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Christopher Slavens
over 6 months ago

why wont Walmart hire me after everything went through except the background part that happen 15 yrs or longer and then when I apply again and again they don't respond or call back.

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Denise Harrison Burrell
over 6 months ago

I have been out of work since Nov. 2017. I have submitted resumes to many companies with most saying thanks but no thanks! However, there have been companies whose Talent Requisitionist contacted me. My problem is that they will send me emails asking to schedule phone interviews and then ask to reschedule but never do. I email them asking if they're still interested in rescheduling and still no response. I also had an incident with M&T Bank where I was scheduled for an interview, drove to the location, paid for parking just to be told that my interview was canceled with no explanation. When I tried calling and emailing their HR, again no response. Is this the norm? Should I be concerned about this? It has happened too many times.

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smruti mohanty
over 6 months ago

Need help friends. There are 2 major openings for Burlington Coat Factory in HR for Philadelphia & New Jersey location, precisely more related to my skills and experience. I have applied to those jobs but till now I haven't received any feedback. Please a humble request does anyone can help getting a direct contact of someone working there.I have tried connected with the Burlington employees on LinkedIn, but none of them do reply. Please I am trying my level level best to land a job,and I am 100% sure if I could talk directly to anyone from the HR team surely I would land myself atleast to an Interview.PLEASE HELP

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Mark Olson
over 6 months ago

After 4 months of job searching it was the advice on this forum that finally allowed me to secure a job....and a really good one at that. I had a misdemeanor charge against me from 6 years ago that already cost me one job offer when it showed up on a background check. I read some advice on here regarding that situation, and it advised to disclose it in advance and see what happens, because HR people LOATH surprises. I did exactly that. They not only overlooked my past discrepancy, I think my honesty about it was actually one of the reasons I got the job. Thanks again for all the support! It really does work!

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lette brown
over 6 months ago

I been out of work for 5 months very stressed. I put my two weeks in cause I got offered a job at labcorp and two days before I was supposed to start someone from hr called and said they can't start me for a couple of weeks mean while it's been 5 months and everytime I call they say they will check in to it they will call me back but never do. What do I do? It's a shame cause it took me a while to leave my old job work there for 6 years

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Angela Jewson
over 6 months ago

Is being told the reason for certain outcomes is because your pretty. Isn't that discrimination?

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Lisa Street
over 6 months ago

Hello Everybody: How are you? I am a Medical Biller, AR Manager, Follow-up, Collector, Coder Specialist in NYC and I have over ten years of experience in this field. I always look the interviewer in the eye, communicate well, accurately detail my experience/knowledge/enthusiasm of medical billing and interview extremely well. The interviewers always comment that it is obvious that I have a good deal of experience/knowledge that most don't seem to have and say they will definitely get back to me... Many call me for a second interview and\or a working interview. There is clear indication they are impressed and seems like they will call with an offer and then I never hear anything again... In a recent second interview where they were clearly impressed and asked me to call at the beginning of the week, and I did call this past Monday, at the time, I was told they were still interviewing, which floored me, completely. Additionally, I was told that I would receive a call, yesterday. I never received the call...I will try to follow-up on Monday. But, suspect I will never hear from the practice, again. I can't understand this!! Is anybody else experiencing anything like this?

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Dave Smith
over 6 months ago

I received a written job offer complete with salary and start date one week ago. I was told by the recruiter that I would receive emails concerning background check and other things concerning my on boarding process. My start date is two weeks from now. I have yet to hear anything from the HR coordinator. When I contacted my recruiter, he stated that “she must be really busy right now”. I wanted to give two weeks notice to my job, but I’m not doing that until I get things started with an on boarding process. I don’t want to be overly Aggressive since my start date is still two weeks away, but I am still concerned. What should I be doing? #interview #jobsearch #advice #hr

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Reggie Gamble
over 6 months ago

I applied on line for your listed position but am unable to download my resume. Is it possible for me to come by the office. Please let me me know ;I'm eager & ready to what I can do. You won't be disappointed.

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Jeff Magnuson, MBA
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over 6 months ago

If you have a manager (or another colleague) who is bullying you repeatedly or who acts very unprofessionally to you over and over again, you HAVE to take steps to bring it to an end.

No one deserves to have this type of stress in their life. I’ve seen (and experienced) how this behavior can negatively impact people’s health.

The first thing you have to do is clearly document the behavior.

Second, practice what you are going to say to whomever is bullying or mistreating you at work in a calm but firm tone.

And third, sit down in a private 1:1 meeting, lay out the issue(s), and TELL them their mistreatment of you stops right now.

Often, this is all that will be necessary because bullies, underneath all the false bravado, are just cowards who likely know what they are doing is wrong, but just keep doing it because they feel they can get away with it with you.

This is not your fault, but you must take steps to stop it.

If that doesn’t work, you escalate accordingly. Either through HR or, if that’s not enough, an appropriate employment lawyer.

Bottom line: No one deserves to be bullied or mistreated in the workplace and the only one who can REALLY make sure it comes to an end is you.

#workplace #hr #bullying #advice #jobtips #harassment

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