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Why should check cashing shops be outlawed?
Check cashing shops lend money at exorbitantly high rates for a short amount of time. Collection charges and practices dance along the edges of the law.
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If you own an upscale restaurant that has been very successful over the past five years, however over the past 12 months business fallen off sharply. You decide to take a look at your marketing mix for answers on how to recapture lost customers. 1. Describe the marketing mix (product, price, place, and promotion). How might the marketing mix be used to increase business in this restaurant?
Weegy: For the purposes of increasing business in a restaurant... Product: The food is crucial. Quality assurance in the food service industry is very important to the health of the business. [ If the product (menu) can be differentiated amongst competitors and stand out with a unique value to customers, it'll work out well for the restaurant. Price: Pricing strategies need to be employed effectively here. Is your restaurant an ethnic theme? Is it a luxury dining experience? If there's an intangible value added in the experience of dining here, then a premium can certainly be charged. For example, if you have the exact same cuisine as another restaurant in the area, but your restaurant is built on top of a mountain or has an ocean view, or offers live music and a full-service bar, you can probably charge 40% more than the restaurant that has none of that. Place: The place, in this unique case, is the ambiance of the restaurant and the staff. How is the food delivered to the customers? How are they being presented? What is the experience like dining in the restaurant? All of this needs to be taken into consideration because the component of the "PLACE" for a restaurant entails the entire process of getting the food into the customer's mouth. That includes the experience from when they first arrive to park their cars, and being seated promptly and offered quality service, to when the bill arrives on the table and they leave the restaurant. Promotion: This is pretty self-explanatory. How is the restaurant perceived by the community? If it's a large and happening place, how is it perceived in the greater area or even the nation? All of this needs to be managed by effective promotions. The message the restaurant sends out (either through advertisements, press features, or word of mouth) needs to be able to generate awareness and interest among potential customers and existing customers alike. ] User: Is it important for a business to understand customer ... (More)
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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 ...
Weegy: hi, you can apply 5 steps to the company management. [ you should change the situation according the theory.The Maslow motivation theory is typically represented by 5 steps: Physiological needs - such as hunger, thirst and sleep . Safety needs - such as security, protection from danger and freedom from pain. Social needs - sometimes also referred to as love needs such as friendship, giving and receiving love, engaging in social activities and group membership. Esteem needs - these include both self-respect and the esteem of others. For example, the desire for self-confidence and achievement, and recognition and appreciation. Self-actualization - This is about the desire to develop and realize your full potential. To become everything you can be. ] 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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How would that differ from using Herzberg's and McGregor's?
Weegy: Herzberg made the Motivation/Hygiene theory which affects job attitudes: Leading to Dissatisfaction - Company policy - Supervision - Relationship w/Boss - Work conditions - Salary - Relationship w/Peers Leading to Satisfaction - [ Achievement - Recognition - Work itself - Responsibility - Advancement - Growth --------------------------------------… McGregor if i'm not mistaken made Theory X and Theory Y In Theory X, managers assume their employees are inherently lazy and will avoid work if they can. They dislike work and because of this must be closely monitored. In Theory Y, management assumes employees may be ambitious and self-motivated and exercise self-control. The employee is happy and enjoys their duties in the workplace. The satisfaction behind a job well done is motivation for them. Combined, It is possible to have Theory Y attributes but still follow Theory X. --------------------------------------… In a MANUFACTURING facility, it is most likely to be a situation of Theory X. It is an assembly line, the work is not nice, the pay is not always high, the employees do not have credentials, and they follow a capitalistic ideal in which the managers do not care about them so long as the work gets done. There are not many rewards and the people cannot be trusted to do work based on the fact that it gives them satisfaction. Maslow is more of an Executive theory, Herzberg is more of a middle class managing theory. ] User: How would that differ from using Herzberg's and McGregor's? (More)
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How would you solve this problem using Maslow's motivational theory
Weegy: Hello what is the problem, i will have to see the problem first 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. (More)
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A purchase was made of 2Model J28Dl six-string acoustic guitars at 799.90 each, with cases priced at 159.90, and 3Model EA10 festival series acoustic-electric guitars at 729.90, with cases listed at 149.9. If sales tax is 6%, what is the total cost?
Weegy: 110.376 User: Can you show how you got your answer? Weegy: the answer is 1729.224 i got this answer by adding all the numbers up and dividing it by 6% then taking this answer from adding all the prices up User: A Model M3SWE mandolin has a list price of $1,299.90, with a chain discount 5/3/2. (A) What would be the trade discount amount? (B) What would be the net price? (More)
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