controllo cassa

English translation: cash management

Italian term or phrase:controllo cassa
English translation:cash management
Entered by: Lavinia Glyn (X)

14:46 Jan 11, 2012
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Marketing - Management / management of a store
Italian term or phrase: controllo cassa
Hello all,
this is from a CV. The lady in question was a store manager and had all sorts of duties, which she wrote down as a list

- Relazioni Interne ed Esterne
- Organizzazione generale
- Gestione ordini e assistenza clienti, italiani ed esteri.
- Campagne vendita
- Gestione Marketing.
- ****Controllo cassa****.
- Supervisione vendita.
- Gestione del personale

I though of 'cash auditing' but she was not an auditor, she was the store manager.
Any ideas?
thank you
Lavinia Glyn (X)
cash management
control in the sense of management
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Thomas Roberts
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4 +4cash management
Thomas Roberts
5 -1Cashier Management
Jonathan Hargus



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cash management

control in the sense of management

Thomas Roberts
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Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in ItalianItalian
PRO pts in category: 44
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agree  EirTranslations
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agree  James (Jim) Davis
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agree  philgoddard
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agree  tradu-grace
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Cashier Management

"la cassa" is the cashier. And if she was in charge of supervising the sales then she most likely was overseeing the cashiers who were on the clock, on duty that day. When we were in Italy there was a grocery store with the "Controllo cassa" office right next to the cashiers lines.

Note added at 18 mins (2012-01-11 15:05:11 GMT)

Which, also placed her in control of the sale, that is, the cash. But the word for 'cash' is not in her CV.

Jonathan Hargus
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Local time: 16:52
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish

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disagree  philgoddard: Cassa = cash, cassiere = cashier. //Your reference says that "tenere la cassa" is "be the cashier". That's not the same thing.
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