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Sherlock77

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I've been working at a new contract job, a warehouse where I've been both packing orders and working on the belt in the shipping area...

I have only been there for about three weeks, but have been observing the processes over that time as I do my work... Except the computer stuff which I haven't been taught yet...

Yesterday the main lead hand for that area wasn't there, so I took everything I had learned and applied it, helping out beyond just the order packing

I am there with two other people on the same contract who started at the same time and I get the sense (I'm not the boss yet) that I know more about some of those processes than they do, because I have been a little curious and observed well, with some direction of course... Yesterday they did pretty much the same thing, I know that I upped my game a little, and I'm pretty sure the main supervisors noticed...
 
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Neonatal RRT

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It's that type of behavior that will usually get you ahead. You don't have to be some sort of "superstar",...all you have to do sometimes is take a little extra interest and take the initiative to help out when others won't. A little bit goes a long way sometimes.
 

Sherlock77

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It's that type of behavior that will usually get you ahead. You don't have to be some sort of "superstar",...all you have to do sometimes is take a little extra interest and take the initiative to help out when others won't. A little bit goes a long way sometimes.
Yup!

Sorry if I'm distracted now... Busy sorting through all my Remembrance Day photos now that I got home...
 

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