I turned a bad workday into a GREAT one by...focusing on my daily work and soon I was back to my goofy self and the rest of my day feel into place
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I have an appeal hearing in the next week, I quit my job after my DM offered me a 2 week personal leave so I could get a personal situation handled. Yet, within a week , she called shouted at me for not being at work, and going on about how my team deserved a better leader and several other things. She went overboard, and later realized she had not only recommended, but also approved the amount of time I’d be off . I believe I am entitled for benefits after voluntary quitting because I was praised and told I was one of her best managers up until the day she Failed to remember our agreement and exposed her true feelings. Things would never be good between us again. I’d like to hear other opinions please. Thanks #professionalism
Does anyone find it strange that the government is putting a lot of emphasis on getting children back in school, but not on children being vaccinated? I may self do not hear those words or phrases being spoken in the news or on social media. ... 🤔 only about teachers being vaccinated.
Now I know that every city news reports that come out are at different times. I honestly have not heard any reports on children being vaccinated before returning to schools.
I've been following conservations for a while, I just have a few questions. 1) What will happen when all of us baby boomers retire and start taking our social security benefits, retirement, investment, you know stuff like that. Our parents left many assurances for us: Stay in school at least graduate from high school, invest in yourself and when others notice that, they will invest in you. There is so much out there for everyone if you need to go back to school then go, if you have a dream to fulfill then do so. I'm worked will so many people that have complained about the system will not help them. My question is how about you help yourself. At least complete high school that is the beginning of success, there are so many agencies that are reaching out to support. I had a young man in my office who point blank told me, "He was looking for a Suga Momma". I was polite and professional: We don't support nor have any such position, then proceeded to go forward with the interview. He had not completed high school and when he realized I was there to support him and help, not judge the conservation went in a different direction. Our agency supported him and enrolled him in a GED class and when completed come back and now is working. Sometime all anyone needs is: Hope, Trust and you are not a failure , Homemade Bread is not bread until it goes thru the correct process. You know a little heat, don't fix the problem but teach the result. One step at a time.
I'm getting ready to start my first job and had asked the manager about the dress code. He said it's pretty casual and can wear jeans. My first day is next week, and although I would love to go to work in jeans, I want to make sure I make a really good impression. Should I dress up just a little better so I start off on a good foot here? #Advice #Determined
I’ve recently gotten a job in an office setting, and I’m worried that I don’t have the clothes to look professional. I know WHAT to wear (no leggings!). But in order to GET professional clothes I NEED money - so how can I dress to impress before getting my first paycheck (which might be about three weeks away…) Help! I’m not sure what to do, especially about shoes since they can be more expensive if you want them to look good… any tips on how to bend the dress code in an office setting?? What’s the minimum requirement for looking professional?
Presentation is everything, yes I know we are not suppose to judge a book by it's cover, but, c'mon something got to give. Look the part, if you want a teaching position, you can not come in looking like your desperate for a job, even if that is the case. If you are applying for an administrative job and the position requires for you to have excel skills. Practice and learn the skills you need before going into an interview. Think about it this way, if you were the employer, would you hire yourself, just by how you dress or the skills you have ?
I'm about to start my first job in data entry but I have NO IDEA how I'm supposed to dress. I think they mentioned to me that it's a pretty casual office, but what does that mean? Does it mean I wear jeans, or do I need to dress up?? I'm just so confused right now.