The chain has a legal responsibility to provide training.
Human resources are the most important asset of the chain.
Employees expect their employers to provide training.
Schools do not provide the type of training chains need.
Location of the cafeteria
Changes in demand
Two different types of quick-serve restaurant supply businesses export goods and sell the items below cost
One quick-serve restaurant supply business agrees to sell a brand item to a customer for 10 percent less than its competitor.
One quick-serve restaurant supply business acquires another business so that it can expand its product line.
Two competing quick-serve restaurant supply businesses agree to set the same price for similar items in their product lines.
Researching, collecting information, reporting
Planning, organizing, staffing, directing, controlling
Evaluating, motivating, training
Budgeting, scheduling, developing procedures, delegating
Using a quotation
Making an appeal for action
Making a comparison
Ask the room number the client will be staying in
Ask how large the hotel is.
Find out how large the parking lot is.
Get a confirmation number.
The number of motels located in destination cities.
Directions to the selected motels.
The policies and regulations of the selected motels.
Managers of the selected motels.
Vendors waiting to deliver.
The security alarm switch.
Customers who are in a hurry.
Suspicious vehicles nearby.
Paying a higher wage to women who have many years of seniority
Paying bonuses to men for accomplishing specific sales goals
Paying a different wage to men and women doing comparable work
Paying a different wage to men and women doing the same work
Posting of available positions
List of employees who will be promoted
Well-publicized expansion plans
Dates of an upcoming special sale
Bill of lading.
Fill orders within a specified amount of time
Organize warehouse to handle orders
Prepare orders for shipment
Develop a procedure for invoicing orders quickly
Paying taxes on
Running out of