Interviewed and took job as 3rd shift supervisor, they failed to tell me that they had a system where either of the other two supers could bump me and push me to a shift that makes it impossible for me to see my kids.
I've been researching a career in being a detective, and I have a few questions. What practical work is done? Is it mostly paperwork or do detectives operate outside, investigating etc.? I was also wondering about clothing. I'm aware that detectives are not uniformed, so what do they wear? Suits? Casual clothing? Thank you.
I need the number to contact the employee service department or even the head manager. If any one knows a number I can call it would help greatly.
Help...does anyone know the job description of an outlets supervisor within a fine dining restaurant?
I have my test coming up on December 20th. All I got in the mail was the test day confirmation...no clue as to what it's actually about.
Im not that sure what I want. I like nursing because you care for people. I love helping people who are sick and etc. But right now i work as a nurse assistant and I hate it. I see how nurses are never respected. How patients and familys are very mean to us. The other thing I see is that its physically hard on the body. Im only 4'9. 100 pounds girl. Im not into transfering or pulling patients up. Im in school right now for medical assistant. I like the office setting more. Im thinking when im done I will get my associates degree in health information technician. Then later on my bachelors in health information manager. I see there is an associates for nursing but the jobs with that degree didnt interest me. I would like to do case manager. But I see you have to do some years in clinicals before getting there. What career should I choose? I know nursing pays a lot, but im not the person that wants to deal with physical work.
Is the job fun, fast paced, stressful? what skills will help you in this field? (math, organization etc.)
I am a senior in college majoring in Management Information Systems. I have ample free time, as I only take classes on Tuesday and Thursday. I have working experience: two cashier jobs, one shift manager job, and a medical tech. All I'm applying for is part-time work since I am still finishing up my degree. I type 60wpm, and I am fully capable of performing every job that I apply for. Still, I have not even gotten any calls to set up any interviews. I don't have any criminal history. I don't do drugs. I'm reliable. I have been told by past supervisors that I was one of their hardest working employees. I am also honest and have good credit.
Why can't I even get people to consider me, much less hire me? The only interview I've had in months was an assistant to an appraiser and he filled the position with someone else only to post the ad again in two weeks.
Am I just a bad person? Why won't anyone hire me? I have friends who pick up jobs and then not even show up to the job. Why can others get jobs that they obviously don't want or need or care about and I can't even get someone to call me back? Help? I'm so frustrated and about to give up!!!
I had been working for them for 3 yrs and I got I got the job because I had gotten arrested and the judge told me to get a job... and I passed all of the background checks and I was hired in june of 06' but while I was working there I had been convicted of another misdemeanor while I was still employed by them but in jan of 2007 I was out with an injury and had to receive disability which ultimately led to them taking me out of the system and I had to be rehired....I eventually got promoted and hired as a shift supervisor and was actively working as a manager...but Had to submit another background check for promotion then one day they came in telling me that I had to be fired because I had 2 misdemeanors on my record.... did I get fired because they thought I was not truthful? Or was I fired because of the record itself both of them were drug related and i was working at a pharmacy does that have to do with anything?
well I'd like to sat all of you are idiots and first of all ive been off drugs for 2 years now for your information and I dont get where you get off saying that I shouldnt have been hired in the first place
I am in school and have earned 66 college credits. I am a shift supervisor at a immigration facility for minors in Houston, TX for 4 years now and have experience in secuirty transports, supervising, dealing with minors, verbal judo, facility cook, creating staff schedules, physical restraint techniques, and medicine administration. I was thinking about becoming a police officer but I wreally like working with teens. I would like to work as a juvenile probation officer and my ultimate goal is to open my own shelter for boys that are getting released from the criminal justice system and at risk youth. If anyone would knows any information on how to become a juvenile PO or a counselor and what requirements are needed or any other careers in criminal justice, I would appreciate your ideas and opinions.
Is this up to snuff? what improvements? This is for IT work particularly with installation.
