Philosophy
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...Arrowsmith 3) Beautifully summarized what Alcestis by Eurpides is all about, a “universalizing” (Arrowsmith 4) drama. However the character Admetus is a puzzling question; was he a fool or not? I don’t agree with the statement that Admitus was a fool, he did what any man would have done. The greatest fear any soul on this earth has is the fear of death, mortality is the biggest reality of any person. Everything is uncertain but death. Under such dark omen that is always hanging... in the air, would it surprise anyone if a person accepts the gift of immortality? “Men are defined…by death; only in the presence of death does life reveal itself” (Arrowsmith 11) It is...
Major Causes of Accidents
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...Arrowsmith (28), most countries use road speed limits to regulate or adjust the speed of road vehicles. In his research, Arrowsmith affirms that speed limits are usually set by the provincial governments or Legislative Bodies of Nations. Arrowsmith’s... Major Causes of Accidents It is undeniable that road accidents have been a common phenomenon in cities as there aremany people travelling through the means of road transport. Over the years, road accidents have been the major cause of deaths reported on a daily basis often attributed by drivers’ carelessness, negligence and ignorance of traffic rules. As road accidents continue to increase, most governments across the globe have established the need to...
The Buy American Requirements
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...Arrowsmith & Anderson, 2011). There are however certain waiver conditions that may exempt this regulation. These include situations where there is not sufficient quantity of the required substance of the required goods produced in the US... ? The Buy American Requirements Specify the main points of the Buy American Requirements in one page or less. The buy American act is an act, which was formed to encourage federal government to buy from the American companies. This act applies to various government departments such as the construction, repair, maintenance and alterations of public works. All the manufactured products such as the iron and steel has to be purchased from the United States Companies...
International Human Resource Management
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...Arrowsmith, 2011). The Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) is applied as a tool for strengthening the employees’ collective bargaining in the country. However, they are met with resistance from different circles especially when the government promotes non-collective mechanisms in industrial relations. The council is sometimes viewed as a major drawback in the efforts to encourage investors to create employment opportunities. It is viewed by some capitalists as a hindrance to the maintenance of a free labour market (Walker & Hamilton, 2011). Economic Aspects Australia is an economy... Topic: Lecturer: Presentation: Introduction This paper explains the various aspects such as culture, political,...
negotiate in business
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...Arrowsmith, 2002, pp 54-62. References Andrew K. Rose & Wincoop, Eric van. Borders and business cycles. Blackwell Publishing, 2007, pp: 471-505. Hendon, Donald W; Roy, Matthew & Zafar Ahmed. Negotiation concession patterns: A multi-country, multiperiod study. American Business Review, 2007, pp: 75-83. Lane, H. W., DiStefano, J. J. & Maznevski, M. L. International Management Behaviour. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers Ltd., 2007, pp: 142-151. Morley, M. How to Manage your Global Reputation. Britain: J.W. Arrowsmith, 2002, pp 54-62.... Negotiation Strategies – Canada s Negotiation Strategies - Canada Summary Firms can expand the size of their potential market by moving into negotiation markets. As part of its ...
Texas Roadhouse Wont Scrimp on Making Employees Happy
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...Arrowsmith, 2003). References Alatrista, J. & Arrowsmith, J. (2003) “Managing Employee Commitment... Texas Roadhouse Won’t Scrimp on Making Employees Happy If we take care of our employees, they will take care of our s is a common phrase. In your experience is it actually practiced or is it just a cliché on the wall? Discuss the implications of your answer. Organizations using employees’ satisfaction as an investment to turn around the customer service delivery at the workplace is becoming an increasingly common tool in the world of human resource management. Regarding the application of the above phrase in workplace, it is a difficult strategy to implement since the empowerment element that it comes w...
HEMP Research Paper
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...Arrowsmith 151). It was even recommended for skin issues during 1764 and during 1784 it was recommended for treating urinary as well as venereal diseases... HEMP Introduction Hemp even recognized as Cannabis Sativa and even well known as Marijuana is aherb/drug that has positive effects and has served humans in helping them treat various illnesses and health issues. While on the other hand, it has been misused as a drug and is said to have made people conduct anti-social activities which has let to its criminalization. This paper will focus on the history of hemp, how it has been medically and criminally used and the legal policies that have been associated with this herb. History Hemp is a natural...
