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    accident. There are four elements for social host liability, (1) the host knew the guest was intoxicated, (2) the host furnished alcohol to the guest even after the guest was intoxicated, (3) the guest negligently drove intoxicated, (4) the host knew or should have known the guest would have driven. McGuiggan v. New York Telephone & Telephone Co., 398 Mass. 152, 496 N.E.2d 141 (Mass. 1986). Mr. Werman knew the guest was intoxicated. However, he did not provide Ms. Carlson with alcohol. Ms. Carlson

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    The strategic planning I did previously was during my volunteer work. I decided to volunteer for the American Red Cross in Lansing. While doing so the recruitment and placement processes of the intake volunteers, which I was one of, needed a lot of work. Here is a summary of what I proposed. All of the steps listed in Berman chapter 4 were followed including preplanning, research phase and gathering of information, design with mission, vision, and goals, and lastly implementation and evaluation.

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    the right, with the handle at a 67.5 degree angle from the 12 o’clock position of the guest. (Yes, details within the standards can get this specific) Examples of Steps of Service (Hayes, HGCC Dining Room Steps of Service, 2009) : 1. Member/ Guest is seated 2. Water Delivery  Within 30 Seconds 3. Server Greets Member(s) and their Guest (s) within 30 Seconds a. If server cannot greet Member(s) and their Guest within that time frame, at the very least acknowledge their presence and state you will

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    being upheld, in an effort to maximize guest service and satisfaction. The Hotel Director oversees crew morale onboard and allocates crew cabins.  They are directly involved in the maximization of onboard revenues and will monitor and control expenses and requisitions of all hotel departments.  The Hotel Director ensures all group functions and our VIP guests are looked after. CHIEF PURSER The Chief Purser is responsible for the overall operation of the Guest Services on board and manages the

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    As future managers in the hospitality field we must be aware of what all we are responsible for when it comes to our guests. Lawsuits are becoming ever-so common, and we must know what we are liable for so that we may prevent situations before they arise. Knowing the local laws is crucial to running an efficient business and keeping yourself and your employees up to date on these laws will save you in the long run. The proper training should be given to both managers and staff about procedures and

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    impact on day-to-day business and a reputation of the hotelier. The Macmillan Dictionary (2010) provides two distinct but related definitions of hospitality. The first one defines hospitality as “friendly and generous behavior towards visitors and guests, intended to make them feel welcome” while the second definition looks at hospitality as “food, drink, and entertainment given to customers by a company or organization.” The latter definition is apparently more specific than the former in terms of

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    authority over the guests by establishing a “connection” with them, a process where the memorial acts upon the guests. This link between the individual and the space is crucial to the memorial’s political and social power, for without it, the memorial is nothing special. By validating certain historical and cultural narratives, utilizing various actors on scene, and expressing itself through different senses, the memorial aims to impose an identical experience among the guests in order to confer

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    In Albert Camus's "The Guest," an idealistic schoolmaster, Daru, is forced to make many unsettling decisions when ordered to deliver an Arab prisoner to higher authorities in Tinguit. From the beginning, after the prisoner is transferred into his custody, Daru chooses to treat him as a guest rather than a prisoner. Also, Daru decides not to cast judgment on the Arab for the crime of killing his cousin. Lastly, Daru chooses not to play God and assume the awesome responsibility of deciding another

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    received a Nobel Peace Prize for his literature. In 1957 he wrote, “L’Hôte” a word in the French vocabulary that has a double meaning translating to guest and host. Although, in English, it only translates to the guest. This is the first ambiguous clue in the story that points out Campus’s beliefs and gives readers a point of observation. “The Guest” is a short story about an Algerian-born Frenchman with the occupation of teaching. He lives in a desolate that is isolated and rarely has visitors.

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    In the short story “The Guest” by Albert Camus of France, does Daru make the correct decision? This is hard to prove with so little known after reading the story. Daru was an ex-solider from a recently ended war. He is now a teacher in a small schoolhouse that services a few near-by farmsteads and is alone most of time now due to a blizzard. While the school is not in session, he acts as the local attendant for famine relief supplies. Daru’s job was to escort a prisoner, an Arab, to the local magistrate

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