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1 Running head: PROJECT 2: TURNIP PLAZA HOTEL ANALYSIS                                                 Project 2:  Turnip Plaza Hotel Analysis     Edward T. Canto       UMUC
2 TURNIP PLAZA HOTEL ANALYSIS  Turnip Plaza Hotel Analysis Introduction Mark Piper was employed with the Turnip Plaza for several years as an experienced tour guide in Michigan. His reputation made him one of the best tourist guide around the area which brought significant revenue for the company. He is also the most skillful worker and people who come to the hotel specifically request for him to be their guide. A month ago, an employee from a rival company named Stacey Nguyen; manager of Huron Overnight Inn, offered Mark a substantial salary increases to leave the Turnip Plaza Hotel and come and work for her. Mark had to think about it and mentioned this deal with his colleagues in his workplace. This was a great opportunity for Mark to ensure his future and to support his family. However, one of his colleagues reported the details of Stacey's offer to Mark's manager named Edward Griffin. He immediately arranged a meeting with Mark to counteract the proposal and give him a better deal of promotion with a 50 percent raise and a guaranteed two-year contract with if he stays with Turnip Plaza. Mark could not pass this offer and agreed with Edward. Because of Edwards offer, Mark agreed to stay at Turnip Plaza Hotel and declined Stacey’s offer. All of the sudden, Mark was dismissed from his job because of corporate restructuring and concerns about the increased liability risks of managing high adventure tours through Colossal’s hotels. Within this report, Turnip Plaza Hotel will be accessed on the way they handled dismissing Mark from Turnip Plaza Hotel. There are legal and ethical issues needed to be address. In addition, this report will access the legalities of the contract law, state law, assess the damages and ethical obligations to fulfil the promise to Mark.
3 TURNIP PLAZA HOTEL ANALYSIS  Legal Theories and its Elements A contract is an exchange of promises between an individual and would constitute in an enforceable agreement between two parties (Contract law, n.d., para. 1). Both understand that terms of an agreement which could be used as legal matter ensure that the parties involved abide by the rules. Also, it is simply a promise or set of promises for which the law gives a remedy, or the performance for which the law in some way recognizes as a duty (Contract law, n.d., para. 5) In this case concerning Mark and Turnip Plaza Hotel there are several legal theories that Mark could use to legally enforce Edward’s promise. The contract law concerns the legal principles governing the exchange of goods or services between individuals or businesses (Contract law, n.d., para. 1). This is an exchange of promises between an individual or a promise in exchange for action that is enforceable in some way. For example, 1). Mark was verbally promised a fifty percent raise along with a guaranteed

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