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Al-Futtaim Group
Senior Accountant was asked...July 28, 2015

Why are you leaving your job

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i am B.com,university graduate holder,from 2003 to 2006,i have to started my carreir from 2007 to still doing work,ifrom 2007 to 2013-working in UAE,purchase accountant,administration works,document controler,data entry etcc,from 2015 to 2018 present working in BRUNEI DARUSSALAM same work and personel assistant to my boss Less

main reasons not enough salary and not my professional work

Searching for a better opportunity

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SS&C

whats the entry for an accrual, how do you reverse the accrual once paid

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That answer is correct

1) credit liability, debit expense 2) debit liability, credit cash

Oh really genius? Do tell how to reverse an accrual

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Marvin Windows & Doors

Why are you leaving your current job?

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Family Owned business and selling equipment. I have a family and they depend on me.. Less

I am a team player and I am trustworthy. I have built shower doors at Kohler in Union City TN. I worked through a temporary service for a year and a half and every temporary hired through the service was laid off.. Less

Sold Family business and it was only seasonal/ I'm needing a full-time job.

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PwC

If you were to be re-incarnated as an animal what type would you be and why

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I would choose to be Bush Duiker being the fastest running animal and very clean. This shows it is very intelligent and now how to make the right decisions in its surroundings Less

I don't believe in re-incarnation - if you want achieve something, you'd better plan to do it in this life! Less

I would choose an eagle, because the ability to explore the surrounding area without any obstruction.meanwhile others need to survive on the surface.Besides that,eagle also have a sharp eye to elocate the prey. Less

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TissueTech

Have you ever done Cost Accounting?

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Yes

Yes

No, I have not but I am willing to learn.

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Alokozay

Long hours working?? transportation ???salary???

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Sir I like weekly 48 hours work.I expecting 6000+and a car

Hey

Yes

RK Mechanical

After detailing the information on my resume, the HR person asked the standard "what did you like about the job?" followed by "what didn't you like about the job?" and then "what else didn't you like?" followed by what else didn't you like?" followed by "what else didn't you like about the job?"

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The first couple answers were normal issues with the job. By the third question my response was "I don't know, there was this other thing" I thought of. After the fourth question I just scratched my head for literally 30 seconds to come up with an answer before saying something that I thought was benign. After the interview the recruiter informed me that I was negative about prior positions so I am totally confused about how to answer an interrogation. Less

This could have been an exercise of reaching to see 'how far' you/they can go, and ultimately break down your reservations about sounding professional when describing any personal grievances you had with previous employers. You want to remember that every experience, good and bad, is a learning opportunity. Most everyone you have worked for/with is, in their own way, doing the best they can. All else are 'statistics'. Don't be one of those. Don't become anxious about them asking, "If they're so great, why aren't you still there?" Your are not a robot, and they are a transcendental programmer. If they, and/or you. knew that you would be a better fit elsewhere, then both parties will benefit from your exploration. Give respect, expect respect. Less

This could have been an exercise of reaching to see 'how far' you/they can go, and ultimately break down your reservations about sounding professional when describing any personal grievances you had with previous employers. You want to remember that every experience, good and bad, is a learning opportunity. Most everyone you have worked for/with is, in their own way, doing the best they can. All else are 'statistics'. Don't be one of those. Don't become anxious about them asking, "If they're so great, why aren't you still there?" You are not a robot, and they are not transcendental programmers. If they, and/or you, knew that you would be a better fit elsewhere, then both parties will benefit from your exploration. Give respect, expect respect. Less

Kharafi Group

1- what are your job responsibilities ? 2- introduce your self 3- did you make financial reports ? 4- what is bank reconciliation ? and how do you do it ? 5- what errors do you face in a bank statement ?

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what errors do you face in a bank statement ?

Account receivabl, bank reconciliation, all accounts reconciliation and assist finance manager for preparing financial statements. Less

Always I am facing incorrect check entries may because of outstanding checks remain long time or wrong checks may included. Less

Early Growth Financial Services

Are you experienced in working with little or no management.

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Yes.

Yes

Yes

Risk Management Advisory Services

What was I looking for in the future?

2 Answers

To get a certification.

How long did it take till you got your offer?

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