1.Critically evaluate if the National Minimum Wage (NMW) have an effect on business performance and increase reward grades?
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...Arrowsmith et al, (pp.435) indicate that there are high chances that individuals will be incorporated in the market. With higher wages being offered to the employees, it is indeed a motivation that boosts employee morale to give their best in the workplace, since an increase... National Minimum Wage (NMW) and the effect on business performance and increase reward grades With the introduction ofthe National minimum wage (NMW), there have numerous been debates on the validity and implication of the wage on employment. Other analysts argue that with an increase in the National Minimum Wage (NMW) there is a great likelihood that the employers will reduce the number of employees in the workplace, the working ...
HEMP
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...Arrowsmith 151). It was even recommended for skin issues during 1764 and during 1784 it was recommended for treating urinary as well as venereal diseases... HEMP Introduction Hemp even recognized as Cannabis Sativa and even well known as Marijuana is aherb/drug that has positive effects and has served humans in helping them treat various illnesses and health issues. While on the other hand, it has been misused as a drug and is said to have made people conduct anti-social activities which has let to its criminalization. This paper will focus on the history of hemp, how it has been medically and criminally used and the legal policies that have been associated with this herb. History Hemp is a natural plant...
Art Appreciation- Principles of Design
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...Arrowsmith in 1824 and created a lively, if short-lived, interest in France.” Since his death the true value of Constable’s has been recognized by all of the art community. ‘Stoke-by-Nayland’ is a dark figure emerging on a path from a shady forest on the right, with the village of Stoke-by-Nayland located on the right. A partially cloudy sky covers... The work of art chosen to analyze is ‘Stoke-by-Nayland’ by John Constable (1811). This painting was created in the medium of oil on canvas with the dimensions of 11 1/8 x 14 1/4 in. (28.3 x 36.2 cm) (Constable 1811). Constable was born at East Bergholt, Suffolk to a wealthy family (Wilson n.d.). Constable studied at the Royal Academy in 1799 (Wilson n.d.). ...
Employee relations
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...Arrowsmith, 2007). In the end of 1990s, Royal Mail had become a bad employee relation organisation. It lost many working days because of bad employee relation. In the early 1990s, Royal Mail lost half of its working days because of disputes in the UK... ?Employee Relations Table of Contents Employee Relations Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Analysis of Organisation 5 Basic Organisational Structure 5 Industrial Relation Theory 6 Current Management Style in Royal Mail 6 Employee Relations in Royal Mail 8 Findings 10 Privatisation of Royal Mail 10 Job Cut in Royal Mail 11 Proposal for Improving Employee Relation in Royal Mail 12 Recommendations 13 Negotiation 19 Framework for Employee Relation in Royal...
Managing Global Hospitality Issues, Hospitality Management
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...Arrowsmith, J. and Sisson, K. (1999) Pay and working time: towards organization-based systems?, British Journal of Industrial Relations, 37, 1, 51-75. Arrowsmith, J. and Sisson, K. (2001) International competition and pay, working time and employment: exploring the processes of adjustment, Industrial Relations Journal, 32, 2, 136-53. Kohler Background, Kohler Co. website, 2002 [Online] Available: http... Running Head: MANAGING GLOBAL HOSPITALITY ISSUES, HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT Managing global hospitality issues, Hospitality management [Name of Institution] Managing Global Hospitality Issues, Hospitality Management Introduction If we analyzed then we come to know that the Thistle Euston, adjacent ...
Nutritional Assessment
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...Arrowsmith 1999, pg. 1485). The main screening tool that was used in the studies by Destzky, Arrowsmith, and others was that of a subjective questionnaire which did not give the most important information that they needed in order to definitively detect whether or not some elderly where at higher risk of malnutrition or not (Arrowsmith 1999, pg. 1485). The reason for this is because, through reading these studies it could easily be determined that many of the questioning methods were biased and not directed at all groups of people but rather a subjective few instead (Green & Watson 2006, pg. 480). This of course... Running head: LITERATURE REVIEW Literature Review of Nutritional Risk Assessment in...