I am an Information Technology professional with a diverse background seeking to contribute my wide range of skills not limited to my knowledge of computer hardware and software but also my experience in face-to-face dealings, supervision, research and analysis as well as self-management, multi-tasking and efficiency to a technical service role. I possess broad insight and understanding to the needs and goals of my employer and bring a respectful yet assertive attitude towards completing my assignments to satisfaction. Adapt well to evolving roles within a project and work well with others. Easily identify and resolve technical issues and concerns. Excellent communication and presentation capabilities
Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7-MS Office 2003/2007-Novell-Unix/Linux-Oracle-TCP/IP-Desktop and Work Centre Printers/Multi-functions-Routers/LAN/WAN-Norton-AVG-BASIC
Oscar Robertson Solutions, Cincinnati, OH(08/2009-05/2010)
Optimization Associate(via Ajilon Professional)
Co-managed Manage Print Go Lives at various Procter and Gamble facilities in Cincinnati, Ohio and Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Solely managed Manage Print Go Live at Procter and Gamble Duracell facility in Bethel, Connecticut.
Networking and System Configuration for new Manage Print Devices.
Data collection and area mapping of old printer/fax devices as part of conversion.
Equipment roll outs and device assembly as well as troubleshooting and break-fix as needed.
Finlay Jewelry, Cincinnati, OH(8/2008-4/2009)
Performed various administrative duties such as balancing daily transactions, maintaining detailed inventory records, ensuring timestamp accuracy for all employees within company timecard application, mailings and maintaining corporate correspondence via MS Outlook and MS Access as well as training and motivating sales professionals.
Responsible for resolving customer issues and providing sales assistance as needed.
Standard Textile, Cincinnati, OH(Summer 2008)
Clerical Assistant, temporary(via Trak Staffing Solutions)
Independently identify and catalogue hard copy files in company’s legal department warehouse
Created detailed spreadsheets in MS Excel to inventory and to allow easy and reliable retrieval of hard copy files for legal department personnel.
Sort, reorder, box and shelve files in office alphanumerical order.
General clerical duties as needed.
GE Money bank, North Canton, OH (04/2007-09/2007)
Customer Service/Collections, temporary(via Kelly Services)
Provided customer service support for users of GE Money lines of credit.
Promoted to collections department to recover payments for past due accounts.
Genie Overhead Door, Alliance, OH(11/2006-03/2007)
Tier 3 Technical Support, temporary(via Ryan Alternative Staffing)
Performed diagnostics and troubleshooting of device issues via telephone, documented ticket/resolutions, dispatched work orders and resolved customer issues and concerns.
Employee of the Week January 2007.
McDonalds, Navarre, OH(04/2004-08/2006)
General Crew/3rd Shift Supervisor
As General Crew handled food preparation, customer service store maintenance.
Promoted to Shift Supervisor(Experimental 3rd Shift) where high productivity and low overhead yielded average net profit of $7,000 per month for aforementioned shift. 3rd shift canceled in all other locations save mine.
Employee of the Month April 2006.
Shearers Foods, Brewster, OH 11/2003-02/2004)
Product Packaging and Quality Selection.
Promoted to Maintenance Team handling equipment and facility care.
Hardee’s, Navarre, OH(09/2000-11/2003)
Crew Team Member
Food preparation, customer service and store maintenance.
Raymond Walters College, Blue Ash, OH(09/2007-06/2009)
Radiation Sciences, No Degree.
Relevant Coursework: Linux/Unix, Oracle, Dreamweaver
I have a Bachelor's of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies from Stevenson University in Maryland. My two focuses are Computer Information Systems and Film/Video/Theatre. It's basically a small, liberal arts college but we're ranked 9th in the region for "Regional Colleges." I'm not sure what I want to do or even what I could get hired as. What kind of salary would I be started off with (ballpark)? Thanks a lot.
PE - You're probably right! Haha...everyone said just go to college so I did...I never thought about working!
