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Brian Hains

All I had was retail experience

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Carol Washington

I posses over 10 years of customer care. I have received compliments on my attention to detail and it was grately appreciated.

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Lawrence White
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1 day ago

Stay at Home and earn $17.75/hour. Interested?

Still looking for a new remote job option? KellyConnect is still hiring full-time, Technical Support Representatives.

The earning potential for this entry-level job opportunity is $17.75/hr. Learn more and apply online today at KellyConnect - Work From Home Technical Support Representative

General Job Duties:

  • Provide customer service to resolve technology challenges through a series of troubleshooting activities and knowledge-based research in a virtual call center environment.

What You’ll Need to Be Considered:

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Must be 18 years or older except where prohibited by law.
  • Minimum 6 months of customer service experience
  • Legal authorization to work in the US
  • High speed internet services

Apply online today at KellyConnect - Work From Home Technical Support Representative

#KellyConnect #hiringnews #jobsearch #fulltime #workfromhome #TechnicalSupport #CustomerService #NationWideUSA

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Jayvon Jackson
1 day ago

Really in need of a work from Home job .. does anyone know of one that’s hiring immediately.  #workfromhome #hiringnews

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Oliver Lieu
1 day ago

Hello, hiring managers. I am looking for a job as a versatile senior full stack engineer with 9+ years of proven experience and strong skills in web development. I have worked on 40+ projects for clients in a variety of industries, consisting of projects on both front-end and back-end technology stack in software development. Especially, I can design and develop a product that will rock your world, plus your customers will like it. And I just want to say that my philosophy is to always build stuff that people use. Also, I am confident that I am offering the best deals possible, awesome feedback from our customers is a kind of proof of my best services.

GitHub: https://github.com/crystal-clear-moon LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/oliver-lieu Portfolio: https://oliver-lieu.herokuapp.com #workfromhome #engineering #application

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nyreona Porter

Depending on where you are the training varies from videos to hands on. Most locations have videos that you learn from and toward the end they will evaluate you based on the knowledge you observed from the videos.

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Chica Alexander
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Kaitlyn Sokolowski

Honestly not terrible, I LOVED my experience with dollar tree. I started as a cashier and moved up through the ranks to store manager within my 6 years with the company. My first DM was all about money but my second was fantastic, goes out of his way to make sure all of his employees are successful. I wouldn't even say the regional manager was bad, intimidating, but not bad. HR and those above them is where it starts to get corrupt. But if you're looking for a lot of hours and expect more than minimum wage DT is not where you want to go.

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lisa callahan

Depending on district. I was in a exhausted district. I covered 2 stores at one time for a few weeks. It’s hard to keep help,they didn’t want pt people working more than 12-15 hours a week. I was a new store manager, no support from higher ups.

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James Vargas

Hey Zelda well just be you be calm take a deep breath so you can feel comfortable the interview is not hard at all it's a temp agency and what you applied for that's where they going to put you at you got this Zelda and when doing the interview go to youtube and type in STARS it will help you with answering any questions they have the video you will watch will be an old man with glasses or a guy with a blue shirt they will explain it so much better to were you will understand

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Dave Marx

Learn everything you can about Kelly services and how they provide their services. Learn as much as you can about their key clients. Finally, be prepared to tell Kelly how you could be an invaluable asset to their organization. Also, don’t be afraid to ASK FOR THE JOB.

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Jessica Kirkland
1 day ago

I am still looking for a job, working from home, but the process has been very slow moving. It seems I meet, even exceed, the qualifications of many, yet getting a response to my applications/resume and even my live interviews, is taking longer than I'd hoped. Longer than I truly can afford for it to take. I refuse to settle for jobs that aren't paying the salary that I require and that I know I am worth, even at entry level positions. So, that could account for the lengthy time frame, I suppose. #jobsearch #persistence #willnotsettle

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Carrie Shull
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Angelleeya Richey

It’s a fun place to learn and you can make a few friends as well.

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Priscilla Crews

Research exactly what the company does and what may be expected of you. Pros and cons. Your Hours and what you know and want to know. Don't agree if it's not true. Be Bold.

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