Analysis of three directors.
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...Arrowsmith, 54) The ending... Film Analysis: Kieslowski, Antonioni and Rohmer. European film makers in the middle of the twentieth century sought to distance themselves from the conventions of classical French and Italian cinema, which required a rigid authorial tone and fixed conventions of camera work, and from Hollywood film making which depended increasingly on large budgets and spectacular technical innovations and effects. Three film makers are remembered for their contribution to the development of new narrative approaches to the medium of film in this period: Eric Rohmer, in France, Michelangelo Antonioni in Italy and Krzystof Kieslowski in Poland. Their work represents a gradual development of...
Human Resource Managment
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...Arrowsmith (Bragerstock, 2000, p. 524).5 HR audit will also lead to the identification of the problems marring GS Plumbing, resulting in an appropriate strategy aimed at resolving these problems (Hartsfield, 1990, p. 31).6 This endeavour will also lead to a systematic job analysis of all the employees at GS Plumbing and will help the company in designing appropriate performance management and appraisal... ? GS Plumbing in Hot Water: A Case Study of the of the Concerned March 27, GS Plumbing in Hot Water: A Case Study Evena cursory perusal of the case study under consideration is enough to conclude the fact that GS Plumbing is facing ample problems pertaining to its HR function. In fact, the nature of HR...
Satisfaction of university students with the NHS GP practice of their university.
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...Arrowsmith & Sisson, 2002). The progressive introduction of activity based funding in the National Health Service has been done progressively since the year 2003 under the name payment by results. This is representative of a major shift from the previous funding arrangements that were based on annual block payments for large bundles of services to what is being practiced at the moment (Sussex, & Farrar, 2009). The results from an interview done by Sussex and Farra (2009) indicated that there is a high degree of solidarity among the employees of National Health Service... Management   The National Health Service and how it provides service to the public Abstract It is important for the government to ensur...
Comparison of ender and Pheidippides
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...Arrowsmith. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, 1962. Print. Card, Orson Scott. Ender's Game. New York: Tor, 1991. Print.... Prof’s Challenging, Generating New Principles and the Coercive Education: Similarities between Orson Scott Card’s “Ender” and Aristophanes’ “Pheidippides” Education is one of the central discussions of literature: nearly every author or playwright had to go through an education of some kind, so many choose to reflect on their experience. Orson Scott Card, in Enders Game, and Aristophanes in “The Clouds” show two characters that could not, on first blush, seem more different: Ender is a child in a space-age semi-dystopia, and Pheidippides, a young Athenian jock. Yet they both...
HRM
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...Arrowsmith, Jane Brown and Gail White. It would be recommended to the management of GS Plumbing to conduct an HR Audit of not just the plumbers but all the members of the management as well. An HR Audit will be beneficial to the organization in the following ways: The management will be able to identify the contribution of every employee to the organization and vice versa. It will help... ?GS Plumbing The keys to the successful running of every organization involve the efficient use of its resources, financial and other. To evaluate the efficiency of the use of its finances, every organization practices yearly financial and accounting audits, by external statutory auditors who review the financial...
E-procurement and E-supply
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...Arrowsmith and Trybus, 2003). As, Cathay pacific has a number of professionals with strong expertise but still there is a need... ?Case Study Cathay Pacific founded in 1946, was the flagship airline of the Hong Kong special administrative region (HKSAR). It was nominated and considered the world’s number two carriers by Best Airline Trans-Pacific and considered the perfect airline in Asia in a global stage of more than four million passengers conducted by Skytrax in the period August 2001 to March 2002. The assignments were jumbled into five regions: Passenger, Cargo, Procurement, CX team (helping staff to increase productivity and acquire new skills) and Future Opportunities. A pointed e-Business...
