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I thought I post me putting shame on Local Culinary Union 226.
They told me I couldn’t be there, called me a loser & a crack head, they tried to steal my sign, they tried to fight me, why cause I held a sign that said ” Hire Me, I will work for Cosmo, No Union needed..Shame On Local Culinary Union 226….
I am so glad to be finally free from the Union Bosses and stealing my hard-earned money.
Paying $41.50 and have no support, and yet in the past year they been protesting out by the Cosmopolitan of las Vegas, asking for better pay, health care, and saying they not sure if they will have a job the next day.
Let’s look at the facts here, yes I was a part of the Union, yes I was a shop steward, but to see my people who were I formerly worked to ask time and time again “why are they paying Union Dues, and not seeing much results or support. Well I can say this, after a hard decision I decided to leave my job to rid of the Union, I done all I could for my people to take stand with the Union Bosses and have them be heard, unfortunately the Culinary Union Local 226 was to concerned with the casino’s.
And so on Nov 1, 2013 I took my own stand, me and my sign, walked through their picket line to tell them Hello, you’re not even paying Union dues cause there is no Union at the Cosmopolitan, further more it will not mean you will get a better pay raise, (take from me from someone whom was making $8.15 to start and paying union dues not to mention back payment because they forgot to take their money. ), or that you will have a health care, due to the new changes with health care everyone is at their own hard decisions.
To see them waving there signs, made up tee-shirts, holding up traffic, police patrol over 50 or more to only FAKE ARREST them, nice to see that is where most of my union dues went. Can’t wait to get my video’s in order to finish up and edit them to place on YouTube, and many more social networks to show how their people acted, let’s just say I like to thank the Culinary Union Local 226 for calling me a loser, I am on crack ….
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Nine tips for getting hired
Job seekers sometimes approach interviews too eager to please. Here are his tips for getting around that feeling and putting your best foot forward.
The problem with career advice, there’s just so darn much of it out there. Everybody has a personal slant on how best to present yourself in an interview. It’s refreshing to come across something as simple as a bulleted list of best practices to follow.
job seekers feel like they’re at a disadvantage. They go into the interview feeling nervous about rejection, ashamed of getting fired from their last job, or too anxious to please. He cautions however, that if you let such emotions and attitudes overtake you, you’ll be unable to think about the challenges facing this company and unable to articulate why they need you and should hire you.
Here are nine tried-and-true tips to getting hired:
1. Do impeccable research on the company and position before the interview. Read recent business articles, visit the company’s website, and read press releases and annual reports. Write down anything and everything about this company.
2. Don’t try to impress them with your dress, attitude, or speech. It will backfire. Be honest, direct, and authentic. Look decent and be comfortable in your own skin.
3. Find out what your interviewer wants by asking questions. Your aim is to discover the company’s problems, issues, and needs so you can position yourself as the solution. Example: “What are the biggest challenges facing your company?”
4. Ask interrogative-led questions–what, how, and why–to help YOU direct the dialogue. These get your interviewer spilling the beans. Example: “How do you see this position developing and changing over the next three years?”
5. Get your interviewer to reveal what a “good fit” means to them. Your objective is to find out how you might uniquely enhance this company. Example: “How would you describe your employees and the culture of this organization?”
6. Don’t volunteer too much information. You might think your previous working environment is relevant. You might think your family life is important. You might think your hobbies are character revealing. But telling too much gives your interviewer fuel to make assumptions and draw conclusions about you.
7. Be a blank slate. Learn to clear your mind of assumptions, fears, and expectations so you will be emotionally neutral and can maintain an open-minded perspective. If you start to feel hopeful or fearful, needy or overconfident, drop your pen, shift in your chair, take a deep breath–do anything to distract yourself and get back to neutral.
8. Don’t be needy. Neediness kills your advantage in a job interview. You do not NEED this job. You need water, food, and air.
9. Focus on what you can control. The only thing you can control in the interview is your behavior and your responses. Focus on listening carefully–taking notes if necessary–and on answering questions in such a way that you are always keeping your interviewer’s requirements and goals in mind. Your answers should reflect how you fit in with this employer’s aims and enhance the employer’s objectives.
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