You’re going to have a hard time getting one because you’re NOT 18 yet, you have no experience or skills or a reputation. I think the only places willing to hire you is fast food places or other places you see teenagers working. Good luck.
Everyone signs off on the policy manual and it has to be followed or there is no purpose in having it. In your example, your good, dependable reliable employee can’t follow simple instructions that they know are required for the job. They accepted the job knowing there was a no tolerance policy, then violated it. […]
If you’re open and clearly explain this, it may be a bonus. But I think it depends on the manager. If the manager doesn’t care how good of a job you do and just wants money and wants things done quick, you won’t get hired. But if there’s a manager who cares more about things […]
Theoretically maybe something can be done. Practically, no. There’s not much information to go on. Arriving on time, getting along with colleagues, does her work, are all good. They could feel her productivity should be increasing. I don’t know how fast she works. Does she take too many breaks? Ask for time off? Socialize too […]
Salary range should be known before you even get to the interview. Why would anyone even bother interviewing if the salary expectations were not aligned between the candidate and employer? You should be asking this question, as well as for a detailed job description, and to whom does the portion report, during a phone screen […]
I have the answer for you. Investigate the company. Use the Internet. Use everything under the sun Read about the company. Take your notebook and write down the most interesting facets of the company. Entertain yourself. You then will be taking interesting questions into your cerebrum and BOY will you be armed to the teeth […]
The minimum wage employer does NOT want to think you will be leaving shortly, leave your education off your resume; clue: apply to at least ten jobs a day, you have a lot of competition out there for jobs so you have to keep applying, and smile more (even if it is very hard to […]