She seem that Janet is lying on her paperwork saying that she sees her clients on their schedule date but her clients state they haven’t seen her at all. Janet is also filling out all of the necessary paperwork on the dame day with the same notes and times. This is impossible to do so it means that none of her notes are true and adequate and she is reporting false information. Janet is not referring her clients when needed and is not doing her job right. Fidelity—is respecting the trust that clients place in their helpers and guarding in keeping promises and being honest in their interactions with
In groups of three or four, make a list of possible reasons that the actual ending inventory might not agree with the ending inventory according to a computer system. Jason Tierro, an inventory Jason Tierro, an inventory clerk at Lexmar Company, is responsible for taking a physical count of the goods on hand at the end of the year. He has been performing this duty for several years. This year, Jason was very busy due to a shortage of personnel at the company, so he decided to just estimate the amount of ending inventory instead of doing an accurate count. He reasoned that he could come very close to the true amount because of his past experience working with inventory.
She worked the rest of the week and was terminated that Friday. When asked for prove of decline in sales during Natalie’s employment, Ms. Baker could not provide any. However, she did provide the names of two longtime customers who requested a different table when seated in Natalie’s section the day before she was fired because of the tattoo. In July 2010, Natalie filed for unemployment compensation. Her claim was denied by the New Mexico Employment Security Board on the grounds that she was terminated for “misconduct” and was therefore ineligible for unemployment compensation.
The tattoo was partially covered by the waitress uniform, but the lower portion near the elbow could be seen when the short-sleeved uniform was worn. Biddy Baker was appalled by Ms. Attired’s tattoo and told her she must have the tattoo removed. Ms. Attired refused to have the tattoo removed and was terminated later that week on Friday. Biddy Baker stated that customers did not want Ms.
The lower part of the tattoo could be seen as it was not completely covered by her work uniform. The owner of Biddy’s Tea House, Ms. Baker was upset by Natalie’s changed appearance and advised Natalie Attired that if she did not remove the tattoo that she would be fired. Attired refused to remove her tattoo and was terminated from Biddy’s Tea House on the grounds of misconduct. Owner Ms. Baker acknowledged that there is no employee handbook or work policy entailing work conduct or attire. Baker was also unable to prove a loss in sales during the time Natalie Attired was employed.
She was also disciplined for being away from her work station because she was on the floor of the warehouse. She claimed she needed to be on the floor because of her job and had done this numerous times before. She was only restricted after the company learned of her union support. The company did not review her day to day actions and make changes so she would not have to visit the warehouse, which could have solved the problem. Instead the company disciplined yet not the warehouse employees she was speaking with.
For the first two months of the year, Alyssa worked for Staples, Inc., as an employee. In March, Alyssa accepted a new job with Super Toys, Inc. (ST), where she worked for the remainder of the year. This year, the Johnsons received $255,000 of gross income. Determine the Johnson’s AGI given the following information: a. Expenses associated with Jeremy’s store include $40,000 in salary (and employment taxes) to employees, $45,000 of cost of goods sold, and $18,000 in rent and other administrative expenses.
Golden Buffalo, Inc. Supply Management July 14, 2013 Golden Buffalo, Inc. Study Case Ruben Gomez is a supply manager at Golden Buffalo, Inc. which is a publisher of textbooks. Sales at Golden Buffalo last year were $45 million. Ruben’s department purchases paper, printing equipment, office and printing supplies. The supply management department reports directly to the General Manager, George Zinke who is satisfied with the operating results and information that is reported in the weekly meetings that are held with the manager of marketing, the director of operations, the director of acquisitions, the finance manager, and Ruben Gomez who is the supply manger. The supply department consists of Ruben, three supply managers, an expeditor, and three clerks.
May 15th, 1974 – Mrs. Mitchell was written up for being uncooperative and insensitive to her co-workers. May 24th, 1974 – Mrs. Mitchell became belligerent and verbally abusive when switched from dispensing medication to floor duty, she called the Director of Nurses (Ms. Stoope) and another nurse’s aide (Carol Skurlock) “birdbrains”. During this exchange she also suggested that the work detail assignments were being changed because Miss Skurklock was white and therefore receiving favorable treatment. She went on to refuse medical duty until the date of her termination. June 4th, 1974 – Mrs. Mitchell arrived to work at her scheduled time and punched her time card for eight hours (hours she had not yet worked).
Mrs. Fielding tried to assure her husband that everything would be okay. When she arrived at the hospital, Mrs. Fielding and Enzo waited two hours for Rebecca to receive a Caesarean section. For some reason unknown, the nurses and doctor were unable to perform this procedure at the time she arrived.