This one time, my manager asked me to put my phone in the “back” (breakroom) because she saw me on it. Is she allowed to do that?
I noticed they are taking cashier, janitor, security, and other jobs .Many young people are trying to get those jobs, and the positions are taken.
It is part of my duties to put letters I type into envelopes and to stamp the envelopes with the code stamp so each department is charged the correct amount by the post room. I have done this for 14 years in my job, but the new co-worker, who has been here just 15 months, has reported me for the 'noise'...
I had recently got a job (in the fast food industry) only temporarily though just as a side when I'm in school and I found out that we have to move by March 28th (this was a sudden decision) so there is really no way I could keep the job. But would it matter?
I’m 17 and in high school. I’m looking into getting a first job and found a few listings in my city for a part time line cook. I don’t have any formal work experience but I have been cooking my whole life. I plan to go to culinary school and become a chef after high school so this seemed like a good first step....
My co-worker reported me because I called her a *****. I was only messing around. How could she take it so personally? Was I wrong to use the B word?
That would depends on what your wife is making now. Going from $71 to $97 in Washington DC would not be that much of a raise. Housing there is almost triple what it is in Dallas. If you wife is not currently working, or is making very little, then, yes, it would definitely be worth it!
I was supposed to start my new job at a restaurant today. My first restaurant job ever, I showed up and was sent home for not wearing the appropriate clothing (I'm 6 months pregnant and can't find a button up shirt that fits ANYWHERE)
I feel like a complete idiot. I'm going back in tomorrow to start...
This is a daycare job so its not a super professional work place i guess.
You only put in the notice when you have a firm offer and a start date. No start date or offer - no notice to your employer.
It's illegal, so no.
I worked in a biotech lab that needed to test our new diagnostic tests on blood samples. Employees were not allowed to use their own blood because that law is so broadly phrased.
I'm an engineer from the US and I recently started working in Sweden. I moved there to live with my gf. I started working for a big company and I have noticed some work culture differences. People here are a lot less formal and they don't work as long. Back home it was not uncommon for me to work at least...
I'm filling out a job application, and one of the questions asks "Do you type?" (Yes or no). Does that literally just mean like computer typing?
I dont know if i put yes or no
I’m a senior guy in high school and I’m looking for a job. I worked at a small grocery store before but I hated it there. Right now, these are my options:
Panera bread cashier
Dunkin’ Donuts cashier/barista
Which one should I choose?