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HR Hypothesis the General Field Research Paper

… For example, if Wal-Mart had to pay their people $15 an hour, Amazon would have a field day with that because they don't rely on brick and mortar stores and the employees needed to staff them. That along would lead to Wal-Mart being eviscerated in any retail department that allows for shipping the product directly to the customer. Indeed, that would cover most things except for very large things and perishable things. This would be a no-win situation for nay human resources department subject to it. No serious talk about doubling the minimum wage has surfaced yet but President Obama has advocated a rise to $9 or so an hour and that would be a fairly big rise and thus would have an impact.

The…. [read more]


Supply Chain Management Hypothesis Thesis

… It requires the total dedication from organization within which it SCM implementation is being planned. SCM "expands the scope of the organization being managed beyond the enterprise level to include interorganizational relationships." (Strader et al., 1999)

Supply chain depends heavily on the relationships that organizations can develop and sustain through personal interactions and using the latest technology. Earlier studies in SCM focused on identifying the supply chain network (SCN) developed by organizations. Later, studies focused on supply chain demands, supply chain operation and information sharing. In the present organizational environment, competitive advantages are not just single company or organization-based. Rather, they are supply chain based. (Muralidharan et al., 2002)

There are many independent models within the SCM methodology. Each of these deserve discussion. Some of…. [read more]


Different Preferences in Learning Between American and French Learners in a Multinational Corporate Setting Dissertation

… ¶ … Preferences in Learning between American and French Learners in a Multinational Corporate Setting

The way training is delivered in a corporate environment has a tremendous effect on results. This study investigates the role of culture in the learning styles of adult French and American students enrolled in online training programs at an international university. Using Kolb's learning style inventory, the learning style preferences of respondents in both cultural groups will be classified as divergers, convergers, accommodators, and assimilators, reflecting their general tendencies toward learning environments as conceptualized by Kolb (1985). The assumption is that Americans prefer to learn from action-oriented methods and are more comfortable learning from activities that are not job related, such as role plays and games, than do their French…. [read more]


Training Levels and Number of Complaints Research Paper

… ¶ … Training Levels and Number of Complaints in the it Industry

Dissatisfied employees is a major detriment in any industry. When employees feel their rights are not being honored, they have the right to file formal complaints, which can cause a dip in both morale and overall productivity. This is often attributed to a lack of proper formal training in regards to appropriate work environment training, both on the employee and managerial participatory levels. This is true within the it industry as it is in most other contemporary industries.

This current study reviews the contemporary discourse regarding the level of formal training as correlated with the number of personnel complaints filed within a particular organization. The following content first examines the problem of high…. [read more]


Managing the Human Resource Assessment

… ¶ … ecological approaches provide a strong perspective to understanding complex relationships between humans & the biosphere?

Whether the thesis statement regarding ecological approaches giving rise to a strong understanding of complex relationships between humans and the biosphere is accurate is a function of the knowledge obtained via archeological studies and digs that have revealed information into the interrelationships between human society and the biosphere. This essay will take a critical assessment by reviewing the literature on the topic of ecological approaches in investigation human history to determine whether these approaches provide a 'powerful perspective' for understanding complex interrelationships between humans and the biosphere.

Prior to continuing the discussion, the statement must be addressed according to the stated definition(s) for the various ecological approaches. According…. [read more]


Organizational Culture and Sustained Competitive Dissertation

… This study will survey a number of organizations in a variety of industries in an attempt to find consensus in the strategic application of organizational cultural concepts.

This study will not result in a unified definition of culture, competition, or competitive advantage that will apply uniformly to all organizations in every situation. However, it will serve in the development of criteria that organizations can utilize to help determine the characteristics of their own organization and how they can be used to an improve the sustainability of their organization. This research will play an important role in the development of processes for analyzing and developing an organizational culture that maximizes the organization strengths and minimizes its weaknesses. It will examine the state of knowledge in organizations…. [read more]


Goals Related Hypothesis Chapter

… I can also use the Grow and Well Done approach of the performance management system where the Grow model helps the nurse visualize where he wants be and the Well Done approach compliments him for reaching it.

