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    7 years, 6 months ago

Chia907's Bio

Young padawan with much to learn.

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Posted:  7 years, 3 months ago

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Starting with Werner

I realized they manage to let me go through this whole process and I realized never actually did my tuition reimbursement paperwork nor did they ever go over my actual pay and everything. My point is ASK questions to the point where they are tired of you. Make them do there job. In their defense they are dealing with a lot of people in orientation, but it's still your career so take care of business.I Will keep everyone updated.

I'm interested in Werner too. I want to make sure, who is responsible for confirming actual pay (I see $500-550 a week) and tuition reimbursement? Is that Payroll, HR, or recruiter? I want that confirmed before I sign on. Is that possible?

Posted:  7 years, 3 months ago

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Dang it flying j...stop it!!!!!

Just a little fun fact side note...

Did you guys/gals know that the CEO of Cinnabon, Kat Cole, worked as a Hooters waitress while dropping out of college at the same time?

She worked her way all the way up to Executive Vice President of Hooters all before going back to college to acquire her business degree before becoming CEO of Cinnabon .

I think her story correlates with the hard work and effort motto we we push here on TruckingTruth.

You can read more about her story in this article...

How Kat Cole Went from Hooters Girl to President of Cinnabon by Age 32

Great article. Inspired and I will make sure I have creamers for Pumpkin Pie, Cinnabon, and Hazelnut...

“When I see people, everyone, every human, I understand that I am in the presence of greatness. Maybe potential greatness, or greatness unpolished, or greatness unfound, but every person has the ability"...“The domino effect of every human interaction, it goes somewhere. And so if you can be a part of seeing what’s possible and helping other people see what’s possible or just helping them lean in a more positive than negative in any given moment, the trajectory that you put the whole world on, is pretty phenomenal,” - Kat Cole

1. Never say no to an opportunity.
2. As a leader, listen really closely to your employees.
3. Gratitude is good, but in moderation.
4. Donate your time. It will come back threefold.
5. Find a way to see every challenge as a chance to learn.
6. Don’t remind your colleagues that you are young.
7. Think bigger. Always think bigger than you even think you should.

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