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Leisure Centre Booking System
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...Leisure Center Booking System This paper encompasses a discussion regarding a proposal for a booking and reservation system at a leisure centre. This project involves two major aspects in computing, which is Databases and web publishing. The Database will hold information about members of the leisure centre, and also hold a booking system for the faculties at the centre. The Web section is where by a user can view the booking system via the Internet, and also make applications for membership. This project involves two major aspects in computing, which is Databases and web publishing. The Database will hold information about members of the leisure centre, and also hold a booking system... for...
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Electrical design for a new leisure centre
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...Leisure Centre Justification of the Electrical Distribution System The design of electrical distribution system is desirable if it limits the power consumption in the Leisure centre. This eventually assists the management of the Leisure centre to reduce the cost of electricity power consumed. The second benefit of the suitable design is availability of power. The design has a duplex (fused) primary switches and two primary main breakers that ensure maximum availability of power. At the same time, the fault sensors detect loss of electricity and enable either of the primary breakers to reset the power on from an alternative source. Figure 1: Secondary Unit Substations... Electrical Design for a New...
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Business Plan based on a case study of a leisure centre
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...Leisure Centre Table of Contents Key Areas of Management 3 Sales, Marketing and Service 3 Human Resources or Staff Management 5 Political, Strategic Issues and Links with Client 7 References 9 Key Areas of Management In this section of the report the key areas of management and the specific issues that need to be addressed have been discussed, as to recommend an all round improvement plan for the leisure club. The three key areas that would be considered would be marketing, sales and customer service, human resource or staff management, and stakeholder analysis, and strategies. The discussion would be evaluating the major facets each key areas that would... ?Business Plan Based on a Case Study of a...
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Leisure Facility Proposal
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...Leisure Centre would require parking. It would be more convenient to keep the current parking spaces for the new Leisure Centre. The 1st and 2nd levels would be made up of locker rooms, refreshments, and other various kiosks. The 1st floor would have the refreshments and kiosks. Customers that had just worked out could watch the ice skaters, or mothers could have a beverage while watching their children. The 2nd floor would have the locker rooms. This is practical as well as necessary since... ? Leisure Facility Proposal April Table of Contents Design proposal 3 Aims and objectives 7 Aims 7 Objectives 8 Programmes offered 9 Legal issues 10 Performance indicators 12 Bibliography 13 As the newly appointed...
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...Centre 3 Hiring of Pool Contractor 3 Cost to the Contractor3 Extra Features 4 Equipments 4 Lighting and Heating 4 Promoting 6 Operating Costs 6 Summary of the Above Fund Allocation 7 Factors to Be Taken Into Account When Building a Financial Budget for Leisure Centre 7 7 Income 7 Costs 8 Balance 8 Goals 9 References 10 Justification for Using Funds in Constructing and Promoting a Swim Centre In the provided scenario, a funding of ?10,000 has been awarded for delivering a project in Tower Hamlets. The project has been planned to build up a swimming centre for ladies in the local region at Tower Hamlets... Building a Financial Budget for Leisure Centre In order...
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The Theories of the Job Design
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...Leisure Centre. The following should beconsidered in your response: Elements of Job Design, Approaches to Job Design and Challenges for Legacy Leissure facility. Name; Course: Tutor: Executive summary Organizations have made significat attempt in trying to gain competitive advantage in the market via management practice and concept. In addition, researchers in the management field have come up with several papers on how organizations or companies will lavarage its human resources to achieve the utmost success. Depsite all these efforts, organization still fail. Companies have not come... ?Discuss how the theories of the job design could be used to improve the effectiveness of the staff at Legacy Leisure...
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Leisure Industry
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...leisure and sport industry has increased significantly in order to meet the demand s in different range of leisure activities. These are not the only industries that have come their way but also entertainment and recreation that have proven to be expanded through time. The increase of these industries benefited the labor force especially of the short term employees. Leisure industry are composed of companies that operate to facilitate services for the good of the customers who would want to relax and enjoy their leisure times in lieu of their vacation holidays. These are usually the amusement parks or theme parks such as Disneyland, casinos, Spas, entertainment... and recreation, health...
