Working day.6.45 ( Get up
8am ( Arrive at work and eat a bowl of cereal cereal
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A mutual fund that has a substantial outflow of funds because of its weak investment performance. . I have a think about what I am going to do and plan my day. We are fairly flexible about working hours so there are a few people who start early and leave early and there are those that start early and finish late.
8.30am ( We start taking calls for the mail orders in our customer service centres.
9am ( Plan the marketing activities and what mailings we are going to do.
10am ( We are trying to develop the retail shop side of the business so I have a look at the way the shops are performing and also look for new sites.
12.30pm ( I usually try and stop for lunch and read the sports pages sports pages npl → páginas fpl deportivas of the newspaper.
1pm ( A big part of my job is the financial side of the business so I have a look to make sure we are keeping on target and see where we are at, working with the accountants.
3pm ( I also spend quite a lot of time on recruitment recruitment /re·cruit·ment/ (re-krldbomact´ment)
1. the gradual increase to a maximum in a reflex when a stimulus of unaltered intensity is prolonged.
2. ; interviewing people for jobs or planning future recruitment.
6pm ( I try to spend time at the end of each day having a look at how the mail order side of the business has performed because it's a very numbers driven business and we have to have a tremendous attention to detail.
6.30pm ( I like to get home for 6.50pm so I can see the first children before they go to bed, unless there is an evening event.