after school and health first hired me and had given me all what I knew now.
There’s a food manufacturer called Ideal Snacks hiring in a neighboring town from where I live. It looks like a good full time job to have over the summer so I can save some money for college next year, besides the starting pay is higher than any other job I’ve seen online with McDonald’s or Walmart. I want to apply but I don’t have any work experience at all. I’m not even sure if they would hire me at 17. How can I convince them to give me a job without any work skills or work history?
Wanting to help you understand the job search process and provide any information or resources I can for you into the hiring process from the perspective of a recruiter, HR or hiring manager.
I applied for a job with UnitedHealth about a month ago, and I’ve only made it to phone interviews. I know they like me, because they said they’d call again to schedule an interview. Is it just me, or is this taking a REAAAALLY long time?
So I am an ex employee first time member with the giant company Sodexo. I am trying to figure out the hiring process since i am fairly still new with the company from the previous job I worked for with them...
They said on August 3rd that this job at the City of Hope in Duarte, CA I applied for and had an interview with the H.R. manager and food service manager. They said they would give me a chance to be hired as long as I passed a backround check. Now this is my first rodeo with an official backround check, this company ACHECK does the investigation. So when I received feedback on the copy before it was submitted to SODEXO, I noticed I had an unwanted unknown warrent I didn't know I had.
So i went to court to handle that issue and cleared it, emailed and informed sodexo's corporate security and corrected the issue also by calling ACHECK.
I feel like this process is the longest i ever experienced. I am on the edge of my seat politely and anxiously sending out curtious concerning emails every 4-5 days showing high interest and still wondering WHAT THE HECK IS TAKING SO DAMN LONG?!?!?!
Anyways lol sorry for the long rant. Just in my head a lil too deep and could use some positive feedback, advice or opinions. Just wondering if anybody else gone through this issue and seeing if this IS normally how the process goes and what not...does it seriously take a month or more?
Ugh so frustrated and anxious lol how can someone tell you you're suitable for a job opportunity then not be up to date with keeping you informed at all? I feel like I'm bugging...but i need this job?! Omg lol so confused. Sigh