In 2011 my employer lost a legal case based on a simple reason: the documents were not date stamped. I remembered a couple years before dropping off paperwork and the office had a machine that my packet had gone on to, zipped through and out of curiosity I asked the… Continue reading
Summer 1995 Shirley’s Creative Designs was started. Fall 1995 Sue’s Tiny Costumes was started. In the summer of 1995 I became interested in creating websites and started developing Shirley’s Creative Designs. In the fall of the same year I started Sue’s Tiny Costumes. I started out on the infancy of… Continue reading
I get a lot of questions and funny looks when I mention that my small business which was started in 1995 is focused solely on dolls. You see my original college major was Fashion Design and I focused on dolls as they are fun and easy to make a wide… Continue reading
During the process of reclassification I was asked to rewrite my job description. This is what was accepted resulting in my reclassification to Senior Services Technician. Under general supervision, this position performs a variety of support and technical functions in the administration of the Provider Certification & Compliance Unit for… Continue reading
This goes with my Reverse Job Description. Make a list of up to 10 things you feel are important to you in a job. Then a list of up to 10 things important to you in a company or employer. 1. Challenging work that changes mysteries to solve 2. Management… Continue reading
Just a few things that excite me, light me up, that I truly enjoy and where they cross the boundaries from Hobby to potential Career. There’s a lot more than this but charts and graphs can only handle so much information!
Everyone has to read a job description to see if you meet the qualifications of the company but what if we, as job seekers were to publish our own job descriptions? Something that defines the job we’re looking for, the company culture, boss, tasks and location we’re after. It could… Continue reading