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Ashley Wilson

Hi Jose! I know there is more than one Whole Foods here in the US, so while I'm unsure of the exact location here are some things you can do! First, check out their website. Locate the company’s mission there and how you fit into it. Do you like what you see? Second, check out some past company reviews from employees. You can do this easily on Glassdoor. It's important to determine company culture and do a little digging to see if that place of employment is right for YOU. You can read more about how to determine a company’s culture here! I hope this helps and I wish you the best with your job search : )

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Emily Pollak

The people are great at Whole Foods. The company culture was better before Amazon took over. They still do nice things for employees, like team member appreciation week, but under Amazon it is more like a big business. We are staying open later on Holidays.

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Marcus Jordan
over 6 months ago

Toys 'R' Us Hiring 2,000 in NJ!!

Toys 'R' Us Retail & Warehouse Seasonal positions available for New Jersey residents. Oct. 10 and Nov. 11 are the Hiring Event dates but you can apply HERE today. http://www.northjersey.com/news/toys-r-us-hiring-2-000-in-n-j-for-holidays-1.1660070

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Annette Mcbroom
over 6 months ago

Recently hired

I was recently hired at toys r us and i love my job and co workers .

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Jennifer Lewis
over 6 months ago

stocks

Not yet get job toy"SRUS. They said told that agina apply online job Toy"srus candidate. Because Toy"SRUS application with user and password forgot. I will tell to lady CRR tomorrow. Thank you jobcase.

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Meredith Roberson
over 6 months ago

The people I worked with we're awesome..

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Ashley Wilson
Community Specialist
over 6 months ago

You were laid off

Companies close, it’s a hard and sad truth. My friend Sarah's mother devoted 15 YEARS of her life to working for the same dental office. Then one day it was bought out by another company and she suddenly found herself without a job. No matter what the case is don’t hit that panic button! Take some deep breaths and check out these tips on what to do next.

1- Take care of YOU Your health is important so don’t go without health coverage! Speak to your former employer about extending your health insurance benefit for up to 18 months under COBRA (the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act) if it's available. You have 60 days after your coverage lapses to opt-in or start shopping for your own policy on https://www.healthcare.gov/ Your new employment status allows for you to actively enroll even if it's not open enrollment time.

2- Apply for unemployment benefits To receive unemployment benefits, you need to file a claim with the unemployment program in the state where you worked as soon as possible. Don't delay because this process can take awhile! The government-sponsored site, [CareerOneStop] (https://www.careeronestop.org/), has details on unemployment benefits in each state. You also can do a quick Google search to find your local Department of Labor and unemployment office and apply there.

3- Revisit your budget There’s no way of knowing how long you will be unemployed and because your income is now significantly less it's important to plan for the future. Revisit your accounts and see where you stand. Cut down on your expenses to only what is necessary for the time being. Put together a list of all the bills you currently pay such as car payments, student loans, rent, mortgage, groceries, etc. that are non-negotiable. Anything that isn’t essential cancel it for now and focus on the more important bills.

4- Stay in touch Don’t be afraid to connect NOW with your coworkers/managers! Ask them for their contact information and if they would consider being a reference. Stick to anyone you worked closely with who can attest to your skills on the job. If they ask you, offer them the same courtesy.

5- Be positive Right now is a difficult time but remaining positive will help see you through this! Surround yourself with loved ones who will support and guide you. Stay strong and look to the future. As the saying goes, "This too shall pass."

6- Apply It goes without saying that once you lose a job you need to replace it with another. So revamp that resume! Be sure to add any new skills and experiences you gained over your employment. Then when you are ready, search and apply to jobs in your area [here] (https://www.jobcase.com/jobs/search).

Wishing you the best during this difficult time, stay strong!

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Colin Hayworth
over 6 months ago

Toys R Us closing

Well a few days ago I heard that Toys R Us is closing all its stores. I'll be jobless soon which is really scary. But I think I'm more sad that Toys R Us will never exist again! I remember when I was younger I used to go there every Saturday with my grandma.. and it was like I was in a fantasy world running through all the aisles of so many toys. Everytime I wanted to buy a game I remember I had to take a paper slip to the counter...it was like a ritual. Is anybody else sad about Toys R Us closing? Man I had so many good memories there.

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Rebecca Partee
over 6 months ago

Can't believe it....

I didn't work for Toys R Us but I do work for Babies R Us. We are closing soon too but I heard they are keeping their registry going online a little longer in the hope someone will buy them out. I wonder if Amazon will since they have registries and the money to do it. Who knows right? I loved my job and seeing all the expectant mommas come in. Like other people who shopped and worked there, I am deeply saddened by the closings. I just can't believe it.

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