• Isn't it risky to go on maternity leave and have a temporary replacement fill in your spot?

    What happens if the employer likes the replacement's work better and permanently hires him/her and gets rid of you? Now you would be out of a job.
    What happens if the employer likes the replacement's work better and permanently hires him/her and gets rid of you? Now you would be out of a job.
    11 answers · 1 day ago
  • If you were working at a small company and was offered and job at a much larger company with about the same pay, would you take it?

    In my case, I was offered a job at a larger company with about the same pay. I have been at my current job for about 3 years with a 2 year gap in between because they fired me then rehired me. I'm being told I made the wrong decision because the pay is the same and I'm close with everyone there but I'm... show more
    In my case, I was offered a job at a larger company with about the same pay. I have been at my current job for about 3 years with a 2 year gap in between because they fired me then rehired me. I'm being told I made the wrong decision because the pay is the same and I'm close with everyone there but I'm thinking bigger picture by working at a larger company with more growth opportunities.Also, I need a change to get out of my comfort zone and I think this is the perfect chance to do so.
    18 answers · 2 days ago
  • What was the reason why you left your last job?

    Best answer: Journeyman painter getting $11 per hour in 2011. Left with the best man they had. Today he still works with me, he makes $15 perhour. I make $18 per hour. I put a lot of money back into the business. I also have an IRA account for my retiremeng and Bronze level Obamacare for both of us. Wouldnlt have that today. If... show more
    Best answer: Journeyman painter getting $11 per hour in 2011. Left with the best man they had. Today he still works with me, he makes $15 perhour. I make $18 per hour. I put a lot of money back into the business. I also have an IRA account for my retiremeng and Bronze level Obamacare for both of us. Wouldnlt have that today. If we were at the old job, we'd be lucky to make $12 per hour today and absolutely no benefits at all!
    35 answers · 4 days ago
  • Can I smoke weed after I passed my drug test and got my job.?

    I work in a hospital , and I just wanna have a day or two a week to smoke , I rather smoke the weed then drink the alcohol.
    I work in a hospital , and I just wanna have a day or two a week to smoke , I rather smoke the weed then drink the alcohol.
    10 answers · 18 hours ago
  • If a forklift job requires at least a year of experience, how do you get the experience?

    Best answer: Not all jobs require the year experience, just the one you got from employment office, look for entry level employer
    Best answer: Not all jobs require the year experience, just the one you got from employment office, look for entry level employer
    9 answers · 16 hours ago
  • Is it possible to ask for a better hourly rate after accepting a job offer?

    The current job that Im at now pays me about $1.50 more/ per hour compared to the new job. Im leaving the old job because there are no hours. The new job has full time hours but a lower pay. Is it possible to ask for the more or the same amount? I dont want to sound greedy but I also dont want to short change myself.
    The current job that Im at now pays me about $1.50 more/ per hour compared to the new job. Im leaving the old job because there are no hours. The new job has full time hours but a lower pay. Is it possible to ask for the more or the same amount? I dont want to sound greedy but I also dont want to short change myself.
    9 answers · 17 hours ago
  • Recent College Grad Seeking Advice?

    I recently graduated college last December. I worked part-time as a shipping clerk while finishing my last semester. Since graduating I have moved on to full-time in the same position where I have already been for about two months. The job I have isn't very high paying and doesn't require a degree; I am... show more
    I recently graduated college last December. I worked part-time as a shipping clerk while finishing my last semester. Since graduating I have moved on to full-time in the same position where I have already been for about two months. The job I have isn't very high paying and doesn't require a degree; I am getting very sick of it. I have been applying to other jobs but it's been pretty difficult to follow up with them and also do some research into other potential opportunities since I work from 9-5 and the offices are closed on the weekends. I am currently living at home. Based on your life experience and wisdom.. would it be wise for me to quit my current job and search for something else full-time and put all my effort towards that?
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • Should I inform my supervisor of how disrespectful she was being?

    As the group leader for a department in an office setting, I got this email today from a plant manager, "I know new people are learning in your team. On the 660632 there is a checklist and the points are I4 & O4. Those are already used in the harness and there is not a checklist put in the template. It has... show more
    As the group leader for a department in an office setting, I got this email today from a plant manager, "I know new people are learning in your team. On the 660632 there is a checklist and the points are I4 & O4. Those are already used in the harness and there is not a checklist put in the template. It has Debra’s initials under *Drawn* column and Keith’s initials under *Checked* column. Will you please check to see if they would put it in the template so they can understand this and perhaps use this as a learning opportunity? Thanks! Liza” I replied while sending a copy to Debra, “I will have them fix their mistake. Thanks!” Debra later sent me that she fixed it & that she used the bottommost numbers as always. I replied to her while sending a copy to Liza and Keith, “Debra, you have to watch out. The template did not have O5 & I5 when you did this originally.” Debra replied to me, “How was I supposed to know? I was never taught how to do them!” I replied to Debra while sending a CC: to our supervisor, "Logic. If you already are using test points for something, you cannot use them for the checklist. You know this by now…” She responded to me, “No, I didn’t know or notice. BTW, I do notice that you send a copy to multiple recipients whenever you criticize someone. Everyone makes mistakes. Please refer to the HR manager’s email guidelines. You need to get over it.” Should I show our supervisor tomorrow since he took a vacation day today? Although he and I are the ones who do
    8 answers · 12 hours ago
  • I got fired because my boss has a grudge against me, how seriously should i take this?

