First, this is not a political post, it might touch on politics but I'm not interested in that discussion. What I am curious about is how do employees feel when their CEO or boss takes certain actions for a personal reason that can cause damage to their company and cause them, the employees, to potentially lose their jobs in the end. What sparked this question is the news that MyPillow products will no longer be sold in Bed, Bath and Beyond as well as Kohl's due to the actions of its CEO Mike Lindell. His actions are directly going to effect his company's sales.
Should CEOs simply be wards of their company or can they speak and act up on topics that they're passionate about that might harm their business and in turn their employees?
Joining Dollar General in providing incentives for their employees to get the Covid-19 Vaccine are Trader Joe's and Aldi.
All 3 are offering the equivalent of 4 hours of pay to get the vaccine and some are covering the cost associated with it.
If you're employer paid for you to get the new Covid-19 vaccine would you? Also, do you think employers can make it part of your employment to be vaccinated for Covid-19?
We all have goals that we want to achieve this year. Whether it's a new job, getting a promotion, starting a side hustle or just learning how to take better pictures of your food creations. To help with hitting our goals Jobcase has partnered with Skillshare to provide our members a Full FREE Month of courses.
We've curated a bunch of great classes to help you with your job search or get yourself in position of a promotion by gaining new skills.
I've been taking a course on how to write a graphic novel. Like I said, the courses are great and can help with a side hustle or finding a creative outlet too. Don't let this offer go by without taking advantage of it.
What's one goal you have for this year?
Elizabethtown, KY - Interviews on the spot! Metalsa Manufacturing will be conducting on site interviews and hiring full-time Manufacturing Associate / Production Technicians, ($15.29 p/hr).
Meet virtually with recruiters on Thursday, January, 21, from 11a - 2p, (local time) to discuss al the job details and immediate hiring opportunities.
Register to attend this event at Metalsa Elizabethtown Virtual Hiring Event
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Eau Claire, WI - Home Improvement leader Menards just posted a Warehouse Associate "guaranteed interview" employment opportunity for job seekers in Eau Claire County, WI.
General Warehouse Team Members are responsible for loading, unloading, sorting, staging and transporting products into and out of the Distribution Center.
Applicants must be at least 18 years old to be considered for this position. Warehouse experience preferred but not required.
Turns out that a Dollar can be worth more than a Dollar depending on the state that you live in the US. Turns out that $1 dollar in Arkansas has a value of $1.17 when compared to the standard of living in the state, which is the highest in the US. The lowest value of $1 dollar in the US goes to Hawaii, where $1 only has $.85 worth of buying power due to the high cost of living. What value does a $1 have in your state?
This is important as there is talk about wanting to raise the National Minimum Wage to $15. In some states, like Arkansas, it will provide a wage that is closer to $17.55 because of the standard of living in the state. Can small businesses in these states afford that raise?
Nerves are common. Nerves are healthy. You’re nervous because you care and want to do well.
However, there is a big difference between being a little nervous and having crippling nerves before an interview that can impact your performance.
So, why the nerves?
The uncertainty. Before most interviews, we don’t know:
A. The personalities of the people we will be meeting with. B. The exact questions we will receive.
There are 2 main ways to reduce interview nerves:
We can only control what is in our control, and those 2 things are very much in our control.
Whether a company is public or private, research ahead of time to gain familiarity and prepare yourself with good questions for the interviewer.
Practicing answers to common questions out loud will both allow those old stories and examples to come to the forefront of your mind which will then allow you to deliver responses in a calm and thoughtful way.