When leaders or managers are planning to manage change, there are five key principles that need to be kept in mind:

1. Different people react differently to change

2. Everyone has fundamental needs that have to be met

3. Change often involves a loss, and people go through the "loss curve"

4. Expectations need to be managed realistically

5. Fears have to be dealt with Many of the patients -- if not all -- go through some sort of change in their alignment to illness and their struggles…. [read more]


HRM Outline Human Resource Management an Analysis Thesis

… HRM Outline

Human Resource Management

An analysis of how to utilize Human Resources to create or maintain a competitive advantage within the modern business environment.

Synthesis Review

Leadership Background

Organizational Leadership Models

Leadership Development

Employee Selection

Training

Learning Culture

Cultural Dimension

Every modern organization has a human resources department to manage its employees and can range from a single person to an entire human resources department with hundreds of HR employees. Furthermore, human resources can be considered more of a support function or administrative function in some organizations, while in others it is considered the backbone that can drive an organization to innovation and build a learning culture and create a competitive advantage in the industry. The problem in many modern organizations is that they…. [read more]


Leadership and Human Resource Management Research Proposal

… The sector, from the leadership and authority section, the government influences directly the decisions of the various sectors, hence the theory Y The government of the United States is democratic (Billsberry, Salaman & Storey, 2005). However, this does not reflect in the ground as the leadership exhibits aspects of being autocratic in managing the various sectors. The public sector does not have the liberty of working as a team, as managers and the leadership only issue directives to the workers and expect that employees comply without question. This is a significant challenge in the motivation of the workers to achieve. Additionally, in some situations, the leadership does not have actual feel of the reality on the ground, and; therefore, they issue directives and instructions that…. [read more]


New Regulatory Framework for Telecommunications Discussion Chapter

… 22

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Evidence

15

0.21

0.29

0.12

0.75

0.22

0.02

0.08

0.14

16

0.31

0.33

0.35

0.71

0.14

0.06

0.16

0.22

Economic Growth

17

0.12

0.08

0.32

0.09

0.70

0.08

0.08

0.04

18

0.15

0.12

0.21

0.11

0.76

0.12

0.05

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19

0.22

0.14

0.14

0.06

0.76

0.14

0.14

0.11

20

0.32

0.22

0.19

0.15

0.78

0.22

0.16

0.06

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0.15

0.23

0.22

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0.23

0.18

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Implementing Internationally

( Urgent Timing)

29

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0.07

0.19

0.34

0.16

0.86

0.33

0.05

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0.05

0.08

0.33

0.42

0.19

0.77

0.27

0.04

31

0.18

0.03

0.27

0.26

0.22

0.85

0.12

0.08

*V1 National security, V2 criminal investigation, V3 Combat terrorist, V4 Evidence, V5 Economic Growth, V6 Implementing Internationally (Urgent Timing)

The results from Table 8.4…. [read more]


Crowdsourcing Techniques in Call Centers Dissertation

… [EXCERPT] . . . promising phenomenon that lends itself to call centers' ability to improve their own and their other business units' efficiency is the employment of crowdsourcing. Crowdsourcing is an online, distributed problem-solving and production model already in use by for-profit organizations such as Threadless, iStockphoto, and InnoCentive. Speculation in Weblogs and wisdom of crowds theory assumes a diverse crowd engaged in crowdsourcing labor. Crowdsourcing is the act of taking a job traditionally performed by a designated agent (usually an employee) and outsourcing it to an undefined, generally large group of people in the form of an open call. Furthermore, and as crowdsourcing is in some ways similar to open-source software production, prior research suggests that individuals in the crowd likely participate in crowdsourcing…. [read more]


Organizational Commitment Study of White-Collar, Seasonal Contingent Research Proposal

… Organizational Commitment

Study of White-Collar, Seasonal Contingent Worker's Organizational Commitment within a Wholly (99%) Seasonal Environment

