CRM 123 SLU Voluntary Act Presumption of Innocence & Mala Prohibida Discussion.
Please answer the below 3 questions, in full, using APA format, double spaced and please include references.You may use internet sources and the textbook for the course is:Schubert, F. A. (2015). Introduction to Law and the
Savannah Technical College Pricing Strategies & Business Environment Discussion.
Legal System (11th ed.). 1. Voluntary acts are normally necessary for criminal liability. Can and should one be held responsible for involuntary acts? Please discuss under what conditions people should be criminally liable for having omitted to act. Provide some examples.undefined2. Defendants in a criminal case are presumed innocent until proven guilty. Even if that defendant were caught in the act, guilt must be proven by the prosecutors beyond a reasonable doubt. Discuss whether you think innocent until proven guilty is the best constitutional presumption, or whether the presumption should change to guilty until proven innocent.undefined3. Please describe the difference between a mala in se crime and a mala prohibida crime. Discuss the different elements of proof (e.g. criminal intent) between the two types of crimes.
CRM 123 SLU Voluntary Act Presumption of Innocence & Mala Prohibida Discussion
Part 1Why can Prada sell a handbag for $2,000 that costs the firm a little more to manufacture than the $200 bag sold at a department store? At the other end of the pricing spectrum, why would a consumer goods company provide a coupon that makes their new snack product all but free? We learned in the Elder Care scenario that there are a number of pricing strategies firms can use to achieve their marketing objectives. Do they want to build market share, create a perception of exclusivity, or simply get you to try those new cookies?Consider the product you are using for your marketing plan. How would you price it to achieve your objectives? Describe the pricing strategy you would use to introduce your product to the market, and why you selected that strategy over other options. Be very precise – you must use the correct terminology to receive ANY points.Your analysis must include:If your choice a long-term or short-term strategy?What advantages or disadvantages do you foresee?Suppose that sales are not meeting your objectives, what change might you make in your pricing? As always, college level writing is expected and your post should be a minimum of 300 words.Part 2Earlier in the course we learned why supply chain management is so important to marketing managers. If we don’t own it, we cannot sell it! This week you’ll create a simple supply chain for your marketing plan.
Neo-liberalism. Neo-realism. Two concepts that have caused on of the great scholarly debates for international relations. After the devastation of World War II the major concern of the day was to try and understand how such a conflict could be avoided in the future. This lead to the study of the inter-dependence of states and whether states could co-operate and if so how. Before the 1930s Liberalism was the prevalent concept however it faded from history on three separate occasions specifically the 1930s, World War II and the Cold war. However it remerged as neo-liberalism whereby it was much altered from how it had been in the past. Neo-liberalism sees co-operation as a necessary element to promoting peace and stability as it caused complex interdependence which causes war to be avoided. This stability also results in less military expenditure and as has been seen with the alliance of Japan and the USA this can help aid in economic development. However as has been illustrated by Grieco in 1988 by the prisoner’s dilemma, co-operation is not always possible. Neo-realism has been the dominant theory where states are anarchic are thus only interested in gaining and maintain power. This was proposed by Carr in 1939 and has been subsequently expanded on to provide us with the concepts of offensive and defensive realism recently. “Two bald men fighting over a comb” is a quote that was used to describe the Falkland’s war by Jorge Luis Borge (Liukkonen, Kuusankosken: 2008) in 1982. From this quote by Luis we can possibly ascertain that he was implying that both men are fighting over an item which for both of them is useless. This has recently been attributed to the two theories of neo-liberalism and neo-realism. However we need to understand that both strains of theory epistemologically are positivist theories which aim to understand material forces by analysing them as would be done in natural sciences. Although they may seem similar, especially due to the fact that neo-liberalists now accept some of the principles that neo-realists have championed there is still some divergence on the basis of which the scholars of each school of thought argue. In my paper I will aim to address what is neo-realism? What is neo-liberalism? How are they similar and how are they different? Which will then help address the question of whether it is just “two bald men fighting over a comb”. Neo-realism Neo-realism is the understanding that conflicts between states are inevitable in an anarchic international system due to scarcity (Carr) of resources or human nature (Morgenthau). An example of this can be seen when the British Empire enslaved several lands including Africa and South East Asian which granted them access to natural resources and cheap labour. There are several core assumptions that neo-realism makes. The first assumption is that states are anarchic by nature as there is a lack of an “overarching” authority on international level thus states are primarily self-interested and are