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Michael Carvalho
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5 months ago

Likes and Dislikes: Reflecting on Our Work Experiences

Let's talk about the good, the bad, and everything in between when it comes to our jobs! πŸ€”πŸ’Ό

What are the aspects of your job that bring a smile to your face every day? Is it the supportive team, exciting projects, or perhaps the opportunity for growth and development? Share your likes in the comments below and let's celebrate the positive moments that make our work fulfilling! 🌟😊

On the flip side, what are the challenges or aspects of your job that you find less enjoyable? Maybe it's long hours, lack of recognition, or a task that doesn't quite align with your strengths. It's okay to acknowledge the dislikes too – it's all part of the journey to finding a role that truly resonates with you. Let's discuss and support each other through these moments! πŸŒ»πŸ’¬

Remember, every experience – positive or negative – teaches us something valuable and shapes our career path. Let's learn from each other and grow together! 🌱πŸ’ͺ #LikesAndDislikes #WorkLife #CareerReflection #JobSatisfaction #PositiveVibes #Challenges #Support #CareerJourney #GrowthMindset #WorkplaceCulture #CommunityDiscussion #ShareYourStory

Join the conversation and let's build a supportive community where we can share our work experiences openly and learn from each other's perspectives. Your voice matters! πŸŒˆπŸ’Όβœ¨ #advice #jobsearch #motivation

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Bruce Anderson
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over 6 months ago

Worked hard to have a great raport with all inmates, and had some good staff to work with.

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Justo Perez
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over 6 months ago

I enjoy my work of door knocker as I call it. I never meet a stranger. I like interacting with others. All ways sale products that work at good value. Those are products made by Gold Coast. And over all I sale my self with honesty and never ( the biggest world) lie.

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Mike Ericksen
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over 6 months ago

Lost my job due to being sick,pay was always wrong.over 20 dryers at 295 d hrees and no air conditioning.toxic fumes with no exhaust.and I'm not the only one.job is a dump and needs to be shut down

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Lee Burnett
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over 6 months ago

My worst mistake would have to be quiting I wish I would have just talked to someone

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Sandra Polver
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over 6 months ago

Friendly co workers, and working together get things done in kitchen down stairs and up stairs in main kitchen.

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Tammy Harris
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over 6 months ago

Beacon is one of those companies where you don’t get any training , and you walk into a mess and it’s yours . Even though you are a dedicated , hardworking nurse . You have to be chosen by a wand from another state . They don’t exactly check out the reputations of the people who they hire locally either. The executive in charge of nursing is a dinosaur and should be replaced by a modern , at least aware that life happens individual .

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Casey Black
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over 6 months ago

First always remain calm and not argumentive. The courts do try and vex people. They will look at Your behavior. Not your defense.

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Ismail Fataar
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over 6 months ago

Hi, Do you sometimes feel lonely at work?, or you enjoy your job, but just don't seem to get along with other coworkers,especially on a personal level, or maybe you actuality hate your job, and feeling lonely is part of the problem? No one is alone in this situation, many employees and professionals suffer from workplace loneliness? Check out these 5 simple thoughts you can take today to built quality relationships win like mined people in your office.

  1. Adopt the right mindset,
  2. Help wherever possible,
  3. Organize social functions,
  4. Avoid common mistakes in work relationships,
  5. Always take the initiative. What are your best thoughts for turning work relationships into friendships? Let me know, can't wait to hear your thoughts, and let me know if you think the thoughts was helpful?
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John Konze
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over 6 months ago

Looking for a job working with great people motivated to improve

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