I applied for a job at a university for the food service department and their are several task that
that one has to do cooking Perform any of the following duties as directed or assigned: Assists on a shift with other personnel in the preparation of a wide variety of food items in accordance with the established menu using standardized recipes from the food management software system. Hot food items include, but are not limited to, proper preparation and cooking of meats, casseroles, vegetables, sauces, etc. Cold food items include, but are not limited to, preparation and presentation of fruit, vegetables and salads. Preparation may involve peeling, paring, coring, washing, sectioning, cutting, or scoring as may be appropriate. Other food preparation items may include, but are not limited to, cookies, dessert items, condiments, dressings, mousses, gelatins, puddings, etc. Techniques may involve display, cook-to-order or a traditional back-of-house kitchen environment where batch preparation is more conducive for a catered event or dining hall environment. Garnishes food items, plates and platters as directed. Operates and maintains equipment including, but not limited to, gas/electric flat surface grills, deep fryers, stoves, ovens, mixers, hand utensils, etc. Responsible for cleaning and sanitation of equipment and utensils within the preparation/ kitchen area. Attend serving line station; Maintain beverage stations; Perform front of house cleaning/sanitation activities that may include, but not necessarily limited to, sweeping/scrubbing/mopping floors; bus tables to include cleaning/sanitizing table tops and chairs. Perform rear of house cleaning/sanitation activities that may include, but not necessarily limited to, dish/pot room attendant, sweeping/scrubbing/mopping floors, removal of garbage/trash from unit to approved disposal containers. Follows and maintains principles for safe food handling practices thereby ensuring only quality, uncontaminated, food items are prepared and served to customers. Demonstrates an understanding of the Key Practices for Ensuring Food Safety. Prepares food items according to instructions. Controls time and temperature when preparing/serving foods. Ensures items are properly labeled and stored if not prepared for immediate use on the serving line. Follows proper storage procedures for dry, cooler and freezer goods. Follows (Hazardous Analysis of Critical Control Points) HACCP principles to include documentation of required process checks. Prevents cross contamination of food during preparation, cooking and/or serving. Ensures proper storage of leftover food products. Practices good personal hygiene at all times. Utilize proper cleaning and sanitizing procedures. Follow unit/department customer services guidelines to ensure customer satisfaction. Report instances of customer dissatisfaction to supervisor immediately. Maintains professional appearance according to uniform procedures and standards for assigned unit and other activities as may be assigned.
Occasional Duties University Dining is committed to providing courteous, responsive, quality service to its customers by fostering a respectful, positive, and welcoming environment for everyone. Employees are responsible for representing the department to internal and external customers by actively supporting diversity, maintaining 100?on time" compliance with all university required training for all employees, approving time worked and requesting appropriate leave in a timely manner, reading and responding to electronic communications, reviewing/reading information listed on the department intranet, performing assigned tasks in a safe manner, adhering to all state and county health department rules and regulations, adhering to department food safety policies, utilizing personal protective items/equipment as appropriate or instructed by supervisor or department. Reporting unsafe actions or conditions to supervisor immediately and supporting and following unit/department safety guidelines, practices and policies. Individuals in this position are considered essential when the University declares an emergency, campus closure, class cancellations, etc. Compliance with all state and county health department and safety regulations. Maintain high standards of sanitation as a priority. Performs assigned tasks is a safe manner, utilizing personal protective items/equipment as appropriate, instructed and/or mandated by regulation. Report unsafe actions or conditions to supervisor immediately. Support and follow unit/department safety program and policies. Maintain 100?on time" compliance with university required training for ALL employees (Orientation to the A&M System; Ethics; Creating a Discrimination Free Workplace; Reporting Fraud, Waste and Abuse; Information Security Awareness CSCN). Satisfactory completion of Dining Services BASE training. Maintain refresher training as necessary to maintain req
First a little background information; I work at a warehousing and distribution center. The system works like this; a company will place an order for the product we have, each box for this order is assigned a "ticket", and stacks of these tickets are handed out to those who pick the product from the shelves. Productivity is measured by the number of locations the picker takes product from, also called "lines". Obviously, this measure of productivity is flawed in that tickets with more lines on them are going to make a higher score of productivity and each ticket has a different number of lines.
