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productive and everyday is new learning experience
FOOD SERVICE SUPERVISOR (Current Employee), purchase, new yorkJanuary 6, 2014
Its a great enviroment to work in. I Have learned how engage with the customers and employees more and served the customers need.
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Cashier and stocking
Part-time (Former Employee), Topeka, KSJuly 9, 2013
Pros: free lunch
Work as a cashier and did stocking sometimes
Made coffee at the Starbucks bar in the corner store.
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Pleasant
Student Manager (Former Employee), Towers Circle, SEMO Cafeteria, Cape Girardeau, MOOctober 2, 2012
I worked at Chartwells throughout my college time. The experience had been very nice. working around people you know is always fun.
Above all learning experience, leadership and role of a supervisor has been my best one.
When you work with your colleagues and your friends and at the same time you are supposed to tell them what to do, things can get – more... a bit uncomfortable. I have learnt how to deal with such situations and put work first above your ties. – less
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fun environment to work in
Cashier & Team Member (Former Employee), Greensburg, PASeptember 17, 2012
have to make sure you stay focused on customers and food sanitation regulations, but the job is fun!! Good people, good quality service, and good food.
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Great teamwork, excellent benefits, wonderful place to work
Accounting Manager (Former Employee), Towson, MDJune 12, 2012
Pros: free lunches, $5000 credit card, salary, off from christmas eve until the day after new years, twoo weeks off in the summer, two weeks paid vacation, pto, and sick time
A Typical day at Work
- Controlled and managed thirteen dining operations in all aspects of accounting, with net revenues of $5 million per year
- Managed six A/R & A/P clerks; as well as trained and managed semester based interns to assist in process of accounting
- Prepared monthly, quarterly, semi-annualy, and annualFinancial statements for upper – more... management and CFO of Towson University
- Annually developed budgets with a 5% to 10% inflation and provided timely, monthly explanations of variances between actual results and future forecasts
- Worked with internal and external auditors during reviews to ensure full compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley regulations
- Developed training manual for cashiers and annualy trained employees
- Recovered $1.8 million dollars in accounts receivable in the first six months of employment

What I Learned
- Excellent teamwork
- Management skills

Management
- Managed six A/R & A/P clerks; as well as trained and managed semester based interns to assist in the accountin process

My Co-Workers
- Excellent teamwork
- Learned all aspects of everyone's job in order to assist them when need with coorespondence, and helped with cash register work

My Hardest Part of The Job
- Nothing

The Most Enjoyable Part of my Job
- Everything – less
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Small office environment versitile job role
Advertisement Intern (Former Employee), North Manchester, INMay 29, 2012
Pros: freedom to expand social media accounts, versitile job role
Cons: group think, some personality clashing
Typical day included updating various social media sites and maintaining the brands presence online. I learned how to best manage company social media accounts and websites. Co-workers for the most part stuck to their job duties but team work was essential for major events. Hardest part of the job was getting students to buy-in to new social media websites. – more... The most enjoyable part of the job was exploring new social media sites and participating in events put on through Chartwells. – less