I'm telling you the truth...(Must Read Without Fail.)
From my massive experience in learning from the experts, some things can cost you in life. Unknowingly, other things may cost you dearly if you just don't know the facts.
Don't let this happen to you.
Lack of Knowledge...is when you don't know something, then, act hastily without having proven facts.
As pictured below, I recently read this online public information, and sensed a RED FLAG, and decided to point out some potential signs of caution if gone unchecked. My friends, always, analyze the fine print before saying yes:
"We will forward your application to the employer at the end of this 3-step process."
Question: Do you know who "END EMPLOYER" that you are sending your information too? Hmm, I don't either..!
Lessons Learned: When you randomly provide sensitive information about yourself to unidentified sources, the results may not work in your favor.
Therefor, please be more analytic before releasing your sensitive information.
I Believe You Can...!
Need a Remote Job ..or online phone job. Im inmunecompromised. I have BA in business ,legal and Office educatión ..Im bilingual
I keep trying to apply for work at home jobs and every job site never takes me to an application, so my question is are these job and job sites even legit?
Restaurant workers make their vital earn money from tips. The restaurant pays hourly lower than minimum wage, and as restaurant workers, we know that gratuity is guaranteed money for us.
It is hard to deny that waiting for six people and more parties required a lot of work while occupying a big part of your section. When you are a server, it is good to know relief us that your hard work gets paid.
Other issues with automatic gratuity are double tipping. I worked in a couple of restaurants where you must let customers know that gratuity had already been added to the check. Restaurants may receive a call from customers about double tipping.
I was waiting for a table with ten people business group. I circled the automatic gratuity in the check, but I didn’t have a chance to let them know verbally. As a result, I got double tipped from that table. A couple of people from the group were still sitting at the bar. I approached them and explained the situation. I told them if they want, they scratch the tips because I had already got my money from automatic gratuity. A guy told me that keep the tip, but I bought them a premium drink for which I kept the %60 tip.
Nowadays, I work in a restaurant where we don’t allow to add a gratuity for a party of 6 people. I rarely see people not tip their server, but this is the restaurant policy.
What is your experience with a gratuity as a server or customer? Please, share your experience with us.
I invite everybody who has interest and experience with hospitality to our group “Restaurant & Hospitality Superstars” Please, join our group and share your experience with us.
Most servers don't make minimum wage because servers live on tips and do claim on income tax when it's time to file taxes. So rarely tipping is not cool! They are providing you a service and do count on that money to live on.
You're so right, not just physically draining but mentally, having to remember details.
Any tips for a 58 year old, who lost job due to covid. And now it seems no one wants to hire me even though I am qualified. I would even be willing to work from home if there are any legitimate positions available.
Start with how much vacation time you will get, then ask about breaks.
First, read a piece titled The Hatchet Man's Playbook. It contains a LOT of really good advice. Second, get in with a company where you are liked and stay there till you retire unless you absolutely have to leave. Thirdly work for a BIG company. Youlll work less, get paid a lot more, and have many more opportunities if you do. All the best!
I have tried all weekend online to find Work From Home.
Been looking for a while since I had surgery on my back. Working for FedEx as manager for 7 years. It’s getting too hard on my back.
It seems all online applications go into the "resume h*ll". I think you must apply directly to each company through their hiring manager. As a data scientist, I sent out over 200 resumes and did not get a single response. I have NO faith in any job website.