i am seeking a job in my area (59901) that is in Kalispell Montana. i am a convicted felon but I have discharged my sentence. It's really hard to find a job because i was only recently released from prison. so my past job experience is very short, it consists of three years ago. nothing up to date. my experience is in restaurants since 2007. but in my past I've done concrete, roofing, insulation, landscaping. i did/do have a job right now that is off/on which is installing all types of flooring and tile work. could you please help me find a job that
It was my own goals and dreams that kept me going back to work daily at ADF International, not anything that the company itself self had to offer. While it does indeed offer the best medical benefits in the area, it doesn't offer much else. The wages are not competitive in the industry oh, and the upper management does not know what it is doing. For being an old company, they make a lot of rookie mistakes. I know they're based out of Terrebonne Canada, and I know that Terrebonne conducts itself in a much different way, but my experience at ADF International Montana leaves a very bad taste in my mouth. The foreman are great people, and very knowledgeable personnel. The workforce is a great group of people willing to put in the overtime and stay motivated. The company itself is poorly managed and the turn over there is ridiculous. They've already hired through the pool available to them in Great Falls Montana and they've had to start pulling from outside of Montana. They've begun to hire from all over the country as well as Canada. That's how I come to find myself in Montana, originally from Erie, PA, I came based on a phone interview and their offer for relocation fee. It is only a year later, and after a severe injury to myself, and their very stringent attendance policy, combined with a very non-understanding upper management, I find myself unemployed. Approach this company cautiously. As long as you're a yes man you'll survive just fine. But it doesn't take long for you to see the mistakes that they're making, mistakes that they stand on as practice.
My name is Catherine Garris. I just moved to Montana and in need of a job urgently. Have been a CNA and also worked as an insurance representative in south Africa looking for a better life for myself back in the states where I grew up. A job near Glasgow would be perfect I am eager to learn and will complete any task thrown my way
Had a phone interview with a company located in Chicago hiring for a position where I live in Montana. The phone interview seemed to go well the hiring agent said she would be in town in a couple of weeks and call me for a face to face interview. Now a few days later I received a generic email stating that I am no longer being considered for the position. Should I email the hiring manager back inquiring about this email?
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