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Evaluation of Design and Administration of a Questionnaire
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...leisure activities and preferences for different age groups.The results indicated that there was very little support for the existing clubs and societies in the town, with the exception of the youth club and the leisure centre. Generally, the working party was disappointed by the results and had a different pattern of response from those at school. Why the Working Party Members Were Disappointed With the Results The working party members were disappointed with the results because the results did not reflect the actual objectives of the survey. Indeed, the survey was only able to satisfy the objective of what the town’s youth did in their leisure time but failed in satisfying... ?Evaluation of Design and...
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Business and Marketing Essay
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...Leisure & Fitness Centre. There are a number of different definitions of Marketing; most simply marketing is the function of a business which relates to the selling or promoting of its products or services. Marketing is also used to determine what products or services may be of interest to customers, and the strategy to use in sales, communications and business development. The American Marketing Association (AMA) defines marketing as, “an organizational function and a set of processes for creating, communicating, and delivering value to customers and for managing customer relationships in ways... ?1a. Definitions of Marketing and an overall evaluation of concepts with direct application to Eden Leisure...
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Law of Contract Essay
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...leisure centre, which Arnold described in an advertisement as "Probably the best fitness emporium in London". During the course of their negotiations, however, Arnold failed to disclose certain facts regarding the conditions of FF's facilities. First, when telephoned by Vanessa, he neglected to mention that out of the 100 rowing machines in FF, 20 of them require urgent repairs. Second, when examined by Joanne, Vanessa's business advisor and representative, Arnold hid the fact that the wood panelling in FF's sauna facilities are rough, unpleasant to the touch... In the case between Vanessa and Arnold, Vanessa entered into a contract of sale with Arnold to buy "Fitness Fortress" (hereinafter 'FF a leisure ...
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Law of Contract
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...leisure centre, which Arnold described in an advertisement as “Probably the best fitness emporium in London”. During the course of their negotiations, however, Arnold failed to disclose certain facts regarding the conditions of FF’s facilities. First, when telephoned by Vanessa, he neglected to mention that out of the 100 rowing machines in FF, 20 of them require urgent repairs. Second, when examined by Joanne, Vanessa’s business advisor and representative, Arnold hid the fact that the wood panelling in FF’s sauna facilities are rough, unpleasant to the touch... In the case between Vanessa and Arnold, Vanessa entered into a contract of sale with Arnold to buy “Fitness Fortress” (hereinafter ‘FF a leisure ...
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Defense of leisure
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...leisure, in order to establish the wholeness of oneself. References Klassen, D. “Rights talk and God talk: religious faith and natural rights.” Symposium at Newman Centre, McGill University, 15 Sept 2007. Pieper, J. Leisure: the basis of culture and philosophical act. CA:Ignatius Press, 2009.... Culture depends for its very existence on leisure, and leisure, in its turn, is not possible unless it has a durable and consequently living link with the cultus, with divine worship” (Piper, 15). This statement encompasses Pieper’s stand on how leisure and philosophy, and theology, influences each other. Leisure is an integral part in creating and cultivating a culture. Done after all the humanly work, leisure i...
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Questions detailed below in criteria
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...Leisure Centre Introduction A swimming project directed towards the ladies in the London Borough of TowerHamlets should be a success once it is properly communicated. The importance of a project such as this would be critical for a number of reasons. They include the following: Tower Hamlets is a London Borough which is situated on the north side of the River Thames (London Borough of Hamlets Strategic Planning Team 2009, p. 3). Some of the areas in this borough have a high risk of flooding. Areas of low ground can be found in South Bromley, Wapping and Isle of Dog (Hernandez 2011). According to Environmental Agency (2011) 31% - 37,600 properties which are located along... of the things to...
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British Tort Law
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...leisure centre run by the local government. He suffers from a particular case of eczema that noticeably acted up from contact with the highly... British Tort Law: 3 Test Cases Introduction In British law, as in most other judicial systems, tort is considered a civil wrong as distinguished from a criminal wrong, such that the tort law is enforced not by police but by one citizen against another through a civil action. Only in rare cases is tort tried in front of a judge, such as when the complaint involves libel or defamation. In England and Wales, the law of tort covers five types of offenses: trespass of land, trespass against goods, trespass against person, negligence and defamation (Wikipedia)....
