Our bakery will also have delivery services for special or extra-large orders. Our store hours will be Monday through Friday 6:00 am until 3:00 pm, Saturday 6:00 am until 12:00pm and Sunday we will be closed. Our website will be accessible 24/7 for customers to order our products for delivery or pickup on the next business day. The staff will consist of two Owners, one Manager, two full time bakers, two customer service representatives, three part time sales associates and two part time delivery drivers. The Manager will be Linda McKinney and will oversee daily operations of the business, do finances and assist where needed.
The supplier end new products to that warehouse for inventory 9. Warehouse confirm the information from HQ after receiving products 10. Warehouse sends the good s to the store for placement on shelves for customers 11. Store sells products to customers 2. a) List the specific items of information that are usually gathered at the POS (Point of Sale terminal or cash register) and recorded when a customer checks out (excluding obtaining the identity of the customer which is covered in Q3)? b) What are three important uses of this information at the store by the store manager and three important uses of this information by management at the headquarters– a total of six uses?
Drink Purchase Size and Temperature at Starbucks Selma Chigri La Habra High School Introduction How many people purchase different size drinks and temperature at Starbucks? Many people go to Starbucks each day and the behavior I wanted to observe is how many actually prefer different size and temperature drinks. On May 11,2014 I sat down with a pen and notebook and began to create a chart which include a section for each size and temperature. I began to mark down on my chart each purchase that was done. The Potential Cofounders are the number of people inside Starbucks, the time, the date, the weather, the cost of the size cup, and the arrangement of people.
Most employees want to work for Jonathan, as he often assigns his employees different duties each week so workers don’t get bored. Stephanie, for instance, can be working at the checkout counter one week, stocking shelves the next, and in the store’s culinary center the following week. The culinary center is a new service that the store is test-marketing. Employees show customers how to create exciting recipes from start to finish. It is Stephanie’s favorite place in the store to work.
J.D.’s narrative voice is considerably accommodating in the sense that it is both very clear and commentator like. In this instance, he actually begins by describing the history behind Kelso, the main focus of discussion in this scene. When the scene begins, J.D. and friend Elliot are already sitting down at the hospital’s coffee shop when Kelso, a retired doctor enters the shop. Viewers are then allowed into J.D.’s thoughts where he resultantly says, “...maybe it was the free muffins for life but Doctor Kelso still hangs out here every day.” From J.D.’s deliverance of this line, the audience sees J.D.’s comically sarcastic nature.
After I finished using the restroom I return to the front of the building. I noticed that all the seats have been taking so I decided to stand against the wall which was covered with Philadelphia Eagle posters. As I stood there waiting patiently I began to chat with other customers about the latest status of different football teams. When one of the customers got called up I went over to sit in the black leather chair he was in. The black square table that was in front of me had magazines spread out on top of it.
Public Emails are the emails that news agencies, news papers, TV channels, corporations, etc. send to their subscribers to tell them about latest news, views, prices, etc. These emails although having same text & content are sent to many persons maybe up to 10,000 or even 100,000. 2. Public Emails are applied for by many users, so many copies of public emails are stored on the hard disk of any internet based email service provider (MSN, Yahoo, AOL, etc.)
Since March 5th the video produced by San Diego non-profit Invisible Children has been shared and viewed by more than 100million people worldwide. It has become so renowned so quickly because of the platforms it used to advertise itself. The KONY 2012 campaign is directed at youths, those that viewed the video felt connected to the invisible children. With the large amount of teenagers that have access to a smart phone the video circulated dramatically and within a few days it had 50million views on YouTube. However it gained this large amount of attraction due to the way it spread.
In A Supermarket in California Allen Ginsberg is explaining how vivid Walt’s images are as if you are actually there, with him, in his poems. As the reader is walking throughout this grocery store, it becomes increasingly evident that the writer is recalling previous readings of Whitman’s, and replaying them in his mind. He is trying to get the reader to understand when he reads Whitman’s poems his descriptions are so intense that he feels as if it is actually happening. He addresses Whitman throughout the entirety of the poem as soon as he is reminded of a poem he has previously read. What I took from Ginsberg’s intense recollection of Whitman’s works is that Whitman must have left an enormous impact in his mind through poetry.
Salesmen either call in the orders between customer visits, or call or fax in all orders at the end of the day to a customer service rep. Time: 90 minutes a day. DAY TWO: Orders are processed and prepared for shipping. Deliverymen deliver orders—which may include incorrect items. DAY THREE: Returned inventory is processed, and the corrected order is sent out. AFTER Salesmen carry a smart phone, which can display product images and order entry forms.