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thelma martin
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6 months ago

By being punctual and make sure I'm always at work and all my task or done.

#walmart #onthejob

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Dental Tech at Burdette Dental Lab

I am a worker, I just kept in my head let’s keep this going, always striving to make customer happy

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Daniel Livingston
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kept busy and did the work what made the time pass

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Takiya Ramirez
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Over Night Stocker at Sams Club

Makes you feel like a true member not just an employee

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Antonio Lopez
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Treat each their employees with dignity and respect.

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Kelsey Berube
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Never work there . But want to work there in Corpus Christi Texas.

#UPS #onthejob

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Yes !! Working sure the AM pre-load was a lot of fun; no interaction with the public, laid back supervisors, pressure to make sure trucks were ready, lots of laughing (a few tears), dirty jokes and good team building. Sure, there were days of frustration but they were few as long as issues were addressed.

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Rebecca Carter
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I loved working there. It was fast paced and hands on. I also had great supervisors!

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Heath Alva
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I've never worked behind the counter of a fast food restaurant but I'm very curious what it's like when a new food item drops and customers rush in to try the new food. For instance, when Popeye's launched their first chicken sandwiches it looked insane to work at one of their restaurants. I bring it up because Popeye's has new Chicken Sandwich that they're introducing.

#foodservices #onthejob #watercooler

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Balaji Arya
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People often talk about red flags on the job, but what are some green flags? What is a signal that a company is worth staying with to advance your career? 🤔

Here are some good indications:

  • Outcome over hours - your team loves to see your work and praise you for the impact you've made
  • Good communication - you feel empowered to do your tasks after team meetings because of clear action items
  • Inclusive culture - you work in a diverse team that values your opinions and makes you feel a part of them
  • Regular 1:1 sessions - a manager who cares about your progress
  • Feeling challenged - it's a great feeling to tackle a touch challenge that you can see yourself accomplishing

What are your workplace green flags? #watercooler #onthejob

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Heath Alva
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What was it like to work on this holiday dedicated to food and drink? Was it a blast or was it just a day that you wished to get off in the end?

#bartender #foodservices #onthejob

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Paul Baker
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If you’re looking to advance in your career, thinking about the way you communicate is a good place to start. Avoid saying these 5 things in a professional environment.

  1. “But” - Simply stop after the statement. If you must add a conjunction and second phrase, use “and.” For example, “That’s a great idea, and we can look at it more closely.”
  2. “This might be stupid/silly” - Simply state your idea without qualifying it. You’ll be more valued for your contributions.
  3. “Respectfully” - Same goes for the word “honestly.” If you’re reacting out of anger, take a moment to collect your thoughts to respond appropriately.
  4. “I’m so busy” - It’s rarely a good idea to just respond with a general “I’m busy,” as there’s little anyone can do about that except you.
  5. “Try” - If you’re not convinced you can complete a task, give specifics about the challenges or concerns. That can help you get the clarity, assistance, or resources you need.

What else should you avoid saying #OnTheJob or in #interviews? #jobsearch

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Jennifer Young
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Soooo. A very good friend of mine just starting dating her coworker. Normally I'd say this is a bad idea, but I don't want to rain on her parade. It's been a long time since her last BF and I don't want to come off as unsupportive.
What do you think? Is dating at work a good idea?

#advice #onthejob #watercooler

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Michael Frash
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Whether you're looking for a new job, or dealing with on the job stress, burnout can be real. The 5 stages of burnout are:

  1. Honeymoon phase
  2. Onset of stress phase
  3. Chronic stress phase
  4. Burnout phase
  5. Habitual burnout phase

How do you deal with job or career burnout? #advice #jobsearch #onthejob

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Balaji Arya
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When you start a new job, it’s a whirlwind of introductions, training, and figuring everything out. You likely have a whole new team of people you need to get to know.

Personally, I like to ask “How long have you worked here?” It’s a good way to learn more about your colleague, and can open up the conversation.

Here are 51 other get to know you icebreakers.
What do you talk about when meeting a coworker for the first time?

#connections #onthejob

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