I put in for the Inventory Supervisor position and want to know what questions they will ask that way I am ready for the interview please be specific on the interview questions.. If you have the questions present that would be great otherwise find out the questions.. My interview is in a few days.. Please help Thanks
This job is at Wal-Mart and the position might be givin to someone that is not fit to the position please tell me fast Thanks
I have an Associates Degree in Business Management and I will finish my Bachelors in Business this coming May. I have had limited "real world" experience. I have been an assistant manager at a Pizza place, a Inventory Control Manager/Daily Supervisor/Merchandiser at a Chain Fabric Store (JoAnns), and Accounts Recieveable accountant, and currently I am a Freelance Childrens Clothing Designer (I do this out of my home). My skills include PC and Mac computers, Sewing, Pattern Drafting,Fabric knowledge, 10 Key, Opening/Closing of a retail business, ordering, inventory, supervising, scheduling, merchanding, directing, Daily/Weekly/Monthly accounting books...the list goes on. I guess my question comes down to, what should I do with my life......what does my education and skills together lead you to believe I should be?
I'm looking for find some other kind of job using the training and experience I already have gained as a salaried restaurant manager. Any advice from anyone, particularly those who may have already been in my shoes, would be great. Maybe something that's not 50+ hrs a week, with some weekends off? Any advice would be great, but please don't respond with something simple like "Eh, everyone doesn't like there job now and then" or something like that. I'm looking for real help, desperately. Thank you for your time if you answer!
I happen to know of a nurse that openly admits she gives the keys to the medication room to unlicensed staff so that they may get 'other' items stored in the med-room. I know this is against a few hundred corporate policies, but I need to see if there is a specific law stating that unlicensed staff cannot have unsupervised access to where narcotics are kept.
This is a problem that could potentially cost us our jobs on an upcoming inspection....
I am considering changing jobs and applying for a position as an administrative assistant in a dentist office. Can anyone help me?
Help...does anyone know the job description of an outlets supervisor within a fine dining restaurant?
I am 14 and live in ny I know I need working permit, but Is there an age limiting working at GameStop? I want to work there instead of a market so I could get discounts plus I know about video games.
I was fired from my job for alledgedly threating to kill my supervisor. I had been taking harressment (not sexual) from this guy for going on two years. I was once threatend with physical violents but the company didn't do anything about it. The day they fired me followed two events. On monday I turned in a doctors note stating I could only work 40 hours a week for the next three weeks(we had been averaging 24 hours ot a week), On tuesday I went to the plant manager and made a harressment camplaint. Wenesday was my last day. I won my case for my umemployment and have the judges decision in writing. Now a year later,(I took a very long vaction)I can't seen to get past the first interview once the topic comes to my last job. It doesn't matter that I was able to prove I got screwed. I see it in the interviewers body movements and facial expressions. Are there any employers around Salem, Ore. that will give a guy a chance? I'm in the warehouse and inventory control.
By the way, the company that fired me pulled up roots and left town about six months later. I've stopped telling possible employers the truth. Now I'm just like all the other people that lost thier jobs when the company pulled out.
Am a trainee at pipe manufacturing company..
what improvements do u suggest i can work on to make the company better...
management wise, quality wise, sales wise...
anything to improve..
NB: am done with my training session, and the manager asked me to suggest things to improve the company..
for example i am suggesting we install a solar heating system...
See I'm thinking about applying at american eagle, but i just want to know how can i prepare myself for working there (what are some of the things that i have to learn, do, etc.)
I've worked at
Khol's: Sales Associate and Cashier (back-up)
Debbie Staffing \ Sonoco : Warehouse Worker
(Not going too reveal my current job only what I do): Manufacturing Associate
And the interview went great yet they hired some clown(s)
Hi, I'm currently working at a small business warehouse dealing with electronic components. I'm basically the warehouse manager I do almost everything besides making the invoices. I count, update inventory, get items ready for shipment, make labels, pack them then ship them. I do all the paperwork and keep the warehouse running by myself with over a couple thousand line items. i'm basically quality control, inventory management, warehouse management, warehouse supervisor, shipping recieving all rolled into one. I think i'm highly underpaid. Tell you the truth I make ONLY around 10 an hour.
What do you think I should be paid?
I work in lake forest california. I get a raise every 6 months, but it's really nothing. I just think I do so much and i get paid very little.
Sorry, forgot to mention I have no benefits 401k anything or anything. I believe my boss can pay me a lot more. He takes in around 3-5 thousand a week depending on how much business we get.
If i'm sick or don't go into work the business basically shuts down. No one else at the business has the knowledge to do what i do. I come back and there are alike 20 invoices for me to complete
Does anyone know what all a stockman does at Wal-Mart during the day and evening? What do they do everyday?
I am 19 years of age and I have recently applied to work for a global logistics company, it has 7,000 employees and offices in all different parts of the world.
Would this be a sound career choice?
Has anyone had experiences in the logistics sector, and what were they like?
Many thanks in advance
I have a spreadsheet that is about 18000+ lines. I have sorted the spreadsheet so that it is by part number. Along with the part number I have the quantities all lined up. I need the difference of the quantities of each part to give me my accurate totals. I am trying to use the Subtotals command to do this process for me seeing as how I have many different parts. The only problem is that under the Subtotals command, it only gives you the ability to use certain formulas and, guess what, subtraction is not one of them. I am not going to crunch these numbers individually (this is why we have computers now) because it would take me probably close to a month to do so without losing my mind. I can't sit here and put individual formulas in 8000+ cells. Please, if anyone can help me here it would make my life a heck of a lot easier. I was recently promoted to the inventory control supervisor position at my job and I am trying to fix almost a decade of mistakes. Not doing inventory in almost ten years is the first one that I need to rectify. Thanks a million.
I am using excel 2003.
The quantities are also stacked on top of eachother not horizontally so the formula would be different. It could start as C3 - C4 and then jump down the list to one of the lower items and be C18000 - C18001.
Here is an example:
346ATF DODGE 1QT1
346ATF DODGE 1QT-3
The first line is the amount and the second line is the amount used. I need to subtract the -3 from the 1.
If someone would be willing to show an email, I could email a portion of it, or all of it to the interested party willing to help. Thanks
What I need to know is do I have control of other dept's and supervisors? like what needs to be done in the back room and making sure they bin there overstock. what they have on the sales floor. I was told I was the supervisor over the other dept supervisors!? is that correct?