I would like to move to Wolverhampton, near Birmingham, to reach my boyfriend and continue to work as a Payroll Coordinator there. I have been working for 5 years in this position in Italy.
Do you think it would be a good idea to leave my actual job here and move to the UK to look for another in the same position? I'm scared of being unemployed, because it would lower my chances to be chosen by a company. Are there any concrete chances to be recruited from here?
I need to update my resume for class last time I updated it was 3 years ago. I have been at my job for 3 years and in those 3 years i have been promoted 3 time. 08-09 was a file clerk, 09-10 medical records, 10-present payroll/billing coordinator. Do I mention all 3 or just my current title of payroll/billing coordinator.
2008-present Payroll/Billing Coordinator
Im doing a career research project for english, and i want to work with movies. So, i need to know allllll the jobs that you can do in a movie business.
I just graduated college and I swear I've searched every possible company for jobs... I'm running out of ideas.
What is the role of a staff coordinator in a home healthcare center? What does the job entail?
Thanks in advance for your time! :-)
It has always been a dream of mine to work overseas. I am an Administrative Coordinator for an aggricultural distrobution company. For the most part I handle all the HR/Accounts Payable,Receivables/Payroll/and daily administrative operations for Three locations. (all of which gross about 10+ million a year). I have no formal education besides what I received in the military, which was in the data management field. I guess my question is, would anyone here know the correct avenue to start my journey down?
I was originally hired as a "Marketing Coordinator" but since it's a smaller company I started being in charge of the following tasks (in addition): HR (onboarding all new employees), Accounting (billing/payments, company taxes, payroll), Administrative duties and Marketing (web design, publishing collateral). I am up for my annual review, and think its about time I formally change my title, but what to? I want something that sounds professional, but can encompass all of these duties that I am in charge of.
I got a new job and have officially been there for 5 weeks now. My actual title is service coordinator/ billing and payroll clerk. So far, my new boss has only taught me how to open the mail, and post the bills into a file that I then email to her so that she can actually post them into Quicken. This process literally takes me maybe 10 minutes so the rest of the day (7 hours, 50 minutes) of my day is spent reading books. I am extremely bored but she is a control freak (she screams at her employees when they don't do EXACTLY as she wants), likes to change the rules to fit her mood of the day, and won't let me do anymore of the tasks. Do you think I should try to talk to her about this or should I look for a new job?
Like its soooo easy for them. All they have to do is flirt or show their boobss and bam they got the job, or get promoted.
People never open doors for me. lol.
What Kind of Jobs are there at a zoo? And what kind of college education would you have to have?
I currently work in a bank, have a degree and an MA in marketing, but do not like customer service. So I am searching for other options, something more active (I am 24 years old) and definitely not anything to do with customer service. Any ideas and constructive comments appreciated. Thank you.
What are three pros to recycling? (environment)
Whats one recycling deterrent for not recycling?
What is One pro to recycling (not environmental)
What is one recycling method or option?
I currently have a no end job. Meaning there is no room for me to move up. So I started looking for a job . I went to a interview for a payroll coordinator position,but they also said they were in need of a human resource person as well . I have experience in both due to the military ,but for the human resource position they want someone with a certificate. Which I do not have. Both positions make the same amount.
Im looking foward in Moving to the state of Tennesee and would like to know whats the advantage of been bilingual and been in the field of Human Resources.
2 months ago I started a new job. Prior to taking this job I was given the impression it was an accounting position as a payroll coordinator. However, after starting to work for this company in NY, I realized it was actually just a data entry job where I am just inputting numbers and it has nothing to do with the accounting field. Is this a justifiable reason to leave this job and apply for unemployment?
I want to change careers and the work that I have done has nothing to do with HR so I have to be convincing. I know I really want to work in HR, but I'm having trouble articulating the reasons. If you work in HR, why do you like what you do?
I've been floating around for a few years since the end of high-school, working at different jobs. Currently i'm waitressing. I like the restaurant industry, but I'd like to get out of working weekends and holidays. So i've been throwing around the idea of working in human Resources and possibly going to school for it next September. Does anyone have any insight into the world of Human Resources. Do you enjoy it? Are you well paid? Any info or tips would help my decision.
I work at a telecommunication company. I was hired as a receptionist/office coordinator with a salary of $32,000 in NYC. I have now been here for a year and my job description has increased drastically. I now handle payroll, purchasing and human resource issues. On top of all this I work ten hours a day, sometimes without a lunch break. I know I deserve a raise.