It's a teeth optional situation (wookiewife) wrote in thequestionclub,
It's a teeth optional situation

She works hard for her money

Numero Uno: Anyone know if the folks that work at Jamba Juice are allowed to wear jeans? I cannot remember for the life of me.

Numero Dos: When they say "team lead" do you think that is pretty much the same as a "shift supervisor"?

Numero Dos-B: Say for a sec you're me. You're 26, you already work a full time desk job that pays the bills. You're going to interview at your most favoritest smoothie place tomorrow (new location! 5 minutes from work! yay!) for a part time job to build the savings back up and fund a trip to Budapest. You've worked retail/customer service for -gulp- 10 years now and you've been in a supervising position for over half of that time. Do you apply for "team member" or "team lead"?

Numero Tres: One last one. I worked for Company A starting in 2001. Company A operated and maintained a retail website. Company A decided that they no longer wanted to deal with the website and sold it to Boss. Boss formed company B and hired me (and another employee from Company A) to come work for him and run the site. I have been with Company B since 2002.
Question is this: Do I list my current employment as being with the website (2001-current) or Company B (2002-current)?

(Can you tell it's been a while since I've had to do this application/interview thing? I never even interviewed at Company A.)
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