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Samantha Cherry
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over 6 months ago

I have a interview at chick-fil-a (assistant manager). I’m currently a assistant manager at my current job so I’m not worried about my duties but I’m worried about my tattoos and piercings. I have no issue wearing long sleeves to cover my tattoos. but am I wasting my time with this company? And aren't sure if they are even LGBTQ friendly.

#interview #management #advice #foodservices #LGBTQ #tattoos #piercings #chick-fil-a #chickfila #wordsofadvice #application

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Shayna Resnick
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Your personal beliefs are none of their concern

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Fay de Guzman
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There’s one upscale senior facility here in Austin , hired an Asian worker as a server in the dinning , on her application she applied for a server in the dining for the senior residence that lives in the facility and guess what this people ( manager / supervisor ) did to her , they assigned her to do the room service for the 4th floor and 5th floor , then she have to pick up all the empty food trays , go down to the main dining bus all the tables , serve drinks and take all the dirty dishes to the dishwasher and then go to the 2nd floor dining and help serve food to the residence and bus tables and go to the main dining to bus all the tables none stop working without a break then yelled at her telling her to go to the 2nd floor to bus the tables and go down to the main dining and clean all the tables and take all dirty dishes to the dishwasher, up and down till they finished serving the dinner . After that she have to helped clean the kitchen and start prepping the main dining for breakfast for 5 hours none stop work up and down two dining’s with no break at all ! They treated her so bad , slaving her up and down busting her behind being a bus person when she applied to be a server not a bus person without a break , what can you say about that ? Is that discrimination or what ? She finally decided to quit for it’s a lot of work without a break at all ! The manager even asked her to be a dishwasher but she just ignored the manager and didn’t do it . What can you guys say about that , is that fair or what ?

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Cynthia Okonkwo
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over 6 months ago

What do you think about face tattoos and do you think that they are a turnoff to potential employers? That was a question that my favorite radio gospel morning show, Get Up Mornings with Erica Campbell, posed to listeners earlier this week. The show, hosted by Erica Campbell of the famed gospel duo, Mary Mary, often asks thought-provoking questions of its listeners to see where people’s hearts and minds are. So, during the “Get Up Poll” segment of the show, listeners were asked, “What do you think about face tattoos?” As you can imagine, the responses rolled in and many people expressed very strong feelings about the topic. Naturally, the conversation quickly started to focus on the impact of facial tattoos on a person’s ability to get a job. So, as I listened to the various responses, I decided that it would be a great topic to delve into this week since my blog is committed to helping job seekers present their best selves during the job search process. Let's take a look at six perspectives on face tattoos and their potential impact on your career success. Check out my full post at https://nnamtique.com/2237-2/.

#Career #jobsearch #FaceTattoos #Findajob #CareerSuccess

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Jamie Schneider
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over 6 months ago

So I'm 38 have 20+ yrs in the restaurant,business as a server manager and lived in Florida for 5yrs now and could only get one job and after hiring me the next day said if I would have seen your tattoos I would not have hired you even though my experience it weighs he ink I was la yes off after 1yr6months so because Spring hill caiters to the elderly and they assume that they don't like to see visable tattoos that they might loose customers well guess what you won't loose business as a result of my ink !!!

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Tanya Sheriff
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over 6 months ago

I just moved to little rock AR and I've been having trouble landing a. Job .due to my tattoos.

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Bryce Johnston
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over 6 months ago

Why do tattoos have to define my work ethic? What makes me not good enough

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Hannah Hunter
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joshua morales
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over 6 months ago

I'm 18 years old and in desperate need of work. I've tried many times to seek employment at simple stores and restaurants but I have yet to hear back from any. My search began ever since I lost my previous job, almost a year and a half now. I'm looking for a job pretty close to my location that doesn't require outdoor work and will hire people without judgment on their physical appearance (piercings, tattoos, etc.)

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Linda Arceri
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over 6 months ago

I don't know what religion you are but a cross is much better than a skull. Do you you know how many a tatoos a friend of ours has and he is a truck driver supporting his family. Watch the wrestling shows and see all the tatoos they have. I was let go because of seizures have not found a paying job since and I have not had 1 for 5 years!

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John Keller
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over 6 months ago

I have 6 job interviews next week. That's good, I know but I have tattoos all over my next. Should I cover them up or let them show?

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