I just graduated from UCSB with a major in Business Economics. Will I have a good shot at working as like a material handler, or retail associate at FedEx? What kind of people do you know that work there?
During working hours. My friend is mad, because he can not chew during the working times. So his retaliation is that he will take his time getting the parts to the line, He is a material handler. He takes parts to the lines and keeps them in supply. Will the supervisor noticed that he is moving slow? and move him somewhere else. Replace him w/ some one will do the job right vs. him taking his time. He real close to getting fired.
What other jobs besides the actual construction of the transcontinental railroad, did it provide?
This may sound like a stupid question but I really want to know because ive been on the site and everywhere else theres always a job for a Package handler but when it comes to LA its always a material handler so i just wanted to know Please Help :)
I'm leaving for BMT soon. My job is Security Forces. How do I become a dog handler? If I sign a 6 year contract I will get a $2,000 bonus and my rank will go up. What's the fastest way to become a dog handler, with the 4 year contract or the 6 year contract?
My GCSE results are likely to be s***, i'm expecting 4As, 5Bs and 1C. So as a back up alternative, what jobs could I get with Emirates airline for example; other than being a pilot
Also i would like to know what internal and external information does the department needs and how they use the information.
Ok im in job corps and im going into material handling and i want to know how much they make an hour and a year help me out who ever is a material handler or knows things about material handling
I love history and might want to major it in collage. What professions could I have?
So I got a position as a hostess and they want me to have a food handlers and mast 13 permit. I don't understand why I would need one if I'm just going to be sitting people down and not serving people their food...
It seems alot of white people are more worried about what they and their people say than people of other races are worried about what they and their people say. In America, we have something called freedom of speech (I know I'm p*****g off liberals here) too many Americans have died defending it too for it to be wasted just because it makes some people cry. Alot of white comedians will censor what they say whereas black and latino comedians will go all out. Isn't that called hypocrisy? Why do people allow themselves to be swayed and peer pressured?
Okay, let's imagine you have just been tasked by the Dutch, English or Spanish to colonise the fictional continent of Lemuria (for the sake of this, lets say it has the same climate as Eastern Australia).
The continent is only inhabited by animals and the descendants of lost sailors from Ancient Rome and Greece who live in a society like the Celts of Britain but still with some aspects of their original communities.
How would you plan?
How many people would you take?
What would their professions be?
How many soldiers would you take?
How many ships?
What resources would you take?
What buildings would be a priority within the first few months?
How would you defend your colony?
Which landscape and land formation would you colonise first? (ie. Bay, inlet, beachy land, inland?)
Oh and what would you call your colony? (You can also rename the continent)
And how would you deal with the natives?
1) I would take firstly 350-400 people with me.
2) They would be masons, carpenters, farmers and soldiers.
3) I would take 100-150 soldiers.
4) 10-15 ships.
5) I would bring food to last the voyage and the first few months of colonisation.
6) First building to be built would be a fort, the next would be houses for the colonists, a port and docks and then the official buildings.
7) I would defend the colony with the fort and a series of walls and dykes around the colony. These walls and dykes would also be a priority. Also outpost towers.
8) I would first colonise a natural bay or river inlet.
9) I would name the colony (if Dutch) Nieuw Batavia, (if British) Bayland (due to the large amount of natural bays and inlets), (if Spanish) Nueva Castilla, (if French), Nouvelle Provence.
10) I would forge alliances with any natives willing to, with any hostiles I would send back for at least another 50 men and put them in their place. However I would try and conserve their culture and history a
We are from 1600s - 1700s/
Ouragan (or whatever your name is) - Do you not grasp that I was speaking from the context of the colonial days of 1600s - 1700s Europe? Apparently not. Read the question before you answer.
I found a water spot on my ceiling that caused a little bit of water damage, I was told that the condensation or drain pipe wasn't even connected to the outside! (never had this problem in 8 years, although a couple months ago I had the roof redone after hurricane ike)
I would like to know if this is a fair price? Seems steep to me!
I got called for an interview this friday and the job is a material handler at a distribution center will the questions be hard?. Im nervous
Im a diabetic working as a material handler for Schwans. I spend most of my time in a freezer and have been experiencing partial numbness of my fingers and toes. I am currently suffering from one hell of a cold as well, and I attributing this to my weakened immune system. Should I Worry? Should I Remain working there, or is it time to find a new job? Thanks
I am bored of my job but not sure what I want to do so just looking to see what others do.
I have a 4 month old yorkie who has the fluffy wool coat instead of the regular silk coat . Her fur is still soft but you know...not as soft as the regular . Up until now I've never had to brush her because her fur was too short but now im beginning to notice little matts under her coat . What sort of brush should I buy for her so i can begin brushing her regularly?
I worked for FedEx loading and unloading aircraft. The positions name that I had was called Material Handler. Then next was the Ramp Agent that was practically like the supervisor, and then next was the Ramp Manager. Is there a certain position name for Loading and Unloading UPS aircraft other than Ramp Agent when looking for a job opening on UPS.com?
As a warehouse and materials handler. i am a girl who wants to apply at one
Am really interested in becoming one but don't know where to start - I have years of warehousing supervision/logistics supervision but don't know how to climb the ladder...please help...