My First Job Everyone has had a job experience, and the first is always the most memorable. I had my first job as a cashier. I started my job after living for two months in the United States, and that was my first job experience in life. I learned values about the sacrifices, responsibilities, and life lessons through my job. When I started my job, I was really excited and happy to know about my job.
Therefore, I feel very strongly that I can start my MBA program starting this February, 2012. In May 2007, I moved to Waukegan, IL where I started working at Motel 6 as a Front Desk Agent. My duties as a new hire involved communicating with guests according to the hotel’s standards and providing top-level customer service but after earning my Bachelor’s degree I was promoted to Operations Manager. At present, my duties include several areas of business, from maintaining the property to its standards to taking responsibilities of any renovation project that may help us increase revenue. I oversee all the departments such as accounting, marketing, maintenance, guest relations and housekeeping.
The way I showed this dedication was to research every problem item that came across the office; make sure each and one of the young Airmen were busy with their assigned responsibilities. In time I start to get worn out and fatigue at the end of the day. My social life involved boxing, swimming and spending time with friends. These events cease to exist after 4 months of overwhelming myself. I even noticed how different people from other shops came directly to me for help, it did not matter what I was doing at that time I was the go to guy.
To: All employees From: Human Resource Assistant Subject: Instructions Document for Oral Presentation Date: 6/22/2014 Dear Employees: I am sending a document containing instructions on how to do an oral presentation effectively. Many department head have been complaining about employees not being very effective communicators when they do an oral presentation. Presentations are very essential in the business world because they can make or break a business deal so our employees must be at their absolute when performing an oral presentation in front business co-workers, upper management, and associates. The document will focus on how to prepare and organize the oral presentation, and how to perform the presentation. A great deal of work is done doing the preparation, and the performance is more about how to most effectively carry out the presentation.
When I woke up that morning, I practiced my speech for two hours. I practiced my showcase for a one hour and my jokes for two hours. When I got done practicing, I went backstage. I went backstage to get ready the clothes that I was going to wear for the event. When I got done getting the clothes that I needed for the event, it was 4:00 pm.
Therefore I began completion of each sample documentation examples requiring the review of network device configurations as complete. The verbiage read as “All audits and controls are compliant by Company X. No further documentation required. * The manager sat across from me at the client site in which we had several conversations to determine if my documentation was the standard she was looking for. The manager was rushed and at first and follow up, quick reviews, it seemed ok. * After spending 2 weeks with the PCI controls, I brought to the attention of the manager some controls required additional review of configurations and documentation such
One of their priorities for development is providing support to new businesses. For the past week you have been shadowing the manager of the section responsible for providing advice and support to new business start-ups. The company has been invited to participate in a roadshow to promote services for people who are thinking of starting up in business. You have been asked to help produce material for an information pack on business resources and have agreed with your manager that a case study approach, using a selected organisation, would be the most useful and interesting approach for producing this material for prospective clients. Your manager has suggested that you could use your school or college as the case study.
SPRINGFIELD- What’s the benefit of putting yourself in situation that you wouldn’t normally find yourself in? Becoming the President of Barnes and Noble College Bookstores. Max Roberts, President of Barnes and Noble College Bookstores, spoke Wednesday at the opening convocation in Weaver Chapel. A piece of advice that Roberts left the students with was to seek out challenges and “put yourself in a place no one will expect to find you.” He suggested to students to join clubs that wouldn’t normally join or take a class they wouldn’t normally take. Roberts explained this piece of advice in more detail during a Q&A session in the boardroom of the Bayley Alumni House later that afternoon.
Their primary responsibility is to greet incoming visitors and callers. I’m continuing my education in Business to become a receptionist or anything in the clerical field. My expected salary is between $35,000- $60,000 a year. The median expected salary for a typical receptionist in the United States is $26,781. (Answers.com) I enjoy answering visitor’s inquiries about the company,
Also these employees will not have to worry about traveling to work for a meeting. By installing a new organization web portal means educating and familiarizing employees with this new product system. A smooth implementation of Web Portal System will require additional training for all managers, employees who work from home or approved employees who can work from home. The training will familiarize the managers and employees with this WPS. The managers will have to complete two weeks of training in San Diego, California and Hong Kong, China.