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It's not. The first step is not to think of yourself in terms of your specific degree. Many companies do not hire students because of their specific degrees - instead they use job applicants' skills as criteria for filling positions.
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This position requires a C.P.A. or the ability to acquire a C.P.A. and 3-5 years of public accounting experience.
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- Poor personal appearance.
- Lack of interest and enthusiasm.
- Overemphasis on money.
- Condemnation of past employers.
- Late for the interview.
- Failure to express appreciation for the interviewer's time.
- Asks no questions about the position.
- Vague response to questions.
- Overly aggressive, conceited, or know-it-all complex.
- Inability to express oneself clearly.
- Lack of planning for a career.
- Lack of confidence and poise.
- Unwilling to start at the bottom; expects too much, too soon.
- Evasive, hedges on unfavorable factors in job history.
- Lack of maturity.
- Lethargic, lack of energy.
- Merely shopping around.
- Wants job only for a short time.
- No interest in company or industry.
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The FRANE Scholarship Program has awarded over $425,000 in scholarships over the past 29 years. The FRANE Scholarship Program is funded by the Ryan Marrocco Memorial Scholarship Golf Tournament (In May) and the FRANE Western New England Scholarship Golf Tournament (In August).
Employees of FRANE member companies and their immediate family members are eligible to apply for a FRANE Scholarship. Information and requirements for the 2008 Scholarship Program will be posted in January on the FRANE website frane.org/scholarship.
Working in retail requires good sales skills with a strong ability to work with people because of the constant customer interaction. Enthusiasm, flexibility, and a positive attitude are essential characteristics necessary to succeed in the retail industry.
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Managers were judged on customer service, store conditions, leadership, employee turnover, sales, profitability and shrink.
"I have received overwhelming congratulations from all of my colleagues and mentors. I wish to thank all of those who have allowed me to learn and grow in the more than 20 years that I've been with Cumberland Farms, " said Tellier. "I'd especially like to thank my Area Sales Manager, Deane Palmer, and my staff, all of whom have dedicated themselves for a very successful year."
What's Tellier's secret to providing amazing customer service? "Follow your instincts. Work hard, as we all do, and definitely enjoy what you're doing. Success comes with what you are willing to put into it.
"In a Cumberland Farms exclusive giveaway, one customer will win a trip to the Daytona 500 in February. So, stop by your local Cumberland Farms and try what all of Hollywood is drinking. While you're there, register for your chance to win a trip to the Daytona 500!"
Cumberland Farms, a leader in the convenience store industry, bakes fresh bread everyday in their Westboro facility. Store Managers order the bread each week and the bread is shipped to all 600 stores within days.
The bakery also produces hamburger buns, hotdog buns, cookies, donuts and ice cream cones.
That's what many recently hired Store Managers are saying about their decisions to join Cumberland Farms. "Many employees have been with the Company 10, 15 or 20 years! It's not un-heard of to meet a 30 year employee" said Jon Stallward of Canton, MA. Jon worked for a "big box" retailer up until recently when he decided he needed more career stability with career advancement.
To see Cumberland Farms employment opportunities in your area, visit http://www.cumberlandfarms.com/ today!