Chapter 19 Critical Thinking Exercises

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Chapter 19 Critical Thinking Exercises 1. Lenny’s Used Book Store is doing pretty well. Lenny has been the sole employee as well as the owner since it started a year ago. At this point, he limits the hours he is opened and simply shuts the book store down when he wants vacation time. Lately, he’s also finding that while he’s in the midst of sorting and shelving books, he’ll get interrupt by customers. Of course, as soon as he sits down to lunch, someone comes in. He’s thinking about hiring someone but isn’t really sure whether it’ll be part time of full time. Can you give him some advice? How could he use part time help? Why might he consider full time help? 2. How did the small businesses find the following employees? a. Wendell was happy to help out his brother on weekend until he could afford to hire extra help. b. Milton lived in Nebraska but worked in Massachusetts, New Mexico and Oregon without ever leaving his home. c. Martin posted his resume on job Website. d. Enzo was happy to paint the offices of Stella’s new veterinary clinic in exchange for lifetime pet care for his Doberman. e. Michelle heard about the job from a friend who worked there. f. Marta was between her junior and senior year of college and really looking for some marketing experience to put on her resume. g. Vince got his job when his dad, an attorney for Ramsey Gates, heard that Gates Insurance was hiring. h. Emil was a small businessman himself, working for other small businesses on a project basis.
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