Cindy has worked the majority of her professional career in the customer service industry. She is passionate about helping others and being part of a team. Her references said that she is a strong person, dependable, has great work ethic, and willing to do anything she is asked. Cindy wants to continue to grow professionally with a company where she is part of the team and she can call home. Gaps in employment have been due to illness and the passing of immediate family members.
At age 77 J.B. is a healthy and active woman, who spent her life before retirement as a nurse working at Shriners Hospital for Children. Her mental health and wellness as she has aged has stayed strong. She has full cognitive function and is able to make sound decisions about not only her life, but others that she may care for. Her mental health I feel keeps her strong physically along with the fact that she stays active with her husband and grandchildren. Functionally she has no problem mentally or physically going about her everyday activities or any other activities that are required of her. Culturally she is versed in many different cultures as she spent much of her career caring for people as a nurse and working in hospitals. Her
Mr. Gillespie is a 21 year old male who presented to the ED after an intentional overdose on 20 600mg of Gabapentin. Per documentation from ED staff Mr. Gillespie reported he became angry at his grandmother tonight and tried to "prove a point." Mr. Gillespe reported to staff threatened to overdose on his on pills, however dumped them in the toilet. He expressed after making threats to overdose on his prescribed Celexa did not phase his grandmother, he proceeded to take her Gabapentin. Per documentation Mr. Gillespe has been living with grandmother for 2 weeks and before that was living with his mother in Cary. At the time of the assessment Mr. Gillespie was calm and cooperative. He denies current suicidal ideation, homicidal ideation, and symptoms of psychosis. He appears guarded during the assessment. He reports tonight his grandmother and he got into an argument over him getting a job. He reports his grandmother informed him he has to be out by Friday. Mr. Gillespe denies history of self harm. He
On the evening of January 5, 1993, Tracie Reeves and Molly Coffman, both twelve years of age and students at West Carroll Middle School, spoke on the telephone and decided to kill their homeroom teacher, Janice Geiger. They agreed that Coffman would bring rat poison to school the following days so that it could be placed in Geiger 's drink. After that , they would steal Geiger 's car and drive to the Smoky Mountains. On the morning of January 6, Coffman placed a packet of rat poison in her purse and board the school bus. Coffman told another student, Christy Hernandez, of the plan and show her the poison. Hernandez went and informed her homeroom teacher, Sherry
Undoubtedly, this had an impact on the school system. Timelines are strictly tracked to ensure compliance. According to DiNapoli and Bleiwas (2008), there are almost 170 different languages spoken in New York. This can make meeting timelines difficulty since children must be tested in their native language. Although it is imperative that students receive the education that they need it can be very difficult to meet timelines in certain
Demographic Segmentation fragments the market into categories according to different demographic factors, usually with regards to the wants and needs of multiple consumer groups. The
Jacquelyn Young hired the law firm of Becker & Poliakoff to represent her in her federal employment discrimination lawsuit against her employer. The firm associate that filed the action made a mistake by attaching the wrong U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) right-to-sue letter. The court dismissed the claims. The law firm did not try to re-file using the correct attachment, or try to dismiss the motion. Thirteen months later, the law firm informed Young that the claims had been dismissed, and that the firm was withdrawing from representing her further with the case.
The client was aware that the cellular device was aware that the phone was not being sold anymore. She also stated that it had been almost five years since the phone has not been in use or in a working condition. Also the phone is a flip and in today’s society it is very rare to see someone using a model phone like that or buying one.
Amanda is a middle-aged Caucasian female who resides currently in her car around. Central Brisbane. She is 36 years old and has resided in Queensland, Brisbane all her life. Having finished high-school in Ashgrove, she obtained her Certificate of Education in 1999 and commenced university studies in Business., Her work experience is limited posing potential barriers to obtaining employment. Amanda has been married for the last 19 years; seeking now to separate from her husband. Her husband, Jason, is 45 years of age and records show he holds prior violence records although she reports the abusive relationship only developed within the previous two years. She has two dependent children (Johnathon aged 9 and Kristy, aged 5 years) to Jason, and feels like she needs a fresh start without him. She is working on establishing some
Enterprise understands that they must achieve superior customer value by providing quality service and fulfilling consumer’s needs. At the same time concentrating on demographics is also a crucial factor. They can use several methods to achieve demographics data. Surveys and Government issued data can be helpful. Enterprise believes that each area has
Increase Sales: - if a business succeeds in the US, going international will likely improve the overall revenue. Approximately 96% of the world’s population lives outside of the United State and 90% of the world’s population do not speak English, that suggest that customer is global and if a business has to look beyond the end of the domestic market, you have real upside potentials