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Gilbert Holloman
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15 days ago

Something I learned at #LB&B Associates ...

Good leader, ship great pay, and a wonderful company #prepcompanyresearch

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Sarita Rivera
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It all depends on the employment position held. There are some jobs that don't require to be much with other people, but in every position it requires the ability to work with all types of people, so in any instance people skills, communication, and many other factors are necessary in any given employment position.

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Tayyaba Rehman
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Quality Health Safety Lead Middle East Africa at Nokia

in order to be result driven you need to be a team player , its all about working together with different stakeholders for one common goal which is achieving desired results and striving for new opportunities

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bugsy francis
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i'm good at work ,i like to get solution in everyb of my work, i don't give up

yeah........is there any job for me?

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Henry Mcguire
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Drive a company car to work and back

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Nancy Seaburg
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6 months ago

I applied for this position some time ago, went through interviews and finally got an offer. It's a little lower than I hope but it's more than what I'm making right now. Not much more but a little more. I heard somewhere the biggest opportunities for pay bumps happen when changing jobs, not during promotions or annual raises. Well, I am here, changing jobs and I am terrified but I also feel like I can't pass up the opportunity not to negotiate a better deal no? I also did some research and the job has a higher average salary when I am from and I have the experience, so it's not really out of left field for me to match what's out there. What do I say? Should I just accept or negotiate? #advice

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Cheryl Gross
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6 months ago

A chance to learn more by working hard

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bless morris
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6 months ago

They the worst to wok for rude don’t care bout days off they still will ask you to work on your days off people always quiting they hire you with 17.56 after 3 months they drop it and give you 15.00 they still money from your pay check or don’t give you your full hours time clock always in and out this was the worst job I ever had

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