While running an online employment blog is very gratifying to me, I realize that sometimes the most important information for job seekers everywhere is often overlooked. Additionally what might appear to be obvious to some, is not so obvious to others, and my our goal here is to help everybody. So having stated that, I have determined that I will turn the most asked questions on my blog into simple post to better help the reading community of my blog, which by the way has now reached some 10,000 readers in a very short time so I guess I must doing something right in helping readers get hired.
How Can I Update My Online Job Application
This is hands down the most recently asked question on my comments section of the blog and people also email me directly from the information that they get on the about or contact pages of my blog. OK here is the skinny on updating job application files for many of the companies that have their own hiring centers. Here is a short list of those companies for those whom have already begun the process, or those that are seriously thinking about trying to get hired with some of the listed retail stores that hire part-time jobs. Here is the list:
The Walmart hiring center
- The Winn Dixie hiring center
- The Publix hiring center
- The Lowe’s home improvement hiring center
- The Home Depot hiring center
- The U.S. Postal hiring center
This is basically the information as it has been provided to me by these companies or at the very least most of the companies. In order to bring to you the most accurate information, I solicit these retail and grocery stores and ask them the questions that you need the answers to and here are the general replies for this question asked today. Many of the listed companies have a turn around time of about 3 months. In these three months the following will happen, the applicant will get hired, or the application will be removed if the applicant does not update the application. Many times the updating will not consist of new information, but merely an updating of the application so that the employer knows that the applicant is still interested in the employment.
So the main thing to get from this post is that the application process should be revisited within the month to 6 week time frame to assure yourself that the application for employment will not be removed from their respective data bases, in which case you would have to start the online job application process all over again. Try to avoid this at all cost, until you no longer have any wish to seek employment with the desired company. I hope this helps. Feel free to email me any other questions and please take note of the time frame that the above mentioned companies use for the job application process and good luck to all!