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The Psychological side of Disability => The Comfort Zone => Topic started by: ASHLEYHOKIEFAN53 on May 24, 2020, 08:42:12 am

Title: Question about job performance past present
Post by: ASHLEYHOKIEFAN53 on May 24, 2020, 08:42:12 am
Is gas station cashier works by self stocking cleaning making drawer next shift closing store doing paperwork considered a manager what about if your also a abc manager are then considered manager? If babysit for house live in make up,clothes bills paid and little money sometimes is that considered job . So sorry random questions
Title: Re: Question about job performance past present
Post by: Helper on May 24, 2020, 09:36:45 am
House sitting is a job.  It doesn't matter if you are handed money directly or if someone is paying your expenses for doing the job.

A gas station cashier is not a manager, even if they work by themselves.  If you worked at the gas station & supervised other employees or made the schedule for other employees & hired/fired employees, then you would be a manager.

As far as ABC manager, it depends on what the responsibility includes.  If every employee is an ABC manager, then no it would not be a manager position. But if only one or a select handful of employees were ABC managers, then it can be a type of management position.