“I am not working for you; I’m working for the money.” “I’m clocked out.” “How many minutes until this work day is done?” “I partied a little too hard last night.” “I just assumed that…” “I promise to do that.”…
I like to think I’m a pretty great trainer (I’ve had a lot of experience at this point), and I’ve amassed a few tips on how to make your new team member feel comfortable and confident throughout the training process.
Unlike the “entitled millennials” of trend piece fame, I don’t want to be rewarded just for being alive. But I do want my life, and my work, to be rewarding.
“Our store went six months without a neon open sign while the owners tried to squeeze one out of our distributors for free.”
Let’s be real: there is a lot of overlap between classroom management and office management.
First things first, that smile you are greeted with when you walk into a store, is completely forced.
Taco Bell.. How could you!
My father’s former tenant, whom he evicted for failure to pay rent for over a year, used him as a reference when applying at my place of work.
Last year, I went to a job fair at a local college to tell people about the internship at my office. A young lady stops at my table, asks what kind of jobs I have available, and hands me her resume. I look down to skim her resume. When I look back up, she has her thumb in her mouth.
You want to really annoy your employers? Read what these 27 people did to do exactly that.