You are working in GMU?s HR department. HR is responsible for tracking employee data to include: name, idNumber, department, and if orientation was attended. Whenever a new employee is hired, not all data is always available
Goal: The purpose of this lab is to demonstrate an understanding of constructors.;Problem: You are working in GMU?s HR department. HR is responsible for tracking employee data to;include: name, idNumber, department, and if orientation was attended. Whenever a new employee is;hired, not all data is always available. You figure out data is always available in one of the following;combinations;- The ID number and name are known, but the department is not;- The ID number is known, but the name and department are not;- The ID number, name, and department are all known;If orientation was attended is never known.;The following employees currently exist;- ID: 5678. Name = Mary Contrary. The department is unknown;- ID: 1234, Name = Stu Dyalot, Department = AIT;- ID: 2468, Name = Julian Date. The department is unknown;Create an object-oriented solution to;- Simulate the creation of these three employees with a message noting all employees have been;loaded;- Creates a fourth employee from user input, entering only an ID number and name;- Provides a menu of all four employees with the opportunity to mark employees as having;attended orientation, until the user indicates they are finished.;Note: Before marking an employee as having attended orientation, a check should occur;to make sure the employee has not already attended orientation.;Note: Your program must use information hiding and your data definition class should not have any;input or output statements in it.
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