One of my key senior executives wishes to switch from a full time to a part time job ( two day a week ) as he intend to devote his life working as a non paid volunteer for a charitable organization and also taking care of his young children ( his wife has recently left him ). How can I keep him to work for my company
I'm an Office Manager and Senior Executive Assistant with a current security clearance (secret) and military background. I want to search for a job, but in no particular city. How do I do that? Normally when job searching, you search for a job in a particular city. I just want to put my resume out there and see what feedback I get. Any suggestions? Thanks.
I have already got a job in Malaysia in a US non-bank financial organization, a senior executive position. I had stayed there for about one month with a social visit visa; the company gave the work to process my job visa to an agent; 3 weeks past already the visa is not avilable now.Meanwhile, I have to leave Malaysia since my social visit visa expired.What could I suggest the agent to have the visa quickly processed by the immigration department and should I need to apply to the Malaysian embassy again in my own country to have sticker in my passport after I receive the job visa letter from the Malaysian immigration which the agent should send me? Many thanks for your cooperation.
Given the growing number of video sites available, which one is best for a senior executive to use and why?
All my current senior executives are male. However I wish to be seen as promoting equality by considering to promote a female executive who have just join your company not too long ago to that senior level. I think she is well qualified for the job and has people skill, but everyone knows that there are more capable male staff who are better and more capable than her to take that job.
My senior executives have indicated that they are not happy about my plan. What can I do now ?
You are asked by the CEO to craft a positive statement to the press and employees about the financial health of the business. You are aware that the company is likely to go bankrupt within the next six months and that many of the senior executives have cashed in stock options and will recieve millions in bonuses. WHAT DO YOU DO AND WHY?
Am workin as a senior executive in a bpo in India. I have a commerce educational background. I wanted to move out of the country due to some personal issues. Am a single female. Suggest any safer/good place for me to work. I wish to travel alone. If possible help me with the way to get a job there.
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?
Clerk with seven years of progressively responsible experience providing office support to senior executives. Combine excellent organizational skills with hands-on technical knowledge, superior memory for details and a strong work ethic. I work as the Dean of Studies where I ensure the betterment of the training section of the school. I serve as a liaison between the students and other staff members and orientating new students on which course to choose that best suits them.
I am a recently retired international airline senior executive who had worked in China for more than ten years, hence I know China very very well and have many connections in different trades as well as chinese government departments. I wish to find out what is the most cost effective but far reaching way to contact U.S. companies who wish to have a consultant in China like me .
I'm in CA and accepted a senior executive position at a company. After further due diligence, Ive decided that I do not want to join them as I do not believe it will further my career. Ive signed the offer letter (states employment is at will), confidentiality document and permission to do a background check. My question is can I decline an accepted job offer? Can the company try and sue me?
I was recently laid off from my position as a Senior Account Executive for a technology company. I'm not having any luck finding a position or getting a response from Craigslist or Monster. Any good websites I should visit? I'm looking for a job in San Francisco, Phoenix, Seattle or Denver.
I recently found out that a male co-worker makes more than I do. Another co-worker found a document that was left on a fax machine and listed certain employee's salaries and told some people what she found. I suppose under some circumstances, this would not be a problem, however I am more senior than him. I am a Senior Account Executive and he is currently an Account Executive. I have more years in the industry, much stronger and broader skill sets, and more responsibilities. I have heard other co-workers complain about his lack of experience and his inability to efficiently manage his accounts. On one occasion, some co-workers requested that I be brought in to help manage one of his accounts because things were so disorganized. Despite all of this, I still think my boss is a fair person, and that this situation can be salvaged, but I'm not sure what the best way to handle this is. Does anyone have any suggestions as to how I should approach this topic with him?
What is the best way to recruit a person? Are there any best practices to recruit a person at different levels - as a student, as a junior most employee in a company, a mid-level executive, a senior level executive, and as a top level executive? Are there any benchmarks? Are there any dos and donts in this regard?
1. manager with 3lac p.a salary
2. senior executive with 3.5 lac salary .
Companies around the world have in later years adopted formal statements of corporate values, and senior executives now routinely identify ethical behavior, honesty, integrity, and social concerns as top issues on their companies’ agendas.
What are your experiences with working with corporate values? How did you identify your company's core values? How did you communicate them? How did you implement them?
I am very sorry that honey007 has had some bad experiences with corporate values. It sounds like you need to change your job and find some happiness somewhere else.
However, I am heading the corporate values work in the company I work for, and I asked my question on a positive note. I want to engage the employees in this proces and have them take responsability and ownership on the work.
I know that whatever I do some people may feel left out or disagree with the proces, but I am looking for advice as to how NOT to offend people or leave them behind in the proces.
John McCain says he wants to lower taxes. It's a basic conservative belief: Taxes are bad. Government intervention into your life is bad. And yet McCain wants new taxes on your employee health insurance coverage, as if it were part of your salary rather than a fringe benefit. Besides the new tax on your health care insurance, if it raises your income into a higher tax bracket, you will pay higher taxes on ALL of your income.
We've seen this kind of thing before, when they started taxing tips along with wages. Whether you work for McDonalds, Walmart, IBM, any union, or any other job that offers fringe benefits... First he'll tax your employee health care. Next, perhaps your life insurance. And then perhaps your employer's contribution to your disability insurance. And then your employee discounts. Company supplied computers and tools... Company car... Company supplied meals...
When we allow government to start taxing our employee benefits, we're setting a very dangerous precedent, at least for the working person. Senior corporate executives and others who can afford accounting staffs to find tax dodges for them, will be just fine.
So the question - Do you really want the government to start taxing your employee benefits like John McCain proposes? And is more taxation really what conseratives want?
This is c-level - reports to CEO at a US company.
I want to aply to this job position and its requiring a lot of academic background (MBA degree and 4 years experience as a Sales Manager) I am applying but I dont know what to fill in the "desire pay" blank space. What can I expect from this position salary wise? Is is a good sector to work for?
I'm applying a post as a Brand Senior Sales Executive in Advertising Company in Malaysia.