Do you mind giving me information about the different job roles in Mcdonalds with a short information about them? Also would it be ok if you can tell me how motivation works in Mcdonalds, like rewards etc in the business?
thanks very much
I really would love to get an apprenticeship working in a studio or doing instrument maintenance/building but I have no idea how or where to do it?
I live in Northamptonshire but can do anything in milton kyenes if it's unpaid but if it's anywhere else i'd have to move out and therefore would need money to live on?
But I really have no idea how these things work so any help would be awesome?
I really need to raise some money to pay off my grand mother, and I heard that to work I need a workers permit. When I ask around where to get one, I'm told they get it from school. Well, I can't do that because I'm homeschooled. What should I do?
I need to know what jobs hire at age 15 in Irving, Texas.
I know this is a confusing question, but i was wondering if anyone knew the type of workers one would need to show a movie at a theatre. Like managers, ushers... get the idea?
Last year I returned to school for graphic design courses because I wanted to change my career after working for 10 years as a secretary. I loved the program and I thought I would love my new work life after I finished. However I have been working at my new job for about 7 months and am finding that still sitting in an office (among other things) is driving me crazy. Any suggestions?
I'm 15 and will turn 16 in November, I really want to get a job to help my parents pay the bills, is it worth it getting one or should I just wait?
I wanna be a mechanic for the air force but everyone says its hard to get te job you want. So how hard is it to become one? What will I have to make on my ASVAB? And do I need to go to college before joining or will they send me to college? And if I do need to go to college what college should I go to and for what?
I swear I remember reading somewhere that its different for different jobs. Can someone tell me what the ages are and the punishments for breaking this law? The first person to tell me exactly what I want will receive the best answer points.
Joy, I'm sorry, but i know for a fact that it isn't 18 everywhere. An example for a answer I'm looking for is...Architecture : 18...Government:21...Food/Restaursnt etc.:14.
I want to know what kind of automotive job pays well and also interacts with cars.
I'm interested in the oil field industry, but I don't know what I would like to do. So can I get a list of jobs in the oil field, and how much each of they pay? Thank you!
A local adult trade school program opened and I was wondering what would be involved after such training and 'certification' in the process of becoming a professional electrician. If someone could answer with some ideas of apprenticeship periods, pay rates, and job availiability and experiences, I'd be very appreciative.
I have recently been experiencing the sensation of numbness on a patch about three inches wide and four inches long on my left shin. I've felt the front of both of my shins, and while they both feel bumpy (I know that bones aren't always smooth) the left has about a quarter sized raised area that hurts to touch it. It feels sore and deeply achy. Other leg symptoms I experience are a general achy tired feeling, and extreme relief when my SO (a licenced massage therapist) massages my legs and sciatic nerve.
As far as I know, I didn't smack my shin on anything. I do however work as a caregiver to the elderly, it is physical, I lift them in and out of chairs and beds. I also do a great deal of crouching and squatting, kneeling and I'm on my feet for up to seven hours at a time some days. I'm wondering if I have a bone tumor, shin splints, something wrong with my lower back of if there is someone with a recommendation for what I should do? I try Ibuprofen, tylenol, resting when I can (not often, I'm a full time student and a part time worker, but also on call when they need me). Please help me- I'm in a lot of pain and concerned about this new sensation of numbness.
I was out having a drink the other night and a guy sitting next to me who was the service manager for a local Honda dealership was talking to a co-worker. He said that when folks bring in their autos for the scheduled service work intervals done at 30 K miles and 60K ($600-$1330 respectively for accords) that the service technicians don't even do 1/3 of the work on the check list. Thinks like lubing CVC joints, flushing transmission etc, usually get signed off, but never done. He chuckled and said there is no way for the customer to know or even prove it. He said they usuallu do the obvious like hook it up to the "scope" and change the oil and filters, top off fluids, but that is about it. If it is not broke, they just sign off on the other stuff and you get screwed!
Since they are not actually repairing anything, how do we know? my honda is due for the $1330, any way to avoid getting screwed?
I was promised the Aerospace Maintenance Crew Chief job for cargo planes in the Air Force. And I was wondering if the title of "Crew Chief" actually means that I am in charge of a crew or if it means that I am just another grunt worker. I have heard different answers from different people and would like to know the truth.
Any information you have is greatly appreciated.
I am moving from residental lawn care to coommercial and I'm not sure about giving quotes for large assignments.
Given the recent increase in tropical storms many East Coast cities have requested stricter regulations from the Federal Government regarding requirements on maintenance for gas mains, and increased funding to help deal with re-routing traffic when utility companies repair and upgrade those lines. Tea Party legislators are insisting this is an impossible burden on industry and that funding for traffic re-routing is "wasteful government spending".
What's your response to the official Republican position that it's far more important to maintain the Bush tax breaks for people like Sheldon Adelson and the Koch brothers than it is to make sure that your home and family aren't incinerated by a ruptured gas line?
I need to know how young you can be to work legally in michigan. my parents want me to learn responsiblity and i am 14 years old and i want to know if i am old enough to get a job in michigan.
I am a/b to start a new job and I've never heard of this before I was wondering what this job consisted of?
How old do you have to be. I went to orientation Wednesday and they give me a blue shirt with no tie or anything and he told me the manager said i would be doing maintenance. but i talk to some friends who work there and they said maintenance workers are certified and do stuff like light bulbs and fix things and make more then the swing managers soi think she made a mistake.