Chris
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  • Cincinnati, OH, USA
Asking for compensation for signing NDA?
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NDA's are a very common modern workplace practice, and employers use them routinely to protect their interests. You should not consider any kind of compensation for signing one, because it is viewed ...

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What to expect for a first-time worker?
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If the supermarket uses a standard layout, there will be an area to clock in, an HR office, and a break room. If you don't already have your uniform and badge/ID, you should plan to arrive early and ...

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FBI Expanded Background Check
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If you were detained, that's different from being arrested. If you weren't processed into the jail's intake system, you won't have a record that shows up in a criminal background check. You can always ...

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Ex employer has not collected laptop or phone
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This exact situation happened to me, and it was a clerical error on their part. Call, don't email, the HR office, and have them verify the address the box was sent to. Make sure they have the correct ...

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Interviewed yesterday, they emailed me a benefits brochure shortly after. Is this a good sign, or common for companies to do?
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It is very unusual for a hiring manager or recruiter to send any benefits related information to a prospect without prompting. Most likely, it was a mistake or an automated process, although it could ...

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Are employees allowed to access the financial report/record of their company?
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There is no legal basis for a company to stop an employee from accessing publicly available documents, provided the documents are accessible to anybody who doesn't already work for the company. The ...

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