focused on utility maximisation and sovereignty. This then results in states becoming rational in their approach to other states and maintaining the understanding that there benefits supersedes that of other states. In addition states my not co-operate due to them believing that that their allies may surpass them which would affect their power and the future may hold that “today’s friend maybe tomorrows enemy”. Thus restricting the growth of other states is in a state’s best interest. This fact has been illustrated by the Prisoners dilemma simulation whereby both parties would be better off by co-operating however as it is not possible to ascertain how the other will act it results in cheating. Cheating in this sense refers to not fulfilling obligations thus leading to a situation which is not Pareto efficient. From this example we can understand that information can be quite vital and thus good knowledge of the other parties action could have resulted in Nash equilibrium. I will explore this idea later in the paper. This system of self-interest directly ties into the second and third assumption of an anarchic system that is concerned with the maximisation of power to ensure the states survival and the fact that states achieve this by economic and military capabilities. This illustrates the ideology of hard power, which Joseph Nye defines as the use of the “carrot” and the” stick” so that other states will follow your will. In terms of the “carrot” states would use lower tariff barriers or the offer of military protection and in terms of the “stick” one would use threat of war or economic sanctions. This ability ties into the next assumption that balance of power is important as a hegemonic state would be able to maintain a system which would prevent states from going to war. Recently realists have further gone on to break down realism into two particular components; offensive realism and defensive realism. Offensive realism is succinctly expressed by Mearsheimer in 2001 that ‘this unrelenting pursuit of power means that great powers are inclined to look for opportunities to alter the distribution of world power in their favour. They will seize these opportunities if they have the necessary capability’. This offensive behaviour results in states working to actively maintain the status quo and sustain their power. In recent years we have witnessed the economic growth that China has shown with many scholars now suggesting that USA as the leading superpower should focus on preventing China’s growth as war may ensue. They reason the past signifies this as Hitler did the so which led to World War II. Defensive realists have instead focused on the idea that states wish to maximize their security and will focus on maintain a balance of power (Waltz 1979). Thus the idea of shared values arise whereby maintain a system of order is ideal for most states particular where a hegemony is present such as the maintaining of the dollar as the international currency even after the demise of the Bretton woods system. However Rendall (2006) agued that defensive realism contradicts one of the underlying assumptions of realism that states are prepared to take big risks in the pursuit of regional dominance. However I disagree with Rendall in that although states are prepared to take big risks they are also rational thus they will only take step to promote their dominance when they assess that the risk is sufficiently less for their action to be successful. I feel that the quote “Do not wound what you can’t kill” is particularly relevant in this situation. Neo-liberalism Liberalism has appeared in three successive presentations prior to the current decade; functionalist integration theory in the 1940s and the early 1950s, neo-functionalist regional integration theory in the 1950s and the 1960s and interdependence theory in the 1970s (Grieco 1988:486). Although realism was the dominant theory liberalism re-emerged as a challenge towards realism. This neo-realism claimed that it accepts a number of core realist propositions including the assumption that “anarchy impedes the achievement of international co-operation (Grieco 1988:486). On the other hand liberalist still believe that realist over emphasize conflict and underestimate the capacities of international institutions still remains an important part of the theory. In addition another major assumption is that there is a natural harmony of interests and that constitutional government sand the rule of law are universal principles. These universal principles of law allow countries to co-operate with each other as transactions cost can be reduced which results in a strong sense of interdependence. Realist discuss the fact that as globalisation has become fundamental in the way that society works, between states there is now complex relations as a result of complex interdependence. Keohane and Nye(1977:8) discussed this phenomenon and indicated that interdependence can be understood as mutual dependence which are situations characterized by reciprocal effects among countries or among actors in different countries. As these transnational relations have expanded the requirement for military security has decreased considerably. Liberalists suggest that this is a result of “elites and members of the public placing greater value on economic values as compared to security, status, and self-assertion” (Jervis,1999:57). In addition international committees such the European Union and the United Nations that can resolve issues without the need for military force to deployed. Liberalist also add that giving power to autonomous actors could result in institutions having a “life of their