Welcome to Anita Clew’s advice blog, where job seekers, employees, and managers post work-related questions…. and Anita responds with matter-of-fact answers.

Here, you will find a wealth of information from an expert in employment services and employee relations.  Anita is known for her witty sense of humor and no-nonsense approach as she addresses serious issues that relate to the working world.

Like a good friend and a shoulder you can lean on, Anita shows support, yet is sure to guide you in the right direction with professional advice (minus the sweet talk).  She encourages you to share what’s on your mind about work and ask questions (either openly or anonymously). From résumé tips to situations on the job, Anita will offer her opinion and advice.  All you have to do is post your questions, and she’ll take care of the rest.

You’re also encouraged to read other posts… you may learn a thing or two.  Post any additional comments if you’d like!  We look forward to hearing from you.

39 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Steven Buzurro
    Feb 05, 2016 @ 19:20:57

    Hi Anita this is Steven Buzurro. How are you?
    All that I want is for you and Remedy Staffing in York PA, to help me out.
    In finding a permanent, fulltime 2nd shift warehouse, data entry, and material handler job position.
    So could you please email me when you get a chance to and let me know?
    Thanks, & I hope to hear from you soon.


    • anitaclew
      Feb 08, 2016 @ 09:31:58

      Steven, Miss Anita doesn’t get involved in hiring at the local level. Contact the Personnel Supervisor at your local branch to follow up after you’ve filled out an application online.


  2. Gabriel A Ortiz
    Jan 17, 2016 @ 12:31:21

    Dear Mx. Anita I am a employee from select staffing I just want to know my total neT income in pay stubs and cHeck out my info ect. if you Could show me a EASIER WAY I really appreciate the url to skim E;,)8


  3. Sheryl Hassell
    Dec 20, 2015 @ 12:00:55

    Would like to get benefits thru select staffing – it will not allow me to log in, please help & thank you.


  4. ericbombeo
    Aug 17, 2015 @ 00:41:17

    I Need Some Work, For The position of warehouse/Logistic/operation


  5. Mike Maheu
    Oct 20, 2014 @ 07:47:51

    For the last 15+yrs I’ve worked in bartending and construction even became a certified H V A C technician in 2011. In Jan 2013 I was diagnosed with osteoarthritis in both knee and hips. I’ve had one hip replaced so far but, because of this I’m no longer able to work in these fields and must find a desk job of sort. Also, being out of work for so long my student loans are in default so there isn’t any funding to go back to school on. I need options that might steer me into the right direction. Got any advice?


    • anitaclew
      Oct 20, 2014 @ 12:43:42

      While your days as a laborer and installer may be over, take advantage of your construction experience and seek employment in construction offices. Look for coordinator, office manager, scheduler, estimator, contract administrator, purchasing/procurement positions and the like. Some project managers may need to go onsite, but check out the requirements for that job title as well. And if you have mad bartending skills, you may be able to obtain employment at a bartending school and pass on your knowledge.


  6. AndSpeakingOfMoney
    May 17, 2014 @ 05:03:02

    HI Anita,
    Here are some words for recent college grads and their parents I would like to share with you and your readers:
    Finding Your first job is your first job : http://wp.me/p4hAdz-ft .


  7. paper7
    Mar 03, 2014 @ 12:24:43

    I am looking for an entry level paralegal position/legal assistant. Any help would greatly be appreciated.


  8. Emi Morales Diaz
    Nov 14, 2013 @ 11:14:11

    I am looking for a job, where I need to write my resume?


  9. SFCWhitingsGurl
    Nov 01, 2012 @ 12:18:23

    Thank you, Anita for your kind words and assistance.


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