What are the different jobs that are available in airlines? i am not really interested in being a pilot or an air hostess.Any other line of work besides these two?And also please state the academic qualifications.
A former employee at my job told my manager that he feels i'm incompitant of doing my job and now based off this opinion my boss wants to replace me. Mind you the fomer employeer only worked with me for 3 weeks before resigning. I've worked at my job for 6 years.
I'm 17 and I'm interested in working at an airport becouse I love the environment. I'm particularly interested in positions of management where there is a lot of moving around and meeting & helping people (airport manager?). (Not pilot, luggage handler, or flight attentedant, work at fast food chains or gift shops!) and also, what's the job title of people who check your passport and tell you where you're sitting?
It would be good if you could tell me as many possibilities and how much that job usually pays because a decent salary is important. Thanks!
I know that if I want to get a job with a management consulting firm like mckinsey, bain, bcg, ect. that I should be studying finance, but I was wondering if I could get a job with a marketing degree.
Please state source or experience with answer. Thanks!
I am a supervisor who had a discipline meeting with an employee who was not fulfilling job requirements. He requested a union representative be present and during the meeting the union representative threatened me with legal action and utilized various other illegitimate means to attempt to intimidate me. Is there any way to file a complaint about him with someone even though I am not a member of that union?
What job fields are there or are there any helpfull websites?
What kinds of jobs can you get with a Bachelors or Masters degree in Communications?
Just moved from a small town Kansas area, to Houston, to be closer to
daughter and her family. Have had various types of customer relation
experience, from overseas dealing with open market shopping in foreign
language in Kenya, to working behind a counter as a cashier, or customer
service representative, assisting customers with merchandise. Am good
with making sales. Found a perfect apartment, but now need a job to move
in. Have had approximately 20 years experience in customer relations.
What is the exact job discription of someone who works in public relations? like i know they work with celebrites and figures in the public eye but what exactly do they do?
Recently, I’ve become increasingly disturbed with a number of my female co-workers. About three months ago, the new human resource guy decided to “re-image” the company. As part of this new experiment, he went out and hired four extremely gorgeous women as outside sales representatives – none of which had any measurable sales experience at the time. Unfortunately, so far, they have accomplished very little. What they have accomplished, with astounding proficiency, is to strain customer relations, not to mention overall employee moral. After almost three months on the job, only one of them has shown an interest in being a part of the team or improving her overall product knowledge and presentational skills. The rest act as if they are on some sort of fast tract to the top. It’s as if they feel they “are” the new “image” in our “re-imaging” initiative and they can’t be touched. It’s starting to get out of control!!!
Obviously, this need to be addressed. How would you proceed?
What can you do with a Bachelors degree in Psychology?
And what can you do with a Doctorate Degree in Psychology?
Please answer both questions.
Need this for a topic development before 23 September 2011.
I'm in college trying to decide on a major. I know my major should be in the field of business but I'm not exactly sure what I should do.
I'm thinking about majoring in psychology and I'm just checking the occupations.
The headquarters is located in New York and the website is www.mcgestates.net. You suppose to be and Administrator Assistant but it's a twist to it.
I know its vague but i have no clue. lol
What is the relationship between a country's level of income inequality and its level of military spending?
Also, what is the relationship between the strength and unity of organized labor in a country and that country's level of military spending?
Jobs: Distributors at various locations including truck drivers, factory producers, factory managers, branch managers, sales representatives, salesmen, customer support, secretaries, engineers producing cheaper means of production and experimenting on how to better product, public ads section, public advisor/relations, shareholders.
A. This law created three major new programs: Old Age Insurance, the Aid to Dependent Children Program, and Unemployment Insurance. Though the act did little to end the Great Depression, it did help prevent future economic crises by creating a social safety net that kept Americans from falling into dire poverty due to old age or unemployment.
B. Also known as the Agricultural Adjustment Act, it attempted to raise commodity prices by getting farmers to reduce production. Its programs were so popular that they survived the Depression and remain the cornerstone of U.S. agricultural policy even today. Farm incomes rose back to pre-Depression levels in much of the nation.
C. Also known as the National Labor Relations Act, it was a key part of the Second New Deal. It was designed to increase wages by promoting the growth of unions. To this end, it granted workers the right to join the union of their choice, and prohibited employers from interfering with union activities. The Wagner Act was a great success, and union enrollment began to increase dramatically.
D. Also known as the National Industrial Relations Act, it encouraged cooperation between employers and employees. Its goal was to stabilize the economy by establishing codes of fair business practice and stimulate the economy by raising wages and providing jobs. Representatives from management, labor, and government negotiated codes that established, among other things, a forty-hour work week, a minimum weekly wage, and a ban on child labor.
I'm stuck between Business Marketing and Psychology. I feel like Business will get me further in todays world, but i have a sort of calling for psychology related stuff.