    Best answer: Soounds like you hated being there and they didn't like you either and this is probably a good thing for you both. I don't see why it should mess up your life at all, go find a place you like better. I wouldn't even mention this job though when you go for your net job, sounds like the reference would... show more
    Best answer: Soounds like you hated being there and they didn't like you either and this is probably a good thing for you both. I don't see why it should mess up your life at all, go find a place you like better. I wouldn't even mention this job though when you go for your net job, sounds like the reference would do you more harm that good.
    9 answers · 23 hours ago
  • Just got hired, need opinion.?

    I just got my first job (I m 17) where I ll be washing dishes and waiting tables. I forgot to mention that I m going to be going to Texas this spring to visit my sick uncle and other family members. Would it be okay if I mentioned it to them, or is it too soon to ask for time off?
    I just got my first job (I m 17) where I ll be washing dishes and waiting tables. I forgot to mention that I m going to be going to Texas this spring to visit my sick uncle and other family members. Would it be okay if I mentioned it to them, or is it too soon to ask for time off?
    8 answers · 16 hours ago
  • Im looking for a job that allows me to make my work time productive. Any suggestions?

    What job would you suggest to someone that is studying and wants a job that allows him free time to be on a laptop either studying, playing casual games and reading Eg monitoring systems that don t require full time supervision.
    What job would you suggest to someone that is studying and wants a job that allows him free time to be on a laptop either studying, playing casual games and reading Eg monitoring systems that don t require full time supervision.
    8 answers · 19 hours ago
  • Geography or Biology, what would you choose?

    Best answer: Biology, I love studying the inside of living things
    Best answer: Biology, I love studying the inside of living things
    67 answers · 7 days ago
  • Why do some places do not put people in a certain position until they are ready?

    For example, a company is iffy about who they put on cashier
    For example, a company is iffy about who they put on cashier
    9 answers · 1 day ago
  • How many days a week do you work?

    20 answers · 4 days ago
  • If I have volunteered in my community, should I put it under previous work on an application, or put it on a resume?

    I'm applying for a job, and I have been officially employed before. Should I leave the section blank, or put my volunteer work in there? Or should I just putt the volunteer work I've done on a resume?
    I'm applying for a job, and I have been officially employed before. Should I leave the section blank, or put my volunteer work in there? Or should I just putt the volunteer work I've done on a resume?
    8 answers · 1 day ago
  • I am seriously considering prostitution...should I?

    Hello, I am a 17 year old guy and I am in a very bad financial situation. See I went to a private HS and my family never got around to paying my tuition. Without paying it, I won't be able to go to college. It's $1300. I have only paid off like $300 and brought it down to $1000. I can't find a job and... show more
    Hello, I am a 17 year old guy and I am in a very bad financial situation. See I went to a private HS and my family never got around to paying my tuition. Without paying it, I won't be able to go to college. It's $1300. I have only paid off like $300 and brought it down to $1000. I can't find a job and when I do find a job, something ends up happening at that job such as a layoff or me getting fired for something out of my control. I've been through 3 jobs already within the past few months. Another problem is I don't have a vehicle. I have my license but no car. Without that, I am limited to where I can get a job because I live in such a small town and not many opportunities around here. My family can't help me out cause they're struggling with bills too. Even when I start college, I will need to pay for the classes! I have never felt so low in my life. I am seriously considering soliciting myself on Backpages and Craigslist. Prostitution is pretty big in my town. Like we have girls and guys doing it on every street corner it seems like an everyday activity around here. I have a nice body and all so I know I'd get lots of umm...work. I'd make sure to be safe every time I do it but still I feel like I need some advice before I go ahead and start doing this. There is literately no other way to get money around here. I've tried Care.com for maybe petsitting or housekeeping. Nothing. I've tried posting ads to shovel snow. No responses. What should I do?? Thanks!!
    14 answers · 3 days ago
  • Do I need a two weeks notice for a part time retail job?

    I'm planning to leave this retail company soon to work for a competitor part time since it pays way better. It's my first job and my contract was "at will" employment, so does this mean I even need to put in my two weeks or should I just tell them that I quit?
    I'm planning to leave this retail company soon to work for a competitor part time since it pays way better. It's my first job and my contract was "at will" employment, so does this mean I even need to put in my two weeks or should I just tell them that I quit?
    12 answers · 3 days ago