I read about Janet Napolitano being in Afghanistan this New Years. At first, I was annoyed as I could not figure out a legitimate reason for the head of Homeland Security being in a foreign country, especially Afghanistan. And, then it hit me. The Obama Administration is truly the theater of the absurd.
Many will reimburse you for the item they required you to purchase and also give you a small bonus ($8-$15) on top of that. Sometimes you’re allowed to spend $40 for dinner and you’ll get an extra $10 if you submit your report on time. Other times you will be reimbursed only for what you purchased and that’s it. Each company compensates differently.
With that out of the way, how exactly do you come by these great opportunities? Make sure that when you sign up with any mystery shopping company, that you ask to be notified by e-mail when any opportunity turns up. There are shopping scheduling companies – businesses like Quality Scheduling Group, act as a kind of finn jobb oslo for those who look for part-time jobs as mystery shoppers. All you need to do is to sign up for free with such a scheduling company and let them send you on assignments.
Figure out your health benefits. Your benefits may be extended under your severance agreement. Find out the COBRA laws and get the proper documentation to get that process started. Check out other health plans as well.
Make some effort to learn about the roles of the different departments or teams in your office. Each department may requires different skills than those needed to perform the specific tasks you do each day. Learning about the company will help you out. You need to be interested in and ask questions of people in different departments. This will give you a better understanding of the company as a whole.
If the work you used to love and enjoy so much has lost its significance to your life, look into what your values are towards your family, leisure, productivity, health, personal growth and community. This way, you can choose a certain industry that may complement all your values.
In most offices, the clients get to do the interviewing of the shortlisted applicants. The Human Resource Officer of the client gets down and dirty with these applicants to finally get to the bottom of the issue: choose who wins the position. On the other side of the coin, there are also patrons who leave it all to the employment agency. They trust the latter more than enough to just admit whoever is selected out of the agency selection process.