I often focus on:
1.) Project milestones
2.) Blockers
3.) What can (s)he do to support me to make more effective
4.) Performance
5.) Life in general
Any other thoughts?

#worklife #WorkFromHome #RemoteWorker #officelife #tips #confused #needhelp #advice

Love the post, but the singular they is more inclusive than (s)he, easier to type out, and OED approved! https://pu... see more

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Yes me too I love it!

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If you or someone you know has been laid off from work please take a look and share the tips below on what to do next!

1- Take care of YOU
Your health is important so don’t go without health coverage! Speak to your employer about extending your health insurance benefit for up to 18 months under COBRA (the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act) if it's available. You have 60 days after your coverage lapses to opt-in or start shopping... see more


Really informative post!

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Reid Hughes Thank you for checking it out! : )

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I am not looking for a new job for myself but I work with staffing companies to help them share their open jobs with Jobcase. Most of the staffing companies I'm speaking with are not hiring or are not hiring very many people in January.

But from what I am reading online, it seems January is a great time for job search -- this made me think of the Jobcase community:

If you are actively job searching how are you managing your search? Are... see more

Same with me. I apply for jobs in well qualified for and hear nothing back. My resume goes back to the early 80s... see more

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Employer ghosting is frustrating to say the least and not a good business practice.

I believe recruiters sometimes are inundated with applications and interviews and inevitably ghosting can happen.

I like to use post-interview follow-ups as opportunities to both thank the interviewer for their time and reiterate interest in the role, but also use the opportunity to nudge the interviewer to take action and keep yourself top of mind with them.

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Experience ghosting a lot is not helpful it’s very frustrating and a waste of my time

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Ever struggle to get yourself up and moving on Monday?

Sometimes you just have to tell yourself something positive...

-I am inspiring
-I am unique
-I am important
-I am strong
-I am a shark! : )

Let's give ourselves a boost!

Finish this thought and tell me which word best describes YOU in the comments.

I am...



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2020 is coming up fast and you know what? YOU HAVE GOT THIS!

I wish someone had told me this 5 years ago when things were horrible in my life. I was out of work for a long time and my savings had disappeared. I was in a PANIC. Did I land my dream job at first? No way! I was cleaning houses and scrubbing toilets for a few dollars an hour, but I kept pushing forward until I found a job that I loved and so can YOU. Because no matter what life... see more


The most boring job you have to know how to entertain yourself and co workers.
And if you do it right like I have... see more

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If you spent time applying or going through the interview process and now it’s all over you might be left wondering…”NOW what?” If you followed up, awesome! If you didn’t, keep reading and learn the importance and how to go about it.

Following up is a critical aspect of the job seeking process. It does a few things. It lets the employer know you are serious, reminds them of who you are and your qualifications, and keeps the hiring process moving... see more


I have a alot of questions lol I started work today but want a better paying job or maybe have 2 jobs , and I still... see more

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Saw this post on Facebook or somewhere and saved it because it's SO true and sharing it with this group.

1- Cover your ass. Take pictures, get it in writing, scale everything, get a dashcam and run it all the time.

2- NEVER trust a dispatcher.

3- Never enter any place you don't know how to get out of. Throw the brake, set the 4 ways and walk yourself in. always make sure you can get out.

4-. Don't screw over the next guy. Leave the truck... see more

#3 is crucial, especially if you're pulling a combination of vehicles. NEVER drive into an area that you can't back... see more

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How to remove yourself from an email marketers list to stop unwanted emails.

Tip: when using the Junk E-mail option Block Sender and you want to stop emails from the same email address (because some time email will come from the same email address that has a different prefix (a word, letter, or number placed before another.), but has the same suffix (a morpheme added at the end of a word to form a derivative, e.g., -ation, -fy, -ing, -itis.) you... see more


Agreed, very useful info here. Thanks Steven Ransom

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Worked from about 9am Thurs to 7pm Fri...I'm beat, sore, cranky but made good money. My side gig and tips...keep me from starving. Can't wait for my new job to start.

Happy thanksgiving!! Hannah

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tom O'Grady thank you....and you too...be safe out there

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