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Leisure and Recreational Areas in Suzhou
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...leisure business. Xiaohui & Yucai (2005) said that according to incomplete statistics, the leisure business projects in the park involve an investment of more than 10 billion Yuan or about $1.2 billion. More importantly, SIP has made full use of the attraction of wonderful surroundings for their visitors and customers. It has been focused on urban function facilities, environment and residential building development. In its leisure field, projects like the Golden Rooster Lake's eight major scenic spots, a sports park, Baitang park, sports fields, and the Red Maple Forest; Commercial projects like the neighborhood centre, F-City Commercial... Covering Leisure and Recreational Areas in Suzhou, China...
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Reflection on Leadership
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...Leisure Centre by implementing a competitive management, we needed to recruit the personnel in the management, and as we organised on advertising for the post of manager, we became aware of the advantages of the job description. First, job description allows for the potential candidates to match themselves with the positions (Torrington et al. 2005). According to our organization, the manager’s position was crucial in the administration break down because he carries the vision of the group... relevant to their job, as well as, their expected responsibilities (Torrington et al. 2005). With this regard, the organisation had no choice but to follow the legal requirements. On this note, it is...
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Sports fitness centre in Mayfair London
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...Centres are gaining in popularity as government policy also encourages participation in sports and fitness exercise. Leisure centres, as they are called, had little competition earlier but of late the demand has increased because of increase health consciousness. Hence, starting a Sports & Fitness Centre in Mayfair, London would need a market analysis. Being an entirely new organization it would need to have a strategy that would... ?Table of Contents Introduction 2. Situation Analysis 3. Target Market Analysis 4. Problems and Opportunities 2 5. Marketing strategy 2 5 Product Positioning 2 5.2 Marketing mix 3 6. Implementation and Control 7 7. Conclusion 8 References 10 1. Introduction Sports Fitness...
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My Future Leisure and Sustainability of Northern California Ocean and River
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...leisure engagement can be due to the pollution of the ocean and rivers especially the Sacramento River. Fishing and swimming are the major recreational activities that the people of North California engage in. this is due to the abundance of the rivers and the ocean. The ocean and the rivers are dirty. For fear of contracting infections due to the dirty water, people rarely engage in water related activities. The Sacramento River serves as the fishing centre of the people but it is highly polluted with extensive mercury levels from the gold mining... Introduction Leisure can generally be defined as free time spent away from usual work, domestic or office. Joffre Dumazedier 1960, defines leisure asseveral ...
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Bahrain World Trade Centre Technical Report
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...leisure facilities for businesses, companies, corporate clients, residents, citizens of the country and tourists. The Bahrain World Trade Centre is responsible for expanding the kingdom’s operations since it offers an ultimate ideal environment and high quality standards to transact businesses. The optimal environment at the Bahrain World Trade Centre enhances rapid business expansions. The Bahrain World Trade Centre has smart features such as sophisticated security systems and surveillance systems and other facilities that appeal to corporate resident who transact different businesses (BWTC Press Release 2013). Reference List Atkins A., 2012. Pp.132 Atkins: architecture and urban design... ?Introduction ...
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Project Analysis St. Mary Shopping Centre Thornbury
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...centres and promoting and enhancing the utility of the existing centres - this is to be achieved by focusing on the developments in such centres and making them to provide a wide range of services in a good environment accessible to the general public(Planning Policy Statement 6). The following are the other objectives which are in addition to and are to be considered in the context of the main objective as outlined above. by promoting a range of shopping, leisure, and local services which would be able to provide a range of genuine choices to the consumers. It is also expected... Project Analysis - St. Mary Shopping Centre Thornbury Table of Contents Table of Contents Executive Summary 2 Thornbury...
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A Marketing Plan for BW Leisure Trust
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...Leisure Trust Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Business Mission 3 Marketing Objective 4 Marketing Strategy 5 Implication 5 Control 6 References 7 Introduction BW Leisure Trust is nothing but a registered charity that is established with the purpose of running the sports related assets that belong to a local council/authority located in UK. The charity aims to become a self-funded organization so that it does not need local tax payers’ money. Over the last two years, number of people who use the facilities of this trust has grown significantly. However, competition has also risen from the other leisure facility providing centres and private gyms. Like any... ?A Marketing plan for BW...
