Problem Formulation Identification

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Acts Inc. also values the rights and growth of their employees as well, because this is a corporation that has been in services for almost 30 years Acts tries very hard on meeting the needs of their employees, in ways such as health and wellness, educational programs or courses for higher learning, also in personal problems such as drugs, and alcohol counseling, and even counseling for employees who may want to stop smoking.
Acts Retirement Inc is a good place to work because when one works for Acts, the employees are not only being helped to make the decisions for and about others, but the right decisions are also being made concerning the employees as well which is one of Acts strengths.
Dean works in the restaurant business, specifically smaller, family-owned restaurants, decisions are made to satisfy the everyday needs of its largest stakeholders: the customers and the employees. Of course, longterm decisions about profit, expenses, and gross income are considered, but the daily, face-to-face decisions prove to have the most impact on the continuing success of the business. Customers are major stakeholders in the “mom and pop” pizzeria industry as well as employees. Without these vital components the restaurant would collapse. Because of these stakeholders the outcome of the decisions made must be taken into strong consideration. Customer service and employee satisfaction are the most prevalent factors in the decision making processes in the family owned pizzeria industry and the following paragraphs will elaborate this notion.
The pizzeria industry strives on the satisfaction of its customers. After all, the customers who purchase the goods from the restaurant are the ones expected to return for future purchases. These stakeholders must be kept happy and satisfied with their purchase. Therefore, decisions about what ingredients are ordered are made solely to the likings of the customer. This provides for excellent customer service and appr View More »

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