The past several decades have witnessed a number of fundamental transformations in the American workforce, including an increased number of non-traditional workers such as contingent workers (Mayfield & Mayfield, 2007). These types of nontraditional employment arrangement can provide a number of advantages for companies because they offer more cost-effective and flexible staffing arrangements, and have been shown to improve employee morale and the retention of high quality employees who prefer nonstandard work hours (Mayfield & Mayfield). According to these authors, in spite of the increasing reliance on contingent and other nontraditional workers, there remains a dearth of research concerning relevant best practices in motivating these workers. Consequently, a number…. [read more]


Human Resources Management - Review of Theories Term Paper

… Human Resources Management - Review of Theories

Importance of Human Resources Management to organizations

Strategic Human Resources Management and firm performance

Human Resources Management (HRM) and the Strategic Management Process (SMP)

Challenges and benefits of global Human Resource Management

HRM and Technology

Resources are limited: Creativity is unlimited."

These are the words and, most important, the belief, that POSCO, the world's second largest steel producer shares with all its employees and visitors arriving to its Pohang plant, situated far into the sea separating Japan and Korea. And these words are written on a huge sign spanning on six lanes of traffic, proclaiming the company's philosophy both in Korean and English. (Milkovich and Boudreau, 1997)

But this is not only the belief of POSCO, is the…. [read more]


Effects Impact of Technology in Learning of Elementary School Special ED Students Thesis

… ¶ … technology in learning of elementary school special ed. Students

Action Research Paper:

Effects and Impact of Technology in Learning of Elementary School Special Education Students

The use of technologies to assist in the teaching of special education elementary school children presents unique challenges and illustrates how the creative use of Web-based learning systems can accelerate and support the long-term retention of concepts with these specific students. It is the intent of this Action Research paper to illustrate how this is specifically can be accomplished through the use of a variety of teaching techniques. Despite the potential benefits of using technology-based training there is however there is a lack of adoption of Web-based training materials, websites, and strategies specifically focused on individualized learning plans…. [read more]


Cross-Sectional Study to Determine Factors Term Paper

… South Africa is being chosen because the scarcity of physicians in some parts of the country means that nurses receive extensive medical training because there may be times when they are the only medically trained person within hundreds of miles. Hasina Subedar, head of the South African Nursing Council, states, "The pitch is 'pack your bag', we'll do the rest. As long as the nurse agrees to work in an American hospital for two years, everything else from green cards for the entire family to airline tickets to apartments are taken care of" (CBS News, January 17, 2003).

One option which has been overlooked by many during this period of "healthcare hysteria" is the cadre of skilled, intelligent and available licensed practical nurses. These nurses…. [read more]


Human Resources Managing Organisational Culture Dissertation

… d).

Understanding of organisational culture and cultural types also helps the understanding of why managerial reforms may impact differently within and between organisations. An organisation with a predominantly internal process culture, for example, may be more resistant to reforms aimed at promoting innovation. It is expected that staff in high uncertainty avoidance cultures to be more concerned with rule-following and more reluctant to risk changing jobs - both factors of some importance for those reformers who want to deregulate bureaucracies and encourage more rapid job change in the public service'. Businesses in both the private and public sectors have come to understand that organisational change frequently requires changing the organisation's culture and learning (O'Donnell & Boyle, 2008).

Whatever the purpose and performance results of culture…. [read more]


NC System This Study Focuses Multiple Chapters

… 5-D (two5D_manufacturing_feature). Every working step included contains sub-features (such as pocket, step, planar_face, round_hole slot, general_outside_profile, etc.) along with cutting condition data or information (Calabrese and Celentano, 2007).

The complete and thorough explanation related to the working steps is enclosed in the technology description. This full explanation includes information with respect to machining strategies, tools, definitions of the work pieces and the things of similar nature. For instance, an entire technology description contains depth of hole that is required to be machined, diameter of the tool, rotational speed, and feed rate, etc. (Calabrese and Celentano, 2007). The geometry data employed in different components is explained by employing the ISO 10303 structure (Calabrese and Celentano, 2007).

