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Decisions in Paradise. Not many tropical places are seen as a heaven. One known place is the Island of Kava, which is presently going through a complex period. The Call Center Company will be working toward a way to decide how it plays a function in reco

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Decisions in Paradise Part 1 Roxanne McCarthy MGT/350 October 17th, 2011 Shannon Evans Decisions in Paradise Part 1 Not many tropical places are seen as a heaven. One known place is the Island of Kava, which is presently going through a complex period. The Call Center Company will be working toward a way to decide how it plays a function in reconstructing this catastrophe incapacitated Island. Within this paper, it will center on recognizing the tribulations, identify criteria, objectives, facts, and assess the results. Job Offer Within a few months of finishing college, there will be a job in the Human Services Field of Management; a job was prearranged at a Call Center Company as an associate to the Administrator of Human Services. This business entails me to travel to other destinations of the globe - an Island nation of Kava in the South Pacific. Even though never hearing of Kava this was exciting, and plus looking onward to the new position. In addition, seeing that Kava was in the South Pacific, this had to be exotic. Arriving at the Island of Kava was a surprise. ...read more.

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The populace of Kava is a big problem. More than half of the island inhabitants are children younger than the age 15. In accumulation, there are diverse backgrounds, faiths, and tongue. Besides troubles with lending aid to associations; the government, nationwide, and devotion group in addition to big business, they seem to have their own ways of doing things. Developing second considerations; in relation to this career after seeing this chaos. Coming right out of college, plus not so sure that this position is right is the right one. Besides being in a different nation absent from relatives and acquaintances, plus not knowing how long this job could take could be another reason. The reasons, goals, and objectives for the businesses criteria are too present protection, safety, and effectiveness medicinal provisions to Kava. The purpose of the business is to create success to the citizens of Kava. To generate a practical trade and industry setting that gives confidence dependable development, reinforce community services, plus make available learning. ...read more.

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How would they converse when tragedies strike? In addition, to half of the adolescence inhabitants are not cultured. This is clearly disturbing to the people of Kava's education, economic, and proficient development. Kavas outlook hinges on the community to make sure this can take place. The harvest and tourist can cause Kavas financial system to deteriorate. The Islands contents of crops are produce, seasonings, and more. Because the environmental settings plus the impending adversities, their harvest can without doubt be ruined. With none of the crops, the trades will not continue to exist. Sightseeing will slow down for the reason that no one will yearn for a trip on an Island with very many tragedies. In accumulation, this job could have an effect on the future. What if (I) did not perform the job functions correctly? This could have an effect on this job and sense of worth as well. The manager could possibly be cut in rank or worse lose her employment. Additionally, if Community Concepts Incorporated is not available to do something to help Kava, this could hurt Kava even more, and the nation would be in a poorer state of affairs in which they presently are. ...read more.

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