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Courtesy ClerkStater Bros. MarketsChino, CAStater Bros. - 4721 Riverside Dr. - [Grocery Clerk / Bagger / Cart Attendant] As a Courtesy Clerk with Stater Bros. you'll: Bag customer groceries; Assist customers to their vehicles; Retrieve carts from parking lot; Maintain bag supplies and cleanliness of checkstand area; Collect and break down cardboard boxes; Secure price verifications Full-timeIn Home Sales Comfort AdvisorAssociated Heating & Air IncAnaheim, CAAssociated Heating & Air is seeking a sales professional to schedule and meet with clients in their homes to discuss their heating and cooling needs and present solutions to make their personal space more comfortable. Starting at $100,000 a yearBartenderRed LobsterGarden Grove, CAWith seafood served from over 30 countries, Red Lobster has a long standing commitment to sustainable fishing and farming. Full-timeBusserOlive GardenRialto, CAOlive Garden - 1301 W Renaissance Pkwy [Server Assistant / Dishwasher] As a Busser at Olive Garden, you'll: Ensure the dining room is a clean and inviting atmosphere for our guests to enjoy; Assist in servers in providing excellent service to ensure guest satisfaction; Ensure commitment to safety and sanitation standards Full-time
You did it! After several weeks of looking for a new job and undergoing grueling interviews, you finally have a job offer. Although this may be very exciting, accepting a job offer means that you’re making a long-term commitment to your future employer. So, even if you’re eager to leave your current job, this isn’t a decision you should take lightly.
When your dream job posts, will you be ready? What if that dream job was in a faraway city or a different continent…would you move for it? Most of us have dreamed about what it would be like to accept a job in a new place at one time or another. But when it comes to actually making a move, it’s usually the logistical details that give us pause. The key to job searching in a different location is to have a plan.
Your company probably has many policies in place – anti-discrimination policies, equal opportunity policies, ethics policies, and so on. However, it is important to re-evaluate whether you have a policy that covers every situation. Say for instance one of your employees submit a complaint in good faith to their supervisor. To their surprise, they are met with retaliation, such as demotion, defamation, or even termination.
MTS II, TestPanasonicIrvine, CAFor our onsite and hybrid employees you will be able to enjoy amenities such as access to many restaurants and shops, running trails, a fitness deck, outdoor seating, dry cleaning, car wash, free garage parking, car charging stations, shuttle service for train commuters, outdoor games like bocce, horseshoes, gaming tables, pickle ball, and basketball.
jobsearcher.com/blogExplore Your Skill and Find the Best Way to Make Money From HomeWhen you just can’t stomach another drive-thru coffee on your morning commute, close your navigation app on your phone and search for easy ways to make money from home instead. With a computer and some niche skills, there are countless opportunities for you to earn a living from your couch. (Okay, fine, your home office.) Below, we’ll explore 30 different ways to make money from home, as well as a few “too-good-too-be-true" warning signs to know to keep you from booking the wrong remote gig.
jobsearcher.com/blogHow to Write an Address Correctly: Explained with ExamplesIt's hard to imagine a scenario where a text or phone call just won't do these days. With communication at our fingertips, you may think learning how to write an address is a superfluous skill. But it's a skill that will come in handy when you need to fill out healthcare forms, ship a package, order food delivery, or even apply for new jobs.
jobsearcher.com/blog5 Common Interview MistakesEveryone's interview process is unique in some form or fashion. Like most, your interview process is crafted so you can get the most information out of your candidates to increase hiring confidence and make the right hiring decisions. However, there are often small problems in interview processes that could ultimately affect the success of hiring decisions.
jobsearcher.com/blogHow to Write a Job Description?It might be tempting to overlook the importance of a well-written job description. After all, if you’ve posted job ads before and ended up with tons of resumes in hand, it’s easy to assume that this will always be the case, regardless of how your job ad reads. But, in reality, you really can’t take getting an influx of resumes for granted.
jobsearcher.com/blogHow to Get a W2 From Previous EmployersWhen tax time rolls around, the last thing you want to worry about is having to track down a W-2 from your former employer. Many times you won’t have to because the IRS requires companies to send these forms to all current and former employees who have earned more than $600 in the last year. Unfortunately, there are employers who don’t do what they’re supposed to. There are even times where something else may happen that prevents the W-2 from getting where it’s supposed to go.
jobsearcher.com/blogHow to Ask Someone to be a Reference + Email TemplatesOne part of the job-hunting process that frequently gets overlooked is putting together a list of good references. Most of the time we focus on creating the perfect resume, writing an awesome cover letter, and getting our hands on letters of recommendation. We think about what outfit we’ll wear to the job interview, how we’ll answer those tricky questions, and what our career plan looks like. But, in fact, having multiple references lined up who will speak favorably about you to a potential employer is critical to landing a job. This aspect of job searching really can’t be ignored.
jobsearcher.com/blogJob Rejection Email Response with ExamplesGlassdoor estimates that, on average, there are about 250 applicants for every job vacancy out there. If you’ve ever applied for a job, the odds are that you’ve received the dreaded job rejection email.