Every STEP-NC program has a PROJECT and a WORK PLAN…. [read more]


Ewom Communication and Brand Trust Term Paper

… EWOM Communication and Brand Trust

Brand Trust and Customer Equity

EWOM Communication and Customer Equity

Brand Equity Drivers and Customer Equity

Relationship of Equity Drivers on Customer Equity

Value Equity Drivers

Brand-Related, Relationship-Related and Value-Related Drivers

Developing eWOM Campaigns

Things Not to Do with eWOM

Considerations for Consumer Online Reviews

Comparison of WOM Campaigns

Customer Equity (Villanueva, Yoo & Hanssens 2006, Introduction Section, ¶ 1).

CLV: Consumers' lifetime value (Villanueva, Yoo & Hanssens 2006, Introduction, ¶ 1).

UGC: User-Generated Content (Cheong & Morrison 2008, ¶ 1).

HOW ELECTRONIC WORD-of-MOUTH (EWOM)

AFFECTS BRAND TRUST and CUSTOMER EQUITY

CHAPTER II

LITERATURE REVIEW

"…[C]onsumer reviews and ratings are the most accessible and prevalent form of eWOM"

(Hopken, Gretzel, & Law 2009, p. 38).

eWOM

In the literal world,…. [read more]


Shattering the Glass Ceiling Breaking Barriers for Women Term Paper

… Shattering the glass ceiling.

History of the glass ceiling

Although the fact of the glass ceiling has probably been around since the first woman entered the first job market anywhere on earth, the term itself originate din a Wall Street Journal report in 1986. The report, about corporate women, "most frequently refers to barriers faced by women who attempt, or aspire, to attain senior positions (as well as higher salary levels) in corporations, government, education and nonprofit organizations. It can also refer to racial and ethnic minorities and men when they experience barriers to advancement" (Lockwood, 2004).

Although workplace discrimination is illegal in the United States it exists in a number of sub-rosa forms, including hiring practices and availability of training and development opportunities that…. [read more]


Aviation Accidents & Situational Awareness Dissertation

… High Reliability or Normal Accidents: A critical examination of situational awareness and its value in reducing human errors in aviation ground operations



Acronyms



The concept of situational awareness



Level 1 SA -- Perception Of The Elements In The Environment.



Level 2 SA -- Comprehension Of The Current Situation.



Level 3 SA -- Projection Of Future Status.



Situation Awareness Requirements



Theories of Situational Awareness



Three-level model



Interactive sub-systems



The perceptual cycle



Summary of the theories



Preparing for thematic synthesis



Searching



Qualitative assessment

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Occupational Health and Safety and Lighting Term Paper

… ¶ … Risk and Hazard Factors of Bright Blue Light

The public is constantly being inundated by advertising that states that the intensity and range of colors offered by lamps that replicate sunshine and daylight are necessary for best vision and visual health. Simultaneously, the public is admonished by those in the medical field to wear blue-blocking, UV-protective sunglasses outdoors. This has necessarily left questions which need answered concerning these matters in relation to whom the public should believe and how light can damage the retinas of the individual as well as what the differences are between fluorescent, halogen, neodymium, and regular incandescent light bulbs.

The aim of the following proposal for research is to examine the risk and hazard factors of bright blue light…. [read more]


Career Orientation of Bank Managers in Pakistan a Private Public Sector Comparison Term Paper

… ¶ … benchmark regarding bank manager careers in Pakistan. Islamic banking is a growing feature of banking in the region, and Pakistan as a nation has expressed interest in being the banker of that region. That being so, it is instructive to note that the managers who worked under the old regime are significantly less optimistic than the newer, younger managers working in the growth industry of Islamic banking. They also seem, if not satisfied with their career paths, at least resigned to their fate and accepting that maintaining their jobs and what vestiges of ethical behaviour they could was sufficient. On the other hand, bank managers who had experience banking in nations in which banking had less tumultuous history, as well as those who…. [read more]


Korotkoff Phase Term Paper

… The following key words were used to search the databases:

Hypertension

Pregnancy

Pre-eclampsia

Korotkoff Phases

Sphygmomanometry

Oscillometric

Auscultatory

Electronic/automated monitoring

Subject Population

The subject population of the literature review will be limited to studies reported in English concerning pregnant women in the United States.

