Jamaican Author and Poetess Denise N. Fyffe Denise N. Fyffe, B.Sc., b.1981 in Kingston, Jamaica, since 2002 has worked in several Information Technology positions and as a Teacher. Presently she is the IT Programme Coordinator for a Jamaican University. During her career, she has worked for such organisations as Infoserv Institute of Technology, Heart Trust … Continue reading Books by Jamaican Author and Poetess Denise N. Fyffe
Occupational theft is a billion dollar industry in and of itself. Every year global organizations face the challenge of minimizing the loss of inventory, goods and financial standing. Numerous measures have been implemented but with the onset of the global financial recession, people have become even more desperate and innovative in their methods to siphon … Continue reading Feature on Thieves in the Workplace by Denise N. Fyffe
Jamaican Honey and Sauce by Poetess Denise N. Fyffe This was the first book that I ever published. After doing so, I felt a sense of great accomplishment. My mind was taken back to when I was a little girl sitting on my neighbors roof, and I had the desire to be a writer someday. … Continue reading Feature on Jamaican Honey and Sauce by Denise N. Fyffe
The overall perspective of the department, from the vantage point of the students and customers is that there are seemingly too many problems and difficulties. Hence, it is of added value to dispel that notion while increasing the capabilities and outlook of the staff.
The idea for this analysis in, Is the Registry Happy? by Denise N. Fyffe, was born out of the direct contact with the Registry staff of a learning organisation. Questions and concerns arose as to the career development exposure of the staff members and the benefits that could be derived from this type of exposure. The overall perspective of the department, from the vantage point of the students and customers is that there are seemingly too many problems and difficulties. Hence, it is of added value to dispel that notion while increasing the capabilities and outlook of the staff.
Several registry employees are short-term contractual workers. These are school leavers with no prior job experience. They are normally placed at the front desk and many reports have surfaced about the poor customer service experienced. It has been stated by external clients…
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Poetess Denise N. Fyffe My given name is Denise Fyffe. As a child, I was a spawn of the creative influence that means drama, skits, singing in the school choir, making and painting little flowers and designing cards for my friends and loved ones. It seems unreal for me to vaguely remember writing novellas in … Continue reading Poetry Books by Jamaican Author and Poetess Denise N. Fyffe
Duck Dynasty, Faith, Family & American Values by . $2.99 from Smashwords.com Duck Dynasty is a reality TV show following the Robertson family as they go about their daily business. What seems to attract people to the show is the fact that as a family, the Robertson's are a reflection of what the American family … Continue reading Featured Book: Duck Dynasty, Faith, Family and American Values
Hometown Prophet By Jeff Fulmer At 31 years old, Peter Quill moves back home to live with his mom in a suburb of Nashville. Following a spiritual experience, he has a vivid, cryptic dream. It isn’t until he hears a sermon at church that he understands the meaning of his dream and tells his pastor, … Continue reading Featured Book: Hometown Prophet By Jeff Fulmer
Valley of Chaya by Tracey Hoffmann. $5.49 from Smashwords.com This first book in the Valley of Chaya series sets a new benchmark in Christian fiction excellence. The book is best described as an action adventure, suspense, love story. It is set in the world of human trafficking but has been written with sensitivity and care … Continue reading Featured Book: Valley of Chaya By Tracey Hoffmann
The Heart of Applebutter Hill 14-year-old Adiaphoran refugees Baggy and Abigail are a bit cynical, as they are alone in a new country. Rounded up with other refugee kids, they live in Transition House at the Plumkettle Learning Center until they are placed with guardians. Photographer Baggy moves into a berm house containing a WWII periscope … Continue reading Featured Book: The Heart of Applebutter Hill by Donna W. Hill
Secrets from a Manhattan Broker: Things Your Rental Broker Doesn't Want You to Know Have you ever wondered why finding an apartment in Manhattan can be such a frustrating, daunting experience? Have you ever thought that maybe those advertisements that you see on Craigslist could be for fake apartments? Do you wonder about what goes … Continue reading Featured Book: Secrets from a Manhattan Broker by Alex Zane Coleman