With September drawing to a close, many retailers have begun the process of hiring for the holiday season. This means that major retailers will be hiring thousands of temporary employees to handle the influx of merchandise and shoppers. More than just Black Friday, retailers depend on the holiday season to shore up their balance books. With that, they need additional employees to achieve their goals.
If you are new to a job, it is natural that you want to do your best. Not only to impress your boss, but to establish yourself as the go to person at your organization or office. Sometimes employers will take advantage of this tenacity and determination and ask an unwitting employee to work overtime or work “off the clock.”
For those who have dealt with alcoholism before, you already know that it can be a frustrating disease to deal with. After all, most people believe that an alcohol problem is simply a choice, and not something that needs treatment like other diseases that affect one's decision making. For employees dealing with alcoholism, it is critical to know the boundaries of an employer's actions, whether you are applying for a job, have received an offer or you have worked for a particular employer for a number of years.