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  1. Human Resource Management at the Palms Hotel.

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If you have an interest in business or want to know what it takes to become a successful entrepreneur then this course option will be of considerable interest to you. You'll need an enquiring mind and an interest in the world around you. You'll study small businesses, how opportunities are spotted and how businesses organise themselves to take advantage of those opportunities. You'll also study some introductory economics which will show you how global conditions and governments affect how businesses operate. In terms of building up your skills you'll learn how to make decisions and be creative, how to solve problems and how to work as part of a team.

The assessment is part coursework and part exam and you'll need to know the sorts of essay skills which will help you get a good grade; Marked by Teachers has thousands of Business Studies GCSE essay examples that can really help you build that sort of understanding.

It's a good subject to take if you want to go on and study Economics or Business Studies at A level or if you're thinking of going on to study a Business Studies BTEC.


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  • Compare the two companies Tesco's and McDonalds

    "McDonalds first opened in 1974. More than 2.5 million people in this country trust McDonalds to give them food of a high standard, quick service and value for money. In my opinion McDonalds create a high standard of customer satisfaction. My reason for thinking is this because customer convenience and research is driving force behind new restaurant locations - which had led to new McDonalds in sites as varied as cross- channel ferries, a bowling alley and London's former county hall. Currently there are more than 1000 McDonald's restaurants throughout the UK. McDonald's business activity External Influences and the Stakeholder Model: McDonald's - Activity Image: Business has not been going as well for McDonald's in recent years because it is struggling to keep up with the demands being made to it. There are a number of Activities("

  • Assess the contribution of set and lighting to

    "In conclusion, the contribution of set and lighting in the play 'The Smallest Person' on their own was basic and failed to create an atmosphere that could affect the audience. However together, there was quite different effect as the two conventions worked together to find an equilibrium of their imbalances and achieve a good affect upon the audience. Khushwant Bhakar 12Jr"

  • Auditing is becoming an increasingly expensive part of the management of health care. Discuss the role it plays in the financial management of a hospital, and comment on the value this adds.

    "13. Conclusions The impact of US scandals have made auditing a high profile subject. The primary purpose of audit within the public sector remains to demonstrate the appropriate use of resources. It is important that the perception of the public and Parliament, through the PAC, are satisfied. In specific terms the future of audit is uncertain, however, given the facts identified in this report the demand for and the costs of auditing public sector organisations are likely to become more difficult to control. A key element in delivering effective audit will be the supply of a skilled audit workforce. There may be scope and a need for recruiting people from different professional backgrounds in order to support audit processes."

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