A Day in The Shoes of a Delegate!
My day starts at 6:00 AM reviewing the complaints needed to be addressed, Grievances to resolve, Lift Spirits!
The day starts with arriving and saying good morning. First case the manager writes a person up for being excessively late for work? I check in with the employee to listen to them. I was late because I couldn’t find a babysitter, my children miss me? I stopped at the store and they was a line. One after the other you hear how stressed out workers are when working. You talk to the supervisor and hear she has an attitude, he was late 3 times in a month? I ask did you ask why? No ! I didn’t feel the need to ask? It’s their responsibility to be on time. Now I have to read each person to find a happy medium of it. Another one this Hosiptal just became a Delegate and since she was elected she walks the hall with a pad and pen writing notes about everyone. My team is upset because of it! What do I do ? First I calm everyone down and ask how is your day going? Next what can we do to make it better? I speak to the newly elected delegate she tells me this is what I was told to do. Wrong, as a delegate our position is not to let it interfere with our job. Check in on your personal time and make sure things are running smooth is your position as a delegate. Sometimes people get a position and it can change them good or bad? This consumer wants me to do personal favors for them. Another places cameras throughout the house and tells a PCA to apply cream to his arms. She does it and the next thing you know she is fired! Now she has no job a bad reference and has to pay the rent. What do you do? Find a happy medium and hope it works out. In the meantime my bills are due and they only gave me 20 hours this week. When they need me I always do my best to help? This pandemic has really taken a toll on workers, families and everyone in one way or another. I can tell you from experience it is not ending soon. People are dealing with stress, depression and more. I try to find the good in everything I deal with on a daily basis. We can only deal with the things we are in control of and realize we are powerless over the things we have no control over. Do your best to put a smile on and thank my higher power for another day. #workfromhome #coronavirus #interview #deliverydriver #ridesharedriver #jobsearch #healthcare #foodservices #application
I’ve recently posted that I’m looking for online teaching positions. I have come up against a big problem. The employers want you to have a quiet home environment. My home environment is anything but quiet. I have Navy jets flying over my house all times of night and day. They are flying right now as I type this. Any suggestions? #workfromhome #jobsearch
Why add a hashtag?
The first time someone used a hashtag in 2007 everyone said that they were for nerds. Now hashtags are everywhere AND on Jobcase!
-So why add a hashtag to your post?
It helps your brilliant words get to the right location such as in a specific topic such as #workfromhome. Adding appropriate hashtags also helps others who may click on the hashtag to locate, read, and comment back to what you have said.
-How do you add a hashtag?
You have two ways to add a hashtag on Jobcase.
1- You can create your very own unique hashtag in your post that is applicable to what you are writing about. For example, #motivationMondays
2- You can click from the prepopulated ones from the created topics, but remember to stick to the hashtags that make the most sense and avoid adding them all. Too many hashtags in your Jobcase post will just confuse your reader!
If I were writing a post about staying motivated during COVID I wouldn’t add in the retail hashtag or workfromhome hashtag because that just wouldn’t make sense. So stick with 1-3 hashtags
Tonight, while working I was sent these post. It's just another name and the same person. I flagged it serveral times on my post. A Acam that doesn’t #workfromhome #interview #coronavirus #healthcare #hiringevents #deliverydriver #ridesharedriver #foodservices #jobsearch #application
COBRA And Healthcare!
Here is some information regarding COBRA!
Learn how you can continue your health care coverage through COBRA. What is COBRA? The Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) gives workers and their families the right to choose to continue group health coverage provided by their group health plan for limited periods of time. Eligibility There are three basic requirements that must be met for you to be entitled to elect COBRA continuation coverage: Your group health plan must be covered by COBRA A qualifying event must occur (for example, voluntary or involuntary job loss, reduction in the hours worked, transition between jobs, death, or divorce) You must be a qualified beneficiary for that event If you are entitled to elect COBRA continuation coverage, you must be given an election period of at least 60 days to choose whether or not to elect continuation coverage. How to Get COBRA Under COBRA, group health plans must provide covered employees and their families with a notice explaining their COBRA rights. Health Care is an important part of our life. #workfromhome #interview #coronavirus #hiringevents #healthcare #deliverydriver #ridesharedriver #foodservices #jobsearch #application
More Information on Unemployment!
Unemployment Benefits and the Coronavirus
Please note: The extra $600 a week in unemployment benefits officially ends on July 31, 2020. This benefit was federally provided and does not directly impact the benefits provided by your state.
