I know times are hard with business and companies need to expand their products or even locations. This is not the case. I work for a company that is suppose to sell, industrial supplies for manufacturing companies. I am the office manager and my job is suppose to be, take customer orders, invoices, shipping, receiving, payroll answer phones accounts payable and receivable, create, design and manage website and other misc things.
I have worked here for 8 years. Now within the last 2 years, My boss started a dance studio, that I create marketing material for, run the website answer the phones it has now expanded into Zumba lessons and tumbling which I manage also.
In the last 4 months he started renting out space in the warehouse to solar companies and Satellite tv companies. That's fine, but now I load and unload their trucks, move things around in the warehouse on top of all my other work.
Newest job I have now is washing dishes for the catering company he is doing. I am washing plates, cups glasses to get these price tags off. Now he wants me to decorate the room and sew curtains.
I have told him I have too much too do, and I can't do this anymore. He laughs and blows it off. Enough is enough, I don't want to loose my job but I don't want to do this anymore. Please some advice.
When searching for a new job, how do you accurately list your position when your employer has given you the wrong title? For example: If your employer has given you the title of Accounts Payable Clerk, and you do the job of a CFO. What do you put on your resume?
Recruiters and hiring managers look directly at your past position titles to determine if you are qualified for a job, without regard to seeing your description.
For resume sake (not interviewing, because I know you can explain that situation in the interview) whats the best way to handle it?
I am applying for a job as an accounts payable person. I am vaguely aware of the process. Need more info
I graduated 2006 with a Bachelor in Economics. I had two jobs; the first one is Accounts Payable and the current one is Accounts Receivable. I was wondering what other occupation(s) I can obtain besides these two (the pay is rather low). Or should I try to obtain a Master's Degree? Thanks in advance and much appreciation.
I am Accounts Receivable/Payable Clerk and I'm also customer service manager. What should I put to make my job title short on my business card so that it's not too long?
I just started my own electrical contractor business (no employees, only myself) and I did a couple of service calls for a company, and afterwards sent them an invoice for $640.00
It's been almost three months, and I still have not been paid.
I have contacted their maintenance manager ( the one who called me asking for assistance) and their accounts payable.
They don't even return my calls, and I am tired of calling.
What's the best way of sending this unpaid debt to collection?
Who has to pay for the collection expenses?
Im their Systems Financial Manager and handle all their Accounts Payable's and a list of other stuff. They are having me report to a new AR manager who has only been here 6 weeks and doesnt know much about her job ? My old boss who I did report 2 was the VP of Financial Services. I know more about the job then this new employee b/c I've been here for 2 years why would they do that??
1 year almost taken my ojt now will be finish and my mngr was absorb me. she decided that im going to handle accounts payable. she say that a/p is very important of her. pls help me guys.
I work at a small, family-owned retail store. We don't have sick or personal days and only get one week of vacation per year (after 5 years, you get two weeks). I have been here almost 5 years full-time and 7 years in total. I work 5 days per week, 8-6 (8-8 on Friday) and pretty much help run the business in my position as office manager. I do payroll, accounts payable, financing, benefits, and a billion other things. I would like to be on salary. I just don't know how to approach it or what good reasons I could give for him to put me on salary. I would probably ask for an even number somewhere about $1000 more than I'm currently averaging. Any ideas??
Im just looking at staff within vet surgery's, what does the vet practice manager do exactly?
They don't have much to do with animals do they, is it more financial organization?
Put a list if you can, thanks.
I have been an office manager for a few years but it's at a lower-tech business: martial arts schools. So I only have to know Microsoft Office Suite. I'm thinking about applying to be an office manager outside this field in a regular business. What computer programs and skills do I need to have under my belt?
I want a career change but not sure what I am quailfied to do. To list some of my past and present job descriptions. Accounts payable/receivable, cash management,processing timesheets,customer service, problem solving, decision maker,communication skills, training and coaching, inventory control just to name a few. I have had job titles as Sales Rep., Office Manager, Secretary.
It's been about 10 years since I work because I suffer from terrible anxiety and panic attacks. I'm 30 years old and want to make money. I have access to the internet and was looking for a safe, scam free online job. I want it to pay well and I have pretty much all day to work. I was in college for about 1 1/2 years but was unable to finish due to the fact of my disorder.
I'm taking a online course through a college near my house. I'd like to know were the starting point of the accounting business is? How much do they generally get paid a year? I'm interested in working for a company rather then myself.
I want to get a job in business such as a sales manager or an accountant.
What work experience would be good for me to do, such as doing it in an office
I know it's best to get a Masters in HR management or Business Administration. I want to know what entry level experience do I need? I want to specialize in benefits/compensation in the HR Office. Payroll? Bookkeeping? Idk what entry level job
would give me the experience I need in HR.
I've completed my Associate of Art's degree, and plan on continuing on with my bachelors degree ...but what sort of jobs can I get with just the AA as of now?
My GCSE results are likely to be s***, i'm expecting 4As, 5Bs and 1C. So as a back up alternative, what jobs could I get with Emirates airline for example; other than being a pilot
I am an 18 year old psychology student. However, I am not sure if I want to have a career in psychology anymore. However, I am quite interested in accountancy and was wondering when I graduate if it would be possible to apply for an office junior job and work my way up from there. I will be 21 going on 22 when I graduate.
I don't want to drop out of uni right now as I am enjoying the interesting topic, and thought maybe going in to an office job after would be good. and hopefully the number of jobs will have increased by then.
I have a second interview coming up for an accounting clerk position. This time it is with their credit manager for which my position which mostly work with payables. They said maybe just around 15-20 minutes long.
Any advice and tips for my interview. What question would they ask? If they ask questions about payables, what type of questions will it be? Will there likely be any skills tests? What question should I ask them at the end?