One of the stylists serves as the manager, receiving an extra $500 per month. In addition to the base salary, each stylist receives a commission of $6 per haircut. Each stylist can do as many as 20 haircuts a day, but the average is 14 haircuts each per day. The Cute Cut Salon is open an average of 24 days per month. Other financial information is as follows: (18 marks) Advertising | $500 per month | Rent | $1,000 per month | Supplies | $1.50 per haircut | Utilities | $300 per month plus $0.50 per haircut | Magazines | $50 per month | Cleaning supplies | $0.25 per haircut | Price per haircut | $15 | a. Compute the fixed costs per month, the variable costs per haircut, the contribution margin and the monthly break-even point for the number of haircuts.
This essay is focused around the idea of that makes you a good citizen in The eyes of our government. In my opinion, I believe that the author took it a bit far When he talked about crying while grocery shopping because he is working himself into An even bigger debt, just to be considered a loyal citizen. The whole essay revolves Around the ideas of negative consumerism. The government may tell you to shop more, But that does not mean you have to spend all you have because even if each family In United States bought one or two items at the grocery store, it would still increase Productivity. In my opinion, being a good citizen is obeying the laws, showing Appreciation to the flag, and having any job is more than enough “thanks” to the Government.
Sesame Street Pampers are expected to sell on the premium end of the market. Retail prices for disposable diapers range from $.25 to $.40 each. This is a very profitable category for retailers as they generally take a 50-60% margin. Disposable diaper manufacturers generally make about a 40% margin. P&G has capacity to produce about 5 million Sesame Street Pampers per year.
However the client does take his medication sometimes if given to him by another medically trained individual. Bi 2 In the case of a client not wanting to have a bath or a shower in the past, I have taken the route of explaining to them clearly the risks involved in not keeping clean (Having poor personal hygiene, skin breaking down, pressure sores occurring), if this fails I may mention to them the social benefits of being clean and fresh when they are around other people. I also have mentioned the benefits of having good personal hygiene when they intend to be in the kitchen relating to independence skills of being able to prepare their own food. Sometimes a client may need a bit of time to think about the things we have spoken about.Sometimes if a client remains adamant not to bath/shower then alternatives are offered ie; a strip wash or hair washed over the bath if that was what was needed or extra help and encouragement depending on the exact
Put the liquid on the sponge and then rub on them and raise well with water. Make sure there is not liquid and dirt left on them and Never use for ready to eat food the same chopping board you have used for raw meat unless you washed thoroughly. Damp sponges and cloths are best place for bacteria can breed. Studies have indicated that kitchen sponge has highest number germs in the home. So it is important to wash, replace sponges, cloths and tea towels frequently.
In order to change something needs to be said or dealt with. So, what do you do when the favorite place you shop at are treating their own employees unfairly and unjustly? “We focus on doing the right thing and we stay the course”, quoted by Walmart, CEO. The High
How to Properly Wash Your Hands March 7, 2012 It may be hard to believe that something as simple as regular hand washing can make a difference in a family’s health, but proper hand washing can have a big impact on a family’s risk for getting sick. Even though most people know to wash their hands, most do not know how to wash properly. Knowing when to wash, preparation, washing, and drying are essential to the proper hand washing technique. Hand washing is easy to do and it is one of the most effective ways to prevent the spread of infection and illness. As one touches people, surfaces, and objects throughout the day, germs accumulate on ones hands.
However, some canned foods can cause fatal diseases like botulism. Dried foods such as crackers, cookies, cereal, chips and pasta are usually safe to eat, once they are free from visible contaminates. Eighner shows how dumpster diving is a full time job that requires a lot of effort but following the stages of the process can help someone to become efficient. One stage is knowing a good place and time to look for food and other items that could be useful. For example the author says, students throw out canned goods and staples at the end of semesters and when they give up college at midterm.
I believed that it is actually practiced in a lot of places. I believe in the saying that if you treat your employees right than they will make sure the customers are happy and will return to that business. When a customer receives bad service nine times out of ten they do not return. This means that they also tell their family and friends not to visit this company because of the bad service and/or food. When I go to a place to spend my money, I like good customer services as well as good food.
Such as a suit store will have ties selling at ten dollars per unit, shirts at thirty per unit, paints and so on, this is an example of sales mix. The formula illustrated in chapter 6-12, as I show above, which uses unit selling price minus unit variable costs equals contribution margin per unit. if you use this formula and if you increase the unit selling price you will have a higher contribution margin per unit. An example of this is; if my company DL inc. sells dishwashers at eight hundred dollars per unit and its variable cost per unit is three hundred dollars , how much it cost to make, my contribution margin is five hundred dollars. So if I raise my dishwashers sales from eight hundred dollars to nine hundred I will increase my contribution margin by a hundred dollars.