26 August 2015

Aspect of contract of negligence for business
Scenario:  This scenario continues, as before, in Assignment Brief B.  You are working as a legal assistant for one of the senior partners in a local firm of solicitors.  They have asked you to consider the following case studies and to prepare a report for each one.  Your reports will require you to consider each set of circumstances and to express your recommendations, based on your knowledge of UK law.


Case study  4

One night, Mark decides to check in at the Poshplace Hotel, which is owned by Ben. Later that night, Mark is in his room when a masked man enters and threatens to harm him unless he hands over his valuable antique jewellery. Mark hands it over. The thief later turns out to be Neil, the hotel gardener, who had stolen a master key to the hotel room.

Meantime, downstairs in the kitchen, Roger, the dishwasher, is complaining about the skin rash he has developed as a result of long periods of washing up. Although rubber gloves are available, most employees do not use them. Colin, the head chef, is getting fed up with Roger and in his anger, knocks Roger unconscious with a frying pan.

Meanwhile, to cheer himself up, Mark later decides to go to the Hotel pool for a swim. A sign on the pool door reads: ‘Pool closed between 7.00pm and 7.00 am. No entry to visitors during these hours; ‘Dangerous when unattended’. Mark reads but ignores the sign and enters. He cannot find the light so just jumps in. In fact, the pool has been emptied and Mark is badly injured and tears his expensive designer swimming trunks

Task  4:  LO4 (LO 4.1, LO4.2 4.2), M3, D3

Evaluate the accuracy of each of the seven statements ( A-G, below)  individually, as they apply to the facts in the above scenario. Apply the elements of the tort of negligence and defences and apply the elements of vicarious liability in these situations.

Statement A: Neil does not owe Roger a non-delegable duty of care as an employer to provide a safe working environment.

Statement B: Roger can bring a claim in vicarious liability against Neil for Colin’s actions.

Statement C:  The Poshplace Hotel is liable to Mark under the Occupiers’ Liability Act 1957.

Statement D: The Poshplace Hotel is not liable to Mark under the Occupiers’ Liability Act 1984 because of its warning notice.

Statement E: Mark can use ordinary negligence principles in his claim against Poshplace.

Statement F: Under the Occupiers’ Liability Act, Mark will not be able to claim for the cost of his designer swimming trunks.

Statement G: Mark can bring a claim in vicarious liability against Poshplace Hotel for the loss of his jewellery.

To achieve M3, the learner is able to organise their views in a logical and coherent manner that is appropriate for familiar and unfamiliar audience and be able to convey the prevailing legal judgements in a clear and relevant format.  To achieve D3, the learner will be able to use analytical and creative thinking with a broader understanding of the business environment while identifying its relevance to law.

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26 August 2015

Jimmy spices buffet restaurant in birminghamJimmy spices buffet restaurant in birmingham

Learning Outcomes

i. Demonstrate an understanding and insight of the hospitality business environment within the context of operations development.
ii. Analyse hospitality operations resource capability and performance in relation to market requirements and strategy development.
iii. Critically evaluate the extent to which theoretical concepts could be used in the process of operations strategy development.
iv. Appraise issues that could affect the implementation and sustainability of operations strategies.



Assignment Remit:

You have been commissioned to make an assessment of a hospitality operation, or department within that operation (it can be the operation you looked at as a group).

“An analysis and evaluation of the extent to which operational resources and processes are configured to deliver a sustainable competitive advantage.”


Adopt a Resource Based View of how competitive advantage is created. Make justified recommendations for any changes to resources or processes that will ensure that a competitive advantage is sustainable.


Format

This is an individual report, with a maximum of 3,500 words.


Further Guidance & Grading Criteria

Models and concepts discussed in lectures should feature prominently (but not exclusively) in your reports. It is expected that you supplement this basic information by reference to journal articles that further develop the models and concepts introduced.

Please note that this is not a marketing or brand management assignment and that the focus should be on applying knowledge communicated in Hospitality Operations Development lectures.

It is recognised that you may not have access to information about some operational processes. You may need to make some reasonable assumptions about existing operational processes.

