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    Furthermore, actions that may have gone unnoticed were able to be related to the Structural-Functionalism theory, such as figuring out why a person may go sit with someone of the same or opposite gender, talks or does not talk with the barista, or even does or does not try to make conversation with those around them. The question was raised about the possible religious background of those who were there, with the likelihood that most of the students that were there were students of Liberty University. Ironically, in the middle of the conversation, someone who overheard the conversation came up to explain some of his struggles and the importance of relying on God. With the varying of people there, The Muse catered an atmosphere that the majority of individuals can relate to, and interact within a social environment. All of these things provided detailed evidence that would allow for further study on how social forces in society influence each…

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    Starbucks Baristas

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    Many Starbucks baristas can tell you stories about the immense amount of diversity in their customers. Men and women, young and old. Numerous people enter these coffee shop many times and slowly gain knowledge of their store and their baristas. Different customers have different relationships with the baristas. Sometimes, it’s a person who has a bad day and needs to rant to a stranger. At other times, people just need a laugh. Some ask questions about every little thing. As a result, baristas…

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    An example of a leadership experience in which I have brought a positive influence would be demonstrated in my role as a barista at Starbucks. When I first started working at this store, my coworkers didn't always treat customers with their best face forward at all times, and would sometimes let emotions drive their actions. After working here for months, I encouraged my coworkers to smile more and be more respectful towards the customer. As a group, we have collectively become closer to the…

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    Morning Rush The everyday American is familiar with the rush to get to work in the morning. Perhaps on the way to their job, they fill their car with gas or buy a cup of coffee at the local coffee shop. They may get a gourmet coffee beverage, such as a latte, or the traditional brewed coffee presented for the day. Just like the roads in the morning, it is busy in coffee shops just like Frost and Steam in downtown Waconia. The morning shift for a barista is hectic and complex, in order to get…

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    Onboarding Case Study

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    Discuss the key issues which need to be considered when onboarding the new baristas at MacaLatte. Onboarding is the process by which new hires are emotionally, physically, and professionally integrated into the established culture and operations of their new employer (HRZone n.d). Onboarding involves new employees adjusting and acclimatising to their new job (the role), their new place of work and their co-workers. The function of Human Resource Management is to manage the human capital of a…

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    The event was successful to a certain extent however there it is been predicted that some coffee was not as good as said but all of the orders were fulfilled and most customer was happy about the serving. Feedback sheets were made but minimum people sat down at the table, so no feedback were able to be recorded. As a kitchen hand I expected the worse which was by judging how the crews behaved on the planning phase was lack trust and work, however it was not as bad as expected where I cleaned…

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    involved in this type of community whether they know it or not. A discourse community is a group of people who share a common goal and communicate about a specific topic. According to John Swales, he characterizes a discourse community as a group of individuals who broadly agree on a set of common public goals, have mechanisms of intercommunication among their members and use these mechanisms to provide information and feedback. Therefore, being a part of the high school’s band team or being a…

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    Proposed Idea I am proposing the idea of a student run cafe and barista training facility. We will operate on the premise of ‘Students teaching students’, which is an important value at Ao Tawhiti. The cafe named ‘Unlimited Caffeine” will be open between the hours of 10:00-10:30 and 12:00-12:40 Monday to Friday, which training being held at negotiated times. The cafe and barista training facility will be solely self funded, and donate profits made back into the school community. This is an…

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    At the same time, the higher the price of coffee the higher the buyers bargaining power. As buyers’ expectation is high, the money they spent in Starbucks must meet their demand. In order to meet their demand, the service standards of the baristas must be acceptable, newly hired baristas have to be properly trained, promoting a barista before he or she was properly trained and declining beverage quality affect the organization. Written by Howard Schultz. “Too often we picked bad location’s or…

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    Macalatte Deli Case Study

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    MacaLatte Deli & Specialist Grocery ¬¬¬¬¬¬¬ Position Available: Barista (Part/Full-Time) Job Description: Duties and Responsibilities MacaLatte are hiring competent baristas for their six new stores. Successful candidates will be required to carry out a range of duties and responsibilities, including:  Serving customers in a friendly and welcoming manner, maintaining MacaLatte’s culture of high customer service. This includes using the cash register, hot and cold deli counters, drink…

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