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Leisure and tourism operations management
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...Leisure and Tourism Operations Management In the paper, the operation management of a five star hotel located in Oludeniz in Turkey has been analyzed. After using a number of important service concepts, packages, processes and layouts pertaining to leisure and tourism operations management, a number of findings are discussed with the management of the hotel. Introduction The name of the hotel is Club Belcekz Beach Hotel, which is a luxury hotel and it is located in Oludeniz, the city that gets millions of visitors in peak season from October to March. It has won numerous awards for customer satisfaction such as Thomson Gold Medal and offers facilities such...
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The sports facility in Stratford-Upon-Avon
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...Leisure Centre in Stratford Upon Avon (with many branch locations in the region, Wildmoor Spa and Health Club, Healthworks Fitness Club and Club Motivation. Of the competitors, only two, Stratford Upon Avon... Executive Summary The sports facility in Stratford-Upon-Avon must show continued financial success to remain operational. At the same time, it must show a commitment to serving the community, by offering programs and activities that best suit the needs of the majority of residents within the community. Marketing programmes within the organization should reflect a commitment to meeting the needs of the members of the community in which the organization will serve. Therefore, analysis, ...
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Housing Estate in Cold-Water
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...leisure centre is all set to increase the commercial value of the estate. Facilities and main features The plan is to focus upon terraced houses and low rise flats for an increase in the landscape beauty. The housing estate will be complete with a new leisure centre ,a public covered swimming pool, a training pool, and generous opportunities for gymnastic and sports activities. It is also planned that there will be two nearby single storey retail warehouses with expansive surface car parking for them and n restaurants/cafes with outside seating areas for the summer. All vehicle servicing will be underground. As mentioned before the housing plan includes... Development assignment Assignment Task...
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Wagmatcook culture & hartige centre, Cape Breton,canada 866-295-2999
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...Leisure Magazine. It is roughly an hour and fifteen-minutes to drive around the Bras d’Or Lakes, with Wagmatcook Culture & Heritage Centre located at its shores. The nearby Sydney is the third largest city in Nova Scotia, with historical museums, lively nightlife, vibrant restaurants and shops. Wagmatcook Culture & Heritage Centre is a perfect location... Wagmatcook Culture and Heritage Centre, Cape Breton. A bald eagle, which is perched on topof a stone embellished with hieroglyphics of Mi’kmaq culture, appears within the glass window dominating Wagmatcook Culture and Heritage Centre’s main foyer on the north Bras d’Or Lakes shore. Wagmatcook is a small community of two Mi'Kmaq Indian Reserves in Cape...
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Development of a Conference Centre in London
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...leisure interests and the like. Technology factors include technology developments and impact of technology on the business (NetMBA, 2007). Politically and economically speaking, London is very politically and economically stable. This is evidenced by the fact that London is a major centre for international business and commerce and is one of three command centres for the world economy together with New York City and Tokyo (Sassen, 2001). In an article published by Accountancy Age... Development of a Conference Centre in London Introduction According to the Mayor's London Plan (2008), London is one of the three financial centres of the world as well as Europe's financial capital. It is also the most...
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Writing for professional practice
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...leisure centre that will create the promotional opportunities (Harris, Williams and Griffin, 2012). Project contractors Julia Rudd, CEO of the Bendalong Regional Tourism Authority (BRTA) and other stakeholders such as Myfanwy Fallenby, Frank ‘Chops’Lambert, John Russell, and Dr. Kate Tran will make certain... Tourism Opportunities: Strategic Directions for Bilby Part Report Report Tourism Opportunities: Strategic Directions for Bilby Executive summary Bilby can easily turn out to be the region’s debut tourism destination as a notable mining community with an affluence and wealth of natural magnificence. The Bendalong Regional Tourism Authority (BRTA) ought to develop its marketing crusade, beautify the ...
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The Challenges of Call Centre Restructuring
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...Centre Restructuring Introduction The recent decade has witnessed a sharp increase in call centres across the globe. It is clear that call centres are being formed and transferred to every corner of the world. Because of this development, call centres have experienced restructuring. Tengo Ltd., an online supplier of notebook computers, established a customer contact centre to deal with customer complaints and inquiries about the company’s products. Recently, the company decided to restructure because the HR director discovered that there is an overstaffing problem at the call centre. This decision has resulted in job losses. This essay analyses the wisdom of the restructuring... ?The Challenges of Call...