The College’s Generic Grading Criteria for HE work at Level 7 (Postgraduate level) apply to this assignment

Plagiarism
Please note that this assignment is an individual piece of work and should represent your own individual effort. College policy in case of plagiarism/cheating will apply.

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26 August 2015

Social Media Integration into Advertising Strategy

he Cost Cutter segment is a large segment that looks for a very easy-to-use
computer for very basic office applications. The segment is very price sensitive.

2. The Workhorse segment is the largest group of customers. They want a PC for
a variety of office workers to use. It should have substantial capability and
flexibility, although not top of the line. Ease of use is more important than high
performance. It should also be modestly priced.

3. The Innovator segment is a small segment that uses a computer for large
computational problems (engineering, accounting, inventory management). The
segment wants the latest technology and will pay a small premium for this high
performance. 

4. The Mercedes segment is looking for a high-performance computer to use in
sophisticated engineering and manufacturing applications. Mercedes customers
are willing to pay substantially more for high performance. At the start of the
exercise, Mercedes customers are not in the market for PCs. They prefer
mainframes and minicomputers. It is not likely that Mercedes customers will be
willing to buy until sometime in the second year when new computer technology
is introduced.

5. The Traveler segment wants a practical computer to use on the road. Traveler
customers are executives and salespeople who travel a great deal. This segment
is moderately price sensitive.

Cadotte and Bruce (2003) state “Your overall marketing strategy should include an
integrated marketing communication (IMC) strategy. That is, all forms of communication
with your target audience should be designed to have a common message and support
each other” (pg. 163). To achieve penetration to your target markets, you must keep
consistency but also differentiate your advertisement campaigns to accommodate for
individual market segments. “Advertisers use multiple outlets to ensure you place
advertisements in media that that their ad campaign is seen” (Cadotte & Bruce, 2003,
p.165). Social media is a relative newcomer to the marketing and advertising toolbox
and must be integrated carefully into the overall strategy and more importantly into the
strategy for each target audience
In a 4-6 page APA formatted paper
Report on the leading edge trends in integrating social media into traditional
marketing and advertising campaigns.
Create specific recommendations for incorporating social media into the market
segments your company is targeting.
Include a detailed discussion of how these recommendations fulfill the balance of
integrated and differentiated requirements as recommended by Cadotte and
Bruce (2003).

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26 August 2015

Business
BUSINESS REPORT
Due at the Start of Class on Friday, June 6, 2014, 9:30 a.m.

You will write an analytical report about a business-related issue. The body of your report should be double-spaced and should comprise no fewer than four and no more than six pages. The report must contain the following parts:

Title page
Table of contents
Introduction
Body
Summary/Conclusions
Works Cited page

Please note that the title page, table of contents, and works cited page are in addition to the four to six pages in the body of the report.

You should use the MLA (Modern Language Association) style to acknowledge your sources. (This style is described in your HOW book and in Appendix C of your textbook.) Your Works Cited page will list all sources used to write your report, which may include Internet articles, books, journals, and personal interviews.

Originality. You must use your own words/language/ideas/thoughts EXCEPT when you credit your source. When you use another’s words exactly, use quotation marks and cite your source. When you paraphrase another’s ideas, cite your source. When you find the same information in at least five different places, you may assume that the ideas are general knowledge and not cite a source. DO NOT PLAGIARIZE!


Sources of Information. You will be required to reference five sources in your paper. At least two of the sources must come from the Library’s article databases, encyclopedias, or interviews. You may also use up to three articles found from searches on the Internet. Proper credit should be given to your sources as described above, both in the body of your report (as an internal citation), as well as on your Works Cited page.

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26 August 2015

Juvenile Delinquency Prevention and Treatment

Compare and contrast juvenile delinquency prevention and treatment. The paper should address the following:
-a description of delinquency prevention, the fundamental principles of prevention, examples of the types of prevention that have been used, and an analysis of the effectiveness of the prevention (successes and/or failures)
-a description of delinquency treatment, the fundamental principles of treatment, examples of the types of treatment that have been used, and an analysis of the effectiveness of those treatment programs (successes and/or failures)
-a discussion of which aspects of prevention and treatment are similar, and which are different
-an explanation of the overall importance of prevention and treatment—why are both critically necessary components of the juvenile justice system, and to what extent are they interrelated?

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