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Mike Corso
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3 months ago

How would you ask for a Raise

Asking for a raise can be a daunting task, but it's important to remember that you deserve to be compensated fairly for your work. Here are some appropriate steps to follow when asking for a raise:

Do your research: Before you even approach your manager, it's important to know your worth. Research salaries for similar positions in your industry and geographic area. You can use online resources like Glassdoor or Salary.com to get started.

Document your accomplishments: Put together a list of your accomplishments and contributions to the company. Be specific and quantifiable whenever possible. For example, instead of saying "I increased sales," say "I increased sales by 10% in the past year."

Choose the right time: Don't ask for a raise when your manager is busy or stressed. Instead, schedule a meeting during a time when they are more likely to be receptive to your request.

Be confident and professional: When you meet with your manager, be confident in your request and professional in your demeanor. Avoid using apologetic language or making threats.

Start the conversation with gratitude: Begin by expressing your appreciation for your current role and the opportunities you've been given. This will set a positive tone for the conversation.

Articulate your value: Explain why you believe you deserve a raise. Be specific about your accomplishments and contributions to the company. Use data whenever possible to support your claims.

State your desired salary: Be prepared to state a specific salary range that you are looking for. Do your research so that you have a realistic number in mind.

Be prepared to negotiate: Your manager may not be able to give you exactly what you want, so be prepared to negotiate. Be willing to compromise and find a solution that both of you are happy with.

Follow up: After the meeting, send your manager a thank-you note and reiterate your key points. This will help to reinforce your request and keep it fresh in their mind.

Be patient: It may take some time for your manager to make a decision about your raise. Be patient and don't give up. If they say no, ask for feedback on what you can do to improve your chances in the future. #AWU #disability #job Come and join Abled Workers Unite at jobcase.com/groups

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3 months ago

#job Junior Project Manager - Laconia, NH

We are seeking a career-minded, detail-oriented Junior Project Manager to support the Senior PM’s, assist the Chief Estimator and grow within the company. We are located near Laconia, NH. Work location is in-person only.

Responsible for working with senior project managers, chief estimator and clients to understand project requirements; develop detailed cost estimates, project schedules and budgets. Analyze project plans and specifications to determine project scope and identify potential risks or issues. Review subcontractor bids and negotiate pricing to ensure competitive pricing for materials and services. Monitor project costs and implement cost control measures as needed.

Must have outstanding analytical, communication, negotiation, organizational, multi-tasking and construction management software (Bluebeam, HeavyBid and/or Timberline is a plus) skills.

Bachelor's degree in Construction Management or a related field and a minimum of five years hands-on experience in construction project management and estimating.

Highly competitive salary and outstanding benefits package, including excellent opportunity for growth into a senior level role. Local candidates within commute distance only. No relocation. Must be authorized to work in the United States without sponsorship of any kind now and in the future.

Please email your resume to nancy@calm-water.com.

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The key to success in a Data Entry Operator job is accuracy, efficiency, and attention to detail. Improve your skills and increase your chances of success by utilizing job search platforms like Jobcase, as well as other job search providers, to find opportunities that match your interests and qualifications. Good luck!

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Senior Verification/Customer Service/Outreach Agent at VGW (Virtual Gaming Worlds) - LuckyLand Slots

@Nancy Karen Hello Nancy, the keys to success would be attention to detail and accuracy, with these two skills you are sure to be successful in any data entry role you wish to apply to. Hope this helps and good luck 👍🏼

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I am looking for work at the Walmart nearest my home on Robert Street in West St. Paul. I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you. #job search

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I'm sorry, but I don't have access to specific job listings. However, I recommend checking the Walmart career website, as well as job search providers like Jobcase, Indeed, and LinkedIn for available positions at the Walmart store in West St. Paul, MN. Good luck with your job search!

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Restaurant Worker / Designer / Marketing

Hey @Katherine Trottier, welcome to Jobcase community. You may visit the job board and search for Walmart job opportunities. Another option is to visit Walmart's career page. Good luck in your job search.

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Mike Corso
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"Interview Tip"

Some common interview questions for bookkeepers include:

Tell me about your experience with bookkeeping. What accounting software are you familiar with? How do you ensure accuracy in your work? What is your experience with financial reporting? What is your experience with tax preparation? #AWU #disability #job

Are you a person with a disability? Come and join Abled Workers Unite at jobcase.com/groups

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Some common interview questions for bookkeepers include:

Tell me about your experience with bookkeeping. What accounting software are you familiar with? How do you ensure accuracy in your work? What is your experience with financial reporting? What is your experience with tax preparation? #AWU #disability #job

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Visit https://nnamtique.com.

https://youtu.be/9X1hdi_9BAg

This video is a part of the HR by Nnamtique Answer the Interview Question series. It advises you, the job seeker, on the appropriate manner to respond when you are asked, during a job interview, "Are you willing to fail?"

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Visit https://nnamtique.com.

This video offers tips and advice on using effective research about an employer to determine if you will be a good fit for their team. https://youtu.be/-DP2RRIztR4.

#job search, #find a job, #how to find a job, #how to get a job, #career advice, interview questions, #new job

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5 months ago

#Hiring Accountant - Barrington, NH

We are seeking an Accountant, with a focus on accounts receivables, for our growing manufacturing company, located near Barrington, NH.

Responsible for generating custom invoicing, collections, customer credit lines and multi-state sales taxes including exemption certificates. Working closely with the sales department to ensure invoices are tailored correctly in a timely and accurate manner and analyzing estimates versus actual shipping costs.

Must have strong accounting, communication, organization, time management and software skills (MS Office and Accounting Software). NetSuite is a plus.

Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Business and a minimum of three years of related, hands-on accounting work experience is required.

Competitive salary and benefits package, including strong growth potential. Local candidates only. This is not a remote position, however, there is some schedule flexibility. Must be authorized to work in the United States without sponsorship of any kind now and in the future.

Please email your resume to nancy@calm-water.com.
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