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Anthony Mcgee
over 6 months ago

Applying for the job

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Casey Postell
over 6 months ago

I would advise to not even consider working there. The company is full of lies and run by currupt people. Of course they suger coat everything for you then treat you like a nobody. There is no money to be made and no room to climb the ladder in the company. The service manager is full. Do not expect a career out of that place. Fast food places start you out better

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Shawn Holmes
over 6 months ago

Was great

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Lee Spalla
over 6 months ago

Great place to work. Great people. Family business.

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Fred Goff
CEO and Founder of Jobcase
over 6 months ago

Expand your earnings horizon? new collar?

One of the tenets of Jobcase is that we all have to drive our own career success in this new world of work (jobcasers are here to help one another do that). Good news in this #coronavirus moment is that a lot of companies are stepping forward with programs to help.
I dont believe 4-year degrees are going to be as required in the next decade as they have been in the past (in order to get a living wage or better job). Here is a good resource IBM has launched to see if you might be right for careers in IT that don't require a 4 year degree. If you think tech is interesting and thinking of how to get yourself into a new path toward higher earnings - this might be worth your time to check it out... #StrongerTogether #tech #education #newstart #opportunity

https://www.ibm.com/services/learning/newcollar

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Tricia Hendrix
Community Specialist
over 6 months ago

This company is helping those with autism find work

"I think the special needs community is way more productive than people think," said Gabe Venuto. "I don't think they should underestimate us."

Gabe, 24, of Wilmington Delaware was diagnosed with autism early in life. He was essentially non-verbal until the age of 6, at which point he still struggled academically and socially.

"I think companies out there should give every person an equal opportunity to show the world that we're very determined to get the job done," he said.

Gabe got a new lease on life when he was hired by The Precisionists, Inc., a company that provides I.T. and business services to partners.

"This company was founded with the intention of hiring over 10,000 people with developmental disabilities like autism, over the next five to 10 years, said Ernie Dianastasis, Founder and CEO. "We work very hard to understand where and what their strengths are and where they could thrive in a corporate work environment."

This has led to dozens of job opportunities at the Wilmington location alone. Each hired individual is placed in a role fit for their strengths. In order to reach their employment goals, the company is expanding its reach both nationwide and locally with partners like Independence Blue Cross, PECO, Vertex Inc., CAG Truck Capital, Drexel University, and more.

Learn more about how Precisionist is bridging the disability gap or check out their openings!

#Wilmington #Delaware #autism #awareness #Precisionists #tech #jobsearch

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Courtnie C. Nelson
over 6 months ago

#Behavioral #Health #Tech BHT/ Blogger

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Robert Mollenhauer
over 6 months ago

trusting in the management. double standards and none professional level.

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