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Tina Bell
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over 6 months ago

What made me stay at #Save a lot was my customers

My experience #aboutmyjob #motivation

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Mike Batusic
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over 6 months ago

Terrible management, HR that ignores managers date employees and promoting them, Or use promotion to fix problems with individuals instead of firing them. #obam #brunswick,me #shitemployer #osha #HRwhereareyou?

I was told it was more important to make nice with the undermanaged and lackluster management to get ahead. #fail #badidea #poorculture #mymanagerwassleepingaroundwithothermAnagersandbragged - HR did nothing. #save yourself! #wayfairsucks #equality #raceequalityisneededhere #sexualexplortation

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Fred Goff
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over 6 months ago

Remember the old story about the ant and the grasshopper? Basically, the ants store up for winter and the grasshopper doesn’t- guess who makes it to the next spring.. Ok- it’s really important to be the ant now! I don’t know exactly when it starts but the next recession will be very unforgiving. It will also create new opportunities so it’s not all doom and gloom. But the difference between extreme economic suffering and adjusting to new dynamic and new opps might just be dictated by whether you prepared for a winter like the ant or you were the grasshopper.
I’ll be writing more about this in sept but the article below just really focused me into this on a beautiful sunny morning. And I’m sitting here worried for people. Especially those that find it so hard to save when they struggle to cobble together living wages in a system that increasingly is blind to the circumstance. And, the earlier the prep the easier the prep, thus the quick sharing of this article.. If you don’t like reading economic stuff, don’t worry - the summary is, it’s getting really hard for people who know what they are doing to know what they are doing. As an old trader and economist - that’s not good. So #save Reduce debt Prepare profile and resume for unexpected job searches Get active in volunteering to extend your network And start to think about other ways u can be that ant.

https://www.ft.com/content/5c9b2f70-c5df-11e9-a8e9-296ca66511c9

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Matt Greenwood
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over 6 months ago

I am finishing up high school but working at Home Depot part-time. It's helping me save up for college which is nice. Not sure I will have enough for yet but my manager is cool and let's me pick up extra shifts on Saturday if someone calls out. Hoping I won't need too many more scholarships or finacial aid to help me out. Trying not to end up in debt.

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Broadus Clark
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over 6 months ago

My interview at #Save-a-lot was...

The interviewer expanded the job, hired me as a part-time stocker.

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Broadus Clark
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My interview at #Save-a-lot was...

The interviewer expanded the job, hired me as a part-time stocker.

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Broadus Clark
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over 6 months ago

Stocking shelves

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David Hardwick
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over 6 months ago

Very relaxed, friendly work environment. Customers always came first.

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Pamela Cline
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over 6 months ago

Start saving for retirement with first paycheck! If I had, I'd have a LOT Morin my IRA. Not sure how the retirement "tiers" work now, but I started in Tier 2, changed after 14 years to Tier 1. If I had started in Tier 1, I'd be getting around $5,000 a month, instead of $2,700. No matter what you do, "work" towards your retirement goals.

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