Topics: De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde, Mission statement, De La Salle University Pages: 3 (599 words) Published: June 19, 2014
1. Fast Food Restaurant: JOLLIBEE
a. The lack of quality service of Jollibee can be distinguished through their way of serving their food & the nutritional quality of their food. b. I think the items that must be stocked in addition to the food are utensils, tissue, a straw and gravy if needed. c. Employee scheduling is important because it creates an order and a flow to your business. Everyone knows when they’re supposed to work, which allows them to focus on their job. Proper scheduling allows a boss to determine how well the work gets done and by whom. It also helps the manager to determine how many part-time and freelance workers are needed for the company. d. One extremely important decision about opening or owning a restaurant is determining seating capacity. No matter how your restaurant may be set up, determining the capacity of your restaurant is crucial for day-to-day operations, kitchen management and staffing. Whether you go with a large-scale or small-scale restaurant, its capacity could be the single greatest influence on the restaurant as a whole. Capacity decision can also affect the strategic and tactical decisions needed for the restaurant. 2. Two stores: Bench & Penshoppe

a. I picked those stores because of their decent pricing. Even though their prices are low the quality of their clothes are slightly similar to their competitors. They also offer some styles of clothes that can be found on some expensive boutiques. Their style of clothing are more on the casual clothes.

3. Mission statements:
a. College of Saint Benilde
At De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde, we believe that it is in community that we create and nurture a learning climate promoting success through mutual support and respect for all learners. As a learner-centered institution, we recognize diversity by addressing various needs, interests and cultures. As a community of students, faculty, staff and administrators, we strengthen our relationships through...
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