Human Resource Managment
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...Arrowsmith (Bragerstock, 2000, p. 524).5 HR audit will also lead to the identification of the problems marring GS Plumbing, resulting in an appropriate strategy aimed at resolving these problems (Hartsfield, 1990, p... GS Plumbing in Hot Water: A Case Study of the Name of the Concerned March 27, 2011 GS Plumbing in Hot Water: A Case Study Even a cursory perusal of the case study under consideration is enough to conclude the fact that GS Plumbing is facing ample problems pertaining to its HR function. In fact, the nature of HR probl...
The National Health Service and How it Provides Service to the Public
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...Arrowsmith & Sisson, 2002). The progressive introduction of activity based funding in the National Health Service has been done progressively since the year 2003 under the name payment by results. This is representative of a major shift from the previous funding arrangements that were based on annual block payments for large bundles of services to what is being practiced at the moment (Sussex, & Farrar, 2009). The results from an interview done by Sussex and Farra (2009) indicated that there is a high degree of solidarity among the employees of National Health Service... ? Management   The National Health Service and how it provides service to the public Abstract It is important for the government to...
Employment Relations
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...Arrowsmith & Sisson 2001). Management philosophy is based on the idea to keep top talent and support professional growth of employees. Following Storey (1989) … treating employees as valued assets, a source of competitive advantage through their commitment, adaptability and high quality (Storey 1989, p. 33). Equally important, to the extent that it involves the decentralization of decision-making to employees, whether as individuals or through forms of team decision-making, it is expected to encourage the growth of task discretion and autonomy which has been shown to be so important in employee... Employment Relations Changes in the organization of work are paralleled by changes in employment...
Copyright law has traditionally sought to achieve a balance between the rights of copyright owners and the users of copyright works. This however is proving to be increasingly difficult, especially in the context of the digital environment. Critically
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...Arrowsmith & et. al., 2011). Conclusion Thus, it can be concluded that the copyright regime is a system that provides legal security to the owner of the copyright content. They enjoy the rights to impose legal actions on the users who have tried to imitate the copyright devoid of the consent of the owner. This right is provided to the owners for a certain period of time. However, it has been ascertained that in the present day era, there is a lot of violation being practiced by the users through various online portals. Moreover... Copyright Law Has Traditionally Sought To Achieve A Balance Between The Rights Of Copyright Owners And The Users Of Copyright Works. This However Is Proving To Be...
Are the different theoretical models that attempt to provide a general theory of employee relations in small and medium sized firms (SMEs) reliable, or is the sector to divergent? Critically discuss.
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...Arrowsmith et al (2003) further elaborate the report of Bolton Committee characterizing about the size of SMEs... Are The Different Theoretical Models That Attempt To Provide A General Theory Of Employee Relations In Small And Medium Sized Firms (SMEs) Reliable, Or Is The Sector To Divergent? Critically Discuss. Small and Medium Enterprises contribute to the nation’s economy by providing employment opportunity to plenty of people. Forth, Bewly and Bryson (2006) consider SMEs as vital part of the healthy economy because of the role it plays in creation of jobs and fostering of innovation in accordance with the changing market condition. This was also the view of Towers (1987) as according to him small firm...
Management of Selling
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...Arrowsmith and Sisson (2000, p. 287) observe, "The organization of working time, how it is scheduled and utilized, are fundamental to productivity, motivation and performance." Weitz, Castleberry and Tanner rightly state, " Many salespeople work in the field, their only contact with the office by telephone, computer, and fax. Because no one tells them when to start working and when to quit for the day, they must be self- sufficient. Their success or failure depends largely on their own efforts. Sales people have more individual freedom than almost any other type of employee. With that freedom... Management of selling Though Stephen Oldroyd is worried because things have not moved as smoothly as he had...
Hospitality Management Case Study
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...Arrowsmith, J. and Sisson, K. (1999) 'Pay and working time: towards organization-based systems', British Journal of Industrial Relations, 37, 1, 51-75. Arrowsmith, J. and Sisson, K. (2001) 'International competition and pay, working time and employment: exploring the processes of adjustment', Industrial Relations Journal, 32, 2, 136-53. Kohler Background, Kohler Co. website, 2002 [Online] Available: http://www.kohler.com Kyle, Bobette, http... Running Head: MANAGING GLOBAL HOSPITALITY ISSUES, HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT Managing global hospitality issues, Hospitality management of Writer] [Name of Institution] Managing Global Hospitality Issues, Hospitality Management Introduction If we analyzed the...
