Great place to work, great team and very fast paced
Acting Accountant (Former Employee), Ottawa – July 28, 2014
A typical day would be processing any invoices that come in, filling, journal entries, preparing payroll every two weeks, WSIB remittance, accruals, Banking for 300+ card holders across Canada. The hardest part of the job would have been the first two payroll runs as payroll was for employees across Canada, it was a learning experience. The most enjoyable – more... part of the job was the vast amount of learning and exposure to a variety of different professional job duties that I had never experienced before working at private companies. – less
Vice President (Current Employee), margate fl – July 14, 2014
Its a group for Women that get together monthly to conduct different life changing activities and projects. This is something I currently volunteer my time and abilities. Our goal is to have a funded facility for women that are homeless or come from domestic violence to be able to stay there and us The women's hour volunteers to provide them with assistance – more... with their resumes help with the trauma etc. – less
NPO President/Founder (Former Employee), Junction City, KS – June 25, 2014
A typical day: Planning and scheduling was done at the beginning of the month and then a few days in between of adjustments. I would monitor our social media, sometimes design graphics for flyers or promotional materials. Making phone calls or answering e-mails from the sponsors and other organizations like mine.
What I learned: I managed every aspect – more... of that organization and I've dealt with everything from defusing anger to banking issues- the greatest lessons come in threes. First: Always think before you speak, Second, Lead as you want followed (never ask anyone to do something that you wouldn't do) and Third, Sleep on every big decision.
Management: I was my own boss, sometimes management was lenient and sometimes management was terrible. Working for myself taught me how to balance my time wisely.
Co-Workers: We were all roller derby girls. Skaters are joined like a sisterhood, so we had our highs and lows like any other family, but that's what we were/are: a family.
Hardest part of the job: Defining when it was time for me to take off the "boss" hat and just be done for the day.
Most enjoyable part of the job: Watching each individual grow as skaters, individuals, and as leaders in the community. – less
Youth-Teen is Non-Profit organization which helps newly arrived kids from refugee camps with homework assistance, after-school programs and cultural a
President/Manager (Former Employee), Seattle, WA – May 29, 2014
Youth-Teen is Non-Profit organization which helps newly arrived kids from refugee camps with homework assistance, after-school programs and cultural activities as a way of promoting their mutual understanding of diversity and interactions. We also do Basketball and Soccer to engage them in fun, physical fitness, enjoy playing in a team format with friends – more... and peers, and learn to become responsible adults. – less
Volunteer (Current Employee), Columbus, OH – February 26, 2014
Handling incoming and out going calls, scheduling appointment, Arranging traveling schedules. Balance bank account and train additional volunteers. I learned how to be more organized. The hardest part of the job was to see people leave because they were not willing to do the hard work to get what they needed. The most enjoyable part was meeting need – more... people, and helping them. – less
Call Center Client Specialist (Former Employee), Whippany, NJ – October 28, 2013
Pros: trying to help people
Cons: no benefits, unfair wages to employees
A typical day at work was 50 to 60 calls per day, I learned how not to treat employees who gives their 110%. Management were deceiving to their employees and clients. My co-workers were the best group of people to work with. The hardest part of my job was deceiving people by giving them information/referrals pertaining to financial funding that they – more... knew wasn't available just to have a call volume. The enjoyable part of my job was to encourage people to be strong and to hold on even through the tough times, and not to give up on life to those whom wanted to commit suicide. Being able to talk someone out of committing suicide and make the decision not to give up on life was most REWARDING for me. That was the only thing that made this job worth me going in everyday. – less
Religious institution. President on voluntary basis. No compensation
President (Former Employee), Great Neck, NY – October 2, 2013
Pros: chance to "give back" to my community.
Constant contact with various department heads to review operations and finance. Worked closely with Clergy to enhance spiritual aspects of institution. Feeling of accomplishment. Report to Board of Trustees.