Motive – A person's inner state the directs the individual toward satisfying a felt need
Businesses seek to make profits – true
motivation factors – esteem, accomplishment, contribution, responsibility, acknowledgement, recognition, growth
Duty to a Invitee – owe them the highest level of care.
Salmonellosis – Bacteria – Salmonella spp.
Exemplary guest service – consistent hospitality service that exceeds guests' expectations
individual plan (benefits) – plan that provides a benefit for one person or family
Invoice – a form describing the goods sold, the quantity, and the price, sometimes called and itemized bill
Exposure measures – Means used to track how many potential customers have been exposed to advertisements.
Separation checklist – A list of activities to be completed for employees who are leaving the organization
Geographics – statistics about where people live
Personal selling – Face-to-face selling in which a seller attempts to persuade a buyer to make a purchase
Quality Control – The role of quality control is to operate and when necessary correct the process so that it performs with optimal effectiveness.
facilitating products – goods or services that aid the use of the core product
A manager should use progressive discipline in order to accommodate the supervisor show a commitment to employee success? – when unacceptable performance continues. It compares actuarial performance to expected performance.
Ideally, diversity training programs should – Deal with the present, not dwell on the past
Apples – Also part of the pome family, this is the most common and commonly appreciated of all fruits; it is harvested when still slightly under ripe, then stored in a controlled atmosphere for extended periods until ready for sale
Table drop – The amount of money and markers in a gaming table's crop box that players have exchanged for chips at that table. The table drop is a good measure of gaming activity within a casino.
W-4 form – At the end of the year, a company is responsible for giving each employee a…
Pomegranate – A thin-skinned fruit filled with hundreds of juice-filled ruby seeds