I first would look and see the age ranges of each employee and see what compensation they need to be lifestyle depends. I would gather data on each employee so I can see what compensation would benefit them the best. If I have a lot of employees with children, maybe one of the compensation benefits would be child care or if I have a lot of employees almost about to retire maybe I would need a retirement package or elder care. Also, if I have a lot of employees in school maybe a tuition program. Treating people right is good for the hospital since happy employees are better employees. I also want to be fair as well. I would want to treat my employees the way I would want to be treated. I know how important health care is so I would defiantly have a plan that would fit people needs. I would also provide some way for so employees would not
The brewery will start out with 6 employees which will be the current group of partners creating this plan. The organizational chart in the following section will give a layout of the overall business breakdown. As the business grows and the need arises, we will hire and train future employees to be brewers and will explain and show hands on how to reproduce the product line. Once the product line has been established we will then proceed to hire people to handle distribution of the product to local vendors. This will also lead to the eventual hiring of people to become tour guides for future brewery tours. Our employee base will expand as we our company expands. We will have managers that will be in charge of maintenance, managers in charge of production, managers in charge of bottling, and managers in charge of distribution. These are the major aspects of our daily operation. Maintenance managers will have a group of 5 people and each person will be in
I am second in command at my law enforcement agency, and I am responsible for promoting employees' mental health and wellness. I will discuss a plan that I will implement to help employees deal with work related stress and personal problems. One is to make sure officers have plenty of rest to reduce fatigue. Also, I will make officers are well trained on work related stressors. Officers has to eat health in order to maintain mental health and wellness. Also, an exercise program help keep people in good mental health and wellness, so my officers insurance policies will pay half. I will implement checkups for officers on 6 months basis to maintain mental health and wellness. I will make sure my officer.s take well needed vacation, and take
McVey believes the city’s main concerns should be getting its financial health back, organizing its management and prioritising the economy. “We cannot put more police officers on the street, we cannot fix the potholes and the infrastructure, and fix other problems without revenue.”
What does our city do for it citizens? Our city provide for the people. We have public schools all around our city for all ages. In our city we also have public hospital or clinics that people can go to stay healthy. We will provide health care for the citizens to make it easier for them to want to be healthy. Fire and police stations will help out with crime rates and lower them, making it safe for younger and older kids to travel to public spaces to have fun.
According Edmonton’s 2012 budget report, almost all municipalities across Canada face a significant infrastructure deficit. Neighborhood renewal occurred periodically with funding from other orders of government, yet it failed to address the full life-cycle requirements of preventative maintenance, rehabilitation, and reconstruction. Over time, the condition of roads, sidewalks and sewers deteriorated, resulting in more frequent collapsed sewers, increased sidewalk hazards, and dramatically increased maintenance like pothole repairs. The Office of Infrastructure and Funding Strategy highlighted the need for ongoing funding for neighborhood infrastructure to overcome an anticipated $2.2 billion funding gap in neighborhood roads and related infrastructure.
“Restoring the City's fiscal stability has been my top priority since becoming Mayor. The Fiscal Year 2009 Proposed Budget continues the City's progress toward that goal. In the coming year, I will once again dedicate additional funding to eight significant areas of concern that had been neglected or under-funded in the past. This budget:
There are (3) reasons why I have chosen energy drinks as my NAB. First off, there is a growing market for energy drinks. Red Bull and Monster Beverage Corporation, together, form over 80% of domestic energy drinks volumes by estimates. Dollar sales for energy drinks grew almost 6% to $6.67 Billion in measured channels in 2013, which propelled sales growth for convenience stores (Team, 2014). A growing thirst for caffeinated “energy” drinks, which include the likes of Red Bull, Monster, and Rock star, has spurred a heart-thumping surge in sales. Globally, the energy drink industry has gone from a $3.8-billion business in 1999, to a $27.5-billion
Public transportation is serious need of a massive overhaul in this nation. We are in desperate need to catch up to the European standard of public transportation in this country. In Europe, citizens can travel across cities, bodies of water, and even counties with their state of the art public transportation system. Europeans are not nearly as reliant on cars and oil as the United States is because they have the much more practical option of taking the transportation provided to them by the government to where ever they need to go. They have set a model that the United States needs to strive for and meet in the near future.