I just move to South Florida with my long time girlfriend who has a home near Ft. Lauderdale. I just put my resume online and have Ben applying for the areas that I have education and experience in. I work 23 years in law enforcement and retired as a lieutenant. I then ran and operated my own small business while I attended college full-time for six years earning two bachelor degrees and a Associate’s degree. My administration experience, public administration, political science BA’s along with my paralegal and law enforcement associates degrees are not getting me any interviews; only scammed. I’m getting close to interview for human resource positions and it turns out it’s a scam or American Income Life or AFLAC. Horrible how recruiters online do this by promising you an entirely different position in management. It’s awful. Any advice? I have a solid resume that covers the wide variety of tasks that I performed as an administrator/lieutenant and working with human resources/ training and recruitment. Any advice from a recruiter or some other professional 48 years old who is trying to reestablish a second career would be appreciated.
I would love to find a job, from home, make my own hours. I have Multiple Sclerosis and need something that I can set my own hours due to sickness at times. I worked all my life. I worked for the State of California and did medical billing, working as a legal typist and worked as a book keeper for realty offices. All I can find is stuff like surveys (which pay next to nothing) or play games. Too old for games and the surveys take forever for .50. I am so tired of not being able to find something to help me. #advice #healthcare #disabled #careeradvice #legal #help
I just received official court doc. Saying I was in front of a Judge because I was arrested on a warrant .It was a civil warrant. They said my UI benefits were discussed and that the Judge would like to meet again the end of April. He miraculously removed the warrants and fines, but make sure I call in for the review on the 29th. If I am working he wants income withholding set up. If Im not to turn into my case worker 10 leads per week. Now where is the 12000.00 that I qualify for and received 3 payments. Where is my remaining monies? This is BS. #unemployment #legal #coronavirus #scandolous Judge# stealing my benifits
I resigned from my job with 3 sick and 1 personal holiday unused. That’s a total of 32 hours I was expecting to collect on my last paycheck according to my original manager but when I brought it up to HR they told me that has never been a separation of employment policy. I was counting on that money to pay bills until I could find another job. I would have taken that time off if I knew I wasn't going to get paid for it. Is there anything I can do to get paid for time that I’ve already earned?
Back in 2011 I was (wrongfully) convicted of Attempted Forgery. Even though I didn't do anything, my lawyer said it was a better idea to take the plea of 2 years probation and no jail time rather than take it to a jury (which, had I done that I probably would have lost and ended up in prison). I agreed, did my two years probation and was done.
I havent really had an issue finding work here in AZ. I was hired at a hospital doing Registration and I currently work in RETAIL at a tool store as a cashier handeling money, credit cards, checks ect.
Ive been looking for a second job and am worried about them doing a BG check. Even though I havent been in any trouble since or even before that, it's still worrisome. I got hired at walmart but the retracted the offer because my felony isnt 10 years or older.
I recently got a Supervisor position job offer at Castle Mega Store and I know they will be doing a BG check. I'm scared I'm going to lose this job offer.
Ive had no incidents with regarding my conviction at my current job and can provide proof. I also have character witness letters attesting my dedication, skills and reform.
Any words of advice would be appreciated...if I lose this offer, I'm going to lose my damn mind
I am looking for a job since February 2016 and have still have not been successful in landing a job. I am looking for a job in the legal/contracts field. Will this long term gap in my employment history make it difficult for me to get a job ? I am currently keeping busy by reading books related to my field and engaging in volunteering activity in the local aid clinic.
Can someone please explain to me what the qualifications for a security officer are? I've applied to a lot of companies and all they tell me is " Thank you for your interest as a security officer, however we are pursuing candidates that closely match our requirements or we are no longer pursuing your application" . Really? What does that mean.?