A job that creates jobs for welfare clients with less experience than other applicants
Parking Deck Cashier (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – February 6, 2015
This job Create jobs for single mothers and are willing to train them.
I remember during my interview , that the supervisor said I didn't have to work for free. I was able to go back to school and earn 19 credits towards a Liberal Arts Degree.
I learned customer service skills, that I can build on. I also learn budgeting skills, I was encouraged while I was pursuing my liberal Arts degree.
My most enjoyable part of my job, every year my income got better, I got a little more hours, I could talk to my supervisor about problems that might prevent me from being at work.
the hardest part was when I could not talk to them about it, and I had to shut them out. In the end My family had a Positive out come to the problems, So now I am able to give a 100% work effort. I no longer work for the convention center.
the increase of hours
the long walk to get to the employee bathroom and break area.