The boxes are then packed out and sent down the line to me, where I work with another guy to build pallets of these boxes so that they can go to their respective destinations together as a complete order.
Now for the actual problem; our supervisor has chosen a favorite employee out of our shift. Of the tickets, the supervisor will always sneak out all of the biggest line tickets and give them to this employee. The employee comes in late more often than not without consequence, is most often allowed to go to his breaks about 10 minutes early, and has a very suspicious relationship with the supervisor. Not to be accusatory, but the relationship of the two seems to be a bit suspicious (though I have no physical proof).
The employee is always seen riding around with the supervisor on the back of his personnel cart, often disappearing together for extended periods of time. The supervisor has attended the employee's school volleyball games, which looks strange because he is about 25 years older than the employee. The employee has unintentionally let it slip that he has given photos of himself to the supervisor, and whenever either of them is off from work they chat on the phone at breaks. For hours at a time, the employee can be seen doing nothing but chatting with the supervisor at his desk.
I have no problem with them being friends, but the extreme effects of it are becoming a major problem for everyone else. The rest of the pickers are never allowed to have any big-line tickets, making it hard for most of them to approach a reasonable productivity rating. Employees who are more qualified to take on other tasks such as receiving etc. are turned down in lieu of allowing this particular employee the opportunity just to try it, even though the qualified employee may have been requesting the opportunity for months prior. Everyone else is required to take up his slack, and he is aware enough of his #1 position to criticize others of their work, while he himself is incompetent to complete the task, without fear of repercussions.
On the other hand, there are two or three of us that our supervisor just does not like, if for no other reason than we are too busy trying to get the job done to constantly suck up to him. I may be in the toughest position of all; I love my job, but the favorite employee wants it. The guy I work with gets to choose who helps him, and he has fought hard to keep me in my position. In order to try and push me out so that the favorite employee can take my place however, my supervisor keeps piling more responsibilities on me and trying to tear me down in front of the guy I work with. When I'm not at work, the supervisor willingly sends two people to take my place but refuses to ever send me help when I need it. I'm always told to shut up when I speak to the supervisor, and he has already noted to the guy I work with that if the guy ever leaves, I will no longer be in my position.
I work as hard as I can every day, and everyone on my shift can support me in saying I keep up pretty well. However, apparently this is not enough and I constantly fear for my job because of it. How might I deal with this? Everyone else is suffering as well because, as our company has a high turn-over rate, it would be very easy to be fired just because the supervisor doesn't personally like you. If I lose this job, it would be EXTREMELY difficult to find another around here that would pay enough to maintain my current rent and utilities.
I am a civil construction supervisor, having over 10 years expirience, of which 9 years are in united arab emirates, how i can shift to any european country, any of the recruitment agency, or any of the job offer, for same or other supervision, i am 30yrs, and have fluency in 5 languages, including english, arabic, urdu, hindi and punjabi, can some 1 guide me properly palease. more over all this process require how much of the financing.
I'm 16, eligible to work in the u.s and all, and this job is for a local college's service crew in the dining area, the requirements to apply are an updated resume, a cover letter, and 3 references. help on the cover letter format would also be appreciated! Here's the job description on the website:DEFINITION:
The Service Crew for position performs jobs such as setting and resetting dining room tables, clearing tables, refilling water, and maintaining consistent and efficient unit specific service standards.
In the performance of their respective tasks and duties all employees are expected to conform to the following:
• Perform quality work within deadlines with or without direct supervision.
• Interact professionally with other employees, customers and suppliers.
• Work effectively as a team contributor on all assignments.
• Work independently while understanding the necessity for communicating and coordinating work efforts with other employees and organizations.
• Removes plates and silverware when all guests have finished, following proper service standards.
• Maintains service stations in a clean and orderly manner throughout shift.
• Performs all opening and closing side work as specified by manager.
