5.1. Describe the types of mail services used in business organisations • Post Office Services – The post office service such as Royal Mail will often deliver and collection an organisations post, saving time and effort from staff having to take this to a collection point. Usually, this will be collected if the organisation has its own franking machine to prepare all out-going mail with the correct postage paid on it. • Couriers – These are used for more bulky packages, which are required in urgent matters but is often more expense than using Royal Mail services for example. • Overseas
It is also very important that the mailing service used is efficient and convenient, using the franking machine is convenient for the post team, therefore this is how letters are sent from Parking and Traffic Control department. When sending internationally it is important to take the price into consideration as the price can often change depending on the weight of the parcel and how far it is going, As Traffic and Parking Control do not send packages this is not something I have had to do, however I would assume that price would be a determining factor for the departments who do send parcels when choosing a courier company, in addition to this the value of the parcel or letter must be accounted for and therefore choosing a courier service that offers a form of insurance might be an important
In order to live a modest life style postal employees had to seek second jobs to make ends meet. The income needed to live unpretentiously was near $11,000.00 annually (Shannon). Without pay increases for 2 years as assured by union leaders, most of the staff was not going to be able to afford to live and feed their families under these circumstances. Working conditions at the post office during this time frame were much different than they are today in the mail industry (Rubio). There was a lack of growth and career opportunities within the organization.
Downtown in New York City, The Common is located south of City Hall Park, some people might know the history from the 1700s. When the British created the Stamp Act in 1765 people began to protest at the Commons to get it repealed. One year after the Act was placed the Sons of Liberty built the “liberty pole” as a sign of freedom and independence. In 1765, colonists began to rebel because they disagreed with the Act. The Commons was the location where George Washington read the Declaration of Independence to the people in front of City Hall. In 1766, Americans were in search for independence and form their own government. Today, the Commons is known as City Hall Park that holds many status and plaques from the colonial era and beyond.
' The main aim for the firm is to stay as the UK 's leading supermarket and provide good quality services and products at a low cost so that they are cheaper than their competitors. Their objectives are to maximise sales which will increase their profits. They want to decrease their prices to make shopping cheaper for the average household. They want to introduce healthier products which will attract more customers and they want to help reduce food waste worldwide and guaranteeing surplus food goes to those in need. Brockenhurst college has many community values *********** Tesco is a public limited company (PLC) which means the public can buy shares in the firm.
If we didn’t get rid of the postal rule obviously, nothing would change. Nothing would be different as the postal rule is still a common use in contract law today. So, all the rules which apply to contracts using the postal services and the postal rule, would still apply and still be
3a. The American Revolution affected everyone in American society in a variety of ways in men, women, Patriots, Indians, loyalists, and slaves because of the series of events that had taken place. The events included the Seven Years’ War, which ended with the Treaty of Paris in 1763, the Sugar act of 1764, the stamp act of 1765. The sugar act of 1764 was the first in a series of acts that attempt to execute more strict way of rules of trade within the British Empire. The Tamp act of 1765 imposed direct taxes on many items including newspapers and legal documents. The British viewed the Proclamation of 1763 as an attempt to restrict economic growth and the Stamp act as a way to impose direct taxation on the colonies. The responses of many were
Yet, with the recent proposed merger between FedEx and TNT Express, currently the third and fourth largest player, its market position may slide to the third in the market, according to the prediction of Reuters. The merger of FedEx and TNT would not only provide them with a greater client reach, but also more capacity for strategic pricing and united marketing effort in the light to make more attractive offerings and build a stronger brand. In addition, as the two have their transportation networks combined, it may prompt an improvement in their efficiency of leveraging distribution channels and hence a save in capital for further development. If that should apply, it would undoubtedly intensify the competition that UPS faces and threatens its market share. 4.2.
The Stamp Act required stamps for public documents for legal documents since Great Britain was left with a large national debt from the Seven Years’ War. The British government felt that since the colonies benefited from the war, they should contribute to the expenses. “In 1742, Paul Faneuil had built a center of commerce, but with so many issues we were having, many of us used it as a meeting place. ”(Stamps of Injustice 1 )People lost money by the masses and smuggling things became a solution. “Who
By the given operational timings, the sales that Cadbury will make will vary as consumers does not have a fixed schedule as when they are able to buy from Cadbury. Porters’ Five Forces This external analysis is a force that utilizes five different dynamics to determine the viability of an organization and how it manipulates the competitive strategy of the corporation. With the implementation of this analysis, Cadbury would be able to meticulously scrutinize what are the advantages and disadvantages that they are currently or might face and hence, able to prepare themselves to avoid landing themselves in the foreseen situation. Threat of new entrants/Potential Competitors
Each of the forces is determined how competitive in that industry as well as the structure of the industry. Porter’s five forces factors are consists of competitive rivalry, the threat of new entrants, the threat of substitutes, bargaining power from
Porter’s five forces interact to shape the competitive landscape facing port authorities and port service providers. The 5 forces are stated below; 1. The rivalry among existing competitors 2. The threat of new competitors 3. The potential for global substitutes 4.
Porters Five Force Model Michael Porter developed a model for analysing the industry within which a business operates which is widely used in today’s competitive markets. The success of this model rests in the fact that it takes a holistic view of the industry in which the business is operating, and not a piece- meal approach which looks at each aspect in isolation. The Porter 's Five Forces tool is a simple but powerful tool for understanding where power lies in a business situation. This is useful, because it helps you understand both the strength of your current competitive position, and the strength of a position you 're considering moving into.
Secondly, Porter’s Five Forces Model is used to analyse the level of rivalry in the market, the attractiveness for potential new entrants, the power of suppliers, the power of buyers and the threat of substitution. This will allow us to see a holistic view of the industry in the market environment. Thirdly, the PESTLE framework is used to analyse the factors within the macro environment that are influencing