Strategic Hospitality Management Case Study
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...Arrowsmith, J. and Sisson, K. (1999) 'Pay and working time: towards organization-based systems', British Journal of Industrial Relations, 37, 1, 51-75. Arrowsmith, J. and Sisson, K. (2001) 'International competition and pay, working time and employment: exploring the processes of adjustment', Industrial Relations Journal, 32, 2, 136-53. Kohler Background, Kohler Co. website, 2002 [Online] Available: http://www.kohler.com Kyle, Bobette, http://www.ebizability.com/artman/publish/article_116.shtml Pearce, J.A. & Robinson, R.B. (2002). Strategic Management: Formulation... Running Head: STRATEGIC HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT Strategic Hospitality Management of Strategic Hospitality Management Introduction If we a...
Medea
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...Arrowsmith, just after admitting the Euripides criticizes... Medea According to the Greek tradition, Medea is said to be an offspring of King Aeetes of Colchis, the granddaughter of sun god Helois, niece to Circe and later married to hero Jason to whom they had two children with. The children were known as Mermeros and Pheres. In the play of Euripides, Medea is left by Jason when Creon the king of Corinth bids him his daughter Glauce. The play particularly tells of Medea retaliating the betrayal of her husband. This paper then discusses the character of Medea in Euripidess tragedy as well as the attitides of the audience towards the main character. In this scenario, character is defined as the mental as ...
European Competition Law
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...Arrowsmith, The Law of Public and Utilities Procurement 2nd edn. (2005), at Ch.4. 7. Cassese, International Law (2005), at p.53. 8. Evans, European Community Law of State Aid (1997), at p.3. 9. Hillger, "The Award of a Public Contract as State Aid Within the Meaning of Art.87(1) EC" (2003) 12 P.P.L.R. 109. 10. See Baistrocchi, "Can the Award... European Competition Law The UK Aid Analysis Control of Aid is essential since a single market cannot function properly if its member states were giving subsidies to their industries to give them an unfair edge over the rest of the Member States. The Single market was instrumental in pulling down tariff walls and other trade barriers. However this does not mean...
Neither overshooting nor undershooting is the inevitable consequence of monetary disturbances. Rather, the short-run exchange rate response is governed by a variety of factors such as the relative speeds of adjustment in real and asset markets. Disscus
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...Arrowsmith, 1995). The support of the principles of the Union is then presented as being the priority... Neither overshooting nor undershooting is the inevitable consequence of monetary disturbances. Rather, the short-run exchange rate response is governed by a variety of factors such as the relative speeds of adjustment in real and asset markets”. Discuss. 1. Introduction The continuous changes in political and financial conditions worldwide have influenced the economies of countries around the world; both developed and developing countries have been affected by the global financial and political crisis; measures need to be taken in order for the global economy to be stabilized – even for the short term...
Reward Managment
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...Arrowsmith and Marginson, 2011). This implies that the bank should not provide very high salary increment that would act as an obstacle to providing employees training and annual bonuses. The rhetoric of total rewarding framework can be turned into reality by undertaking an annual evaluation of rewarding system to check if its goals and the company growth are at par. In case of any deviation, the Director of Rewards in consultation with human resources managers should discuss on how to make changes on the system (Corby et al, 2005). This would also involve consideration of the feedback from the employees. As mentioned earlier... ?TOPIC: REWARD MANAGEMENT Reward management 23rd November Introduction As...
Evidence based case study on hyperosomar hyperglycaemia state patient
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...Arrowsmith, 2012, p, 412). It is an observation that can lead to the formulation of vital inferences. For instance, an increased urinary output is an indication that the patient’s health may be deteriorating (Traynor, 2012, p, 181). Therefore, there should be proper fluid management for patients presenting with diabetic ketoacidois or HHS to facilitate rehydration. In this case, the insertion of a goal cannula in the patient’s left arm, using a septic procedure by the doctor, to test for normal saline on intravenous fluids is an important step towards fluid... ? [EVIDENCE BASED CASE STUDY ON HYPEROSOMAR HYPERGLYCAEMIA] Evidence Based Case Study on Hyperosomar Hyperglycaemia Introduction The rate of...
