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  • Panera Bread Reaction Paper

    Over four hundred salads, two hundred sandwiches, and one thousand soups prepared that was the busiest lunch rush in Panera Breads recent history. Panera Bread, of Hadley is a restaurant franchise that serves thousands of customers every day and satisfies the vast majority of them. My job is to train you to be an employee with the necessary patience and training. Training to help develop the know how and muscle memory to become a valued employee at this successful franchise. Congrats on being hired at Panera Bread, Hadley, me as a trainer it is my job to show and describe an average workday very thoroughly step by step. The first step of any workday is being dressed to work with a tucked in collared shirt, pants, an assigned apron with white embroidering, slip resistant shoes and a Panera Bread hat with the mother bread logo. After being dressed to work you can clock in at the registers in the front, then go to the deployment where every worker’s assigned work station is listed. Let’s start with the sandwich station, usually online learning and trainer shadowing come first, but I believe the most effective way of learning is by “jumping head first” so here we go. Before working with the food we need to have washed and gloved hands then I’ll guide you through the breads and ingredients. We have many different kinds of breads cut, baked, and prepared for specific sandwiches, whether it be our tomato basil bread for the bacon turkey bravo or it be the sourdough bread for the…

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  • Nursing Case Study: Estelle's Plan Of Care

    Estelle is unable to move and therefore increasing her risk of potentially acquiring pressure ulcers or skin tears. Although the compromise of skin integrity is not always inevitable in a patient who are undergoing palliative care (Matzo & Sherman, 2015) interventions must be set in place to prevent this issue. These may include having the nurse complete daily skin assessments to evaluate the integrity and intervene early if any signs are noted that could indicate a potential risk factor.…

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  • Ethical Analysis Of Euthanasia

    It’s an act with an intention to end one’s life to relieve them of further suffering and is sometimes misunderstood and used incorrectly. Sanders & Chaloner (2007) stated it is more appropriately defined as assisted dying, which has an influence on healthcare practice as it elicits valid ethical questions. The controversy revolves around the moral validity and acceptability of voluntary euthanasia. Ethical concepts such as rights and autonomy are argued by those who favor this act. A specific…

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  • The Butcher's Tale Analysis

    of Ernst Winter were found, neatly packaged and distributed around the small Polish town of Konitz. Two days earlier, Ernst Winter was brutally murdered; his blood was drained from his body while each of his limbs were cut with a sawblade. The townspeople quickly made two assumptions about the murder: the murderer must’ve been Jewish because of the drained blood and the murderer must’ve been a butcher because of the incredibly precise incisions. This presumptuous criterion led directly to…

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  • Analysis: The Unifications Of Germany And Italy

    Anti-Semitism has been a reoccurring practice throughout the development of European society particularly in the harshest times. Economic hardship on peasants in the Middle Ages saw blame placed upon the Jews. Superstitions that Jews drained blood of Christian children to make matzo were widely believed among Europeans which only fueled violence. The Jews often lived in their own sections of cities and usually only mingled amongst themselves which didn’t help dispel any of these allegations. Any…

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  • Essay On Jewish Culture

    Penitence, which end on Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement. Jews are judged on this day for their deeds of the past year. Jews fast and express their regret for bad deeds during the past year and their hope to perform good deeds in the following year.” (5). Jews mainly observe this day through the synagogue worship. In the ancient times, Jews were expected to make a journey to jerusalem, the holy city during three major festivals. These festivals were the Passover, Shavuot and Sukkot. Magid…

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  • The Relationship Between My Mother And My Father

    sells herself short. The woman is fifty two years old, she never finished college and she lives with her mother. Does that mean that she is not intellectual? Absolutely not, the woman is incredibly smart and is a decorating genius. My mother’s style is both homely and modernistic. Houses decorated by Kim are houses done right. Anything you need fixed, my mom is your woman. Another thing that she is amazingly gifted at is cooking. My mother’s side of the family is incredibly Italian, so let’s…

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