Im starting a supervisor job at Wal-Mart and Im wondering if in my position a forklift operator license would get me a raise. On top of that Im wondering how much that raise might be if I would get one. I have heard that when in a position of shipping and receiving that it is almost mandatory for them to give a decent raise to anyone wielding said license.
Please don't include call centre employees - I am more interested in jobs that have to deal with the public face to face such as (but not limited to) cab drivers, coffee shop and fast food workers, hotel employees, etc.
which job takes the most abuse from their customers?
I started a new job at a clothing store and we get our checks mailed to our house. I dont have money to set up a direct deposit yet. So we get paid every Friday. So will the check come that Friday? Saturday? Sunday? Next week will be my third week of work. First week was training.
Some supervisors are too demanding and they love to make papers out of their students ...
Is there a rule to protect in the US?
Do I lean towards playing dumb or what? What do they need me to say to decide to give me back my job. I'm not sure why I was fired aside from having my words taken out of context, and being accused of lying.
I have one next Thursday and I'm really nervous- it'll be my first interview ever. Do I sit around with a bunch of other people wanting the job and answer questions? Do a bunch of employees ask me questions?
I want to know what to expect if possible. Also, are there any tips I should know? Thanks!
I Have a job interview tomorrow at sears, after applying yesterday and calling today. I just want to have an idea about the process.
Describe how supervisors & their companies can minimize the occurrences of sexual harassment in the workplace.
If you're not getting the opportunity to do great work and your current job is limiting your professional growth, how you tell that to your current employer And most importantly what to tell your prospective employer? Can I tell them seriously that my previous job was limiting my career growth?
There is someone at a company that helped me enormously. Rather than just thank them, I'd like their boss to also know what a great job they're doing. What should I include and how do I phrase it in a way that shows appreciation and is still professional?
This happened to me, where the waitress didn't believe that I was 21, and didn't think my ID was real, and had to call her supervisor over. She was also rude to me and my friends. I gave her a 10?ip. Was this a good move in that situation. Would you have given her anything?
Im kind of undecided on what i want to major in in college and im already a junior in high school. Can you guys inform me on jobs i can look for after i graduate. i just want "fun" job with something to do with computers. i was thinking about business but i dont want to be stuck in a office and have meetings becase i suck in literature/reading
I am about to be promoted this week as a Finance Supervisor and the turn out of the events are so quick I just don't know what to do or the expect from that job. I'm absolutely clueless. I will be oriented anytime this week and I know deep inside of me that the job ahead of me is like a huge mountain to climb.
Ok, so I got this job as a dispatcher. I love the job itself, the pay is actually very decent and I like the majority of the people. Lately I've been coming home very stressed because of the other dispatchers I work with. They don't do their job (creating more for me) and they sit there and whine about it. I mean it has gotten to the point where I wanna quit. They are driving me crazy. I have tried to ignore them but it hasn't been working. Other than my co-workers this job is awesome. Should I quit my job over them?
I have been employed with the federal government for 10 years, but received a promotion. My new supervisor snubbed me the first day on the job, and on a weekly basis constantly speaks to my subordinates that he is going to fire me. I am a new supervisor in the government, what can I do about this situation? What would you all do? When I tried to speak to him in his office he was anal, and the conversation was one way!
I dropped off my application and resume at the mall last week for a part-time position. I know they do a background check and I don't have perfect credit. Could that keep them from offering me a job? I've been a SAHM for over 3 years and just need a job to make some money. I'm just worried that they won't even call me. Anyone else have this experience? Thanks.
Why is it when a supervisor is having his workers do something a certain way because his highers ups want it done that way that the people below the supervisor question and complain to the supervisor like he can do something about it?
Why do the people who work for the supervisor question why he doesn't do certain things knowing the supervisor doesn't have the power to do them?
I am writing a cover letter for my resume, and I don't know who to address it to. The supervisor is listed on the job information sheet I received, but the director is listed first on the website, and the supervisor is listed as the junior creative director on the site, not supervisor. Also, if I do not know their marital status, would it be informal to address the cover letter using their full name?
I currently work in security for a hospital and a college and im wanting to start my own security company (im currently a supervisor for a company but im not the owner). I would like to start with doing neighborhoods and gated communities, i know they have them cause i have been looking into the ones here in my area. I was just wondering how i could go about bidding and pricing for something like this. What kind of licenses would i have to have and what kind of insurance and anything else i might possibly learn would be of great help.
Would you be willing to work hard in the fields if in return you received a living wage, decent working conditions, and health benefits?