HomeGoods Distribution Centers Now Hiring - Hourly Rates up to $20.00+/ hour, plus additional incentives may apply!
HomeGoods Distribution Centers are NOW HIRING – General Warehouse Associates across the Nation and we’ve made it easier for you to Interview!
Competitive Wages/ Flexible Schedules/ Clean and climate-controlled workspace / Culture that prioritizes health & safety/ Associate Discount/ Paid vacation and sick time / Career advancement and promotion opportunity/ Benefits including medical, dental, and vision insurance, 401k and 401k match/ Additional Incentives may apply
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Hi Jobcase. I am looking for a job for the first time in 5+ years. Since the last time i was looking for a job, I was in an accident that left me with a brain injury.
I am now looking for a new job, and i am nervous because my injury left me with some limitations. Most times I can overcome them with some reasonable additional accommodations from my employer. I work hard and always give it my all.
How do I go about this with my next employer? Any advice or support is welcomed.
Thank you- Jonah
It is tough but move on. If the company\boss does not like\appreciate you - you are probably better off without them in your life. Best of luck.
I was always held back from working because my mom wanted me to focus only on school and finishing university. It was a dependent tactic she put on me since my teens to adulthood. She always felt like she needed me to depend on her for everything as a manipulative tactic. I just graduated with my bachelors and taking 3 pre requisites that my masters program needs. However once I’m done with my pre requisites this semester, I’m taking a year off to find work before I enter in my 2 year masters program. I just need motivation. I need to save up and get out of my home. I will do anything from cleaning houses to delivery. Literally anything.