The federal government has allowed states to change their unemployment benefits laws. It lets them provide unemployment benefits for situations related to the coronavirus (COVID-19).
And, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act has expanded benefits further. It authorizes:
Self-employed workers and gig workers to receive unemployment benefits All unemployed workers to receive an extra $600 a week for up to six months Unemployed workers to get an extra 13 weeks of benefits beyond the number a state currently provides Contact your state’s unemployment insurance program for more information and to apply for benefits.
Apply for Unemployment Benefits
There are a variety of benefit and aid programs to help you if you lose your job. CareerOneStop.org is a good place to start. It can help with unemployment insurance benefits, job training, and finding a job. #workfromhome #interview #coronavirus #healthcare #jobsearch #ridesharedriver #application #hiringevents #deliverydriver #foodservices
Why is it people feel they need to take advantage of others? We all are given the same tools to succeed, yet they are always a few who try to cheat the system? We are a community who tries to better each other. Sharing advice, jobs and support. Yet a few rotten apples try to steal the pot. Is it really worth taking advantage of people who are dealing with job loss? PersonL issues or just trying to find job. They come to the community for advice, support or guidance on bettering their life. I enjoy reading post of people who obtained a job, built a resume, or ask a question? Helping has always been a part of my life and I am a firm believer in if you do it from the heart it comes back ten fold. A person who helps another and brags about it receives their reward right now? I prefer to wait for the rewards in my afterlife. That’s just me. To read a person got a job, or something worked to better one’s life. That is the best reward in itself. To the people who try to scam, I do not hold onto the past, start today by changing your ways. If you need help ask? This community offers many people who deeply care and willing to help you land a honest job. All you have to do is ask for help? Have you ever thought about what it cost to obtain the assistance people in this community offer? Trust me it is not cheap, yet people are willing to assist you with finding an honest job? Start by building your resume, ask questions? Let the community help you and watch the rewards of the talents this community offers! #workfromhome #interview #coronavirus #hiringevents #healthcare #deliverydriver #jobsearch #ridesharedriver #foodservices #application
Good Work From Home Option for Tampa JobSeekers!
Favor TechConsulting is seeking talented Customer Service Representatives with strong prior customer service experience to take on new work from home employment opportunities.
In this role, you will be serving as one of the 10 key team members on a newly comprised team where you will be entrusted to support this federal government program. Your delivery of consistent and strong customer service is crucial for success in this equally challenging and rewarding position.
You will be responsible for researching complex issues across multiple databases. In addition, this position requires fluency in computer navigation and toggling while confidently and compassionately engaging in dialogue with the caller. Hands-on training will be provided for you where you will have the opportunity to gain the in-depth knowledge of various products, plans, and levels of benefits that are available to the members you will be speaking with on a daily basis.
Essential Job Functions & Responsibilities:
Please Be Aware of Paul Gant
He is posting for Car Wraps, please read this? Have you seen ads promising easy money if you shrink-wrap your car — with ads for brands like Monster Energy, Red Bull, or Pepsi? The “company” behind the ads says all you have to do is deposit a check, use part of it to pay a specified shrink-wrap vendor, and drive around like you normally would. But don’t jump onto the bandwagon. It’s only easy money for the scammer who placed the ads.
How you spot the “offer” You might see an ad on a job board or on social media. Or someone might send you a message — maybe because they saw your profile or resume on a job site.
How the scam works The message says you’ll make a couple hundred bucks. But when the “company” sends you a check, it’s for much more than that — a couple thousand dollars. They tell you to deposit the check, keep part of it as your share, and wire the rest to another company that will wrap your car.
Weeks after you wire the money, the check bounces and your bank tells you it was a fake. The money you kept as “your share” disappears, and the money you wired is long gone — no getting it back. On top of that, you’re on the hook for paying your bank back for the fake check. And, of course, no one’s wrapping your car.
How you can tell it’s a scam If you get a message urging you to deposit a check and wire money back, it’s a scam. Every time. No matter the story. And if this were a legitimate car wrap opportunity, wouldn’t the company directly pay the car-wrapping vendor, instead of asking you to do it?
Has this happened to you? File a complaint at ftc.gov/complaint — select Scams and Rip-offs, then Counterfeit Checks. Want to know more? Read our articles to learn how to spot variations on fake checks and money wiring scams.