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Anahi Dominguez
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over 6 months ago

One thing I would have loved to have at #La Costa Dental was Another manager.

Damn office over worked us and under paid everyone. The stress from the cliques and toxic attitudes literally gave me a mental break down. And I haven’t worked in a dental office after that traumatic experience. The management literally destroyed any and all joy I had for that field. ✌🏼

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Blanca Maldonado
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over 6 months ago

I loved working with the clients n listening to All the stories they had to tell

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Denise McInerney
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over 6 months ago

Better Pay

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Dominique Holmes
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over 6 months ago

What made me stay at #La Plastic.company was

It was relaxing and very good opportunity there

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Agustin Quintero
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over 6 months ago

Better leaders and more support. Make new hires do their job and not to be scared. Hire people that can relate to the youth

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Elyssa Duncan
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over 6 months ago

Bonduelle is looking to fill nearly 200 open roles throughout the #LosAngeles and surrounding areas!!

Bonduelle has been a leader in innovative fresh food products for over 45 years by responsibly delivering plant-based foods to communities across the world.

Interested in applying at Bonduelle? Click here to search for openings!

#hiringnow #hiringnews #hiringnewsLA #LA

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Elyssa Duncan
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over 6 months ago

If so, your skills are in high demand right now in the #LosAngeles area! There are multiple facilities that are in need of caregivers.

  • Leisure Vale Retirement Home in Glendale is looking for caregivers for the elderly. Training is available. Put a smile on the elderly that needs help daily!

  • CARE Connection in Los Angeles is looking for professional care takers with experience in providing personal care and service assistance to senior citizens, at-risk populations, and other groups.

  • Home Instead Senior Care in Pasadena is looking for caring and compassionate caregivers to join the team.

  • American All Care Services in #LA is hiring caregivers, registered nurses and licensed practical nurses. They service Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, and Riverside counties.

  • Comfort Keepers provides essential in-home care to seniors. This company is actively recruiting an additional 2,000 caregivers nationwide to meet the increased demands.

  • Angel Care Staffing, Inc. is hiring caregivers mostly to be assigned in facilities in Glendale, Long Beach, Monrovia, and Valley Village.

Know of a #caregiver looking for a new role? Tag them in this post!

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Elyssa Duncan
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over 6 months ago

Two young Southern California bakers learned what it is like to become successful entrepreneurs! In the midst of this pandemic, Kailani and Malia - ages 12 and 13 - started a business called Conscious Kids Cookies.

The cookies are made by the girls in their family’s kitchen and have been selling like crazy. Kailani and Malia proudly donate 10% of their profits to the organization No Kid Hungry.

Click here to learn more!

#LosAngeles #LA

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Elyssa Duncan
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over 6 months ago

In the midst of an unprecedented surge in coronavirus cases, #LosAngeles city officials announced that they are relaxing parking enforcement.

There will be no ticketing for street-sweeping violations or expired registration effective immediately, the #LA County Sheriff’s Department said in a news release.

This is to recognize that with the stay at home order in place, there needs to be more parking available to residents.

Should more cities be doing this? Comment your thoughts below!

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Elyssa Duncan
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over 6 months ago

#LosAngeles County health officials have announced a new wave of restrictions. These guidelines were put in place to help with capacity issues after a dramatic jump in COVID-related hospitalizations over the holiday weekend. This spike has doubled the state's rate of increase. What are your thoughts?

NEW restrictions include:

  • No public or private gatherings with individuals not in your immediate household

  • No playgrounds not part of a school/child-care center

  • Masks required at all times during outdoor recreation activities

  • Essential retail stores are limited to 35% of capacity

  • Nonessential retail stores, malls, libraries and personal care establishments such as hair salons, barbershops, nail salons, piercing shops, tanning services and massage therapy are limited to 20% of capacity

  • A 50% capacity limit applies to outdoor museums, galleries, zoos and aquariums

  • Outdoor card-rooms must close

  • Restaurants in most of #LA County can offer only takeout and pickup service

#Coronavirus

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Desiree Rodriguez
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I'm all for it, they should've been consistent with this from the beginning.

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Madonna Martinez

I know people complain about it, but so many also do not follow protocol and we continue to stay in this mess. If people acted more then they talked and would have appreciated what Newsom did the first time around California would have been the first to open fully and we would still be in that situation. People, I want out too so I wear the mask to protect you, please wear one to protect me. We could all be out by Christmas and New Years if we listen to him today. Thanks for asking opinion.

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