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needs, saving it as qryEmployeeContactByWarehouse. Test this query with valid and invalid warehouse information. 9. MovinOn knows that having a workforce of long-term employees improves customer service and avoids the high expense of training new employees. Darnell wants to know if one warehouse is more effective at retaining employees than another. He asks you to do the following:
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a.) Create an employee list that calculates the number of years each employee has worked for MovinOn. b.) Organize the list by job title within each warehouse. c.) Save the query as qryEmployeeLongevity. 10.) MovinOn wants to offer hourly pay rates that are competitive with other moving companies in the Pacific Northwest. To identify non-salaried employees who might be eligible for a raise in pay, Darnell asks you to do the following: a.) Identify employees at each warehouse who earn less than $12.00 per hour. Do not include salaried employees in the list. b.) Let users specify a particular warehouse, and then see information only for the employees who work in that warehouse. c.) Save the query as qryEmployeeLowWage.
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Case Studies 11.) Darnell learns that the manager of the Oregon warehouse has decided to give his hourly employees a 10% raise. He asks you to list all the employees who work in the Oregon warehouse, and show the old rate along with the new rate after a 10% increase to their hourly pay rate. The increase applies only to hourly employees. Save the query as qryOregonRateIncrease. 12.) Close the MovinOn.accdb database and Access.
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