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Help!! They shut my job DOWN!!!!

I am a server at a local place in my town and now they are shutting down all the restaurants in the area because of the virus. Can I collect? What the hell am I going to do now?? I walk there so I can't find someplace else to go without a car. I am SO screwed.

#foodservices #coronavirus

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Jared Murphy
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No, when restaurants close they don’t pay. Restaurants are one of those industries where remote work is not an option. You’ll have to file for unemployment and my understanding is that most states are on a wait list of 45-90 days before paying claims. A lot of people will be homeless.

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Megan Deschaine
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Sorry to hear about your situation, but find comfort in that there are many who are facing this uncertainty with you. Please click through the links below for some great resources:

https://www.usbg.org/help/covid-19-state-by-state

http://www.barmagic.com/relief

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A #stressful #Tuesdaymorning story

I didn't have a vehicle at the time.I had to wait an hour or before work and an hour after work to leave for home

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Edward "The Howitzer" Alexander
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ARE YOU PUTTING GAS IN YOUR CAR? (Why is this so important?) [IBYC]

A DAILY REMINDER: (Don't ever get...stranded in life.)

No matter how many workshops an lectures you attend and share positive experiences with others, some people refuse to listen, so learn the hard way in life. Please, don't let this happen to you.

What do you mean? You have to maintain a certain level of gas in your vehicle, so you don't end up running out of gas somewhere down the road.

In a like manner, you have to maintain a certain level of motivation or inspiration in mind and heart, so you don't get "mentally stranded on the highways of life.

Some form of motivation and inspiration is always needed to prevent unforeseen mental roadblocks.

Please, don't learn the hard way in life.

I Believe You Can...!

*Don't you agree?

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Ashley Wilson
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It's never good to learn the hard way but we have all definitely done it at some point in our lives. Great post Edward Alexander !

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Advice Needed-COVID-19 Restrictions

What kind of things should we do if we live in a city or state with travel restrictions in place? My town has a travel ban - Only to Work & Home, Supermarket & Pharmacy and maybe to pick up something to eat in a drive-thru window or so.

Libraries, museums, churches, gym clubs, bars & restaurants with dine-in only options are close. No bigger crowd than 50 or so at this moment.

Any recommendations for looking for work or volunteer placement in a time where it is not possible to even go places.

Colleen Method #coronavirus

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Colleen Method
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Unfortunately in my area - only essential businesses are allowed to be open. Food (Drive-thru and delivery or pickup inside - no dining in), pharmacies & grocery stores, Health care professionals & facilities, and a few other places. I was never a transcriber, can type fast though - and can do book repair, specialized database work and other things like it. Only those businesses are closed during this lockdown. Oops! lol It figures doesn't it?

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Gloria Corona
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Well, make things fun at home to do.... make movie day....cook something fun with the kids...but make sure evwryone is taking some the immune system vitamin C ginger lemon cucumbers mint drink that everyday take vitamin C so everybody immune system can be secure

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Warehouseman, Forklift Operator

Hi , my name is George Davis Sr. and I'm looking for a warehouse job in the No. Bay preferably in Marin Co. San Rafael, Novato, Corte Medara. I have over 20 years experience and just moved to the area a few months ago and tired of commuting to my present job. Graveyard shift.

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Genevieve Legrand
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Hello George, Welcome to our Jobcase community! I did a search for available warehouse positions around your area and found quite a few that might work. You can take a look at them using this link and apply for any you are interested in. I would also recommend you fill out your profile so everyone is able to help you out better. This can be as easy as uploading your resume! Please let me know if you need any further assistance!

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Public transportation and the #Coronavirus

Every morning, I squish onto the train with a crowd of other Bostonians like a bunch of sardines. With the flu season in full swing and the potential #Coronavirus exposure, I feel like I'm in a Petri dish of sickness. 🦠

Things I have been keeping in my bag are:

  • Hand sanitizer
  • Vitamin C pills
  • Tissues
  • Water bottle filled with lemon water

When I get to work, I wash my hands thoroughly and enjoy a vitamin C pill with breakfast! Haha

What’s in your immunity boosting toolkit? ;)

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Benjamin Chansky
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our company has Purell foam near the elevator so I can foam in and foam out (just like a doctor haha😂 )

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Phillip Martinez
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Stay proactive and vigilant, stay safe every one

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Retired. Looking for a few hours a week of work.

I am 62 and have been retired due to add one health problems for awhile. Would love to work a few hours a week or so if given the chance. Looking for something in the Rio Vista shopping center that I can ride my adult sized trike to and from. Was always dependable and a hard worker and very much a team player. Thank you.

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Paul Baker
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Hi Debi! You can click here to find a job opportunity near you - just make sure you search for your local zip code to find something at the Rio Vista shopping center :) Good luck!

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Car broke down night before Interview! Plan B..

Things don't always go as planned especially when it's a big day! My car started overheating the night before the interview. No way was i going to cancel an #interview as those are few and far between for me. I checked google maps and saw the location is 9 miles away. Luckily for me i still had a bicycle in the garage. I brought a few bottles of water and my interview clothes in a bag so they would not get sweaty. I found a bathroom a couple miles away to change in. The exercise there put me in a good mood, i got to think about what i was going to say and had a good interview. I even shared the experience with the interviewer and i think it showed him i'm not someone to give up when things don't go my way. We talked about mechanics and it lightened up the mood. They called me back for training this time i took the car. I was thinking the bike ride was actually a good thing, i might just ride my bicycle there a couple times a week. #jobsearch #stress #training #transportation #motivation #advice #inspiration #application

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Candy Baron
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I have two vehicles and a back up bicycle Great idea to share Proud of you

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Mark Franklin
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That's awesome! Way to persevere and congrats on getting invited back for the training!

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Does chewy offer shuttle service to get to the job

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Lenin Pina
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Good question Christopher Austin , I couldn't find any information on employee shuttle service but the company does offer ride share perks. Check out Chewy's career website for more information. https://www.chewy.com

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Would you rather...?

Would you rather commute two hours to your dream job OR work two minutes away from a job that you hated?

Tell us why? : )

#WouldYOUrather

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Allin Smith
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If your commute time cuts your wage by 1/3 its no longer a dream. Time to move or look elsewhere. Time is all we have & should be spent on something that improves life not monetary.

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Markeshea Porter
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I say move closer to your dream job and make it a win-win opportunity.

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