Taco Bell is coming to Hull. The American fast food chain is currently advertising for jobs at a new restaurant in Hull, meaning it will be the first Taco Bell in East Yorkshire. Taco Bell serves Mexican-inspired food including burritos, tacos, nachos, fully loaded fries, quesadillas, Mexican rice and more, and it will be opening near St Andrew's Quay. The chain is currently advertising for a restaurant manager and assistant manager at the new restaurant planned for Brighton Street, near KFC and the Red Sails pub. It is not known when the restaurant will open, but salaries for the roles advertised range from £22,500 to £28,500 per year. WATCH: The 'coffee cup trick' used in job interviews The job advert on Indeed says: “Fantastic opportunity now available for determined / dynamic and hardworking individuals to help lead our brand in our brand new Hull restaurant in Brighton St HU3 4HA. “Famous for our great values and culture we are now looking for managerial … [Read more...] about Taco Bell is opening in Hull and there are jobs available
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Advice from people who job-shared for 23 years across seven jobs, a promotion and even a royal honour. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on WhatsApp Share on LinkedIn Share on Google+ Share by Email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Reddit Share on LinkedIn Share on Google+ Share by Email 11 July 2019 This story is from an episode of Woman’s Hour presented by Jenni Murray and produced by Helen Fitzhenry. To listen to more episodes of Woman’s Hour from BBC Radio 4, please click here. Adapted by Sarah Keating. There is no doubt that we are hurtling into a new world of work. Whether it’s working remotely, part-time, or with flexible hours, the ubiquitous 9 to 5 office job is being overshadowed. Job sharing is one working arrangement that could be part of this paradigm shift. In fact Forbes recently called it “the latest … [Read more...] about Would you share your job with someone?
PUBLISHED: 11:00 25 June 2019 Lynne Mortimer Mary Poppins in Disneyland - she responded to the job description written by children Jane and Michael Banks and turned out to be practically perfect in every way. Picture: Getty Images. smckenzie As Conservative Party members decide who will be the next Prime Minister, we look at the perils of the job interview. Desirable address goes with the post of Prime Minister. Picture: Getty ImagesThere are job adverts... and then there are job adverts.In the light of a notable vacancy that has recently come up, I am reminded of the film musical of Mary Poppins. Not, I hasten to add, because there is any similarity between the two remaining candidates for the Conservative Party leadership (also Prime Minister) and Mary Poppins but because the needs of those who will make the decision on who gets the job may not be the same as those who are affected by the incumbent.In the case of Jane and Michael Banks, their … [Read more...] about Who is the right person for the job
There are many tricks of the trade that bosses employ to decide whether to offer you a job or not. Psychometric tests, role play scenarios and work trial periods are some but there is one that you may not have heard of. One employer has devised a cunning plan to assess if an interviewee is worth offering a job to. Whenever this company boss Trent Innes greets a prospective employee he makes sure they walk past the kitchen so they can get a hot drink. Mr Innes thinks he has the perfect trap - the 'coffee cup trick'. ManchesterEveningNews reports that Metro tells how the boss of software firm Zero Australia uses the trick in every single interview. Whenever someone comes in for an interview, Trent will take them on a walk deliberately past the kitchen and make sure they come away with a hot drink. After the interview is all done, Trent watches to see if the person offers or attempts to take the empty coffee/tea cup back to the kitchen. It's an easy way to find out how … [Read more...] about How ‘coffee cup trick’ is used as a test in job interviews
Last Updated May 31, 2019 9:19 AM EDT In an exclusive interview with "CBS This Morning," Attorney General William Barr said he believes special counsel Robert Mueller could have reached a decision on whether President Trump committed obstruction of justice, regardless of long-standing Justice Department policy that prohibits the indictment of a sitting president. During a nearly hour-long interview in Anchorage, Alaska, CBS News chief legal correspondent Jan Crawford pressed the attorney general on a number of issues from obstruction to his new review of the Russia investigation.Below is the full transcript of the interview:JAN CRAWFORD: Mr. Attorney General, thank you very much for sitting down with us. So, obviously we saw the special counsel yesterday make that statement, he analyzed 11 instances where there were possible obstruction and then said that he really couldn't make a decision- conclusion on whether or not the president had in fact committed obstruction because of … [Read more...] about William Barr interview: Read the full transcript