Hi Guys, The weekend was great. Hope you all had a great weekend as well. Further to our last meeting on Saturday 16th Sept, please find the problem statement: "The bank 's annual growth rate has always been around 10% each year, but recently it has slowed down to 7%. The existing process of account opening either online or at the branch requires customers to come into the branch to sign the application and provide their proof of ID regardless of whether they are new or existing customers. This has resulted in customer frustration at the need to visit the branch.
The only reason I was able to reduce my spending in gas was because of the price of gas going down. I spent exactly twenty dollars on gas, which lasted me for a week based on my daily routine. Since the price of gas has gone down I’ve been saving four to six dollars a week. Currently I live with my parents so I don’t worry about buying groceries, but I spend a lot on junk food and sodas. Since tracking our spending I’ve given myself a budget of forty dollars a month for groceries.
After the company he worked for went out of business and Stewart ran out of money, he went two days without eating. He went to the Dixie Diner and ordered a big breakfast and then acted as if he had lost his wallet. The owner of the diner, Ted Horn, who was also the waiter and cook came towards Stewart and picked up a $20 bill near the stool where he was sitting. “Son you must’ve dropped this” he said. “It was like a fortune to me,” says Stewart.
And a store like mcdonalds lets say they have 11 employes on duty the company its self is only paying 80 dollars and hour. Yeah they have to pay to keep the store stocked and running but them making 1.3 million dollars an hour and only paying their emplyes as little as they do is terible. The ones who actualy put the work in too making that money for the company only gets 7.25 dollars an hour is rediculius and the company should feel ashamed and feel miserable for how they treat their employes. Companies these days don’t understand that people need to support theirself and their families and that’s impossible to do, working for min wage as low as it is. Although raising minimum wage has a lot of pros it also has lots of
In the story “Folding Beijing” we see three different class sets and how each of them live. It opens following Lao Dao though his home of Third Space describing the ratty nature of his clothing as he sees people at food stalls before the change in Space. Lao Dao thinks to himself about how he has been skipping breakfast to save money stating; “He used to spend about a hundred each day on this meal, which translated to three thousand for the month” (89). Even this amount of sacrifice only leads to meager savings as he continues with, “If he could stick to his plan for a whole year, he’d be able to save enough to afford two months of tuition for Tangtang’s kindergarten” (90). The importance of, and his desperation for, money is shown again when he is telling Peng Li of his mission.
I believe I should be able to participate in La Tomatina next year, an event where over one hundred metric tons of tomatoes supply a giant food fight. I will be able to learn things that I would not have experienced if I had not taken part in this event and experience an entirely new culture altogether. La Tomatina is held in the Valencian province of Eastern Spain in the town of Buñol. It takes place during the last Wednesday of August in Buñol’s streets, only 20,000 people a year are allowed to participate in La Tomatina, as this event is inclusive to only those who purchase tickets. People who participate in La Tomatina throw tomatoes at one another for entertainment purposes, and participants of La Tomatina believe that La Tomatina is an incredibly fun event
You are a male worker of a retail store that satisfies your current way of life. Generating around eight to twelve dollars an hour. After finding out your spouse is pregnant, your expenses on food supply increases. A few months later, your housing and utility bills arrive, eventually your auto bills are in the mail and you still have to file your taxes. That one job you have been working for isn’t meeting the requirements thus you decide on getting a secondary job at starbucks.
It is actually my second. I was an auto industry worker before the economic collapse. After my job was downsized due to a slowdown in production, I began a new career search. After falling in love with cooking at home and a lot of pushing from my family, I enrolled in culinary school. I was very fortunate to find a home
He found himself struggling with the quality of ingredients and specifically the preparation of certain dishes. In German, the main meal of the day was definitely lunch, while cold cuts got served for breakfast and dinner. Germans greatly valued fresh food. Many would walk to the market every morning to buy fresh bread and any other items they needed. Hans-Dieter routinely performed what the Germans refer to as “cake hour,” which was when they would eat pastries and drink coffee in the late afternoon every day (Wohlschlegel).
I was now a man and expected to help support the family. So, I did, and found employment at a local burger joint working over 40 hours a week. This really didn’t bode well for my education as I wound wind up sleeping through most of my classes. My grades declined even more although I managed to make it to my senior year. By my senior year I started out making a pretty solid effort.
Panic hit my parents. It 's senior year, I just got accepted into UW Tacoma and they see the tuition fees. They were already in shock when they had seen my Application Fee was 70 dollars. Since we are residents of Washington my tuition fee is even higher; being about 5 thousand dollars more; the estimated tuition fees for nonresidents costs $34,791, not even counting the cost of living and supplies. The estimated costs to live on campus is $11,962 per year, which still doesn 't count the costs of food; which the estimated cost of food per year is $512 but, that is just for a meal card for their cafeteria not even counting outside expenses.
Even after recent multistate closing of Chipotle Mexican Grill restaurants, there is no fear that the e. Coli infection could strike locals in the Birmingham area. According the the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as of Nov. 12 there have been 50 individual cases reported of illness caused by the Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli O26. The cases included 33 from Washington State and 19 from Oregon, the common factor is all those infected ate at the popular Chipotle restaurant days before. Due to this restaurants in Washington and Oregon were closed to investigate the possible causes of the illnesses. This restaurant is a very popular location for many students at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, so there has been growing concern as to whether or not it is safe to eat there.
An ethical dilemma that is currently going on in my community deals with a local business vs. a Chain store. The local business has been in the community for ten years or more. For the longest time it was the only grocery store in the town so they could charge whatever they wanted, because they knew that the citizens would still purchase the items because they know that the money stays in the community. The owner of the local business gives back to the community by holding events in his store during the 4th of July. The owner of this company also donates items to the school athletics.
November Shifts are running smoother. I overheard the older workers discussing how customers are going to slow down from now until January because of the family seasons and how usually customers increase again after income tax season. Additional new member joins the honeybees which makes the total of 4 new workers within the past month. Open until now the decorations went from “Back to School”, to “Working on the Fall”, to it’s “Football Season”, to “Happy Thanksgiving”. One of the older servers who been at the restaurant for years I 've been promoted to manager at a different location.