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    • 1908, page 36

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    • 36 SOUTHERN BRANCH Typewriting. The work includes instruction in the care and mechanism of the typewriter; exercises in the fingering, practice in writing business letters, legal forms, specifications, tabulated statements, and general work...
    • 1909, page 40

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    • 40 SOUTHERN BRANCH. corporations, business papers, liens, guaranty, insurance, real estate and personal property. Three hours per week throughout the year. Commercial Geography. A course in Commercial Geography will be given to those who...
    • 1910, page 47

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    • 47 tures are, no position, writing, no shading, and no detatching of vowels. These advantages enable the student to master the principle in a short time and to begin work from dictation early in the course. Daily throughout the year. ...
    • 1911, page 44

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    • 44 specifications, tabulated statements, and general work and manifold writing. Daily throughout the year. Business Law. This course embraces a study of the laws governing the transaction of business in the world of commerce, including a...
    • 1912, page 49

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    • 49 Business Law. This course embraces a study of the laws governing the transaction of business in the world of commerce, including a knowledge of contracts, sales, agency, partnership, corporations, business papers, liens, guaranty,...
    • Page 35

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    • STUDENT EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK 30 Scheduling Work schedules are based on facility need, class schedules, and availability. Schedules will be created every two weeks whenever possible. Schedules are frequently adjusted depending on the events. It is...
    • Page 191

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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 187 Scott Schmeling November 11 2013 Chief Engineer Radio Mankato Mankato, MN 1. What is radio's future? Bright, brighter than ever. It's ever-changing. Radio is the original social media, the original...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 3 Chapter 1: Introduction Society’s omnipresent need for healthcare and personal medical attention has led to a network of medical providers and caregivers that must always be prepared to meet the needs of a community and a...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 39 out with her explanation of risk. “It’s not always fun…if there’s something that’s missed on your end that creates a billing problem, that can trickle down to a lot of different things.” How well or poorly the...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 43 patients. Each sub-theme illustrates how medical receptionists recognize the predominant responsibilities of their vocation. Basic responsibilities. How effectively a receptionist does his or her job can fit the broader...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 44 When given job responsibilities, receptionists recognize that there are potential consequences if the obligations are not properly completed. Potential outcomes are not always foreseeable, however respondents recognized that...
    • Page 85

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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 81 Brittney’s feelings on how receptionists are viewed was as follows: “I feel like sometimes patients, or doctors, sometimes the medical assistants don’t really sit to think about how much we really do. How much we do...
    • Page 90

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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 86 becomes noteworthy in a variety of ways. Clearly those filling the nameless and faceless receptionist position recognize themselves as more than just a “nobody.” Specific job responsibilities have been discussed in...
    • Page 111

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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 107 emotional and complicated. Receptionists play a role in healthcare. Thus, if patients want a better grasp on understanding healthcare, they would benefit from understanding receptionists. Granted, few patients will ever...
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    • RECEPTION PERCEPTION 115 These receptionist’s thoughts illustrate yet another gap in the organizational research of medical receptionists. Age can be a strong cultural factor in many circumstances, both personal and professional and thus impacts...

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