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Patrick Barrett

Do you have an online portfolio? If not, check out Adobe Portfolio (https://portfolio.adobe.com/). It's free with an Adobe subscription, and fairly easy to use.

Good luck on your search Jim!

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Camila Gascon

Hi @Jim Dodson, another thing that might help is to reach out to previous coworkers. They might know someone hiring!

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J Crowell
2 days ago

How will working at Walmart help me grow a career?

Doing what needs to be done.. #advice

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Bonnie Thomas

Learn everything you can. Do what is expected of you. Have good attendance and remember a customer is always right.

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jatoya Jackson

I already had a career In Walmart, but I moved from atl to Vegas and Walmart told me that they don’t do rehire, but be mindful I’m black and a white bitch told me that soooo fuck em

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Charles Kersten
about 2 months ago

Do not work for him

When asked for my wages due he insulted me. Lol. Very mature. Classy. #ageism

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chantel wilson

They really dont like to hire ex walmart workers i have tried to get a job with them for 4 years now and they wont hire me I have a great work history and always kept my jobs for a long time but they are VERY picky I guess.

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Willie Rowland

I have not worked for wallmart every

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BERNICE STEPHENS
about 2 months ago

Discrimination!

I worked for Ohio Edison was told they were not ready for a Black female engineer. Forced to quit Akron University and told I could not quit my job. Filed a civil rights complaint but they threatened the witnesses and myself. So be careful!!

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Sabrina Martyn
4 days ago

A "what would you do" scenario?

Got a job finally in Nov after 9 months unemployed. Thought it was a great, for awhile. Started to realize that the owner is a non-masker and disagrees with everything the who, CDC, and government say to the point of calling the guidelines unconstitutional and started handing out books on the constitution. Also fired an employee for verbally disagreeing with him. Everyday there is ranting about what is going on to the point that I am having a hard time concentrating. Owner also does not pay overtime legally at time and a half but at regular rate. What would you do? Blindly go along and deal with the constant ranting or leave bringing the overtime issue to an authorities attention? #advice

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Justin Snodgrass

These should not even be factors you should consider for staying with an employer. If they disagree with masking procedure it is something they deal with themselves if you are vaccinated this is not an issue for you and has no impact on you. Just like the flu every year there are millions who do not get the shot and wind up fine. It is their responsibility to follow safety procedures not yours and if you get all your shots it should have no impact on you.

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Daniel Ooka

Well that's just sad Charlie. And it truly is a dam shame that the working relationship was eroded by personal feelings. So often in life people focus on the ill effects and not the cause that drove it to that point. Charlie ive owned a business for 28 yrs. i'm on my 3rd (and last) company. But i had to come up thru the ranks working for others to gain that knowledge and skill set to go out on my own. So ive been on both sides of that fence. And I tell you now, your both in the wrong and should be ashamed of yourselves. Neither one of you should be so child like as to air your greviences to other's or in front of others on the job. It showed a serious lack of professionalism and leadership skills on his part. spreading discontent and lack of confidence with his own troops. But what does it say about you Charlie as person ? We go to work to feed our kids not be our kids.

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Helen Crutchfield
about 1 month ago

Labcorp

If you are a hard worker you can go anywhere in Labcorp. That’s what I loved about that company every one had a opportunity to rise up to another position.

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Nancy Snyder
about 1 month ago

Delta Air Lines jobs

Yes I worked for Dl for almost 20 years as a flight att it was great until they merged In hindsight I would have preferred an airline with a union Good luck

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