If the item was a mere fraction of the sales price, again, they did nothing wrong. However, if it came to pass that they spent $500 on 2 purses, then flaunted them in your face, I would call that poor judgment and irresponsible spending. Not to mention, just plain stupid, since they know they are receiving a reduced fee, it is not wise to flaunt expensive items in front of the one offering you a discount, if they did indeed have a shopping spree at the Galleria. As for the legality, if the husband has found new employment and the purses were a treat from him for the new position, then they should notify you so that the fee portion of the contract could be revised to reflect the appropriate fee for services. The Texas Code of Ethics
It is all too easy for a business to remain with what has always worked in the past. It is important to constantly assess who their customers are and offer what will appeal to them. The political context of the recession has also decreased the amount of trade, we are told in the case study that ‘the business faced an increasingly threatening external environment as the economy moved into recession.’ Customers are becoming more concerned with the corporate social responsibility, this is possibly one of the reasons that certain coffee house chains were taking customers from Lodge Bistro, Costa Coffee for example make it very clear they support the developing world, they state on their website that ‘We're committed to looking after our coffee-growers. That's why in 2006, we set up the Costa Foundation.’ As ‘the role of business is primarily economic’ Preston, D., Fryer, M., Watson, G. (2012) P28, it is important to keep the stakeholders in the form of Joyce Lodge and other investors happy by continuing to make a profit. In order
Finally, they say that seller helps customers with special offers or nice discount for customer when he thinks about product. In paragraph two the writers say about skill the foot-in-the-door technique, “once someone has agreed to the small action, he or she is more likely to agree to a larger request” (504). By this statement, the writers suggest the small deals guide to big deals. Maybe the writers thought that first technique works perfectly in real life but I don’t think they were right or got the point. As my job, I have not seen a lot of customers those never think about small things and get big items.
Scott’s suggestion shows that they would be lying about the hours that they put into the audit. Some pros to Megan’s alternative are that the firm’s payable for the past years has not had any problems, that maybe this year they will only have to pull a few invoices and that they need to change the auditing plan. Scott’s suggestion allows them to complete the audit with more precision. What consequences for Brent, the auditing firm, and others involved, may arise form “eating time”, as Scott suggested? Similarly, what consequences for Brent, the auditing firm, and others involved, may arise from not completing audit procedures, as Megan suggested?
There is a saying that goes “don’t judge a book by its cover” but that’s exactly what consumers do. By the time thy use it they don’t they might not like the product and then move on to the next popular one. When an item or service is advertised it is sometimes played over and over maybe 10 or more times on one channel. This might make people tired of watching the commercial then when they go shopping they remember that that is the product I dislike watching the advertisement of and not buy it. Now when you rarely watch a commercial and maybe add humor or sorrow in an advertisement they say wow I remember that commercial it was funny or it was sad so they get it just because they remember it.
and Congress to make the necessary amendments to the current laws and regulations to prevent these two problems. His audience consists of the people of New York, those interested in tobacco laws and products, and probably a fair share of the United States considering the fact that it is a popular news source that is available online. The genre of this article is an editorial, and, as for the context, Andrew may have some bias against tobacco products due to the time era we live in, which has become strongly anti-tobacco over the years. Also, there could be some bias against the large tobacco corporations due to the struggling economy and recent government bailouts, which has brought many of the American public to look at large industries in a negative light. My understanding of the rhetorical situation has helped my understanding of this article by forcing me to look deeper into the meaning behind the words written, rather than simply glancing over it.
Essay Review: Disappointed by “Flogging” The general concept of Jeff Jacoby’s “Bring Back Flogging” is for the essay to serve as the collective voice of many people on the topic of corporal punishment, especially those who work in law enforcement. He points out how a move toward corporal punishment would bring tremendous change for Americans; those changes ranging form the state of the economy to the colossal and still mounting problem of the 250% increase of incarcerated persons since 1980 (para. 3, line 9). I strongly agree with the idea to bring back corporal punishment. In fact, the only thing in Jacoby’s essay I did not concur with was the way Jacoby offered the argument.