I have a project due this tuesday and i need the salary of a top executive and general management job.
I am working on my BS degree for business and general management. I know there are many jobs I could qualify for, but I was wondering to be a singer or actors manager, am I in the right field or would I have to be in the music field? And also sports managers? Football and basketball players? Would I qualify for that? Or is there a sports field you are supposed to take?
My husband is a construction manager with a commercial general contractor and seeks employment in the USA. This is his first time seeking online for construction management jobs or executive construction jobs. There are many job boards but which offer the best for construction employment opportunities?
My name is Daniel and I am a highschool student interested in business and sports. Because of this, I was wondering what kinda careers are in the field of "sports management". I'm not talking about stuff like becoming a GM (general manager) of the Yankees or anything, just what kind of management jobs are there for big sports franchises, how difficult they are to get into, and what education is needed. Also, if you have any good information about sports marketing jobs for big franchises as well, I would love to hear them.
I am migrating to Tasmania/Australia soon with my wife and kid.
Can you please tell me what is the job scene there? I am not eligible for social support. I have done MBA from India and have general management/banking experience 7+ years and my wife is also MBA & has HR experience?
Any immigrants post the "slowdown" who have recently immigrated to Australia/Tasmania would be very helpful!!!
I have an interview coming up for a support manager position at PetSmart. I'd like to get some idea about pay, benefits, and advancement opportunities. What is the management structure? Do they promote from within? Any information about the company in general, management or this position specifically is appreciated. Thanks!
I am currently a senior in college and I will graduate with Bachelors in Psychology and a minor in Criminal Justice. I want to go to graduate school and get an MBA. Here are the program options that my current university (Niagara University) offers (I am planning to go to this university for grad school):
-Human Resource Management
As everyone, I want a job that will make me the most money in the long run. What is the best path way to go?
Please don't tell me to apply to a better school because I love my school (Niagara University is an AMAZING school) and do not want to change, and because they offer an option to finish the program in 16 months and I want to finish as soon as possible!
MM, because you are being rude, you can forget about best answer for your other answer. I'll ask this question as many times as I want.
I am in a Technology Management B.A.S. program and I have to pick a sub-plan but don't know which to go for. I am interested in computers so I was thinking about doing the business information systems concentration. My question is what kind of job would I be able to land with that degree?
p.s. My other two choices are general management and information security assurance.
Okay, so here are the conditions: I am fifteen and about to get hired at Publix to be a bagger. The first thing I want to know is how good of a place is Publix for working in general (atmosphere, managers, fellow employees, etc.) Now I am also considering going for a management job later on when I am older. So my second question is this: is it actually as easy as they say it is to move up in the management section at Publix?
This is the path I am thinking of taking, would this work:
2. Bakery associate
3. Bakery Trainee
5. Bakery Department Assistant Manager
6. Bakery Department Manager
7. Assistant Store Manager
8. Store Manager
Of course I would only be working part time up until I was eighteen (so numbers 1-3 maybe 4.)
So to sum this up is publix really a good place to work in general and a good place to go for management or is everything they say just a bunch of bull?
Sorry, I forgot to add if it will help me out to start working at the age that I am now (so will I look better than other candidates for managers by starting at an early age.)
And I keep going on, but...
Do you think it would help me out to go to college and getting a degree in Business Management (bachelors degree)?
Thanks so much!
Also, if you currently work there or have worked there could you state that so I know, and if you don't work there I would still love to hear your opinion;)
I'm a general management student.
I have about five years in sales and managment experience in retail and I am currently in school going for an MBA in General Management. Does anyone know what the the average income of someone with with this type of experience and degree should make?
Cmon, is this a worthless answer contest??
Like in general
for lets say West49
which is like hottopic
how would you actually get a management job, if you have no experience. is there like a rule of thumb per how many years that you could possibly be considered for management? like assistance manager or whatever
no its not for me, i havent started working there yet
Say those three individuals have similar work experience. which one will you hire as a manager?
1) Major: General Management.
2) Major: operation Management.
3) Major: Psychology
Minor: General Business
honest answer, if you were a human resources, which one from all these three individuals will you hire for the job?
My husband is accepting a management job in his field. He has over 10 years experience supervising and training staff, but has never directly interviewed and hired staff. Does anyone know any good books on how to be a successful manager, what to ask potential new-hires in the interview, and any other good information on management?
I'm looking for work and would like to find some good job networking websites. Either websites which give good advice on job networking, or websites which actually help in job networking. Any suggestions?
Specifically geared for those interested in Human Resources, general business, management or project management.
Would I have a pretty good chance at a management job at an AAFES store, after serving 5 years in the Navy and working one year in retail immediately after? Management at my current job has nothing but good things to say about me....I applied for an AAFES management job in Iraq.
Do I have a decent shot at that job? Or are they looking for people with actual retail management experience?
When you hear some people talk about their jobs, of how their managers are micro-managing them, they tend to speak negatively about their employer. Why does mico-management lower job satisfaction and organizational commitment for employees? Can someone explain this to me?
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 am currently studying Accounting and Finance and have been asked to construct a presentation about General Management. I have a few questions which have to be included in the presentation and have answered a few already. There is five left:
1. What kinds of technology are available to a manager?
2. How is the technology used?
3. What impact does it have on a manager's job?
4. What are the positive effects?
5. What negative effects does it have?
Thank you for your help...this seems to have absolutely no practical relevance to my course!!
Mount Royal University or Lethbridge University?
And which major should I choose. Accounting, Human Resources, Marketing, General Management.
Dont say "choose what you love most". What I love most is relaxing. I need a good major, so that I can get a job easily with good paying money.