When a person is eager to get a job he is often to fill in a resume (USA) or a Curriculum vitae (UK) or a standard printed application form. The forms can be laid out in different ways but the information required will, in most cases, be the same.
The information given by the candidate in these papers will be helpful in assessing the candidate's suitability for the post.
From the candidate's point of view, this paper is the first impression the firm will obtain of him or her and therefore it is important that the candidate completes the paper clearly and carefully.
A curriculum vitae should usually contain the following information:
• Name • E-mail • Marital status • Languages
• Address • Date of birth • Objective • Hobby
• Telephone • Place of birth • Work experience • References
• Fax• Nationality • Education
CV's or resumes as well as application forms will require the name and address of at least two individuals who can act as referees, which means those who can provide references. The referees may be contacted and asked whether or not they consider the applicant to be suitable for the post. The candidate may name a vicar, a doctor, or an old family friend as one of referees.
Normally, the firm will ask for the names of present or former employees or supervisors for whom the candidate has worked.
PRESENTING THE COMPANY
I'd like to say a few words about the organizational structure of Rossomon. Now if you look at the transparency you will see that the Managing Director, that is Mr. Bunce, is responsible for running the company and is accountable to the Board.
Now, he isassisted by four executive departments. These are Human Resources, which is responsible for personnel, training and management development; then there is the Finance Department which takes care of corporate finance and accounting; next we have the Management Services Department, led by Peter Jerkins who is in charge of rationalization throughout the company; and finally there is the R&D Department - research and development - which works closely with the five regions on new product development.
So this then brings me on to the regions. Directly under the Managing Director, there are five Regional Managers. Each of them is responsible for the day-to-day management of a territory - these are geographically split to North, South, East, West and Central Regions.
Now then, the five regions are supported by two sections - Marketing and Technical Services. They are organized on a matrix basis with section leaders accountable to the Regional Managers. They work closely with the regions on the marketing and technical side.
Now, in addition to the parent company, Rossomon has three subsidiaries, namely Rossomon France, Germany and Japan. The subsidiaries report to the Export Sales Department, which in turn is accountable to the Board.
Right, well that's brief overview. Are there any questions?
In the modern world money has various uses. For selling and buying things, all modern people use money ..Money gives us a useful means of measuring the value of things:? Money is also of very great use as a means of exchanging goods and services Money is a way to store up buying power that one can use later If we consider money as a means of storing up buying power, it has good and bad points) Money can more easily be kept for a long time than such things as food, buildings and machines. Food spoils, buildings fall to pieces and machines rust. Money takes up very little space and if we want we may put it in a bank.
But modern money has some very serious disadvantages if we use it as a means of storing up buying power. In earlier times when money was in the form of gold and silver coins, the metal, in each was really worth the amount stamped on the coin. But the paper in modern paper money is worth much less than the amount written on it. In a short time the buying power of modern money can change very greatly and because of that, some people are doubtful about the wisdom of saving money.
Ukraine is a self-contained, sovereign state. The Declaration of Ukrainian independence was proclaimed on August 24, 1991 by the Ukrainian Parliament.
Ukraine has its own territory, higher and local bodies of state power (the Supreme Council and local Councils), government, national emblem, state flag and anthem.
Ukraine is one of the largest European countries. Its total area is 603,700 square kilometres. Ukraine borders on the Russian Federation, Byelorussia, Moldova, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania. Our country is washed by the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov and it has very important ports. The population of Ukraine is about 52 million people, among them are Ukrainians (73.6%), Russians (21.1%), Jews (1.3%), Byelorussians (0.8%). There are 24 administrative regions and the Crimean autonomous republic:
The territory of our country has an astonishing variety of landscapes. We have high mountains, vast steppes, endless forests, beautiful rivers and lakes. The largest lake of Ukraine is Swytyaz, its total area is 24.2 square kilometres and the depth is 58.5 metres 1 Ukraine has 131 rivers,, among them are the Dnieper with its tributaries such as the Desna, the Prypyat, the Dniester, the Bug, the Donets. The Dnieper is the main river in Ukraine which divides the country into Right-bank and Left-bank territories.
The flora and fauna of our country are extremely rich. Almost all kinds of European animals and birds can be found on the territory of our vast land. Ukraine has inexhaustible natural wealth. It possesses enormous tracts of woodland, vast tracts of fertile arable lands and fine pastures.
Our country has many industrial raw materials, it has rich deposits of iron, metals, coal, oil, gas, different ores, marble and other natural resources. Ukraine has metallurgical and heavy industries.
The fertile black soil and the favourable climate have long facilitated the growth of agriculture in Ukraine.
Kyiv is the capital of Ukraine and the seat of the Supreme Council and the Cabinet of Ministers.
Kyiv is one of the most ancient cities. In 1982 it was 1500 years old. It was called "the Mother of All Russian Cities". It has the population of above 2.5 million people. Its total area is 790 square kilometres.
Kyiv lies on both banks of the Dnieper, one of the longest rivers in Ukraine. Spreading over the picturesque hills of the Dnieper Kyiv is immersed in green parks and gardens. It is one of the greenest cities in the world, it has 18 square metres of greenery for a person.
Kyiv is an industrial, scientific and cultural centre of Ukraine. Kyiv is one of the oldest cities and has many places of interest. Among them is the Golden Gate, which is about a thousand years old. Once it was the main entrance to the city. At that time Kyiv was the capital of the feudal state of Kyiv Rus, a large and powerful state. On the Sophia's Square there is St. Sophia's Cathedral. In the square, in front of the cathedral, there is the monument to Bogdan Khmelnytsky.
There is the monastery ensemble, Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra, which was founded in the 11th century in Kyiv. Among the museums of Lavra is the museum of Ukrainian Folk Decorative Art, which comprises more than 50,000 exhibits. In the park of Immortal Glory there is the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, over which an eternal fire burns.
Also in Kyiv you can see the monument to T. Shevchen-ko, the well-known poet and fighter for freedom. It stands in the park in front of the University. There are some other monuments in Kyiv — the monument to Lesya Ukrainka, the great Ukrainian poetess, the monument to N. Lysenko, the great Ukrainian composer and many others.
There are many fine museums in Kyiv: the State Historical Museum, the Museum of Ukrainian Art and so on. Kyiv is a city of theatres. It is famous for its theatres such as the Taras Shevchenko Opera and Ballet Theatre, the Ivan Franko Ukrainian Drama Theatre, the Lesya Ukrainka Russian Drama Theatre and others.
Kyiv is the centre of science and education. Many scientific research institutes, colleges and universities are in Kyiv.