Janice doesn’t dress like this every day, but if she did, it would make accounting a lot more fun. I may actually start a petition for weekly Janice costumes.
The majority of us don’t care too much for numbers. With numbers, there is always an answer, even if the answer is zero that unravels the mystery of a parabola in some graph we have forgotten how to read, there will always be an answer. Unfortunately, those answers can get a bit large and complicated with decimals and multiplication. Throw in some division in there and you got yourself at least an hour’s worth of work for me. (I’m kidding!) This is why we love Janice so much. She and Sacki crunch these numbers together and financial tasks are completed, and most importantly, people get paid. She makes numbers into money, and I take that money and buy food and stupid apps for my phone, which is why I think she’s the bee’s knees.
Janice not only does the number crunching, she and Michelle make sure the office is running smoothly by fixing computers and throwing away random office plants I’ve never seen before (who knew there was practically a tree growing in Tony’s office?). She does all of this with a smile and a couple of jokes in between tasks. Buzzing around the office, Janice is always in a good mood and is willing to help anyone who asks.
So meet Janice, you may end up loving her as much as we do.
K: What do you do at Reserve123?
J: I am an accounting manager. I work with Sacki, and we process all of the payroll and the supplier invoices for payment. We also handle all of the company banking
K: What is your favorite city and why?
J: My favorite city is Monaco just because it’s beautiful, the people are kind, and the scenery is awesome!
K: What city would you like to visit?
J: I would like to go to Honolulu. I’ve never been to Hawaii, so I would LOVE to go! It’s one of those bucket list things to do. I would also like to go to England, but I’d rather see Hawaii first!
K: Besides experiencing a new city, what is your favorite part about traveling?
J: I like going to the out of the way places like the cafes and meet the locals. Ask them “What do you do for a living” or “How many children do you have?” I enjoy human interest type stuff and get involved with the culture.
K: What is your advice for starting a conversation with a local?
J: Find something you want to compliment or something you want to question them. It’s especially easy to compliment women on their jewelry or clothes. I mean, who doesn’t like getting complimented?There are a lot of times where people are just really friendly and are not intimidating at all.
K: If you can do a U.S. road trip, what kind of road trip would it be?
J:I would like to go to every national park in every state. If they don’t have a park, I’ll go to a state park or a big city… that is something I would definitely like to do one day.
K: What would be three songs you would have on your travel playlist?
J: Gotta have The Eagles – Hotel California, Elton John. Really, anything that’s 1970s to 1980s rock and roll music.
K: Driver or passenger on these road trips?
J: Oh I’d love to be a passenger. I hate driving; I actually prefer to fly. I admit that I am not a good driver…ugh I just find driving boring and tedious.
K: Oh even if you have a limousine?
J: Oh if I had a limo and I’m the passenger, no problem! A little champagne, a little music, and we’re good to go!
K: Your opinion on Hawaii floral shirts during vacation – Yay or nay?
J: I think they’re great. Do what you want to do!
K: In unrelated travel news, how have you fared at the chili cook offs you have attended?
J: We’ve done very well. We’ve placed 3rd, 7th, 8th, and 10th!
K: How many speeds do you have?
J: Two – off and high. I really do! I’ve been told that all my life.