You already answered your own question, judy, reading that so mamany red flags i think for you its time to say bye.
January 26,2024 at 1:47AM UTC
I feel like jobs alwahs sugar coat things and lleave key asspects and once you find out its to late. I would contact the other job or post your resume. Its not tjat your not quilfiafed. I beleive in you, and you got this
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I am experiencing wage compression.
New hires are being brought in for $4-$6/hr more than tenured employees. My director says there is nothing that can be done and it’s out of her hands. Employees are leaving one after another, and she is unphased, saying that we’ll all just have to cross train to pick up the slack until a new person can be hired. I’m responding with my feet and looking for other work, but I’m curious how common this is and how it has played out for others. Is leadership trying to get rid of employees that they don’t favor? Hiring new employees at the higher rate is no problem for them and it just seems fishy.
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I gruaduated with BS in Accounting in 2020, since then all firms require some sort of experience to hire me, all other applicants have at least one year experience in accounting, I don't, 4 years passed, I worked side jobs like wellness coach and so forth, no company has hired me.
I have kids so I need something with pay. I can't do anything for free. so if no one hires anyone with no experience or unless they know them, how can a person like who knows no one in the field nor have experience in accounting find a job and start building a career? note that I graduated with HONOR meaning I studied my a** and graduated with all A pluses.. but what's the point?? Can someone help me? I need a remote job to start with as well.
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Not really a question, but something totally crazy.
I was recently let go from a position via Indeed. I am not heartbroken, because the environment was extremely hostile and toxic, and I have reached out to an attorney for possible legal action. However, after 1 1/2 years of ongoing harassment to the point where my health started to decline, the company I was working for didn't even bother to terminate me in person. Instead, I was scrolling through the job boards and found the listing for my position. After reaching out to the HR manager, it was confirmed more than 24 hours later that I had been let go. There was no type of severance offered or any type of compensation. Fortunately, I'm ok for now, but despite the actual work environment, I was still floored. I had not mentioned contacting an attorney to anyone except my spouse, so this was completely out of the blue. How's that for an "I just got fired" story?
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So frustrated so I apologize ahead of time...
I made it to the final round after five months of interviews for yet another position to be put on hold. This is the third job that I've spent months interviewing for only to have the role cancelled or put on hold for the feasible future. While I recognize that it's not the companies job no pun intended to hire me, I need a new role.
When I first started looking, it was a casual search to see if there was something better out there and was excited about the opportunities. Unfortunately my job ended recently and it's not if but when I can find a new one. I've tried contract, full, temp etc. and told that companies aren't hiring right now. If anyone knows of a marketing role where the company is actually hiring, please let me know! I was a senior leader in NYC but I'm open to other opportunities as I want to work...Thank you!
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I left my last job and sued my former employer with other co-workers together for gender discrimination, pregnancy discrimination, and a toxic work environment.
My former employer could not deny in front of the evidence we put together. Instead of going to court, they chose to go through the mediation process. We settled the case eventually.
Part of the settlement agreements included a confidential agreement. We are prohibited from discussing the case with people (other than life partners, attorneys, accountants, etc.). Now, I am about to start job hunting. I sincerely seek advice from all of the talents here in the forum. When asked why I left my last job, what would be a good and professional answer without mentioning the true reason? Thank you all in advance.
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