I would like to know how much a sales rep can make at a hotel. I just graduated from college and I am looking for an account manager job. I was told hotels have sales people that sell convention and groups. I would like to earn from 40 to 45 thousand starting.
What are all the jobs/careers I can have with a communiications degree? I know its very diverse but I need a list of everything I can do if Im walking fresh out of college with a Communications degree.
I decided myself i want to move to USA to get a Manager and become famous and get
acting rolls. How much does a Manager cost, that will help me get rolls ?
I am 14 years old, but i will maybe move when i am like 19 or 20 years old.
But you never know.
Also, does anyone know how much money these managers make?
I want to get a job in hotel management but I'm not sure what types of managers there are in a hotel, other then a front desk manager.
I write a blog about employment in the healthcare industry. I want to write something about making connnections with potential employers. For instance, how would I get the name of a hiring manager if I didn't know anyone at the company? Or, how would I network and find a connection in a potential employer. Any other tips are appreciated. Thanks everyone!
I'm graduating this year and I'd really like to go to university for hospitality. The main job everyone says is hotel management, I'm curious as to what other jobs are available in this career path.
I am a Freshman in college and I am not good enough to play college ball but I am smart enough to coach college ball. I have been about coaching lately and want to change my major. What major would best suit my goals? I obviously don't think that I would just be able to start as a head coach right away, so are there any other jobs that I could do to work my way up the ladder?
The woman has been her close aide for 15 years, so she should have known whether she was competent enough for the job before now. Does she really think that her little mess is this woman's fault?
How time operates and the use of time.
The roles people have and how they relate to them.
The audience’s role in the event.
The purpose of each event.
The outcome of each event.
The way the event is evaluated -- how it is determined as to whether or not the event was a success.
The conventions (lore, language, habits, etc.) at work in each event.
And anything else that strikes you as pertinent.
Managing around 4-7 employees
I am applying for this position and they are asking for salary requirements. There is no commission involved and I would be managing around 4-7 people.
I am look for a job in a large resort hotel , that job is Administrative Assistant Exhibition of Convention & Exhibition department . What does this position responsibility to do in company ? Does this position have any power in company ? If I work for this job for several years , could be manager or other higher position ? Can you offer some English vocabularies for Exhibition & Expo to me ? Thx !
I applied to a hotel a while back and they recently contacted me. I had my interview and I think it went really well. But for the most part the hotel seemed quiet. Not a lot of activity. What would I be doing most of the time? Is this a fun job?
I am a total newbie when it comes to this. I enjoy fashion and have a understanding of business,but i am actually clueless how brands such as
Calvin Klein,Ed Hardy, Tommy Hilfiger became such a huge success in the fashion world.
1.)How would a person sell to a retail chain, (Where would they start,and who would they talk with, (Managers,District Managers,Etc?)
I have completed my diploma in Electronics. I have a 3 years of experience in Technical support ( call center). I am planning to study asp . NET. will i get a job in software industry ? Please advice
I've been TIPS certified for over a year and i graduated at the top of my class from bartending school, but it seems that every job calls for at least 2 years of experiance, i thought that maybe if i get into waitressing first, it might be easier to get into bartending, but the same thing seems to be the case! Is there something i'm missing about getting these jobs? if you are a bartender how did you get your first job? any tips help, thank you!
I plan on having advanced proficiency in English, French, and Spanish. Can I work for the United Nations or what?what other options do I have?
There is a large, annual convention coming up in a few months. It is for people and companies in my industry, so I could make contacts.
I mentioned planning the trip at the office (because I will need to spend a few vacation days) and the managers said they do not want me going there, but have offered no consequence.
I think they do not want me going there because they are attending and don't want me to meet people, because they are afraid of me leaving the company (in one year they fired more than 33?f employees and nobody got raises).
I offered to attend the trip with them at company expense and they refused, so I figure if I have to pay to go myself, then I should go representing myself. It is all fair game and this convention is too big of an opportunity to pass up on account of one job.
Bear in mind me taking off 3 days was fine until they found out the reason. Pays to be honest :-\
What do you think the implications can be if I...
a.) go anyway if told not to
b.) go representing my own interests
I would like to compare the cost of the convention to the price my daughters manager gave me.
I think the whole thing is crazy myself. I really don't like the politics of the Democrats, but that doesn't mean I want anyone to die. Sick people!