• Expedites and runs food to wait person, or guests as needed.
Note: Job duties are subject to change as needed.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to:
• Stand, talk or hear, and taste or smell.
• Walk; use hands or fingers, handle, or feel; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; reach with hands and arms.
• Regularly lift and/or move up to 35 pounds and may occasionally lift up to 50 pounds.
• Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.
• Must be familiar with all menu items, their preparation and service procedure.
• Must be clean, smart and well presentable.
• Ability to read, understand and follow simple instructions, short correspondence and memos.
• Ability to write simple correspondence. Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations to customers, clients, and other employees of the organization.
• Push and pull carts weighing up to 100 lbs.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
• Ability to interact with diverse and high volume customer base in a friendly and efficient manner.
• Ability to use the time clock system properly, and record worked hours for processing.
• Ability to take direction from multiple managers, supervisor and employees.
• Ability to work in a team environment.
• Ability to work calmly and effectively under pressure.
• Must have problem-solving abilities, be self-motivated, and organized.
• Commitment to quality service, and food and beverage knowledge.
• Possess the ability to meet specific Dining uniform standards for this position.
• Utilize all Personal Protective Equipment per Dining guidelines including wearing a cut resistant glove whenever using a sharp or potentially sharp tool or instrument.
• Ability to follow all of Dining health and safety standards and requirements.
This position does not directly supervise anyone but is responsible for working in a team and completing task in a group setting.
At the University’s discretion, the education and experience prerequisites may be excepted where the candidate can demonstrate, to the satisfaction of the university, an equivalent combination of education and experience specifically preparing the candidate for success in the position.
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First night on job, i informed them and asked ?-they ignored me. I was told to report to a place within the field of land and then told the supervisor i had no knowledge of the area he was referring to, then asked why it was so difficult to receive information pertaining how to perform a security position before a huge US event, and he made an off handed remark, then drove right by the very spot he told me to walk to after walking close to seven hours, i fell while trying to find the gate he instructed me to report to, i fell and immediatley tried to report the incident, and still could get no support even after asking the day supervisor, so three hours later i went to the doctor, my knee and hip were injure. The next day, less than 24 hrs after incident i went to stadium and waited an hour so someone from human resources to submit report, since that day i was ignored by all persons on night and day shifts that could help submit report, i also was the last person to be "relived" of my posts, i left in pain and confused. six months have gone by, i am in pain daily, now i find myself involved in a cover up and cant even get a photocopy of the report i had to force to submit. that shift i had to ask for relavant job information, since again, it was my first shift. i also asked over three hours for a flashlight and map and a clue of how to perform my job assigned and still given no flashlight, instruction, map of site, and assigned a position that required knowledge of layout to get from a to b. i repeatedly asked and was laughed off and ignored for over three hours and told verbatim "no one knows what the f is going on" which was his answer for why it was more difficult to get relavant job instruction then to get into fort knox. now my lawyer's not hearing me, i need some education, anybody, PLEASE.
I recently got a new job at mcodnalds 2 months ago, and all my co workers treat me like crap, boss me around and always tell me off and blame me for things I didn't even do! Upon first starting my job, my manager was meant to give send me my induction through email. I kept reminding her but she kept saying that she did and the problem was on my side. I know my email doesnt filter anything or go to junk. Long story short, 2 months later I get my induction. She later explained there was a glitch in their system, which is useless information to me now.
Well anyways, because I didn't have an induction I had real trouble at work and I was still learning the ropes. Seriously, I didn't know what to do and no one was helping me or training me like they're suppose to!!! They just threw me on front counter/runner and presumed I knew everything. I made alot of mistakes, and I kept getting growled, bossed around and yelled at by co workers and managers. I kept telling my manager and supervisors that I haven't been trained nor have I gotten any induction!!!! But still, they kept brushing me off!!!!
