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Dr. Chassidy Lucas
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over 6 months ago

This is what I found to be true and easy to fix. When we are out of our daily cycle, element or routine, we immediatley FEEL mentally and physically injured somehow and becoming depressed sits in. We pull out the ice cream, booze, pot, munchies and couch and we couch it out.

The good thing is that once your damn mad and anger works itself out, we forgive and go back to the work force. Most people in management do not have a clue how to help, fix or need their people. As a group you can show each other how. Losing something is a only way to know how badly hurt can hurt you. Happiness lives inside you, it comes out when you need it. Call on your happiness more. Even at the very moment that you absolutly do not care is when your happiness inside you is working the most. Because if your heart does not have the hurt to heal then happiness has no meaning. Use your hurt to make a new happiness inside you. New happiness leads to so many new things.

Being a mother with the everyday stress? stress is your pal, your roommate, your friend. Stress means your doing it right and mother you are. Remember new happiness everyday!

#jobsearch #motivation #advice #stressful #interview #environmental #people #understanding

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over 6 months ago

Being a good leader is not an easy task. It requires a combination of skills, qualities and characteristics that are essential for leading a group of people towards a common goal. A good leader is someone who inspires, motivates and guides their team to success. In this article, we will explore the qualities it takes to be a good leader and how to develop them.

  1. Communication Skills Effective communication is one of the most important qualities a leader should possess. It involves the ability to convey ideas, goals, and expectations clearly and concisely. A good leader should be a skilled listener, able to understand the concerns and needs of their team members. They should also be able to provide constructive feedback to their team members, both individually and collectively.

  2. Visionary A good leader has a clear vision for the future. They are able to articulate a compelling vision that inspires and motivates their team to work towards a common goal. This vision should be realistic, attainable and aligned with the values of the organization.

  3. Integrity Integrity is the foundation of good leadership. A leader should be honest, transparent, and accountable. They should lead by example and demonstrate ethical behavior at all times. A good leader should prioritize the interests of the organization and its team members above their own.

  4. Empathy Empathy is the ability to understand and share the feelings of others. A good leader should be able to empathize with their team members and understand their concerns and needs. This helps to build trust and foster a positive work culture.

  5. Decision-making skills Leaders are often required to make tough decisions. A good leader should be able to make timely and informed decisions that are in the best interests of the organization. They should be able to analyze information, consider different perspectives, and weigh the pros and cons of different options.

  6. Adaptability The ability to adapt to changing circumstances is crucial for good leadership. A good leader should be able to adjust their plans and strategies to meet the changing needs of the organization. They should be flexible, open-minded, and willing to learn from their experiences.

  7. Confidence Confidence is an important quality for good leadership. A good leader should be self-assured and confident in their abilities. This helps to inspire confidence in their team members and build trust.

  8. Motivational A good leader should be able to inspire and motivate their team to achieve their goals. They should be able to recognize and reward their team members for their hard work and achievements. This helps to build a positive work culture and fosters a sense of loyalty and commitment.

#leadership #leaders #leader #empathy #team #work #success #people #share #future #communication #culture #quality #jobsearch #interview #resume #motivation #hiringnews #california #beenwondering #careerpath #texas #policy

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Edra Meadows
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over 6 months ago

Dont matter now good of a job you do they dont call you for more work on 1 job for 6 months that they sent back over 15 people in another job supposed to be 2 weeks and was there almost 2 months ive left messages but since michelle left on one calls me besides that I like them just trying to be homest

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Scott Dudgeon
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over 6 months ago

While in the Grand Forks, ND area, I had a lot of regular assignments with People Ready. When I moved to the Fargo, ND area, the jobs with People Ready do not exist. They are always looking for help in the Detroit Lakes, MN area. I do not have a vehicle to get me there. Even if I did, the fact that you have to pay for your own gas and give up 2 hours or more of your time with no compensation for doing it would make me avoid the job. I do not understand why People Ready does not have more opportunity in the FARGO area. This is a larger city than Grand Forks. There must bee more employers seeking help.

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Desiree Holmes
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over 6 months ago

To land a job at #PEOPLE'S TRANSIT I would make sure to...

Great company to work for

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James Bryant
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over 6 months ago

I FELT PROUD WORKING FOR PEOPLE READY LLC TY TY FOR ASKING

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Scott Dudgeon
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over 6 months ago

I wish they would have had accounting related jobs at their facility. I ended up doing a lot of stocking jobs with them.

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Jamaine Dickerson
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over 6 months ago

It's connect you with real money and people!

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Ruth Tackett
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over 6 months ago

#people think I am too old. Bit everywhere I have worked they all said I work like a 30 year old I adapt well to any job

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Hollisha Hale
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over 6 months ago

Recently, I tried to get my branch manager to bond with my 4-month old kitten. That was an epic fail! He’s allergic to cats & now I’m “The Cat Lady.” 🤣😾 #PeopleReady

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