I was responsible for taxes and all company reports. and my first month on the job I made a mistake on figuring payroll taxes. Fortunately, I was able to catch the mistake before the penalty period expired and I wrote a letter explaining the mistake and sent an additional check to cover the taxes due. After that, I put into place a rule that someone in upper management had to double check my work to insure that never happened again.
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Retiring early. After 45 years I was or felt burned out and the only way to fix that, I thought, was to retire.
Conestoga Tours has changed since I worked there. They are only a retail tour company now. When I worked there, they owned motor coaches, Avis, retail Tours, group Tours and the corporate company that owned them all one way or another.
I would never advice any one to work there because they don't value human relationship and treats you like a slave .. Every employer should treat their employees like a family relation but not a slave or a vulnerable being ..
Need for more managerial skills in world today
My advice to people interested in working at AL TAYLOR as an ACCOUNTANT is that the person should be calm to listen carefully to the instructions
The biggest mistake i made as an ACCOUNTANT is typing the wrong stuff on the excel and i have a deadline
My advice to people interested in working at #baliyasavingandcreditcooperationltd as a #Accountant ...
I tell them to work better then me and encourage not escape from problems but face with them
That was my mistake because I was pregnant and I have tension at home