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over 6 months ago

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If it happens again i would go to human resources department

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Luz Mangual
over 6 months ago

16 years with Human Resources Experience and 2 1/2 years unemployed

I can not understand why with 16 years of human resources experience I can not land a job. I tried applying for part time clerical, clerk typist jobs even for clerical in our school district and no response. This coming August will be 3yrs of being unemployed my job was eliminated and the company eventually was taken over. This is depressing and scary I moved from Newjersey to florida and I am having the same luck. I only want an opportunity somewhere. I have no college degree I only have work experience. The pay in florida is not great....but I am willing to build from the ground up. I am 52 years but I dont look the age but they will never know that because they dont even call for an interview I applied for over 10 position in the school. No response I cant figure it out.

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Sherri. Jackson
over 6 months ago

HR Consultant

I was fired from a job after 20 years for speaking out. I worked for a large beverage company in HR for 20 years. It was a very high volume and stressful job at this Fortune 100 company. At the beginning of the year the company acquired another company with thousands of employees. Needless to say, the hours at the end of the previous year and the months to follow in 2016 were outrageous getting the new employees on payroll and on benefits. Even worse, no resources were added to help with all the new employees. After complaining many times to my director manager and eventually in front of top management about the long hours and asking for help and relief, I was suddenly fired. Although I told management I needed to be out of the office for one reason that wasn't true, which was wrong, I really needed to work at home because I was beyond stressed out. I worked on weekends and the any vacation days as a routine. I usually worked from home 2 days a week already, so I worked an additional 3 days at home . The reason I was given for being fired was because I worked at home and should have come in the office. The company knew I worked those 3 days as they of course pulled down all the emails, data bases I accessed, etc that showed all the work, but decided to fire me any way. I was walked out, no severance, they fought my unemployment and even "mistakenly" reversed my last paycheck and overdrew my account. I was so devastated. Although it was acknowledged I worked, it was because I should have come in. I know it was unfair and it's been hard to deal with. I am gainfully employed with a great job. However, in a state where one can be fired for anything, I am the poster child for a "at will" state firing. Oh, did I mention, in 20 years I had never had any written or verbal warnings, EVER. Thank God for my faith and strong friends and family who DID NOT LET ME BECOME A VICTIM.

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Eboni Edwards
over 6 months ago

HRIS software

I'm a recent college grad wanting to work in Human Resources. I don't have any previous experience in HR and I was wondering how do I go about learning the different software. I want to be able to put something on my resume that will make myself stand out. I've tried to look up classes or certifications for HRIS software, but I haven't found anything. What should I do?

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Bruce Evans
over 6 months ago

Human Resource

Could someone explain to me, why would Human Resource have you take a drug test and a physical with their company doctor. Is this a standard procedure in hiring someone?

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Yogesh Patel
over 6 months ago

Quality assurance associate

i am working in pharmaceutical company ,i m so hardworking leading employer of my department , because of one lady trying to help her she complaint against me to HR , HR not discuss or without any investigation told me resign your job or terminate you by forcely,upon HR force i resign my job .after second day who ever complaint this lady she again text me and try to bother me so i send all attachment to my HR and request investigate case again and save my job ,4 week pass still HR telling me like we are still investigate case ......so please some one tell me right solution what i have to do ???????????????

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patti rubnich
over 6 months ago

Job Postings

I was wondering, this goes back awhile. On or around May of this year, my job started being dissected. They hired a HR Manager and a Controller. My positions was a Business Manager (which included HR;Payroll and Accounting). Neither of this jobs were posted or was anyone notified. In a meeting we were told that my roll as the HR Manager was being taken over by the new person hired , I wasn't asked if I would like the position or was it posted internally. Then in July, payroll was taken away from my job and in August my position of Business manager was eliminated and moved to the corporate office. I was offered a position of AP Analysis. On September 15th I was let go.During this time no one was given a raise and I didn't even get a performance review. I show that the HR Manager and Controller got a raise, is this legal?

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robert hodge
over 6 months ago

Recruiting manager

Looking feverishly for a Recruiting position in staffing , job developers or HR. Primarily have experience in staffing in the light industrial field

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Mori Thornhill
over 6 months ago

Human Resources Administrative

I am a seasoned HR and Customer/Employee Relations specialist. I am looking to grow with a company that can best utilize my unique skillset.

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Enrique Infante
over 6 months ago

I caught my boss drunk at work, should I tell someone or keep my mouth shut?

Reason why I'm asking is because we work in a pretty busy warehouse, so it was a huge safety violation. Do you think I'll lose my job if I tell? I don't want him trying to get revenge on me or anything if he finds out...

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