when all else fails, read the STICKIES.
How would you answer this question? I'm guessing the answer is B.*Your building’s security policy requires all visitors to be escorted by a company employee when on the premises. The husband of a female employee has visited many times before and his wife has recently told you to always let him in unescorted. One day he comes in and appears to be agitated and demands to see his wife. Which of the following is the best course of action?
Call his wife, inform her that he is here, and wait for instructions.
Call the police immediately and have him arrested for trespassing.
Let him in since you know that he has permission to enter the office.
Let him in, but discretely follow him and watch from a safe distance.
People who purposely try to find jobs where they get to sit around on their ass and play games/sleep/not actually work annoy the hell out of me. That's part of the problem with today's society. People want to have everything practically handed to them but don't want to have to work for it and earn it. Get off your lazy asses and do something productive! If you finish all your tasks at your job, I'd bet $100 that you could FIND SOMETHING to do to keep you occupied, even if it means you do something that's not part of your regular job (aka stocking supplies, cleaning something, organizing something, etc, etc, etc). I hate these people who have this sense of self-entitlement and think that they DESERVE to just sit around and make money while doing it. How about you actually WORK like other people have to and EARN your damn money instead of having it handed to you.
That's also part of the problem with welfare/unemployment. To damn many people who are allowed to sit on their ass at home and collect a check, and then have no desire to go out and try to get a job and work again. *sigh* Some humans are so lazy and are such a waste of space and air.
I'm stumped on this one too:
Actually I solved this. I see that it is the 3rd one.*While working the main security desk you are required to check visitor ID badges against a main roster listing the approved visitors. Today is June 3rd and all approved IDs begin with OdL6 and must include a full name. Which of the following individuals should not be allowed into the building?
Ho Collier, OdL6, for June 3
Karen Mills, OdL6, for June 3
Mile Wallace, OdI6, for June 3
Siu-Lan Chau, OdL6, for June 3
Last edited by freeti; 2013-01-10 at 06:31 PM.
Doing a honest days work and getting payed obsessively is a little harder it's called a union job
Doing backbreaking labor and getting shitty pay for it however is very hard and known as a private sector job with no union affiliations.
Last edited by skrump; 2013-01-10 at 07:35 PM.
In my case I want to purposely find a job where I have free time so that I can do what I am passionate about and make a living out of that.
I could build a blog/website etc during the shift so that people who views the site can benefit and I can earn some money from that.
Desktop administrator is where it's at. I sit around in my office for 9 hours a day playing minecraft. The only time I have to do work is when we get new software that needs to be installed on all the computers or if someone opens up a email that has a virus I have to fix the computer for them. Installing new software isn't too bad though, I just hook up multiple computers and run the installation wizard then go back to minecraft on my laptop until it gets done installing, then hook up more computers and repeat. The only other thing I've had to do was encrypt company data and since the folders were pretty large it took around 30-40 minutes for each one, so select the file, run the program, play minecraft, rename encrypted folder, go to the next one. I also get paid $18 an hour so it's not a bad little job.
How do you get the computer knowledge necessary to pass the interview? Are there lots of these jobs? How do you make yourself competitive from other applicants?