How can i become a residential home manager?
My manager is 27yrs and has no nvq what so ever!!? Is doing a nvq now.
It is a family run home so i think thats why :(
What do i need to study or do to get a managers job in a care home ( eldely or support)
Brunelhotellondon0110@yahoo.co.uk they send agreement application by eddie lay employment manager this is valid or not send me always the uk immigration email email@example.com by mrs. Tony green immigration officer and send me working peemit fill up form and they for the proccessing fee of 195pounds send to mrs. Thomas.
I have an upcoming job interview and the company has requested three references from managers in my most recent employment. My current manager and I do not get along (hence the job search) and I don't want to give her as a reference - partly because she doesn't really like me and partly because if I don't get the job, it will make things very uncomfortable. Can I get around this request without jeapordizing the interview?
If I get an interview in Publix and I introduce myself, and the employment manager introduces himself as Jim, should I refer to him as Jim? (I'm 16 and look young for my age)
I had recently quit a job. Now as I am trying to get new employment, my old manager is extremely lying on reasons why I left to ruin my chances of employment. I do have documentation from one prospective employer. Can I press charges and/or file a civil suit against her for slander/defimation of character and if so what else? Please help. I have been unemployed for over 2 months due to this action.
Like I said , I do have documentation as to the lies she is telling about me, and YES I was an outstanding employee. The owners of the business have nothing bad to say about me. SHE is my only reason for leaving
To be completely honest, I don't want to head straight for the managers job. I don't have those skills, I'd much rather work my way up the ladder.
So is there any point in doing an MA?
I am seriously thinking about it, but even this BA is killing me right now lol.
Early April, I got offered a job at a security firm in California and signed an employment contract, HR manager told me that my background check for a guard card could take anywhere from 2 days to 6 months.
I was expecting it to take a little over a week, but it barely cleared on May 10th but I have yet to get called in for training.
Can they refuse to give me a position on the basis that my background check took too long?
I just recently begun my application process for Zipcar, the car sharing complany, and before I can begin training or employment; the manager told me I had to purchase a membership. Is that legal?
I am a retired State Police Supervisor of over 25 years. I have experience in all phases of law enforcement and investigations. I am looking more to campus and or hotel employment in security. Thanks for your time!
To clarify, how did you get the job at Mcidies, Burger King, Taco Bell, Dennys, Pizza Hut, whatever. Did you keep calling the managers for the job lol :)?, did you have great employment history or what?
I applied for a job at outback and on the application I messed up by putting $8.25 as the hourly pay. I did the same thing on previous applications and I think that's the reason the others had call back. So should call and notify the employment manager or wait?
I can imagine if you are applying for a financial manager's job but what about the average job? Ads on TV talk about how it can hurt your job prospects.
There are many jobs in a hospital setting, doctors' office, or nursing home that would bring a person into contact with patients. I just was unsure if having worked as a medical secretary with patient contact would count enough to make a good impression on a nursing school application.
Can anyone offer advice?
Generally speaking, what are the previous job backgrounds that really make a good impression on a nursing school application?
In seeking employment, 'cost accountant' continues to
come up when using keywords regarding my experience
and abilities. Would I be correct in assuming a cost accountant
would basically be a bean counter?
Figuring costs down to the penny highly interests me. Would
there be a particular college course which may be helpful in this field?
I quit because my manager at my previous job was a nutjob. She made it very hard on people at work to do their job because of her attitude...she felt she was riding on a very high horse. The corporate company even called and said they want me back in a few months, and fired the old manager. What should my "reason for leaving" be on an application, without sounding like im bad mouthing my old manager?
I'm just curious because I'm sick of my present FT job and is seeking for something better. I'm getting ready to get my own place and need better pay. I was just curious about this because some jobs have funny and stupid policies.
I've been seeing a lot of job postings online, through companies and recruiters, and haven't had much success. I have 10 yrs experience in my field with a leading company, but when I've applied I don't get many responses. Do companies just post jobs simply to gather a database of prospective employees?? One company did fly me to NJ to interview a month ago and I still have not gotten a response other than "you are a very strong candidate and we're still making our decision".
Suddenly i can't seem to be accepted for employment. Been working hard to make it for 19years now.I dont use drugs or even drink.Just want to earn a decent living. Ive lost everything once again and find myself near homeless and without a car and any financial capability.Crushed sad and scared in texas.
I'm a teen in high school & I've been searching for jobs for quite a while . I have little to no experience & online job hunting isn't getting me anywhere , but anytime I go in to a store they tell me to go online for applications , I just need tips on how to get call backs ,interviews . Thank you for your help .
At my old workplace, the manager gave me her code to open up the cash register, and told me to use it when no one else is around. Well, one day there was an emergency when I gave the wrong change by accident and there were no managers and supervisors to be seen (go figure). They caught me punching in the code and opening the register on camera, and called me into the HR office a few days later. I told them about why I opened the register, about my boss giving me her code, and whatever the problem is, they should discuss it with her because I was only doing what I was told.
Two weeks later, my boss disappeared. Three days after that, I got terminated as well. Since then, I haven't been able to get hired anywhere, and I just found out that it's because they fired me for "stealing from the register?" It's too late to fix that now, so I wanna know how long will this take to clear. I need to work ASAP because I need money. This was about 6 months ago by the way.