I've been working at my job about 7 months, and I just noticed i haven't been getting paid a single saturday. Yes, it's my fault for not paying attention, but i over skipped the days/mis calculated and just noticed it. What do i do? I plan on talking to my payroll manager, but will i get the money i earned? If not, is there a way to get it?
Small business. 5 or 6 employees. I still want to be as successful as I can be at my first official position as a manager. Any advice from previous managers out there?
What kind of jobs are in a corporate setting? I really want to work in a large office, for a pretty big company.
What kind of jobs are there, in order of highest pay to lowest.
And what kind of degrees do these jobs require?
My friend who's a store manager at this retail store found a gift card on the floor and used it under his employee number. Yeah, I know what some of you are thinking, but the past is done, and nothing can be done about it He is already suspended for a week . But I am curious what would be the next protocol? Would this lead to termination after the week has past?
I will be graduating from college in May with a bachelors in accounting. I have began applying for jobs but I do not know what job titles to search for jobs other than accounting ones. I am not restricting my job search only to accounting jobs but what should I search for other business jobs?
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?
We're talking about sales of the performers CD's since the performer does very few live performances. What percentage would the manager get of the CD sales? And what persentage would he/she get of the live performances?
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.
I graduate in 2 weeks & need a job until I begin my absn & I have no idea where to look. I'm really struggling & it's stressing me out :(
I am currently working for a company that is having a hard time paying me. I don't know how I will pay my bills and I have excellent credit. The owners of my company have terrible credit and I guess they want to bring me down with them.
I know I need to find a new job but that will take time. What should I do in the meantime? Could I go down to the Unemployment office to collect? What happens if they will be able to pay me in 2 weeks?
Also, I how would I address what happened with a potential employer during an interview? I have heard that it is not a good idea to tell the future employer that the reason why you are leaving is because you are not being paid. Any suggestions would be much appreciated.
I know that you can get almost any job with a Mathematics degree, and I also that Mathematics graduates have the LOWEST levels of UNEMPLOYMENT, but which jobs can they get exactly?
Specific details please?
I know that you can be a maths teacher/lecturer, and that's obvious, but I really don't want to go into teaching.
I also know that you can have a job in Finance and Accounting, but they are also obvious.
Im about to get a job at mcdonalds and was wondering if you get paid for your training hours and if not how much do you usualy have to work till you get paid. This is my first job and im just not sure how it works and really need money fast! So please help (:
My sister want to know 15 jobs that start with letter I. Because it is her homework.
I'm currently in my sophmore year finishing up my associates in business administration, and I was wondering what kind of jobs would I be able to get? I have been doing alot of job searches on the web, to get ideas on job requirements and salaries. I have found several (administrative, insurance, management, entry level accounting/book-keeping, and a few others). I was just wondering if anyone had any more details or specific jobs that would hire.
I am probably going to further my education afterwards (i haven't decided on a particular concentration yet, but im leaning towards accounting or management).
If anyone could give me some ideas it would be great! !
Why is it that a lot of companies want those with experience when a 14 year old could probably do the job as long as the directions are clear. I'm in college, yet i can't find a job its kind of pointless to ask for exp when all companies have to do is train the individual which, in my case will probably take an hour or two. A relative of mine is a Payroll Manager and he said his job is very easy, even i could do it. How can anyone (someone who never had a job) get a job if all jobs ask for experience???
I will be dealing with the advertising, payroll and all other office duties for a painting company. I don't know what my job title will be. I don't want to use office manager.
Is it a 2 year college degree?
If not, what is a good paying 2 year college degree in business similar to sales manager?
Im the office manager. I do payroll and manage the company bank account, credit cards and financials. No one else is trained for this position so I'm wondering how much notice I should give before quiting (I'm moving to another state). The one problem I have is that the last two people who gave notice in advance, for example a 2 weeks notice, they got treated like shit the last two weeks they were there.
I am the payroll manager at my job. There's a girl where I work that makes roughly $24,000/year. She is single, has a child, but claims 9 throughout the year, so she doesn't pay hardly anything in Federal Income and she told me she's getting back $6,000 this year. How is this even possible?
I've paid close to $4,000 in Federal Taxes this year and only got back $700.