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How would you solve this problem using Maslow's motivational theory?
Weegy: Focus on gratitude that one has a job, that it provides one's survival needs, encourage them to find a sense of community with their co-workers. User: Things have really been happening at Sun-2-Shade, a company that manufactures self-darkening windshields. Many changes have been made and it would seem like things ought to be going smoothly. However, there are problems with the workers, and you just can't figure out what's wrong. People don't seem to be motivated, although they are being paid well. You have been in charge, made the decisions you thought were best for the company and the workers, and have even pitched in and shown people how you want things done from time to time. Everybody has their own job, and they know exactly how it's supposed to be done. You have heard some people complain that their job is boring, but you know that the way you have shown them is the best way to get things done. People come in late, and sometimes seem to actually resent your help! Most of the employees of this company are close to your age (Gen Xers and Millennials). You would really like the employees of this company to feel like they are a team. How would you solve this problem using Maslow's motivational theory? (More)
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Updated 12/8/2011 11:49:03 AM
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What? I don't see the problem that you are solving using Maslow's motivational theory. Can you please clarify?
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Zales bought a tea set for $1,400. Zales wants to markup the set 55% of the selling price. The selling price of the tea set should be: $2,030 $2,300 $3,111.11 $3,111.10 None of these
Weegy: None of these. User: With terms of 2/10, n/30: Credit period is 10 days from date of invoice Credit period is 40 days Credit period extends into 1st ten days of next month Credit period is 30 days from date of invoice None of these (More)
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Zales bought a tea set for $1,400. Zales wants to markup the set 55% of the selling price.

Selling price = 1400*100/45 = $3111.11 .

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With terms of 2/10, n/30 Credit period is 30 days from date of invoice . Also , you will get a discount of 2% if you pay within 10 days .
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Contribution margin is: Net sales Revenues plus variable cost Revenues minus variable cost Revenues divided by fixed cost None of these
Weegy: Revenues minus variable cost is the correct answer. (The Unit Contribution Margin (C) is Unit Revenue (Price, P) minus Unit Variable Cost (V):) User: If percent markup on cost and selling price is known, one is able to compute the: (Points : 2) Amount of markdown Amount of spoilage Cost Selling price at wholesale None of these (More)
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If percent markup on cost and selling price is known, one is able to compute the: cost.
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2/10, n/30 is an example of: Ordinary dating Receipt of goods End of month Extra dating None of these
Weegy: This is an example of ordinary dating receipt of goods. User: Red Jeans Inc. sells jeans that cost $16.55 for a selling price of $35.99. The percent of markup based on cost is: 117.46 percent 194.44 percent 54.02 percent 37.07 percent None of these (More)
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The percent of mark up based on cost is 117.46%.
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True or False: 16. 2/10, n/30 means the credit period is 30 days from end of discount period.
Weegy: True. (More)
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False. Credit period is 30 days from the date of the invoice.
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