Going back to the first reason, I personally know that the majority of the student body would go home for lunch, if the opportunity was available. This being, there would be more room in the cafeteria and we could fit most, if not all the students into one lunch period. This would shorten the school day by about an hour, yet all of the classes for the day have been complete. Open lunch would make the lunch hour longer, and would be a pro for the students. It would give them a chance to finish homework
Syncing the Google calendar with Kiara’s phone will help support her with scheduling tasks and appointments. Kiara expressed that she forgets where she parked her car. The ATS had Kiara install a free parking application onto her phone to help her in this area. Computer Access: Kiara has a laptop which is in good working condition. Kiara will need a copy of Microsoft Home and Student so she will be able to access Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel for her assignments.
Jill and the board both agreed that this method was the best way to operate effectively at Vinoy Place. The on-site staff appears to work well together and has a whole I would say that Vinoy Place is operationally effective. One suggestion I have given the size and scale of Vinoy Place and the attention that it requires is to create some sort of digital work order system for the maintenance staff. Envision the manager walking around property with an ipad and notices something that needs to be done. She could quickly enter a work order with a picture and location of the problem which would instantly go to the iphone being carried by one of the maintenance staff.
When it come to picking a college it's going off based on what the student environment, learning type, and etc. I believe another essay that ties into Liz Addison Essay is “ Colleges Prepares People for Life” by Freeman Hrabowski. Freeman Hrabowski, president of University of Maryland, in his essay he argues “echoed an increasingly common refrain that college is expensive, that students are taking on unmanageable debt and that they too often graduate unprepared for the world of work” (259). According to both Addison and Hrabowski, college is expensive, but Addison believes that there are ways around paying a high cost of going to college. In addition, Hrabowski feels that even though colleges has ways around paying high cost that either way it goes it would be a bad investment, due to, a student dropping out, or not passing a class.
HBased on college pressures by William Zinsser, the four pressures that college students experienced in the 70s includes economic, parental, peer and self induced pressure. These pressures still remain in this day and age, but also the pressure to compete with their peers on paper has become a burden. It was once much easier to receive an overall liberal education, and has now become a one tracked focus on what career can make the most money. Students are left limited to the majors that are generally needed rather than follow their dreams. Economic pressure is one of the top pressures that college students face.
Kane talks a lot about Alienation, furthermore, Kane mentions that “alienation springs from multiple sources, one of which being the highly evolved ‘division of labour’ - that is, the breaking down of work into simple, repetitive tasks that each individual becomes responsible for, while much of the “thinking” and “overseeing” of work is carried out by a “coordinator class” “ (Kane et al., 2012). The reason why I chose to relate this quote to the Kane article and the movie Office space is because Kane mentions that the work can become very repetitive and especially for people who are not happy with their job, however, might make them feel like must work to make a living for themselves and/or their families. This can become very stressful for people by overseeing the work load. An example out of the film would be Peter. When Peter was not very happy with his job he even mentioned to the two men that was interviewing him that he would come into work at least 15 minutes late, and sit there staring at his computer pretty much all day long.
The cost of tuition is an incredible problem in today’s education system throughout the United States because it hinders the people who want to go college but cannot afford to do so. The price of tuition is a burden to those who are actually attending
However, the privilege of obtaining an education is becoming increasingly difficult to finance which ironically leaves some college students with the decision to choose between pursuing their dreams or having a meal on a consistent basis. The general perception of students who attend college is that since they are able to afford to further their education, they are inherently privileged and inevitably categorized as part of the affluent demographic within our nation. In contrast, Frank Eltman of the Huffington Post expressed that the majority of students enrolled in a university are ineligible for food stamps despite suffering from food insecurity. Eltman also capitalizes on the statistic that the tuition for public universities has increased an inordinate amount of twenty seven percent in the last five years. However, tuition is not the only expense that students are expected to finance.
Each buyer or seller needs to make a one-time sign-up and the activities of the user are remembered by the website on subsequent visits. Due to the same reason, the website generates loyal customers as well. In the case of any issues with buying or selling activities, the customer support facility is available for solving the issue. Amazon also conducts frequent surveys and polls to get customer feedback and to improve themselves. Amazon does not sell or share the confidential information provided by the customers for the purpose of signing up with Amazon.
Customers have to wait on long queues when there are empty checkout counters. All in all, it’s not all lost to the Walmart customer service since it has invested in improving customer service; - Ship to store option, allows customers to pick items in lockers in the store with a customized code. It speeds up the shopping process - Smart phone App, customers are able to scan items as they shop then pay and pick receipt on their way out. It saves
1. What types of applications are described here? What business functions do they support How do they improve operational efficiency and decision making? Applications described here are email, design, spreadsheets and which would support the operational functions of a business. The iPad and iPhone in the case of Eric Jackson allows him to be mobile conduct business with clients and employees share ideas designs and hold meetings without being present.
Although these donations are the only way that the store gains its inventory, doesn’t mean it’s the only input the store offers. Other examples of inputs are power, labor, teamwork, materials used for the store, and money. These inputs are used to create outputs that helps generate profits for the store as different services, reused items and multiple ideas trying to improve the store. The staff at the Kiwanis is constantly trying to reduce the amount of donations that arrive at the store each day. Employees there must plan how to: either determine if the product is worth to resell, how to organize all non-put out items, where does it belong in the store, etc.
I ・Describe your reactions to what you did I installed the NetBeans and Java, it failed, thus I decide to ask my colleagues and instructor, additionally, I know the new website called Programr, I use it to handle the program via my smartphone, thus I open this page in the train. ・Describe any feedback you received or any specific interactions you had. Discuss how they were helpful In the last programming