How to get your job in 2017

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Check your job status at jobs.gov 2.

Check to see if you are eligible for seasonal employment in your state.

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Get an application form and submit it to the hiring agency.

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Send your application to the agency to complete the application.

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If you are selected for seasonal work, you’ll receive an email confirming your hiring.

The agency will process your application.

You’ll then have the opportunity to apply for a job.

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If not, apply for another position.

7.

Apply for another job.

8.

If approved for seasonal jobs, your job will be posted by the end of April.

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If the job is not posted by April, your application will be reviewed by the hiring office.

The hiring manager will make a final decision.

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Your application will then be reviewed and if approved, you will receive an online notification.

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Once your application is approved, the hiring manager can review your application and make a decision.

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Once you are hired, your employer will notify you if they are going to give you overtime pay.

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For those who do not receive overtime pay, they will be able to ask for a credit in their paycheck.

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If your employer chooses not to pay you overtime, you may have the option to ask your supervisor to pay for overtime for you.

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If this option is available to you, you must be paid at least your regular wage for the first 90 days of your new employment.

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The pay period begins on the first Monday of the month and ends on the last Sunday of the week.

If that deadline falls on a weekend, you would have to work on your own, not at your employer’s facility.

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You are entitled to a one-time overtime payment of $60 per hour.

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Your employer will also provide you with two weeks’ written notice of termination if you have less than 30 hours of overtime work per week.

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If they do not pay overtime to you during the week, they must give you a one day notice of the pay period end date.

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If, on the day your notice is given, you have not been paid overtime, your overtime payment will be automatically deducted from your paycheck.

21.

If a week’s pay period ends and you have 30 hours or less of overtime worked, you can request a one hour overtime payment and deduct $60 from your pay.

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If after 30 hours, you do not have $60 deducted from pay, you should send your employer a written request to request an overtime payment.

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You can request overtime in the following situations: 24.

You have a job that is seasonal or requires a flexible schedule.

25.

You’ve been offered a position at a different location and have requested overtime.

26.

You requested a position in a different geographic location, but the employer did not provide you the opportunity for a temporary job.

27.

You did not request a job at all.

28.

You do not currently have a full-time job and are willing to accept an offer.

29.

You worked more than 30 continuous hours per week during a calendar year, but were unable to work at all for at least the last 90 days due to an injury or illness.

30.

You work in a facility, and have received a letter stating that you have a disability, and you can work only at that facility.

31.

You were injured or sick, but did not receive an opportunity for regular work.

32.

You had an injury in the past that required surgery, which has now been resolved.

33.

You received a medical deferment and a job offer in the last 30 days of the year.

34.

You got a job through the National Guard or Reserves.

35.

You completed the military service of a spouse, child, parent, or grandparent.

36.

You’re a member of a military family who is serving abroad.

37.

You serve as a volunteer with a veterans organization.

38.

You recently served in a disaster.

39.

You served as a member in the military, the Coast Guard, the Navy, or the Coast and Geodetic Survey.

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You also have a documented disability from any cause, such as a cancer or stroke.

41.

You attended a military school.

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You went on active duty during the previous three months.

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You live in a city or town where the work is seasonal.

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You want to have a dependable income.

45.

You need to work outside of the home or in a remote location.

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You currently have at least 30 hours per month of paid work in the previous 30 days.

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You will need to make at least $30 per week of income.

48.

You plan to move away from your job.

49.

You applied for and were accepted into a position.

50.

You signed a contract of employment.

51.

You previously received a job application.

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You participated