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Westfield shopping centre London development project
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...Centre is a mega mall situated in Shepherd’s Bush – London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, which provides 130 803 sq m (1 408 000 sq ft) of retail and leisure accommodation, being home to over 265 shops on five levels, 50 restaurants and cafes, as well as cinema, and car parks for 4 500 cars. The development project has involved regenerating over 44 acres of brownfield site, 9 separate rail projects including the rebuilding/relocation of an operational depot facility for London Underground’s Central Line... ? Westfield Shopping Centre London Development Project This paper is intended to identify and map out the key actors for each phase of Westfield Shopping Centre London Development Project, from its ...
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How to start a new business venture
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...centre compared to other regions at UK due to the presence of many clubs and hotels at nearby streets like Marshall Street Leisure Centre, Seymour Leisure Centre, Little Venice Sports Centre, Queen Mother Sports Centre, Porchester Centre etc (City... ?How to start a new business venture Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Proposed Services 3 Analysis of the market in London 4 Evaluation of Management Strategies 12 Conclusion and Recommendation 13 Reference 14 Bibliography 15 Introduction The fitness and the health industry is estimated approximately ?4bn with a growth of around 1% during the recession with customer base of around seven million users which has grown 12% over the last 20...
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Listening Journals:
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...Leisure Centre in 1980 in which the song was almost similar to the original version, the difference being for the incorporation of the drum. Redemption Song has a limited instrument use since Marley chose to use only his acoustic guitar. Because of this, the song has a soulful rendition to it as opposed to the reggae rhythm evident in most of his songs. The sound of the guitar reinforces Marley’s voice quality in the song, which is rough in the song representing the tumultuous period of his life during the time. Marley had... Redemption Song Redemption Song is a song that was included in the last album done by Bob Marley and the Wailers. The song, which comes as the last track in their ninth album...
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Games & Leisure
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...leisure in Asian Cultures Introduction Play and recreations plays an important role into the development of a society as they not only reflect about a society’s values and ethics but also provide an opportunity to engage into healthy and constructive activities. Besides play and leisure activities are considered as as old as modern history of world can go back as play and leisure activities are often considered as natural to the people but also provide a tool to live a healthy lifestyle. “Leisure can provide a variety of functions in facilitating and maintaining culture and ethnic practices. First, groups can pass on their cultural practices from one generation to the next through leisure... Play and...
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Black Leisure
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...LEISURE) Mission ment Forthe period covering 2008 - 2013, the following will be Black Leisure's mission statements: By 2013, Black Leisure Group will achieve 150 million of revenue, 55% profit and will have a 3 million customer base. We will have 20 outdoor activities that are expanding at 5%. We will have a labor force of 20,000 professionals who will be positioned in all the continents. The total number of store will be 800 that will be retailing 25 brands combined in Outdoor and Boardwear. The maximum turnover will be 11%. (Zagotta & Don, 2008, Issue 5) Discussions of the Mission Statements The above mission... statement is quantifiable in terms of the time of achievement...
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Case study 'THE CALL CENTRE AT TENGO LTD'
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...centre workers’. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, vol. 12, no. 4, pp. 366-392. Lyons, A. (1997). Customer service in leisure and tourism. London: Hodder & Stoughton. Marr, B., & Neely, A. (2004). Managing and measuring for value: The case of call centre performance. Bedfordshire, Great Britain: Cranfield University, Cranfield School of Management and Fujitsu McCausland, C. (2012). ‘2012 Best Places To Work’. Baltimore, Available at http://www.baltimoremagazine.net/features/2012/02/2012-best-places-to-work [Accessed 11 November, 2012] Mol, M. (2007). Outsourcing: design, process, and performance... ?THE CALL CENTRE AT TENGO LTD INTRODUCTION Tengo Ltd is a book manufacturer. It has...
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Employee motivation among call centre agents
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...leisure and managerial concerns (Taylor and Bain, 1999). In the face of this rising concern, Mobily company, one of the leading telecommunications and Internet service provider in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, has opened a contact centre that will provide quality and efficient customer care services for its growing clientele (Mobily Annual Report, 2010). At the core, of Mobily’s working principle is the recognition of the ideal that as customer satisfaction is more than 100% pursued, employees satisfaction is maintained and sustained more than... Employee motivation is a key element that affects employee satisfaction. As such, the importance of understanding motivation in the currentglobal context is...
