Plot Synopsis: This film is set in Casablanca. The movie opens with soldiers trying to track down liberators. Captain Louis Renault and Major are introduced. Rick Blaine a bitter love sick man, who owns a nightclub/casino called “Rick’s Café Americain”. The first time someone speaks of Rick in the Café; they ask if he would have a drink with them.
Crystal L’Shae Smith Introduction to Legal Analysis and Writing: IRAC Paradigm PA205: Class Section 03 August 28, 2012 IRAC Paradigm: Arthur Constable Case Issue: The issue is whether Timberline Stamps constitutes a dwelling; the store has a backroom that was inhabited by the owner, Norman Timberline and his college nephew. The backroom contained a cot, sink, shower, toilet, closet, hot pate, and a small refrigerator. Rule Statement: The rule that governs this case is N.Y. Penal Law §140.00(3) (McKinney 1998). This statute defines dwelling as “a building which is usually occupied by a person lodging therein at night.
Agape’s Alcoholics Anonymous Support Group Imagine sitting in a room full of people who are sharing current suspenseful issues that they are facing. Not only are most of these stories tragic and moving, but they describe how those under the spell of addiction, want to escape and get control back over their lives. The type of meeting I attended was an Alcoholics Anonymous, or AA meeting. The meeting was held at 6501 North Charles Street at Sheppard Pratt; Gibson Building on the third level in the rear of the building. The AA meeting started at two-thirty on a Saturday.
Castle’s Family Restaurant Business Plan: Stage III Wendy Carter DeVry University Human Resource Information HRM340 Table of Contents Castle’s Family Restaurant Business Plan: Stage III 1 Wendy Carter 1 DeVry University 1 Human Resource Information HRM340 1 Executive Summary 4 Introduction 5 Company Review 5 Purpose of Job Analysis 5 Business Analysis 8 HRIS Type/Comparison 11 HRIS Vendor Recommendation 14 Conclusion 15 References 16 Works Cited 16 Executive Summary The purpose of this paper and report is to take a look at and analyze the operation functions of The Castle Family Restaurant with an outlook toward improving the daily operations of all eight restaurants. The other goal for this report is to suggest an HRIS system for potential changes that if implemented will potentially increase its functionality, profitability and growth. Introduction We want to implement an HRIS system while creating job placement for an HR position in seven of our eight family restaurants. Create an appropriately sized Public Service entails the establishment of human capacity that is sufficient in numbers and adequately balanced between managerial, professional and lower skilled staff and that addresses the distribution of capacity across spheres and sectors. Human resource related information can support planning and show trends in the use of leave, performance, incentives, training and disciplinary cases.
Intentional Torts to Property and Defenses of Intentional Torts Lena Thomas PA165-01 – Unit 3 Professor Laurence Mraz Kaplan University May 2nd, 2013 Statement of facts On a Saturday night, Leroy McPhillen was a patron of The Bottom’s Up Pub. Leroy sat near a table, seated there was a woman named Jane. An intoxicated man walked in the bar and began shouting obscenities Jane. As the woman ignored the man, the man then approached the woman in a threatening manner. Before the man reached the woman, Mr. McPhillen invited the man to join him for a drink.
Counting tills, floats, adding up at the end of a night and doing the banking * Stocking shelfâ€™s, Making orders and taking deliveryâ€™s * Support and supervision of staff Jersey Bowl Bar Maid August 2012 â€“ October 2012 Duties/responsibilities * Serving drinks and taking food orders * Waiting tables, Prepare tables and functions * Communicating with staff members and management at a busy night Barchester Health Care â€“ Orchard House Care Assistant April 2009 â€“ July 2012 * Supporting the elderly and assisting with personal care * Social activities to make lives more fulfilling * Preparations of meals and assisting
Operation Management City College Case Week 5 Jaime Mesia Operation Management City College Case Week 5 Jaime Mesia Case Chick-N-Gravy Dinner Line What should Ann recommend to the manager? Data can be organized in a number of ways. One useful way is the following: Defect | | | Under filled | | Missing Item | | Spilled/Mixed | | Unacc. taste | | Improper seal | | | | #1 | #2 | | #1 | #2 | | #1 | #2 | | #1 | #2 | | #1 | #2 | | Morning | 0 | 1 | 1 | 11 | 0 | 11 | 2 | 2 | 4 | 14 | 7 | 21 | 0 | 5 | 5 | Afternoon | 3 | 1 | 4 | 0 | 7 | 7 | 4 | 6 | 10 | 0 | 1 | 1 | 1 | 5 | 6 | | 3 | 2 | 5 | 11 | 7 | 18 | 6 | 8 | 14 | 14 | 8 | 22 | 1 | 10 | 11 | This gives a breakdown by morning/afternoon as well as Line #1/Line #2. Histograms (totals, morning/afternoon, and Line #1/Line #2) could be constructed to highlight problem areas.
Miller v. California is a case dealing with Miller, an owner of an adult oriented business that solicits through mass mailings, and a manager and mother on the opposite end receiving the printed material. Miller sent five unsolicited brochures to a restaurant in Newport Beach, California that consisted primarily of explicit pictures, with some printed material. Upon opening the materials received from Miller, the restaurant manager and his mother complained to the police, who charged Miller under a California obscenity statute. Miller was convicted of a misdemeanor by jury trial, and upheld by the Court of Appeals. Miller was charged with a misdemeanor against the publisher for violations of California Penal Code 311 and 311.2 (a), distributing
Using the table below, prepare a standardised work document that suggests ways to eliminate variance for a chosen process where you work. Alternatively, choose one of the following processes: [4.2] * Safe preparation of food at a fast food restaurant * Operating a supply lift in a supermarket * Locking up an office for the weekend Your standardised work document should include factors such as: * Types of material used * Description of the process (inputs/outputs) * How work flows * Layout of the area * People involved * Kind of actions that occur * Time taken * Any tools used. Work process document | Name: Standardised Work Document | Work process: Locking up the office for the weekend
The Greensboro Sit-in of 1960 [pic] This consists of four African American college students by the name of Franklin McCain, David Richmond, Joseph McNeil, and Ezell Blair. They walked into a white only restaurant sat down at the lunch counter and asked for service. According to the laws of Jim Crow, “It shall be unlawful to conduct a restaurant or other place for the serving of food in the city, at which white and colored people are served in the same room. Unless such white and colored persons are effectually separated by a solid partition extending from the floor upward to a distance of seven feet or higher, and unless a separate entrance from the street is provided for each compartment” ("Examples Of Jim Crow Laws", 1996-2015). The purpose for their acts of