own” whereby the people then become the instruments of the institution rather than the other way around (Jervis 1999:59). Keohane and Nye further argued that international regimes that “networks of rules, norms, and procedures that regularize behaviour and control its effects” could be helpful in achieving lower transaction cost as these sets of standard rule will help eventually reduce the cost as both parties involved will follow those rules (Keohane,2004). Robert Putnam in 1988 expanded on this theory by adding that there is a two level game that is played; one on an international level with other states and one on a domestic level with interest groups. As long as at the domestic level there is an agreement then at an international level agreements can be facilitated. Keohane in 1984 suggested that the facilitation of these agreements help states due to three reasons, they lower the transaction costs of making agreements in comparison with ad hoc agreements, they reduce uncertainty and improve information available and to a lesser extent they establish a framework for legal liability. Thus as states are rational-unitary, utility maximising decision makers these benefits will maintain co-operation between states even if the underlying power structure changes. Neo-liberalism and Neo-realism Although neo-liberalist and neo-realist agree that an absence of a sovereign authority that can make and enforce binding agreement allows the opportunity for states to advance their own interests thus making it difficult to cooperate with each other they still differ on several key points. Neoliberals argue that states are atomistic actors thus they are only concerned with absolute gains irrelevant of whether other states gain or not. They base this on the fact that they state that was is due to misunderstandings rather than human nature. On the other hand neo-realists argue that states are positional actors and for them they are more interested in the relative gains that they achieve in comparison to other states as this arises from the idea of gaining and maintain power as our predecessor have done in the past (liberalism and world politics). This attention to relative gains results in states not wishing to co-operate as co-operation could result in their allies progressing at a much faster rate than them. This example can be noticed from the way the multi-national cooperation’s in developed countries work by building in developing countries without sharing their technology with those countries as this could result in the cheap labour either disappearing or the cost of recruitment to increase. In addition Doyle (1995) has argued that democracies do not got with each other thus the spread of democracy with market economy will ensure a peaceful order. Doyle extracts this idea Joseph Schumpter, Niccolo Machiavelli and Emmanuel Kant. They differed in their perspective of liberalism with Schumpter championing Liberal Pacifism, Machiavelli Liberal Imperialism and Kant, Liberal Internationalism. Kant’s idea is the one that Doyle feels is the most relevant to current times in that Kant has argued that there are two legacies the pacification of liberal states(1155) and international ‘imprudence’. This signifies that liberals are likely to form coalition with each other and that their peaceful restraint only seems to be for other liberal states. .
Cadbury World Group Assignment Tourism Essay. The organisation we have chosen to study and write this essay about is Cadburys world and the key performance objectives we agreed together are cost, speed and quality. Cadbury’s world is a leading tourist destination in the U.K and boasts hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. Due to its high volume Cadbury’s world has to have set implementations to keep customers arriving at their doors each day. For example they have to produce new material to keep customers happy and for them to know that they are trying new things, also they have to regularly update their factory in which they do tours as people will not want to keep on seeing the same things and thus not wanting to return to the venue. They have to focus on all of their performance objectives to gain maximum sales in tickets and to keep everyone happy whether this is staff or customers. Cost, speed and quality are three of the most important performance objectives, if one or more where not carefully planned or in order then the business will lose out on massive profit margins and could possibly fail as a business. Quality is probably the most important factor to a tourism destination especially to a company like Cadbury’s world. It is pivotal as if people don’t feel as they have been treated in the way they thought they would be or feel that they did not get value for money then they will not be interested to return to the venue again. Also they will tell others about their bad experience and will try to avoid them to go so that they do not share the bad experience that they did. With quality being at high standards they have to train staff to perform in a certain way to impress the guests, this interlinks with cost as they will have to send staff on courses or hire a trainer in customer service. Both ways will cost more money to the business. Quality makes customers have high standards, and a quote from Cadbury’s World about high standards says: ‘In a competitive business environment it is the quality of customer service that will enable an organisation to achieve commercial success. Customers expect high standards and it is important that employees are aware of their role in maintaining a high standard of customer care. This therefore supports the image of Cadbury World and enables the business to achieve its’ objectives.’ (Cadbury’s World, 2006 with high standards the business has to perform to its maximum day in day out to reach the level of customer service that they want. Cost Cadburys world have to rely on some factors like quality, speed and cost to keep competitive amongst other tourist destinations. Their cost has to be right because if it’s too little people will think it is not going to be much as its cheap where as if its high people will be put off as they might not be able to afford the day out, also the business at the end of the day has to make a profit out of the venue so has to put a price which will cover their costs of such things as employee’s wages, new machinery and updates to the attraction. If they don’t cover their costs of everything then they will have to cut back and the company will not be able to expand in the way it wants to. Speed The speed factor is vital as they have to keep up to high standards given by the management team to the company as a whole. If the company does not meet the speed factor set by managers then it will inevitable have a knock on effect to the business as if one objective is not complete then another cannot be started, if this happens it can cost the company a lot of money in the long run. Also speed affects the customers that are in the venue, for example there is not a large amount of room in each part of the factory thus the company needs to keep customers going through at regular intervals to ensure space is filled correctly, this will also ensure customers have a better experience as they will not be overcrowded once in the venue. In a company like Cadbury’s word they have to set themselves high standards to gain maximum input from employees. A quote from Cadbury world supports this by saying: Delivering superior business performance. In 2008 and 2009 we are hoping to increase our sales by another 5%’. (Cadbury’s World, 2009). This way people know what they have to do in their job to be successful and have a target that they have to try and reach. These three topics (quality, speed and cost) all interlink with each other in many different ways and if one is affected then they all will be affected. However it could be argued that the two which interlink the most are cost and quality. This would occur in every business not just in Cadbury’s world. In Cadbury’s World they try to have the highest level of quality and obviously this cost a lot more to achieve this. But I believe it is the best way to be as they need to gain maximum customers to gain money to cover costs of running the factory. Selling their tickets at a reasonable price like they do is also extremely important as customers will feel they have had a really day out at a fantastic price and had great value for money. There is a basic model that all organisations can use. http://www.ammanagementassistance.co.uk/coreimages/opman.png A general model of operations management and operation strategy. Slack, Chambers and Johnston,(2007) I am now going to discuss the operations strategy part of the model. Capacity and facilities (size, timing, location) Cadbury world is in an ideal location; situated in Bournville, Birmingham it has several motorway connections such as the M5 and the M42. Cadbury World is a fifteen minute walk from Bournville train Station and there are several bus stops just outside the main entrance. It’s fully signposted and all you need to do is follow the Cadbury World fingerposts and wall-signs that direct you through the grounds. Because Cadbury world is located just off a canal you can also get to it by barge which you leave just behind the building. The nearest airport is Birmingham international which is about 30 minutes away by taxi. Cadbury aims itself to be an educational attraction so their opening times are vaguely structured around school times. They have different opening and closing times each month. January they are generally closed apart from 4 days at the end of the month. The earliest they open is 9am and the latest they close is 5pm. This could be a problem attracting families in the week as some parents may be at work during the opening times. Cadbury world is home to the biggest Cadbury shop in the world, and a café. There are 11 different exhibitions to visit as well as a play area, a tasting area and a ride that tells you a story as you go around. As it is an indoor attraction there is a limit on how many people they can have in there at any one time. In 2011, a record breaking 590,000 people visited Cadbury world. The cost strategy comes into capacity as if they are running the attraction at full capacity they are going to be making a good profit although quality and speed could suffer as there will be more queues and staff may let quality slip as they will try to reduce queues. On the other hand, if Cadbury world is running at a low capacity they will not be making much profit and will paying staff when maybe they are not needed but speed and quality will be improved as there will be less queues and staff won’t be as busy so can take more time to concentrate to improve quality. Job design In any organisation there are several different jobs which all need different designs. At Cadbury world there are a lot of different jobs available some are on the production line which means they actually make the products, café jobs, jobs in the shop, customer service jobs, meters and greeters, managerial jobs etc. To be able to design a job companies need to look at their performance objectives. As discussed earlier, the basic performance objectives are; Quality Speed Dependability Flexibility Cost Although all of the