Dollar General management overseeing workers in Tuscaloosa, Alabama and across the state AND country trying to silence angry, tired, overworked and underpaid employees? That's not the American way! One Tuscaloosa area employee, who posted her comments here, said a boss told her to delete all comments, about Dollar General putting workers at risk in relation to safety standards, immediately or be fired. In addition she was told to get rid of any post with negative comments about Dollar General.
Nobody's perfect, but even the best of us is occasionally going to come up short at the office. But there’s a difference between the occasional missed meeting and a career full of bad work habits that remain unbroken. And that difference could cost you your job.
Not all seasonal jobs are created equal. Last week we took a look at some examples of holiday employment that offer good opportunities and benefits; now it's time to examine what kind of work you should actively avoid this season.
If you’ve been considering a seasonal job to bring in some extra cash during the holidays, it’s time to start going through the job listings. (Check sites like Indeed, GrooveJob and Snag a Job for opportunities in your area, or visit a company’s site or location directly.) There are numerous opportunities and possibilities that open up to you when you land that seasonal holiday position, beyond ju
With that being said, there are some jobs that pay a serious amount of cash available to people who have probably never been described as "smart" or "able to solve simple problems" or "having the ability to read."