Literature Review

Literature Selection and Identification

The literature reviewed for this project was conducted using the search terms noted above, in isolation and in combination. Based on the appropriateness of the identified research, the following literature was selected for inclusion in this study. As with many other areas of clinical research, there is a paucity of research concerning the appropriateness of which Korotkoff phase should be used as the endpoint for the measurement of diastolic blood pressure during pregnancy. Further complicating…. [read more]


Human Machine Interface E-Iatrogenesis Capstone Project

… E-iatrogenesis: Human-Machine Interface

e-Iatrogenesis: Chapters 1 and 2

Rationale, Issues, and Hypothesis

Rationale for Topic Selection

With the publication of the Institute of Medicine's (IOM) 2000 landmark report, to Err is Human, the public, their representatives, and the medical profession woke up to the fact that seeking medical care increases the risk of injury and death. At the time, best estimates suggested that between 44,000 and 98,000 Americans died each year from medical errors. These care-related mistakes are believed to cost the U.S. healthcare system about $2 billion each year. The prevalence of medication errors can vary greatly depending on the setting. For example, the medication error rate for hospitals was found to vary from about 0.3% overall to over 10% in a pediatric ICU…. [read more]


Teacher Motivation Research Proposal

… Teaching is one of the professions that many and indeed probably even most people enter with a large measure of idealism. They seek out education as a profession not for the salary or the benefits (despite the belief of many non-teachers that teachers are primarily motivated by the long vacations) but because they feel that teaching is their vocation, their calling. And yet despite this initial strong motivation to teach, many teachers leave the profession after a short time, often after only a year in the classroom. For example, about twenty percent of new Vancouver teachers leave the profession after their first year (Richmond, 2005), which is about middling, with some regions losing up to fifty percent of their novice teachers after their first year…. [read more]


Development of Intercultural Issues of the Hyundai Motor Company Thesis

… Intercultural Issues at Hyundai

Inter-Cultural Issues at Hyundai

Hyundai faces issues with intercultural concerns for two major reasons. First, they operate a carmaker that operates on a global scale and second because they actually have many of their cars manufactured in countries other than their country of origin including the United States. Indeed, Hyundai operates both Hyundai itself and Kia within the United States. This can be a challenge on a number of levels. Issues like nationalism, inter-cultural interactions, inter-cultural turf wars, prior wars between the home country of the company with that of one or more countries they operate in and other related concerns can all be issues for companies like Hyundai that originate from one country or part of the world and operate…. [read more]


Raise Research Proposal

… ¶ … raise to the authors regarding the sample of individuals used for this study?

Given the relatively small size of the survey, the disproportionate emphasis on certain demographic characteristics raises questions about its validity. First of all, the study was extremely slanted in terms of gender: of the 169 employee surveys that were returned, 24.4% were derived from male responses while 75.6% were from women. Women and men may feel different levels of stress, and respond with different behaviors, based upon different types of negative stimuli. Also, the sample was drawn from a narrow range of professions, mostly from the administrative professions -- from academic and financial sectors. The personalized and hierarchical nature of the workplace in these two fields may mean there may…. [read more]


Experiment Thesis

… ¶ … human resource services has changed from its traditional role of providing benefit administration and payroll services to one that has become more focused on treating employees as valued customers through the provision of active support. This transformation has been influenced in part by the ability of human resource departments to provide high quality services to their customers in a timely fashion in both face-to-face as well as online venues. In face-to-face exchanges between human resources employees and customers, there must be a level of comfort involved in order for there to efficient communication between the two parties. The hypothesis of this study was that employees visiting a university human resource office with questions concerning their benefits would be more likely to ask for…. [read more]


Role and Importance of Effective Feedback Term Paper

… ¶ … Role and Importance of Effective Feedback in Training

The objective of this study will be to identify the importance of feedback in training and to identify its role, that is, how it functions and what effect it has on training. In addition I intend to identify what the attributes of effective feedback are and the methods for giving effective feedback to trainees. These are all interrelated, and there are dependencies to consider. It is necessary to understand the role of feedback in training, whether that feedback is positive or negative in results, before its importance can be assessed. The attributes of effective feedback for training must be identified and defined before methods for delivering it can be devised.

The importance of this study…. [read more]

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