Just got hired
Hi y'all! I just wanted to thank you for encouraging me to keep the faith and not give up on looking for work. Since 2009, I've been unemployed and today I just got hired at a great place! I am not wanting to disclose where or doing what because of the circumstances and I am being asked to kept confidential by my new employer. But I will say that the people are very decent and hospitable people. Its in the city I live in too so I can not worry about getting a new car too soon. I need to save money for paying student loan forgiveness taxes. I start tomorrow. I don't know my salary yet but I can volunteer maybe but a part time income besides my SSDI check would help pay groceries and uncle Sam well you know the IRS. I didn't file taxes this year because my student loan provider said I didn't have to but Social Security said I might so I was confused. I'll just wait and see what the IRS does. I am under income monitoring period for three years. I can only make $6,000 per year or $500 per month. So if the pay is more than that my check will be cut $2 per each $1 I make. I feel I need my medicare and Medicaid still to pay my doctor and medicines. So I'll let the boss know I can only earn up to $500 per month. But what they can't do is track cash. What if I had a safe in my home. I dare the government to attempt to break in here! Lol I am just relieved that I finally got something after 8 long years. I'm so happy I wanna cry...I'll still come on here to chat with you guys but only when I'm off duty. God bless Jobcase! #hired #job #just #new
Found a job!!
After countless interviews that seemed like i was destined for the position, I finally landed a dream job with Sutter. Once I complete a drug test, back ground check, physical, eye color test, and 2 T.B. tests, I'll be starting late this month. Keep applying, interviewing, and stay positive!!
If my state re-opens I will will feel safe to
S&B plastic industry was my favorite industry because of owner.... Industry owner is very nice person and innocent... His behavior is too much Good... I worked in this industry for 4 years... I wanna get a job in foreign country... Because i want to work hard and i wanna to do something new... And something special... #successstory
Would tuition reimbursement benefits designed for children encourage more employee loyalty?
Salaries & hourly wages are only a small part of the story when it comes to recruiting and maintaining the right employees. This #BostonGlobe article features a #BostonCollege #Custodian’s family #SuccessStory made possible through a tuition benefit plan offered to BC employees and their families. This would be an excellent model to grant more higher education access to low income families and companies would also benefit from more employee retention, loyalty, and lower recruiting cost. Thoughts? - http://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2016/04/09/janitor-see-fifth-child-graduate-from-college/1XX0fLRZgXCZCgoMC2usQN/story.html
Finally found a legitimate work from home position!
After months of wading through want ads, applications, interviews and even onboarding at a few companies that didn't work out well, I was becoming incredibly afraid that the right job for me didn't exist. However, I am so happy to have completed my first week of training as a remote employee supporting customers for a tax preparation software company! The starting pay isn't the greatest, but without the cost of commuting, buying lunch out, etc I think it is doable. The first week of the New Year is giving me tremendous hope for future success, and hope that my fellow job seekers on this site have similar faith in good things to come. This particular sector is ramping up for a very busy season, and I would encourage interested persons to explore similar opportunities. I am with a staffing company currently, but have been assured that if my performance is good that I have an excellent chance of being hired on permanently. There was a reasonable equipment investment on my part (less than $100), and the company provided a computer, webcam and related items necessary for the job. Thankfully I have a spare bedroom set up as an office that is quiet and free of distractions-- and finally being put to good use!! Wishing everyone the best of luck; I know how tough it is out there, especially for those of us who have been out of the work force for a while.