Formal writing is almost always targeted at an audience that has existing knowledge on a topic. Whether it is an academic paper or a business report, the key is to know how much existing knowledge those who are to read the publication possess. In formal writing, it is important that you steer clear of slang and colorful words that you’d normally find in a creative writing publication. These types of words, however, are fine in an informal setting. Another guideline when writing in a formal style is to not use contractions (e.g.
In order to avoid the use of overtime and to keep her employees fresh, Joan decided to have employees work four ten hour shifts each week. She insists that every employee must have three consecutive days off. The work week begins on Monday and ends on Sunday. The manufacturing process requires a minimum of 20 employees. (Reid & Sanders, 2010) Answer 1: Develop a staffing plan for RWBFC in accordance with the constraints stated in the case.
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1. Position: Store Associate Reports to: Shift Manager, Department Manager Qualification: knowledge or the ability to learn customer service principles, the merchandise offered in the store; good communication and speaking skills; ability to relate to others Relevant labor market: Washington and Oregon area Timeline: continuous Activities to undertake to source well-qualified candidates: * Regional newspaper advertising * Post job opening on company website * Request employee referrals * Use kiosks in store for job applications * Use state job services * Staffing agencies * High school and college recruitment programs * Job fairs Staff members involved: HR recruiting manager, store manager, department manager Budget: approximately $12,250 for each region Position: Store Associate Reports to: Shift Manager, Department Manager Qualification: knowledge or the ability to learn customer service principles, the merchandise offered in the store; good communication and speaking skills; ability to relate to others Relevant labor market: Washington and Oregon area Timeline: continuous Activities to undertake to source well-qualified candidates: *
312 Design and produce documents in a business environment 1.1 Describe different types of documents that may be designed and produced and the different styles that could be used There are many different types of documents that may be produced in a business environment. These include: fax documents, business cards, memo, agendas, minutes, spread sheets, analysis charts, data sheets, letters, slide shows and many more. They all have different purposes and uses; Business cards: These are used to give the customer information on how to contact the company. It can be small cards. Fax Document: A fax machine can send and receive documents that include text and images simply at the push of a button.
| This source of information is an internal source in the finance department this is as they create the sales promotions and impose them. | Written | Written communication is the use of communication through words written down physically. | LTM can use written information when they are talking to their partners in different countries around the world. Another example could be them emailing other companies or schools to inform them about future plans and activities at the museum. | The purpose of this information would generally be to inform and educate people about future developments | This source of information is internal.
Within House of Fraser, 4 different types of information can be communicated. As technology improves, more ways of communicating becomes available. Traditionally, information can be communicated verbally which may take place in a meeting whereby employees can receive information directly from the source. Another traditional means of communicating to pass on information is to write it, which can be used to write to customers to inform them of new products that they may be interested in, and also to inform them of up and coming offer, this makes communicating the information more personal and direct to the customer. Within House of Fraser, they also post web-based information on their website, so that their customers can be quickly navigated to find information such as ‘how to contact us’,’ FAQ’s’, and ‘delivery options’.
Reviewing decisions is a useful tool for executives to find issues in an action plan. Issues could be the result of missing information, bias, or failure to make the correct choice initially. An effective executive recognizes when he is not the most suitable person to make decision. When these
The writer has to avoid appealing to “authorities” who are interesting but who are not experts. Another method for persuasion is using examples. The example should clearly relate to the argument and should be typical enough to support it. Avoiding examples that are not typical enough to support the general statement, it is a good way. To persuade the reader, the writer can use the method predicting the consequence.