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Jacob Butchko

You need to be smart. Smart enough that you should have gone to college for a career that doesn’t break your body. You have to be able and willing to learn from people who don’t respect you. You have to spend tens of thousands of dollars on tools to get started. You have to keep buying tools your entire career.

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Jacob Butchko

You have to be brave enough to do work that you won’t know how to do till you’ve done it.

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Chase Coleman
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Fred Goff
CEO and Founder of Jobcase
3 months ago

6 traits of great relationships

Really constructive article that works but just for coworkers and colleagues but also for personal relationships Check it out #relationships #coworkers #worklife

https://www.cnbc.com/2021/07/12/researchers-behind-stanford-most-popular-mba-class-say-the-most-successful-relationship-have-6-traits.html

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mark ratony

Yes!!! Then as follows, "Damn I hate my life" or "what is this all for". Then you get home and see your family involved in their own little problems expecting you to solve their problems and then you turn to see man's best friend sitting at the door wagging that tail with unbelievable excitement and true love gleaming all over. You know you are home.

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Diane Beard

Transactional

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Peter Chan

I agree with both democratic & transactional. Both management styles tend to please the employees & boost the morale. Consequently that will increase the overall efficiency.

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Maria Snyder
over 6 months ago

Balancing work and family.

Happy to be back to work from maternity leave! Now my concern is finding balance between working from home or the office. Jobcasers….any suggestions?

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Cedric Payne
over 6 months ago

The question Was asked of me ? Have I worked for Juno Lighting in DesPlaines Il. before

Yes on -time to at 6a.m. in the snow , and cold this Jan 07' through Feb. 22nd 2015 I live two miles away mabey less and was an actuall in traing w/ benefits in this manufacturing plant I quit If one more Hispanic supervisor had of put his index finger to him lips while obsevreing me talkingof plant operations we we're basically screaming but smileing as we told stories things got so bad because I'm six feet four I couldn't hide and I'm black I could only understand the voices of actual americans that we we're wrote up as 505 production level after that time frame I said we all quit I think that smiling being black tall and happy in the actual company to as oppose to thousands of temps turn-over's of Hispanic origin may have piss people off that we we're happy all day ..LOl

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Jonathan McCarty
over 6 months ago

Happy Saturday

Every day presents us with an opportunity to create something new, improve ourselves, or grow in success. Grab on to those moments and create a little bit more of the life you've envisioned.

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Mia Gardner
over 6 months ago

Assessment question help - When I disagreed with a supervisor, I most often:

  1. Reached a compromise by talking it out.
  2. Combined our ideas to find a solution together.
  3. Kept my opinions to myself.
  4. Presented my side in a way my supervisor would find agreeable.
  5. Did not back down on what I thought was right.

Thank You

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