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Business, 26.07.2019 08:00, kidus24

Janie worked in the student bookstore of a community college. the store was quite large and offered a variety of items besides books and school supplies. although she liked the retail atmosphere, there was little opportunity for advancement because the three persons in management positions were doing well in their jobs and not planning to retire very soon. when the college opened a new branch, janie seized the opportunity to be reassigned to the new location and manage the smaller operation. her change was not a promotion, it was considered a(n) ; however, it served to improve her morale because she was performing more tasks and had greater responsibility than at the previous bookstore.

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