Accountant (Former Employee), New York – May 23, 2012
Accounts Payable Accounts Receivable Bank deposits Invoicing Employee Reimbursments ACH Transmittal Discrepancies Vendor Filing Journal Entries Financial Reports Month End Closing Year End Audits 1099 Filing
I have learned from my experience at the job, no one is perfect and to allow room for mistakes.
My management department and I worked on excepting – more... the things will could not change and we worked on having the wisdom to know the difference.
My co-workers and I became a family. We laughed, we cried and we celebrated life together.
My professionalism was tested. I had to train someone, who later was to fullfill my position, that was hard. Also, learning to be humble and admit my wrongs at times was a great learning curve for me. The hardest part of the job was being laid off. I must say for the record, this experience has matured me in ways I would have never, ever known.
I enjoyed assisting the Finance department. Actually, I enjoyed the year end audits the most. – less