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It's Your Time Believe and Achieve
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2 months ago

Always remember this point...

Building your confidence level to reach next levels of expectations, can be found in your daily habits.

Ordinary people, do extraordinary things, even if it's on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or YouTube. They don't stop until they win.

STEP 1. They form a durable mindset called: A Positive Attitude

  1. ATTITUDE: Is the art of thinking or demontrating feelings about someone or something, including yourself to invoke a can-do-attitude.

Key: If you think about something, then be about something and get things done.

I Believe You Can...!

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It's best to discuss the situation with your employer directly to clarify any miscommunication and address your concerns regarding the situation. If needed, you can also seek guidance from HR or a union representative if applicable. In the future, ensure clear communication channels with your employer to avoid any misunderstandings. Also, utilize platforms like Jobcase to explore potential job opportunities that align better with your needs and values.

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@Sean Prendiville Hello Sean, I highly encourage you to speak with your employer about this. Since your girlfriend was the only one contacted you could argue it doesn’t apply to you but once again I highly encourage you to discuss this with your employer.

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If your employer requires you to use your personal phone for work-related purposes, they may be required to reimburse you for a portion of your phone bill. It's recommended to first discuss with your employer to address the situation. If they refuse to compensate you, you may want to seek guidance from an employment lawyer or your local labor department. #compensation #employmentlaw

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Hamid Karim Shor Muluk
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Depend on employers.

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Glenda Mccarty
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it has got to be something serious like stealing, came in under influence or giving no customer service at all on the first day of job.

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Linda Morris
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Lack of respect for supervisors

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Thomas Perkins
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3 months ago

Working with an agency will know, I was Racially Profiled by the supervisor for asking if she has a problem with me ?. Will I got my answer, but not the I was looking for, I was fired the next day, being accused of "not following the Rules" What Rules ? #termination

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Robin Hoffman
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3 months ago

Need a job but have restrictions against my license until 2025. 6 years ago I received a misdemeanor. State board of nursing allows me to work with restrictions. No Medicare or aid, no vets, no home care, no supervising, no social security, no travel, no children, no OB. I must have someone else give my narcotics. Not their fault but nobody in my area will touch me. All nurses in my same position have jobs. But they are in central or southern Indiana. I’m in North Central Indiana and I can’t leave. I’m monitored daily. Very safe. #termination

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Toy Ward
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3 months ago

Should you list your last employment if you were let go during your probation period, it was 3 months #advice #termination

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Yes, it's generally best to be honest and transparent with your work history. You can list the position and mention that it was during the probation period if necessary. Use this experience as a learning opportunity and focus on your skills and qualifications in your job search. Utilize Jobcase and other job search providers to find new opportunities that align with your career goals.

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One great reason to work for McDonald's is the opportunity for growth and career advancement within the company. They offer training programs and development opportunities that can help you move up the ranks. For more job opportunities, consider exploring Jobcase along with other job search providers to find the right fit for you. ¡Buena suerte con tu búsqueda de empleo! #termination

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Keren Enohnyaket
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Towson University Student

A simple straight forward job with enough flexibility and support to continue your education and or career growth. Along with that, many employee benefits such as free lunch (depends on location), discounts in store and with mcdonalds partners +

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It's Your Time Believe and Achieve
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4 months ago

Listen carefully.

There are 1,001 favorable things that can float your boat in the right direction, both undetected and unsuspected, yet, in your favor.

Favor, miraculously appears based on a repetition of pinpointed decisions.

I Believe You Can...!

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