The fact that companies are allowing their employees to work at home because of COVID-19 is a double-edged sword. On the one hand, it's great to allow so many more people experience the convenience of telework. It's also terrible, because there was so little preparation in many cases. Or at least that's what I believe to be the case.
What has been your experience with telework due to COVID-19? And if you're doing this for the first time, do you think your employer will let you continue after things calm down?
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I am not quite sure what to put this in the comments.
But at my work, they pay the males more than they pay the females, even if the females have degrees. I have three degrees. The two men that I work with get more then I do. The one that just got hired gets $2 more an hour then I do & has no experience or degrees, the other one has been there one month longer then me & is handsome & never even finished school with a very shady past & gets $3 more an hour then I do. I have also worked in this industry for over 25 years. I’m very upset about this & have already approached management about it twice. Any suggestions?
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I ran across this article on salary negotiation.
The tips come from an Indiana University professor of business law and management. I thought I would share since I've seen posts in the past asking how to negotiate.
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I have been working for a company for over 7 years.
I'm a valued worker and am excellent at what I do. I am an accounts manager and I spend a lot of time working with customers and ensuring the accounts of sales projects are correct and in scope of their contracts. However, our workplace is toxic. The salesMEN are very demanding and demeaning of their coworkers. They are non-communicative, demanding, and rude. The boss seems to be more interested in money from sales than the moral of the overall workers. I have had confrontations with a couple of these salesmen as I try to provide support to them. My boss just told me he wants me to work from home because they feel I'm am difficult to work with. I am concerned about not being able to fully complete my job tasks now as I am isolated from my co-workers. Even though me boss has provided me with computers, dual monitors, phone and a printer at my home, it feels like I'm being pushed out.
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I have a hearing in my county with the Department of Labor and the School System where I worked.
I was a clerk who was forced to resign so they wouldn’t have to pay unemployment. I appealed and now three years later, I have a hearing. Any suggestions on the best way to handle these jerks ?
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I need to build a career as a Class 1 Trucker in Canada.
i dont know how to drive a truck but i want to learn while i work. So it should be a sponsored one.
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Hate that the job searching and application process takes so long.
I'm fortunate to have a job but it's not a career role. I took the role to relocate but I'm finding that the position doesn't afford regular lunch hours to have interviews or provide the PTO I was offered when I accepted the role.
I know it's time to leave but I'm finding it so hard with events I need to run at night and teams during the day that I can't fully commit to job searching. I'm starting to feel that I made a mistake accepting this position but I needed the money. When I do get home, I spend time searching but roles have closed or already received the x number of applicants. I'd appreciate your advice. Is there anything I can do to combat this situation and I'm willing to put in the work.