One Day I Could Never Forget Christina Behm COMM/215 One Day I Could Never Forget Talking about the healthcare brings me back to the day I started as a CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant). There I was sitting in my car, rewinding the day in my head like a video on slow rewind. Today was my first day as a CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant), and I bolted through the doors excited about my new job, only to have been met in the face with a stench that you could not deny that was of urine and feces
Legislation is Being Created to Keep Concealed Carry Permit Holder’s Information Out of Public Records COMM/215 February 24, 2013 Legislation is Being Created to Keep Concealed Carry Permit Holder’s Information Out of Public Records Governor Paul LePage has made the correct decision when he created legislation to remove Concealed carry permit holder’s identification and address from public records. The Maine’s Freedom of Access Act needs be exercised by Maine Citizens, but it should not
ABC Case Study Matthew Metzger COMM/215 Febuary 28, 2013 Mrs. Castleberry ABC Case Study Overview: The media company ABC has hired a new campus recruiter named Carl Robins. In the first few months of his employment with ABC, He completed hiring his first group of new people. As he is getting prepared for his new recruits to start there orientation, he realizes that there are many mistakes and unfinished sections while reading the final review of there new hire applications. These types of
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Prison Rehabilitation Programs Effectiveness of Prison Rehabilitation COMM/215 – Essentials of College Writing Judicial systems and correctional facilities are examining the effectiveness of current rehabilitation programs for prisoners, and investigating new or alternative programs. Included are statistics on the current status of Michigan prison populations, data regarding specific crimes, and sentence lengths. Major reasons for crime are also discussed. We examine the types of
There has been a lot of debate over drug testing as an eligibility requirement for welfare recipients to receive benefits recently. Many Americans agree with the drug testing as a requirement for those seeking benefits, while others, such as the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) are claiming that drug testing is unconstitutional and is a violation of the fourth amendment of the constitution. The fourth amendment reads “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and
Case Study Christian Fost Comm/215 Mark Polanzak September 29, 2012 Introduction Carl Robins took on too much too soon when he hired 15 new recruits, when he himself had only been on the job for six months. After reading the situation at hand I have found there to be many issues with the way Abc’s new campus recruiter Carl handled the orientation he planned. Background Carl Robins hired fifteen new recruits in April, he scheduled their orientation for June 15th .
Thesis Statement Organization can be the determining factor and whether a company is successful or not successful. The first major problem started with new campus recruiter Carl Robins for ABC, Inc., which he appeared to be inexperienced and lacked organizational skills. Carl Robins had no clue on what his job duties and the time frame and deadlines that had to be met for the new hire orientation. Communication within the organization seemed to be an issue with this organization.
Case Study Analysis Rouven Scheurer COMM/215 August 20, 2012 Renee R. Gravatt Case Study Analysis INTRODUCTION In this case study about Carl Robins, a number of problems occurred. I found issues in the recruiting process, as a result of lack of training that Carl Robins did not receive from starting his new recruitment job in which he was hired six months ago. With that being said, ABC Inc. made the wrong decision by assigning Carl Robins to the job of recruiting new hires. The company
COMM 215 Final Exam Solution http://www.homework-bank.com/downloads/comm-215-final-exam-solution/ COMM 215 Final Exam Solution 1. The following word group is a FRAGMENT: That movie, one of my favorites. 2. The following word group is a FRAGMENT: The local baseball team, needing a good pitcher most of all. 3. The following word group is a FRAGMENT: Using a flashlight, he looked under the bed for his shoes. 4. The capitalized verb agrees with the subject: Three employees