Take the job, until something else comes along, the pay is well below average and you’ll be over worked and under paid and there’s no room for career advancement here, it should honestly be against the law to pay experienced workers barely above minimum wage, the cost of living is constantly going up but your pay is only increasing in cents.
It can be fun, very fast paced, some days are hard and long ,it depends on what role you play some managers are understanding some are not they will cross train you so be prepared they pay is ok the hours are ok it's all up to you to make it work the way you want it to be
Be open and honest, they are very understanding to your needs.
Answered - Environmental Services (Former Employee) - dallas texas
High school is all you need, and maybe 6 months experience.--but, its who you know and not what you know.
Answered - Cashier Clerk I (Former Employee) - Dallas, TX
Be patient, It's a long process, but well worth it.
Answered - Financial Counselor (Former Employee) - Dallas, TX
Be yourself and ensure that you can handle any working environment and are quick on your feet when something unexpected happens
Answered - Crothall EVS Operations Manager (Former Employee) - Dallas, TX
Know yourself and show off who you are and have indeed lot of confidence... Please (role play before your interview...) Have questions for them... (Remember less perfume & cologne... Less makeup... Less. K jewelry (small earrings ladies & necklace & one ring & tasteful bracelet (like pearls... ) Business professional or casual business attire & colors... If you can not afford anything... Go to the thrift stores or city square will help to... (Go get your blessings...) Take god with you...
Know how to remain confident, calm, and work with different cultures,
Answered - " Talent Acquisition Coordinator " (Current Employee) - Dallas, TX
Even tho Parkland is a county facility they are very professional people.
Answered - Float Pool - Patient Care Assistant (Former Employee) - Dallas, TX