I'm 28 and unemployed since I graduated from college. Im looking for practical advice and no rude, unempathetic answers. All I've ever been paid for is some random extra work. I feel like I'm wasting my time everyday. I look at other people working and being busy and wish I could be more occupied. I...
If something personal came up and it required me to miss two days of work, would I have to explain all of the reasoning to my employer?
I was under my parent's health coverage until my birthday passed this August. My job coded me to fulltime status in late September. I spoke with an HR representative today and she told me that she can send paperwork for insurance in December.
Will my hours still stay full time if I don't have insurance...
I am a new grad with no job experience and I feel like this is the only way that I can get a job.
I only been working at my job for a week in the beginning I was doing bad but now I finally caught on and am told constantly that I’m doing a good job compared to my other job of getting bullied all the time and belittled..will it’s gonna be a big snow storm later today so I called out of work..I feel really bad I...
I want to include my girlfriend on my benefits as my spouse(even though we’re not married) , I’ve asked people and they said I can’t because we’re not legally married but someone I know is claiming his girlfriend on his benefits so I’m just confused.
If you don't call then you definitely won't get an interview, so you have nothing to lose by trying.
For future reference, when you are job hunting you should be checking your phone at all times. If you can't have it on you during your work shift, you should be checking it during your breaks and...
here's the thing to do w/any job you apply to - if you are not contacted w/in 2 weeks, send an email asking about the status of your appl..........if they don't respond, then move on to the next opening
It's been almost a month since the final interview, but the application status is still on "Interviewing" - I sent a thank you email earlier, but the hiring manager was out of town and didn't respond.
By the time I’m 30 I want to be making about half a million a year. I don’t care how much I have to work. I work on a farm and I love my job even though I’m working nearly 60 hours a week. I’m a real hard worker and I just want to make good money without going to collage. Anyone have any suggestions?
A online professional IT security course and it can take you about a month to complete if studied full time. It cost hundreds of pounds and a deposit upfront and your guaranteed a job after you finish training.
I really want to do it as I want a good stable job so I can also pursue interests.
Does this sound...
They may, or they may not. It sort of depends on them and the impression you left them with at the interview.