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Allen Stewart
5 days ago

Hiring event

If you have been out of the market for a while and not sure how to get your foot in the door, here is your chance.

Hermiston Lamb Weston will be conducting onsite interviews for open positions on Tuesday, May 18. Follow the link below to apply or come down and and see what a career in working with potato products can do for you!

https://lambweston.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/Lamb_External/0/refreshFacet/318c8bb6f553100021d223d9780d30be

#jobs #careersinfood #jobsinproduction #manufacturing #hiringevent #nowhiring #hiring #careers

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Kai Dickerson posted an article
Mar 16, 2021

How to give two weeks notice with 3 examples

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Paul Baker
Community Specialist
about 1 month ago

Is "culture fit" the new form of discrimination?

Have you ever applied for a job, put in for a promotion and told that you meet all the qualifications and they're pretty sure that you can do the job but they can't hire or promote you because you're just not a fit culturally?

It turns out you're not alone and some of the biggest and best known companies are being accused of using this in their hiring practices, included Facebook.

Have you ever faced this type of discrimination in your job search or on the job during your career?

#jobsearch #discrimination

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Jin Kim

It is the limit of human intelligence in the present human world, which has not yet fully matured.

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Bill Knotek

In educator circles too, I heard the term recently. I imagine because of my age I will hear it more. Let’s change this @@@@.

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Ajay A.
3 months ago

Would you leave or stay put?

If you were working at a job that you enjoyed and did very well in, but you had a boss that you couldn't stand, or a work environment where there was a lot of politics, would you leave (upon finding new of course), or would you stay put? And let's say this was all happening during an economic crisis where there is widespread layoffs and high unemployment, but your current position is safe as you are needed necessary to the company/department. #advice

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Ronald Chambers
21 days ago

My best advice

Be loyal to your employment.

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Jack M
3 months ago

Rideshare Drivers for Potswork Lyft Or Uber Get COVID-19 ECONOMIC INJURY DISASTER LOAN

If you drive for Uber, Potswork or Lyft follow the SBA.gov link below and get covid relief loans as much as $20,000 as independent contractors. Also, all Uber and Lyft drivers sign up for Potswork Driver App and set your prices for all trips you complete. Share your driver profile with current riders and make them future regulars.

https://covid19relief.sba.gov/#/business-info

#rideshare #ridesharedriver #jobs #pua #uber #ubereats #lyft #potswork

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Paul Baker
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about 2 months ago

Have you been working during the pandemic?

I came across this video from an Aldis' Manager who has been working at Aldi in an essential job for the last year during the pandemic. What's it been like for you during this past year at work? Do you feel like your company has been supporting you?

#coronavirus #jobsearch

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Timur Nomad Sharifiy

Truck Driver - All roads are open

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Tracie Janecek

No

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