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Are managers allowed to ask you to put your phones away?

41 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 2 days ago
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?

Why are seniors (70+) stealing minimum wage jobs from younger people,?

25 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 2 days ago
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.

Is it wrong to do this at work?

17 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 2 days ago
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?

Best answer: 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!

How do I come back from this?

6 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 2 days ago
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... show more

Email a Resignation Letter or give in person?

8 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 2 hours ago
This is a daycare job so its not a super professional work place i guess.

Best answer: 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... show more

Application question "Do you type?"?

16 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 3 days ago
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?

current employer?

Do you think I should email the employer?

9 answers · Administrative and Office Support · 1 day ago
I applied for this job but it didn't say on the job description what the hours all I know is they open Monday to Saturday, I'm just curious to know what the hours are do you think I should email the employer or is it not convienient before asked for an interview?

Best answer: very dangerous. There are very few people who work with them in situations where the cats can get to them.

Best answer: Capitalism is considered the best system for growing wealth, but that wealth is not always fairly distributed. You know, in something like 30 states, the highest-paid state employee is a state college football or basketball coach. Coaches can earn tens of millions a year in states where the governor makes maybe... show more

Do employers have to let you know in advance before you apply for the position or interview or when you start the job?

Does she think I’m ugly and is blunt about it?

9 answers · Mental Health · 2 days ago
Best answer: Ignore her - she is obviously not a good employment advisor. Employers are looking for only one thing from employees: that the latter get the job done best and at the least expense. They don't give a s**t about how the employees look, unless that affects how well the job gets done! Cheers. +++++

Parents vs the childless at work. Advice needed!?

7 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 1 day ago
I am struggling at work at the moment, my manager has come back from Maternity Leave last year and naturally has a lot more responsibilities at home. She leaves early a lot to make appointments for the child (e.g. doctors). Also, she takes a lot of days off as her child is still young and therefore gets a lot of... show more

Will they still let me reschedule my interview?

8 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 2 days ago
I missed an interview last Thursday due to my mom getting into an accident Wednesday night. I left for the hospital and didn't return until Saturday. With this happening, I had completely forgotten about the interview. They sent me an email saying that if an emergency was the reason I no showed, then they... show more