Employment Law and Practice (in Human Resource Management)
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...Arrowsmith (2000,p.4) identifies that the immediate impact of the implementation of regulation was to motivate employers for seeking ‘flexibility’, in particular, ‘opt-outs’ from employees in order to keep the impact the least possible(Goss and Derek 2001,p.207). Regulation’s impact and employers According to Third Work-Life Balance survey, overall employers’ attitude towards employees’ work-life balance was positive (cited in Hayward, Barry, and Alex, 2007, p.69). Employers acknowledged its importance and approved that it is productive for both employers and employees. Such positive attitude... ?Employment Law and Practice Work life balance refers to the satisfaction and good functioning both at work...
Understand the approaches to human resources practices in organisations
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...Arrowsmith, 2012). It has further been recognised that Tesco introduced the system of four-hour shift for its employees. This plan can be considered to be beneficial for those workers who have complicated home lives. It also introduced the plan named “overtime booking system” that permits the staff to work for extra hours before the arrival of Christmas (The Guardian, 2010). Parental Leave In Tesco, the parents are capable of taking parental leave for 13 weeks for each child. On the other hand, the parents possessing... Understand the Approaches to Human Resources Practices in Organisations Table of Contents Task 2 A 3 Process of Performance Management 5 Role and Purpose of Performance Management in...
HRM
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...Arrowsmith, the Human Resource Manager at GS... ?HRM – case study analysis Introduction The company GS Plumbing owned by Greg Smith mainly focuses on repairing and renovating the existing plumbing units used by the community people. This activity of the company has earned huge response from the company and was helping it to further enhance its business operations. However the company runs by four people in the management level and other sixteen people working as staff members was facing the heat of human resource turmoil in recent times. The main problem that was attributed for causing a decline in the motivation of the staffs was problem regarding their service allocations. Moreover the staffs feel a...
The origin, growth and development of Japanese art and culture
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...Arrowsmith, 2011, p.28). The beginning of the Metropolitan Court Culture By the occurrence of the Heian period, which was between 794-1185, the Japanese governing system was not fully transformed. During this period, power in Japan had been transferred... ?The origin, growth and development of Japanese art and culture Introduction In the early years of 1900, art and literature in many Asian countries including Japan and India have led to changes in global modernism. The art culture in the Asian countries has undergone resurgence that has been influential and effective not only in the countries, but globally. The entire world is experiencing global maturity in reference to art and literature, including...
HRM
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...Arrowsmith... ? HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT “GS PLUMBING IN HOT WATER” (COLLEGE GS PLUMBING IN HOT WATER Introduction Sustainability of a modern organization highly depends on the effectiveness of its HR strategies and audit functions. Organizations today pay notable emphasis on HR activities including employee recruitment, training, motivation, and retention. This paper will evaluate the case study of GS Plumbing Company with intent to examine the significance of HR audit, role assignment, and managerial interaction as contributing factors to the formulation of a firm’s competitive advantages. Case analysis GS plumbing, owned by Greg Smith has been gaining unusual reputation for the recent past. Alan...
Adults with learning disabilities
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...Arrowsmith School (2007) Retreived April 15th, 2007, from arrowsmithschool.org. Burke, B. & Harrison, P. (2002). Anti-oppressive practices. In Adams, R., Dominelli, L. and Payne, M. (2002) Anti-Oppressive Practice, Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan Ltd. (pp.131-138). Carlsson... Introduction A learning disability (LD) is defined as a neurological disorder. It is the result of a difference in wiring in some adults and children. Those who experience a LD may be as intelligent, or even smarter, than their cohorts, although they have difficulty with an activity/s, such as; reading, writing, spelling, recall and reasoning, as well as the organisation of learnt material (Vaughn & Fusch, 2003)....
