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Don't freak out! Work can be hectic, but this topic helps you to combat stresses on the job and offers you the support you deserve. So whether you are feeling frustrated with your boss or you are just having a rough day this is the place to come to be heard.
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Toby Fagundes
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26 days ago

I've got a strong back and 2 working arms not scared to get dirty. Looking for a job with a growing company. If there is anyone hiring. I am proficient at anything I do. I have a strong mind and it cone to use well when tackling new jobs. #jobsearch #workfromhome #hiringnews #customerservice #nationwideusa

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Shante Brown
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26 days ago

10+years of customer service and have had the hardest time finding a remote position paid weekly

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C L
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about 1 month ago

My 30+ year career has been mostly sales jobs - various industries and some more than decent money but sales nonetheless. I never loved it but I could tolerate it when I was in my 30s. Now I am burned out and failing because I just dont want to do it anymore. It is starting to impact my health because sales jobs are stressful - even when things are going well. I have done it so long that no one will give me a chance to do anything else and I dont know what else to try to do. I am almost 60 so it is too late to try to go back to school for a few years. My black skin and grey hair dont help me either

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David Burgenmeyer
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about 1 month ago

Well first of all covid is one big hoax. Fauchi is running scared as the cdc has finally said that the so called vaccines are safe. Actually they're extremely deadly. I would go to a local farm store n buy some ivermectin n that will keep you safe n just don't take that garbage and also these placebo maskvare totally useless. It's all about fear n control n I would suggest you don't work for any company that forces you to endanger your life over a forced deadly so called vaccine. Its an mrna gene therapy and it kills your immune system! #

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Roger Dickman

@David Burgenmeyer Keep your immune system healthy and strong, and you shouldn't have any problems 💯

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Derrick Mc Cants

Wear a protective mask and use hand sanitizer after touching door handles and equiptment.

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Valerie Ross
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about 1 month ago

Can they fire me from too much bereavement within a year?

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Robin Smith
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about 1 month ago

Searching for a job has been nothing but discouraging. My job search has been going on for a couple of months; I've been getting turned away almost everywhere and it sucks. My hope is dwindling. However, I'm going to keep looking and praying that the right job falls in my lap.

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Nur Yunlu
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about 1 month ago
  • A restaurant job is not like brain surgery. It is a simple job, but it requires skills. Those skills come with experience.

  • Restaurant shifts can be long and late at night.

  • Working in front of the house or back doesn’t matter because the job requires you to be on your feet, moving around, and carrying things for long periods.

#jobsearch #aboutmyjob #workfromhome #foodservices #retail #motivation #advice #watercooler #interview #resume #application #wordsofadvice

  • The restaurant job is not great for everyone. The shift can be stressful when it gets busy. If you are not multi-task, it could be a stressful night.

  • if you work in the front of the house, you have to be polite all the time towards guests.

These are the challenges I remember. Let me know about other challenges with working in a restaurant. Please, add your comments.

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Frederick Hernandez
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Hope so.

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debra ethan

I don't believe a restaurant job would be simple. Wait staff must be customer service oriented, must think on their feet, remember menu items at the drop of a hat, even if they change daily. Plus they come up against the most rude, inconsiderate people, make a very low wage, are on their feet for hours, handle hot plates, tips aren't a given & must be pleasant through it all. A cook, dishwasher, or busser also has to work hard, oftentimes in very difficult environments - hot kitchen, easy to slip or cut yourself. This does not sound simple to me. Restaurant workers are at the mercy of the public. Working in a restaurant may be temporary for many who are moonlighting or working their way through college. Otherwise, a restaurant job as a cook/chef or any other role would work out well if you loved it so much you could own & operate your own place.

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Joseph Smith
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about 1 month ago

Does anyone know where a homeless person who lost everything can apply for work and start over? #jobsearch #advice

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Dijana korajac
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about 1 month ago

Is there anything I can do legally after losing my job from st Elizabeth hospital I was a food worker I worked there for 3 weeks and we have 3 months probation period regardless of that one day I go into work where my coworkers stared talking down to me swearing at me even physically threatening me on a job all because they didn't like me personally or why I was talking during a line of making food where we all talk all the time one day when as everyone was quite I was just saying some suggestions about kitchen and one girl stars to shus me I told her I am not on school to be told when to be quite and that I only have one boss there and that's the manager she was like go u fuck this that take that cart upstairs u activate me so much even her guy friend got in my face screaming to take the food upstairs he looked so angry was scard he would hit me as I asked for him to back down he never did he only got closer and the girl eventually stared running toward me to physically fight me after allthat was over and done with I called the major manager and explains what hapoend where he assured me. That he will get to the bottom of this not to worry to only call me next day and say well u have too many absenteeism and call ins on ur probation period so I am letting u go he never explains what happened to ppl that attack me if anything would I feel so betrayed by work place and they made me feel so unsafe unworthy and scared to work on any job now I feel like I will be attacked us there anything I can do for this and what would that be please please help #termination #stressful #management #advice

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John Boykin
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about 1 month ago

As it has been explained to me, the majotiy of empoyers utomatically assue veterans have PTSD and are a liability… #veterans #interview #wordsofadvice

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