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Is there a way to discover the duration that a job application is on file at restaurant other than by calling?

Is there a way to discover the duration that a job application is on file at restaurant other than by calling? Topic: Jobs applications forms
July 21, 2019 / By Betsy
Question: I do happen to know that there is a Wisconsin state law that gives a range for how long a job application is on file and that is three to six months. What I am seeking is any method to know specifically the length of time that a restaurant or type of restaurant would hold on to my application form, such as a family restaurant (other than by calling individual managers.) This is meant to save time. It so happens that I am considering that there could be a rule for the amount of months that an job form is kept on file.
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Agnus Agnus | 6 days ago
Having had a business I used to ring more recent applications if a vacancy occured. This is because the longer someone has been on file the more likely it is that they have already found a job elsewhere. For this reason it is a good idea to phone to check on job availability then the company knows that you are still interested.
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Agnus Originally Answered: Do employers like applicants calling them after application is filled out?
A few interviews sounds amazing to me! It means that your documents are selling you right. It means that employers are serious about you. Perhaps you can sharpen your interview skills if you see any possible improvement. Also be sure to send a Thank You card/letter/email after each interview. I could see a job on the horizon for you very soon! I would agree that calling an employer would be annoying. The human connection is made when you drop off the application and request to speak to the manager to do so. I would suggest that you do that for future jobs if you haven't been doing that already. Best of luck.
Agnus Originally Answered: Do employers like applicants calling them after application is filled out?
I generally don't like when an applicant calls me. However, sometimes I get an email from someone, and that doesn't bother me. What I suggest you do is start networking with your friends, because a lot of the time it's not what you know, but who you know. And, when you do have an interview make sure you dress like you want the job, look your interviewer in the eye, and if you don't know something don't try to fake it. You need to set yourself apart from all of the other candidates. It's also classy to send a thank you note to the person who interviewed you saying you liked meeting them and appreciated the opportunity to interview.

Timo Timo
Either call or walk in and ask the manager. Even in the few states that require the application to be kept active for some period there is no way to actually make them look at and consider old resumes.
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Timo Originally Answered: UPDATE A. How to file an appeal? Judge ordered me to pay child support based on a 2 year old loan application?
At the child support hearing, both sides should present evidence of what income each party earns. Your ex produced evidence of what you earned, based on what you supposedly said on a loan application. The judge believed that evidence and not yours. Judges do that. That's their job, to decide who is lying and who is telling the truth. Generally, you cannot appeal a judge's ruling on the facts. He found that the facts were that you made the amount stated on the loan application. Appeals are for mistakes of law. If the judge misapplied the law or didn't know the law, you appeal. Your objection to the loan application was that it was not authentic. But if the judge reviewed it and determined that it was your signature on the document and you did not produce any other witnesses or documents to prove that the loan application was not the one you signed, you are done. The judge can find against you. You can try to reduce support in the future if you have "changed circumstances"--when you can prove your current income is far less. But you are obviously way over your head here. Get a lawyer. EDIT - you've posted this 15 times? What's up with that? Seriously bad etiquette here. If you post and don't like the answers or the number of responses, it just may be that you need a real lawyer, not the internet. When you post numerous times, you tick people off and they don't want to help you. It can also be considered a violation of the rules here. So quit posting and start calling lawyers.
Timo Originally Answered: UPDATE A. How to file an appeal? Judge ordered me to pay child support based on a 2 year old loan application?
The judge was trying to do some murder she wrote type forensic type decision. His failure to consider the timeliness of your loan application is improper. His failure to properly verify your income would even apply if the loan application were a month old. Things can occur at any point to change your income. Even if the judge has a reasonable expectation that your income would eventually rebound to allow you to pay the judgment the burden to re administer a decision is on your wife's side. You can at any point challenge a judgment based on a change in your income. Even the judgment that just occurred. If you can't afford a lawyer speak with a legal aid provider to see if they can get you someone to appeal.

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