performance objectives are important in Job design we thought that there were 3 main performance objectives for Cadbury World. Quality Speed Cost We chose these as the quality of service and product needs to be the best it can all the time, we chose speed because it is an indoor attraction so if speed wasn’t an issue queues would be too big and people would leave and we chose cost as it is very important to an attraction especially if there primary focus is as a product. As well as looking at the performance objectives they also need to look at health and safety, the quality of working life and job division. Quality- The ability of staff to produce high-quality products and services can be affected by job design. This includes avoiding errors in the short term, but also includes designing jobs which encourage staff to improve the job itself in such a way as to make errors less likely. Speed- Sometimes speed is the dominant objective to be achieved in job design. The job needs to be done at a quick speed but not too quick that it jeopardises quality which in turn could affect cost if chocolate is wasted. If too slow customers could leave the queue once again affecting cost as they would lose money. Cost- All the elements of job design will have an effect on productivity, and therefore the cost, of the job. Productivity in this context means the ratio of output to labour input: for example, the number of customers served per hour. This is when rate of pay will have to be decided depending how business is doing compared to how many staff are employed. Health and safety- Job design must not endanger the well-being of the employee, other staff of the operation, the customers who are visiting Cadbury world, or customers that have brought any products made by Cadbury. Quality of working life- The design of any job should also consider job security as people may not want to work there if it only temporary or seasonal, intrinsic interest, variety, opportunities for development for example do they hire internally for manager positions, how stressful the job is or can be and the attitude of the staff. Motivation is important in organisations, if people are not happy in their job and no longer feel motivated. Quality will suffer having negative effects on cost and speed. Most companies have job enrichment opportunities , promotion opportunities and reward systems. Hackman and Oldham designed a job design model to make the design process easier. (see appendix 1.) Process design Design must reflect the needs of customers, applies to all of Cadburys products, services and processes and starts with a concept and ends with the final design. Quality – Cadbury world is a high volume-low variety attraction so quality is exclusively concerned with error-free service so they need to make sure all exhibitions are working correctly. Although on a larger scale, Cadbury is primarily product focused so we can assume on the whole it is a low volume-high variety process. Speed – As Cadbury world is an indoor attraction with limited capacity some wait is expected in some exhibitions, although an instant delivery in some high volume-low variety operations is expected. But when talking about Cadbury as a product speed would mean an individually negotiated delivery time in low volume-high variety operations. Cost – The unit cost for Cadbury world will once again differ from Cadbury’s products. The cost varies with both the volume of output of the operation and the variety of products or services it produces. High-volume operations like Cadburys world usually offer the same services. Cost per unit of output is therefore usually quite low like Cadburys world. Furthermore, Cost is relatively constant in high volume- low variety organisations. Whereas, Cadburys have a lot of products which means that running the operation will be expensive because of the flexible and high skill levels employed. References Cadbury World (2012) Cadbury World [Online] Available from: http://www.cadbury.co.uk/ [Accessed: 19/12/2012] Mondelez international (2012) Mondelez international [Online] Available from: http://www.mondelezinternational.com/home/index.aspx [Accessed: 19/12/2012] Slack, N. Chambers, S. And Johnston, R. (2007) Operations management. 5th edition. New York: Pearson publishing. Cadbury World Group Assignment Tourism Essay
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WCC Relationship between the United States and Iran Questions Discussion
WCC Relationship between the United States and Iran Questions Discussion.
Guidelines: Read chapters 4 and 5 and watch the British Broadcasting Corporation’s documentary on Iran and the West (see below).Using the following outline and Iran as a case study, write an essay analyzing the contemporary relationship between a leading world power and a regional power in the Middle East.Outline:1. Give a title to your essay. The title should give the reader what to expect in terms of content, analysis, and conclusions you arrived at in the essay. 2. Provide a brief historical summary of the three most transformative/significant events in the US-Iranian relations (based on and as presented in the documentary). In your response, show reasons why your choice of three events are the most significant. A page long.3. Analyze the relationship between Iran and the US. Determine which country bears the most blame for the deterioration in the relationship and explain why. 0.5 – 1 page long.Note: Excellent paper must demonstrate understanding of and communicate clearly relevant concepts (chapters 4 and 5), shows good judgment of the causes and effects of events, and the broader implications domestically and in global terms.