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The Pennine Center
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...leisure centre, swimming pools and sports stadium. Centre has technology with nine screen cinema, stadiums and car parking, effectively managed retail outlets. It has a wide geographic coverage with remarkable locations. - Weaknesses Increase in competition reduces the chances to attract more customers. Profits of company are reducing rapidly and are resulting in low returns due to uncertain economic conditions... ? THE PENNINE CENTER (Your teacher’s due 1 Introduction Pennine Center provides entertainment to the peoplein their leisure times. It was the dream of William Carroll. This center provides many benefits to the people such as fast food outlets, shows and events to entertain those people,...
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Leisure time
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...Leisure Time of Affiliation: Leisure Time Leisure time is a period set apart from the normal daily routine and chores such as business, work, domestic chores, and education activities. Despite the fact that some people usually engage in certain work-related activities for pleasure, such should never be considered as leisure activities, because leisure time excludes the time spent on all the necessary activities including eating and sleeping. Statistics reveals that leisure time and its associated activities vary significantly because of the cultural diversity existing in the societies...
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Visitor centre
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...CENTRE DESIGN PROPOSAL A. Specific Design Requirements/Parameters: (for structural considerations Provide structural framing suitable forsloping and wet terrain with fluctuating water level up to 6". Chosen foundation must also be sulphate-resistant and be supported by firm strata located below the watertable. 2. The structural design must have column-free spaces at lecture rooms and exhibition areas. 3. External walls shall all be glazed. 4. Roof framing must be able to support a grass roof. B. Scheme 1: 1. Functional Framing The framing is as illustrated in the framing plans in scheme 1. Longest span is at 15.0 meters. The ground floor plan illustrates the configuration of the beams... VISITOR CENTRE ...
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Assessment Centre
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...Centres The intense competition among business organisations in a challenging external business environment has intensified the role of HR function and compelled professionals to use various techniques and procedures to fully assess a potential candidate before his / her selection and offering a job contract. This paper will first discuss the definition and importance of assessment centres. The researcher will then throw light over the purpose, value and aim of assessment centres that are widely used by contemporary HR executives during employee recruitment, selection and development process. Leivens (2001) has pointed out the fact that assessment centres have gained popularity and fame... ?Assessment...
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Nehemiah Centre
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...Centre has been on the forefront of this needed intervention in the city of Houston and its environs. The centre has taken on social tasks that have impacted inner-city... Everyone desires the freedoms to live, work, play and pursue their dreams in peace and harmony. Rather unfortunately, these ideals have not always been achievable for many as our society and communities are plagued with many troubles that affect our way of life. The roles government and non-governmental institutions play is of great importance, and should be seen as crucial to confronting many of these anomalies. It is clear that intervention is a relevant necessity today than it has ever been. For more than a decade, the Nehemiah Cen...
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Womens Leisure
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...Leisure A professional roller derby player is like one of the toughest types of players in the world andis more like a rugby player on ice. A female professional derby player is different from a male player in such a way that a female player is expected to be less aggressive and less rough when playing the sport. However, derby is popularly known as a type of rough contact sport. This is the reason why both male and female players may allow themselves some form of violence, roughness or even cheating strategies if they believe they have to win. At my school, athletes are perceived as physically healthy individuals and ones who are popular among members of the opposite sex. Moreover... in the...
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Scottich Dolphin Centre, Spey Bey, Moray
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...Centre, Spey Bey, Moray Introduction The most important aspect of the of wildlife and marine tourism is that the major purpose of a trip must always to see, enjoy or even study wildlife. Wildlife tourism has been regarded as a way of securing benefits of sustainable economy whereas supporting the conservation of wildlife and the local communities. But the question is how well this can be achieved the things that should be done to accomplish the vision. Tourism that is done on the basis of visitors engaging with the wild animals is substantially attracting more interests from different governments, researchers and the industry of tourism. There is diversity in the types... Kingdom. This is...