Business management
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...Arrowsmith 2003, p. 159). Contribution of the Electricity Industry to the UK Economy The electricity industry... UNITED KINGDOM ELECTRI INDUSTRY By Location United Kingdom Electri Industry Introduction The United Kingdom Electricity Industry is highly privatized. Privatization became a reality in the 1990s. After privatization, generators and distributors of electricity have been operating in a wholesale market. There are six major producers in the electricity sector. Privatization has served to increase the level of competition in the electricity market, a factor that compels companies in the industry to adopt new strategies. Electricity generation in the United Kingdom relies on coal, fossil fuels,...
Strategic Analysis Project
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...Arrowsmith, J... Running Head: STRATEGIC ANALYSIS PROJECT Strategic Analysis Project of Strategic Analysis Project Introduction If we analyze strategic analysis project then we come to know that National Hotel Chain named Signature Hotels, with 80 locations across Canada offering a blend of Urban, Resort, and Aiport locations. Signature properties are generally 4 star hotels with a relatively strong brand positioning in the Canadian marketplace. In Jan 2008, the Toronto signature hotel will open as a newly built hotel in a prime financial district of king and bay streets in Toronto. The leadership team at Signature's corporate office has given to experts the assignment of developing the 22008 advertising ...
The Human Rights (Act 1998)
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...Arrowsmith v. United Kingdom [(1978) 19 DR 5] , it was stated this right refers to acts that are an expression of a religion or belief. This right was raised before the ECHR for a variety of reasons, such as employment (X v. United Kingdom [(1981) 22 DR 27... PUBLIC LAW WORK Question How, if at all, can Estelle and Gary use the Human Rights Act 1998 to challenge conditions 4 and 5 of the Council letter Discuss what legal arguments can they make under the Human Rights Act 1998 and what remedy or remedies the members could seek. The Human Rights Act 1998 received royal assent on November 9, 1998 and came into force on October 2, 2000. The objective of said Act was to harmonize the domestic law of the Uni...
EMPLOYEE REWARD
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...Arrowsmith, James 2001 ‘The Dynamics of Informality: Employment relations in Small Firms and Effect of Regulatory Change’. Work, Employment and Society Forth, J and N. Millward (2002), ‘Union Effects on Pay Levels in Britain’, Labour Economics, 9,2002, 547-561 Forth, J and N... ? EMPLOYEE REWARD: INFLUENCE OF EMPLOYEE VOICE ON PAY DETERMINATION-A CRITICAL EVALUATION Academia-Research.com Order: 527225 ID: 21516 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. The employee reward topic selected…………………………………….3 2. The titles of the three academic journals selected……………………….3 3. Critique of the three articles……………………………………………..3 4. Comparison of similarities and differences between the three articles….10 5....
Hamlets Tragic Flaws
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...Arrowsmith Ltd., 1986. Drakakis, John. Introduction. Shakespearean Tragedy. By John Drakakis. Singapore: Longman, 1992. Habib, Imtiaz. Shakespeare’s Pluralistic Concepts of Character: A Study in Dramatic Anamorphism. USA: Associated University Presses, 1993. Hazlitt, W., Lectures... The [The [The Hamlet’s Tragic Flaws Thesis ment Hamlet is an endearing character with his own remarkable qualities; however his inability to act upon his convictions leads him to his tragic demise. Introduction and Background of Tragic Flaw In Aristotle the "tragic flaw" is hamartia, and critics continue to debate what precisely he means by it. Technically it should mean a mistake of judgment, "missing the mark." However, the ...
UK Human Rights
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...Arrowsmith v. United Kingdom11, it was stated this right refers to acts that are an expression of a religion or belief. This right was raised before the ECHR... 'Despite the Human Rights Act 1998, the courts have failed appropriately to limit the scope for the exercise of breach of the peace powers.' The Human Rights Act 1998 received royal assent on November 9, 1998 and came into force on October 2, 2000. The objective of said Act was to harmonize the domestic law of the United Kingdom with the European Convention on Human Rights. To reaffirm the commitment of the UK to human rights and civil liberties, it is now possible under the said Act to file a claim for violation of the ECHR without going to the...
