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Miranda Yeomans
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over 6 months ago

The regular customers was the best part of the job, getting to know them and seeing their friendly faces. Also the boss was a great guy!

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Lenin Pina
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over 6 months ago

Waste Management career day is happening Friday, March 20 & Saturday, March 21!

Walk-In Applicants are Welcome!

Waste Management's annual Career Day is the prime opportunity for a face-to-face interview with Hiring Managers and SAME DAY hiring decisions. ​​​​​

Job Openings Include:

  • Driver
  • Mechanic/Technician
  • Frontline
  • Customer Experience
  • Sales

Go to https://careers.wm.com right now and check out the job options in your area. Interested job seekers are encouraged to submit an online application before attending these hiring events. Hope you can make it out!

#WasteManagement #HiringEvents #HiringNews #Driver #Technician #Service #NationWideUSAJobs

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Brittany Wicker
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So I got hired on at a privately owned exxon on Monday. Today was my first day of doing day shift. Before today I felt somewhat fine about things but after today my God, there's so much to counting down the drawer at closing. They make it to where a certain amount of certain Bill's has to be in the drawer. Today 1 of the girls that has been there for quite some time now showed me and the girl that started today how to close down the lottery. There was so much to it to where she multiplied certain numbers, added certain numbers and I don't know what all. I don't know why it takes me so long to learn things and to get them down and to actually contain things. I feel like I'm not containing them fast enough. I feel like I'm just waiting to be told I'm fired. I don't know what to do. I'm recently separated and I need a way to do things for myself and for my son. I completely relied on him and was a stay at home mom and house wife. I feel like maybe I'm just not a worker and like it's just too late to get good work ethics. Me and my son has been staying with my parents for the last 3 years since my husband hasn't had a home for us. I guess I was waiting for him to come to his senses and hoping things would go back to how they had been. I just don't know #stress #worry #overthinking #notcontaing

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MassHire Downtown Boston
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over 6 months ago

C & W Services keeps facilities—all throughout Boston area—running smoothly. C & W Services is raising the value of facility services by creating safe and exceptional experiences for their clients, their occupants, and their employees.

C & W Services is looking for:

-Candidates who are reliable, thorough, observant, and courteous -Full-Time, Part–Time or Seasonal Workers -Must pass a background check -English proficiency NOT required -Preference for a high school diploma or equivalent -Preference for candidates with related experience -Must be a permanent resident of the U.S.

Official registration for this event: https://masshiredowntownboston.org/event/c-w-services-interview-event/

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Mike Clevenger
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over 6 months ago

When I worked at #Thewarmingcenter I gave great advice when

I am always try in to use my story of my past mistakes to up lift people.i was once a very lost individual until I found sobriety I try to show others that they to can come out of the darkness and coldness if the streets.i can tell you a more memorable one before the center was opened up.i spoke in front of city hall and shared my story to the committee and my story along with others helped convince the commity to open it...

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Rita Villanueva
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over 6 months ago

Hi everyone. I used to work at 'abc' gas station for about 8 years. I loved my job very much. 2 months ago I had to move out of state so I had to look for another job.. I finally got one , and its at a gas station, so I was really happy. I love, love my new job, BUT, at this new place you are required to ask every one of your customers if they would like to please donate their change to 'United Cerebral Palsy'. Its part of your job and if you don't ask you will get written up... My problem is: I hate it very much when other cashiers ask me if I would like to donate my change, in fact I hate it so much I refuse to go to those stores ever again. There are some customers that also don't like it when you ask them by the look and expression on their face.. Any advice?

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Walter Whatley
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over 6 months ago

They never did unless you were being a danger to yourself or other employees we worked in a dangerous environment

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Walter Whatley
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over 6 months ago

Everything about work and the employees

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jacob besson
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over 6 months ago

The biggest mistake I made was letting the higher ups talk me into doing things that wasn't right but it would benefit the company if it works and thinking they have your back and will stick up for you when needed.

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jacob besson
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over 6 months ago

Everyday was stressful that's just how busy Grand Isle 43 area is

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