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STARs Hub Community Liaison
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3 months ago

Hey, STARs (people Skilled Through Alternative Routes)!

Education Design Lab is partnering with Unlock Potential and launching a project to design a retail pathway from store clerk to manager for opportunity youth - young people between the ages of 16 and 24 who are neither enrolled in school, training, or work in Philly! We want to learn from and with Opportunity Youth to deepen our collective understanding of their experiences.

We would deeply appreciate your time to respond to a short screener to see if you qualify and if you do, take a 10-15 minute exploratory survey and potentially follow up for an interview. All responses will remain anonymous and will help inform our work as we move through this project. The first 30 eligible survey respondents will receive a $50 gift certificate and may qualify for a follow-up interview compensated with a $100 gift certificate.

See if you are eligible here -
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScJ_drVGKaioyxVUZ8WB8MrFFHOf9UsfK7dAk8CND5cmjbSUA/viewform

If you are, we will email you the survey, and once completed, follow up with a gift card. For more info, check the attached flyer!

For more helpful content and "No Degree Required" job listings, please visit the STARs Job Hub powered by Stellarworx

#HireSTARs #NoDegreeRequired #EachOneTeachOne #STARsCommunity #STARsHub #TearThePaperCeiling #Survey #PaidInterview

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over 6 months ago

June is a special time to focus on diversity and take stock of how we are doing. We (Jobcase) want to hear about your experiences around diversity in the workplace. Please take a few mins to share your perspective in the following survey: https://jobcase.iad1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_73Vp1uCdfWBDDX8 #jobsearch #diversity #survey

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Lenin Pina
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Shiftsmart is hiring Survey Caller's to conduct phone surveys from home. Shiftsmart partners with well-known brands to conduct surveys on their behalf. Read from scripts and record answers from respondents using our software, that's it.

"EASY WORK this is good for stay at home moms or someone e looking for extra income" - Glassdoor Review

Why Shiftsmart?:

  • Start earning quickly, ($10-20 p/hour conducting phone surveys from home)
  • Work from home
  • Choose your own schedule
  • No sales, no gimmicks

Job Requirements:

  • 18 or older
  • Eligible to work in the US
  • Fluent in English
  • Access to iPhone or Android for work
  • Access to Mac or Windows computer for work
  • Strong internet connection

How to start earning:

  • Submit application
  • Download the app
  • Create your profile
  • Complete welcome call
  • Setup and attend virtual training
  • Choose your shifts and start earning

Start your online application today at https://signup.shiftsmart.com

#hiringnews #jobsearch #workfromhome #survey

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Lois Martin
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over 6 months ago

"Private and anonymous" data isn't so private and anonymous anymore. The other day a news correspondent cautioned against sharing too much information when completing a computer-based survey, explaining that an algorithm has been developed that can easily identify you as the writer/sender! This is important to keep in mind if you are asked to complete such a survey at work.

Remember there is the proper way to communicate concerns at work: one-to-one and face-to-face in a private setting. Guard your privacy and reputation -- and protect your job!

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/23/health/data-privacy-protection.html

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Josette Curry
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over 6 months ago

When a women is being held back for the spouse to gain ratings or get a head in his career. What type of women would you call yourself ? a: an enabler b: team player c: supporting your husband d: just stupid

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mike christner
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over 6 months ago

Survey. Come has been a fair employer. The accounting aspect could use a bit of tweaking. But I do understand the challenges the it. Department is faced with as well. It just seems there are other companies out there that have met that challenge and found their way past it and have found a way to pay their people in a quicker time table and more reliably, which is much appreciated when so much driving and personal everything is put into obtaining satisfactory results for its customers. I do like the work provided to me while doing the job though. It's very satisfying.

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Kristi Starling
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over 6 months ago

An interview usually lasts 40 minutes right? BUT when over 2,000 bosses were surveyed, they said they knew within the first 90 seconds if they will hire a candidate or not! The survey also found some other interesting facts. Below is the percentage of interviewers who said doing this particular thing turned them right off to that candidate.

-70% indicated applicants were too fashionable or trendy (that one is interesting). -67% indicated failure to make eye contact. (makes sense to me) -55% the way the candidate dressed, acted or walked through the door. -47% of clients who had little or no knowledge of the company. (bad, bad, bad) -38% was a tie – quality of voice and overall confidence/lack of a smile. -33% for bad posture. (sit up straight people!!!) -26% because the handshake was too weak. (my friend needs to work on this) 21% for crossing their arms over their chest during the interview. (ya look BORED or angry)

Keep working hard everyone and stay away from getting caught up in the things interviewers hate.

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over 6 months ago

My #Survey "Do You Love/Hate your #Recruiter?"

This is my first Survey "Do You Love/Hate your Recruiter(s)?"

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/R5B9ZG8

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Anne Marie Jeffrey
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over 6 months ago

I would like to hear from anyone that has been looking for work for a while without luck. Also I would encourage all those that feel they are being underpaid to post this, no need to hear where you work, but industry would help. I am conducting research about this as I am drained about hearing on the news how great the nation job picture looks.

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