At any restaurant, cooks are the backbone of the business. They’re in charge of many things: preparing quality food, maintaining the kitchen's pace, managing a team of diverse roles -- all things that ultimately have an effect on the rest of the staff including servers, bartenders and hosts.
This month we gathered articles on how you can elevate your career, explain your non-traditional career path, and take advantage of the gig economy as a retiree. Start working your way through our July reading list for more insight on these topics.
In Part 1 and Part 2 of this series we talked about how warehouse work is currently in high demand, and often has a higher hourly wage thanks to that demand. Additionally, we discussed some of the trends happening in warehouses today across the country. In this final part of the series, we’ll look at warehouse job opportunities with Shiftgig, what you can expect from these roles, and some of the qualifications needed. You might be surprised to find you’re already qualified for one or more of these roles.
Everyone loves when their package finally arrives from their favorite online retailer, but do you ever wonder who fills that box? For most companies, there’s an army of workers who are involved in fulfilling your order, from one end of the warehouse to the other.
If you asked anyone ten years ago what an Uber was, they would probably look at you confused and think you were trying to speak German (uber literally translates to “about” in the language). Today, Uber, Lyft and other ridesharing companies have not only become a proper noun, but also a staple in how people get around and a notably flexible option for work.