WCC Relationship between the United States and Iran Questions Discussion
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custom essay Answer the following questions: Note: You should expect that merely average/correct work will receive a passing (average) grade. If you wish to receive an outstanding score for a given assignment, it must truly be exceptional. Truly exceptional work demonstrates that the student has a deep and nuanced understanding of the course materials, can synthesizes diverse information, and can make advanced connections. Use all assigned course materials for the week to answer these questions. 1. What was the purpose of federally-financed Indian boarding schools? Why did Pratt and his federal followers think it was the best way to “civilize” Indian children? 2. What is assimilation? How does this concept apply to Indian Boarding Schools? 3. Discuss the term ethnocentrism and describe how this concept relates to the North American government’s “Indian Problem” and the creation of boarding schools. 4. What does the phase “Kill the Indian … Save the Man” mean? 5. Do you think the provision of federal funds to Christians to educate and convert Indian children was a violation of the Constitutional protection of freedom of religion? Why or why not? 6. How did native school children resist assimilation tactics at these schools? What were some of the consequences when they resisted? 7. Did American governmental policies towards Indians compare to Hitler’s “final solution” in any way? Why or why not? Is the term “holocaust” germane to the discussion of these governmental policies? 8. How did the boarding school experience give Native peoples a fundamental component of their tribal identity in 20th Century (It would help to revisit pages 45-46 of your text)? How does this element of the past affect the legacy of Native Americans today? 9. Many of the Marine Corp’s World War II Navajo Code Talkers attended boarding schools. How did the Pratt/Carlisle Model for Native American boarding schools help these men when they joined the military? How did this same model hinder them? Is the fact that many of these men attended boarding schools ironic in any way? How?
Questions on Wealth Guarding, Wealth Growing Process and Wealth Giving
Questions on Wealth Guarding, Wealth Growing Process and Wealth Giving. I’m trying to study for my Marketing course and I need some help to understand this question.
Question 1: WEALTH PROTECTION – INSURANCE PLANNING (32 marks)
(a) Choose the correct statement. (8 MCQs)
(b) & (c) short answer question
Question 2: WEALTH ACCUMULATION – RETIREMENT PLANNING (34 marks)
(a), (b) & (c) short answer question
Question 3: WEALTH GIVING – ESTATE PLANNING (34 marks)
(a) Choose the correct statement. (8 MCQs)
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Questions on Wealth Guarding, Wealth Growing Process and Wealth Giving
Prepare resume and letters
Prepare resume and letters.
Prepare a résumé for the job you discussed in your company report.Use a functional or chronological style that best fits your education and experience and includes a summary of skills rather than a career objective. A references page should be attached to the résumé.The bulk of the résumé should be in a 12 pt. Ariel font with 1″ margins–this will vary in headings.Submit your résumé as a word document. (45 points)2. Prepare a cover letter for your résumé . Make sure you include all the required parts of a business letter. (25 points)3. You were successful in getting a job offer. Prepare a letter accepting the job. Make sure you include all the required parts of a business letter and all the information you need to confirm regarding the job offer. (20 points)CREATE ONE FILE THAT INCLUDES ALL THREE PARTS FOR SUBMISSION.CriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCL: Header Information5.0 ptsFull Marks0.0 ptsNo Marks5.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCL: Effective Opening5.0 ptsFull Marks0.0 ptsNo Marks5.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCL: Organization5.0 ptsFull Marks0.0 ptsNo Marks5.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCL: Grammar and Mechanics5.0 ptsFull Marks0.0 ptsNo Marks5.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCL: Call to Action5.0 ptsFull Marks0.0 ptsNo Marks5.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeR: Header/Contact Information5.0 ptsFull Marks0.0 ptsNo Marks5.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeR: Summary of Skills5.0 ptsFull Marks0.0 ptsNo Marks5.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeR: Educational Information5.0 ptsFull Marks0.0 ptsNo Marks5.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeR: Work Experience5.0 ptsFull Marks0.0 ptsNo Marks5.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeR: Additional Information5.0 ptsFull Marks0.0 ptsNo Marks5.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeR: References Page5.0 ptsFull Marks0.0 ptsNo Marks5.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeR: Formatting5.0 ptsFull Marks0.0 ptsNo Marks5.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeR: Organization5.0 ptsFull Marks0.0 ptsNo Marks5.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeR: Grammar, Punctuation5.0 ptsFull Marks0.0 ptsNo Marks5.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeF/U: Header Information4.0 ptsFull Marks0.0 ptsNo Marks4.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeF/U: Effeective Opening4.0 ptsFull Marks0.0 ptsNo Marks4.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeF/U: Organization4.0 ptsFull Marks0.0 ptsNo Marks4.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeF/U: Grammar and Mechanics4.0 ptsFull Marks0.0 ptsNo Marks4.0 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeF/U: Appropriate Close4.0 ptsFull Marks0.0 ptsNo Marks4.0 ptsTotal Points: 90.0
Prepare resume and letters