European Union's State Development
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...Arrowsmith, The Law of Public and Utilities Procurement 2nd edn... Working Paper for the Croatian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Aims and Objectives The aim of this document is to present a brief overview of the current developments in the European Union and its member states.Where as some discussion is presented of the recent developments on State Aid and Open Skies Agreements,the rest of this document will discuss how significantly the EU regime of state aid affect the prospect of Croatian membership in 2009. Introduction As it is known already that the first round of Eastern enlargement took place in the 2003 with the likes of Central and Eastern Europe as well as Cyprus and Malta joining th...
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...Arrowsmith, S. Towards a Multilateral Agreement on Transparency in Government Procurement. The International and Comparative Law Quarterly, Vol. 47, No. 4, 1998, pp. 793-816 Coppier, R. and Piga, G. Why do Transparent Public Procurement and Corruption Go Hand in Hand? http://www.ec.unipg.it/DEFS/uploads/coppier-piga_.pdf, 2007... ? TRANSPARENCY ISSUES IN THE PUBLIC PROCUREMENT Law Table of Contents Introduction 3 a. Transparency Needed to Foster Competition 4 b. Competition as a Best Value For Money 5 c. Transparency to Foster Confidence of the taxpayer 5 d. Transparency as a Powerful Tool to Fight Corruption 6 2. Critical Element of Transparency in the Public Procurement Process 6 a. PIN- periodic...
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...Arrowsmith, Green P. "The direct effect of Directives against utilities: the decision in Griffin v South West Water Ltd" [1995] 1 Public Procurement Law Review 11 Contrast with Rolls Royce Plc v. Doughty [1992] I.C.R. 538 at 541 per Mustill L.J. 13. National Union of Teachers and Others v Governing Body of St Marys Church of England (Aided) Junior School and Others [1997] 3 C.M.L.R. 630 14. Von Colson v Land Nordrhein-Westfalen [1986] Case 14/83 p... EU Law: Incidental Direct effect and indirect effect The purpose of the following essay is to determine whether EU law will assist Bob and Martin with providing fibre optic for the two. The situations are as follows: The EU passes a (fictitious)...
Ageing:a threat or opportunity?
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...Arrowsmith, J. (2003) A review of 'What works' for clients aged over 50. London: Department for Work and Pensions. Phillipson, C. and Smith, A. (2005) "Extending working life: A review of the research literature". Research Report No. 299 - Department for Work and Pensions. London: The Stationery Office. Scottish Executive (2007) All our futures: Planning for a Scotland with an ageing population. Summary and action plan. Edinburgh: The Stationery Office. Taylor, P. and Walker, A. (1998) Policies and practices towards older workers: a framework for comparative research. Human Resource Management Journal, 8(3), p. 61-76. Walker, A. (2002) "Active strategies for older workers in the UK". In Active Strategies for Older Workers. ETUI: Brussels, p. 403-435.... Ageing: A Threat or...
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENTas coherent and strategic management
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...Arrowsmith, J. and McGoldrick, A.E. (1996) HRM service practices: flexibility, quality and employee strategy. International Journal of Service Industry Management (online). 7 (3). Available from: http://docserver.emeraldinsight.com/deliver/cw/mcb/09564233/v7n3/s4/p46.htmfm [Accessed 10 May 2007] Clark, I. (1993) HRM: Prescription, Description and Concept. Personnel Review 22 (4) pp 17-26. Clark, T. (1992) Management selection by executive recruitment consultancies: A survey and explanation of selection methods. Journal... Human Resource Management In general academics such as Armstrong (2006) would agree that Human Resource Management (HRM) should be the coherent and strategic management of the life...
UK HUMAN RIGHTS
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...Arrowsmith v. United Kingdom11, it was stated this right refers to acts that are an expression of a religion or belief. This right was raised before the ECHR for a variety... Despite the Human Rights Act 1998, the courts have failed appropriately to limit the scope for the exercise of breach of the peace powers.’ The HumanRights Act 1998 received royal assent on November 9, 1998 and came into force on October 2, 2000. The objective of said Act was to harmonize the domestic law of the United Kingdom with the European Convention on Human Rights. To reaffirm the commitment of the UK to human rights and civil liberties, it is now possible under the said Act to file a claim for violation of the ECHR without...
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