Because I was working poorly after the first week, due to no induction, lack of help and training!!! The shift managers started putting me on cleaning duties and giving me the worst jobs! Like changing bins, mopping p**e, picking up rubbish, doing fries, carting boxes etc. Then finally the worst of it all, they put me at the back, washing ALL of the dishes at Mcdonalds everynight!!! Seriously, I was the only person washing dishes at that Mcdonalds, and I still wasnt learning anything!!!!
I was getting real p****d with management at this moment, and being treating me so unfairly, this is not what I signed up for!!!! Now recently I've been put back to daily cleaning duties. Ughh. At this point I'm getting really frustrated and I'm sick of being treated like crap. All the co workers boss me around and tell me off, like I'm dumb and stupid. I still dont know the ropes, because I've not been trained or given any induction and I've not had that much experience on the floor!!!! All my co workers exclude me from everything and all conversations, I'm not even acknowledged. I try to be friendly but they just stiff me. I feel so demeaned, devalued, bossed around and treated like crap and like I'm a slave at work.
It's been 2 and a half months now, and I hate working at mcdonalds. The worst job ever. Here I was thinking, I would be doing counter, drive thru or cooking, but no. I can't quit now because theres no other jobs available and I need the money!! Everytime a customer sees me cleaning or picking up rubbish, they offer their sympathy towards me. I feel like the only people that care about me are the customers. This is still happening, I know I'm not dumb or stupid, but now I'm starting to think I am. Mcdonalds is a slavery franchise, I do not get enough for the crap I put up with. What should I do?
This is my current resume'. i was wondering, do anybody have any suggestions on how i can make it more appealing. thanks.
1342 W. 1234th St, Los Angeles, Ca, 95325
•Great phone etiquette.
•Strong prioritization skills.
•Excellent organizational skills.
•Knowledge of standard office equipment.
•Strong ability to understand and follow specific instructions and procedures.
•Strong customer service skills.
•Outstanding communication skills.
•Cooperative, courteous, and respectful.
•Able to handle customer complaints effectively.
•Typing (48 wpm)
•Microsoft Windows XP, Vista.
•Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite.
•Able to quickly learn new software packages.
•Willing to learn.
•Dependable and flexible.
•Able to work independently.
•Exceptional attendance record.
•Accurate, efficient, and detail-oriented.
•Ability to work in a fast-paced atmosphere.
•Willingness to take on added responsibility.
•Adapt quickly to new and evolving environments.
Transportation Security Officer
•Motivated and supervised 5+ employees on daily basis.
•Delegated responsibilities to employees to meet company’s expectations.
•Processed confidential documents.
•Resolved complaints on as-needed basis.
•Assisted public with routine questions.
•Facilitated employee meetings.
•Handled all word processing and typing for supervisor.
•Assisted supervisor in training new employees.
•Provided security services to the traveling public.
•Conflict resolving course completed.
•Typed confidential memos for supervisor.
•Handled irate passengers calmly.
•Eliminated major filing back up.
•Maintained employee files.
Six Flags Hurricane Harbor2007-2007
Food Service Clerk
•Cleaned work area and surrounding stations
•Counted monies in cash draw at beginning and end of shift and kept a record of contents.
•Treated customers promptly, with courtesy, and respect.
•Assisted customers with ordering.
•Received payment and dispensed correct change.
Watsons Family Child Care2004 - 2007
•Maintained record-keeping procedures without error.
•Effectively developed telephone communication skills.
•Entered data for reports.
•Helped plan and organize activities.
•Maintained a safe, clean, appealing environment.
•Performed simple first aid in emergencies.
George Washington Preparatory High School2005 - 2007
Office Assistant (Volunteer)
•Assisted public with routine questions.
•Answered phones in a professional manner.
•Took accurate phone messages & delivered them promptly.
•Performed general administrative duties.
•Handled multi-line phone system.
•Interacted with a large number of staff.
•Retrieved files and documents upon request
•Conducted tours as needed.
•Provided basic information to visitors and callers.
Los Angeles Southwest College Attending
Obtaining an AA Degree in criminal justice.
George Washington Preparatory High School2003-2007
High School Diploma