Flexibility in the workplace
Is flexibility in the workplace all about the employee's flexability? Many companies see employee flexibility as a key to employment prospects but are inflexible in there own working practices.
Does your employer expect your flexibility but remains inflexible in its own practices?
by crankalicious4 weeks ago
I'm actually asking for somebody else, but I would love some feedback on this question.Let's say you have been out-of-work and you accept a new position, but that new position pays less than you were making and requires...
by Marlena Oechsner6 years ago
"I'm very punctual." That was my response when a woman asked me why I am a good worker during a phone interview. "Okay," she responded, "but what would your current supervisor have to say about...
by Bellamie6 years ago
Washington state is an "AT WILL" state and most employers are under the assumption that they don't have to have a reason to fire an employee. One employer actually told me that he could fire a person...
by Grace Marguerite Williams11 months ago
What would you say to a recently terminated/fired employee? What is the MAIN ADVICE you would giveto him/her? Be factual in your response.
by Josieinguanzo16 months ago
Does an employee who has more then 20yrs working has more rights than the one who has only 5yrs?
by Barnsey5 years ago
Should an employer judge you by your credit report?Please explain your logic.
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