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Leisure & Tourism
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...leisure and recreational facilities continues to raise globally, a phenomenon that has resulted to rapid growth of entertainment, and tourism industries. Leisure and recreation takes different forms, however, it involves taking a break from normal day to day activities with an aim of acquiring specific objectives. Leisure, just as any other human endeavor is driven by motivations, which form the foundations of leisure activities. There are two forms of leisure which involve active or passive activities. Many sports require active participation, while other activities such as watching television are passive (Alex, and Song 2004, p 23). Researchers have... identified several motivations, from...
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Valuing Your Customers
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...leisure centre demands of the population, customer expectations are necessary to boost their satisfaction (Schiller, Miller-Kovach, & Miller 1994). For example, when considering introducing Yoga activities, the medical conditions of the customers were included in their programs, such as availing medical staff to cater for heart attack patients. This eventually translates its high quality services to customers. Staffing Issues The staff is an extremely significant part of an organization in ensuring that the aims of the organization and promises made to the customers are accomplished. The staff thus is essential in determining... ). Therefore, because the staff is continually in touch with the...
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Essentials of Customer Service Improvement for Leisure Customers
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...Leisure s within International Hotels [Institution’s Name] Abstract The purpose of this paper is to investigate the essentials of the customers’ service for the leisure customers within international hotels with the help of which the customers can get good services, provide suggestion and get their complaints attended. Managers are an important part of the hotel industry, especially food managers; they are essential for improvement. Their suggestions should be considered and implemented if possible. We will look at the latest technologies such as the internet and email, and suggestions of getting the advantage of these prevalent... technologies will be provided Also, the future of the...
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Study Topic 5 Valuing your customers
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...leisure centre demands of the population, customer expectations are necessary to boost their satisfaction (Schiller, Miller-Kovach, & Miller 1994). For example, when considering introducing Yoga activities, the medical conditions of the customers were included in their programs, such as availing medical staff to cater for heart attack patients. This eventually translates its high quality services to customers. Staffing Issues The staff is an extremely significant part of an organization in ensuring that the aims of the organization and promises made to the customers are accomplished. The staff thus is essential... Introduction Over the past years, the participants of sports and fitness...
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Recreation & Leisure
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...Leisure The new millennium has brought with it new understandings, new technologies, new attitudes and new abilities. Through technology, people are able to go ever deeper into the wilderness to experience for themselves what they’ve only read or heard about, or that they feel no one else has ever experienced before. They have more time to invest in leisure and recreation activities and they are increasingly turning to the nation’s open spaces as a means of exploring their options. As the following paper will demonstrate, the increasing variety and prevalence of these activities is introducing a new set of challenges for the park manager as he struggles to adjust to the vast shift... Recreation and...
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Research on two large regeneration schemes in London and one regeneration in Slough town centre, Berkshire
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...leisure facilities. (Southwark council 2007) The regeneration project Elephant and castle regeneration programme is an ambitious project to transform the area to make it one of the biggest regeneration project ever done in entire Europe. The projected which is estimated to cost 1.5 billion sterling pounds, 170 –acre project includes creating a modern pedestrianised town centre, a market square; new green spaces and also hundreds of new homes and new jobs. South council has taken... Introduction Over time different regeneration projects have been going in the UK to improve the specific areas and make the areas provide better services than before. The major regeneration projects that will be discussed are...
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Leisure tourism
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...centre located in Depthford, South of London. It has recently undergone a £1 million renovation and needs to attract more customers to generate more profits and pay back the debts incurred during renovation. The main marketing issue for the Wavelength gym is the targetting of a market segment and promotion amongst that segement. The Marketing Mix The target market Since the location of the Wavelength gym is already established, the target market should belong to the population living in or near Deptford who can have easy access to the gym. The use of a Geo-demographic Information System (GIS... The Wavelength gym, Marketing mix and strategies Introduction The Wavelength gym is a health and recreation...
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Personal Safety and Levels of Victimisation in Kingston Town Centre in February
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...Centre in February XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX Course: XXXXX Date: XXXXX Introduction This report has been compiled with the aim of establishing personal safety and levels of victimization by people who visited Kingston town centre in February 2012. It considers these findings, at an aggregate level, in relation to the annual monitoring surveys undertaken since February 2007. This monitoring method is consistent with the rules for crime audit first advised by the Crime Reduction Team at the government office for London. Context In recent years, crime in British cities is far greater that its incidence (Killias and Clerici 2000... A Report on Personal Safety and Levels of Victimisation in Kingston Town...
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