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...relation The Boston Red Sox, Boston Bruins, Boston Celtics and the Boston Patriots are four sporting outfits and they have made some efforts to promote their image in the eyes of the public. These four sporting outfits have made some specific public relation efforts in the past and they are still making such efforts till date. The Boston Red Sox baseball team has organized several exhibition games in order to boost their image and preach the message of peace and unity to the people of the city and the United States (Stout & Johnson). The Boston Celtics basketball team is also not left out as they have also organized several friendly games to promote their public image... of Lecturer 21 April Public...
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Public Relation
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...Relations Public relations are the modes of communication of companies, organizations and individuals to the media and public, where a public relations specialist communicates directly to the audience he is targeting or indirectly through the media, with the aim of creating a strong long lasting relationship with the audience or to generate and retain a positive image of the concerned party. Measuring the results of public relations efforts is important as it helps to ensure that all the objectives that were established are met. The measurement of the efforts of public relations can be done through compiling of distributed messages and their placement in the media by simply counting how many...
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...Relations Public relations play an important role in our organization since it enhances communication between public and the organization for the sake of building a sustainable positive image. The main aim of a sustainable positive image is for the company to create good will to the society which would ensure that their products will continue to prevail in the market due to increased good will and the public will have trust in them. However, there is a big difference between proactive and reactive public relations. Most of the companies seem to be practicing reactive public relations but in the real sense, proactive public relation... Similarities and Differences between Proactive and Reactive Public...
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Emplyee relation
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...Relation Critically assess the reasons for trade union decline in the UK. What strategies have unions developed to attract new members and how successful have these been? Trade union membership in the UK has plunged below six million for the first time since World War II and according to Blyton and Turnbull (2004), here are the reasons for this decline:· The drop in the manufacturing industry that employed most union members and the rise in the service sector like retail where unions are not very well established. The increase in small firms that have little regard to trade unions· Better work conditions with employees more involved eliminating the need to collectively bargain· The rise... Employee...
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Public Relation
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...Relation Public opinion is an outcome of social interactions and intercommunication of peoples. It need not be consensually derived but it has a certain persuasive appeal or force owing to the number of persons involved in shaping the idea, often derived from common experience or of a complex phenomenon that needs shared thoughts (Suo & Chen, 2008). This is an essay that will explore public opinion which found its powerful expression in social media and which later became an instrument that pool unspoken customers dissatisfaction as in the case of Vodafone which is severely criticized of poor service or of that case on controversial mobile phone hacking ,admittedly done by News... Topic: Public Relation ...
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Human relation
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...Relation Traits important to Human Relations in Business Submitted by: Business May, TABLE OF CONTENTS I. Introduction……………………………………………………………………………… 3 II. Traits important in human relations in business………………………………………… 4 a. Personal communications, its effectiveness…………………………………… 4 b. Communications in the workplace………………………………………………… 5 c. Getting along with your manager, co-workers and customers………………… 6 III. How do these traits affect my personal life and work environment…………………… 8 IV. Conclusion……………………………………………………………………………… 9 Works cited………………………………………………………………………………….. 10 Traits Important to Human Relations in Business... Introduction Human...
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Public Relation
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...Relations Public Relation is a part of Integrated Marketing Communications, Integrated Marketing communications guarantees that all types of communications are care connected. Basically, (IMC) implies that all the promotional tools are incorporated to enable the function in harmony. Therefore, public relations varies in meaning depending on is the purpose in organizations. Additionally, it executes several organizational and societal functions. Thus, PR can be defined as the management function that recognizes, ascertains and upholds communally valuable relationships between an organization and the various publics on whom its success or failure... ? Organizational and Societal Functions of Public...
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Industrial Relation
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...Relation Table of Contents Industrial Relation Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Key Internal and External Influences Influencing Recruitment Policies 4 IR Issues and Challenges 5 Impact of Change in Industrial Relations 6 Critical Evaluation of the Roles of Management and the Union 10 Conclusion 11 References 12 Bibliography 13 Introduction The era of globalization has led to rise in the levels of competition in which organizations are breaching geo political boundaries to reach out to new markets. The extent of competition makes it very important to ensure organizational efficiency that would generate competitive advantage for an organization. In this regard it is very important... ?Industrial...
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Public relation
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...relation practice lags behind public relation theory in the implementation of two-way symmetrical communication, the term public relations is perceived negatively in the media I. Introduction The complexity of modern corporate activities has led to the creation of an extended net of public relations companies that offer to their clients the chance to be developed in their market faster than if they were based solely on their personal efforts. On the other hand, it has been found by Kruckeberg (1995, 37) that public relations ‘is commonly practiced by profit-making organizations in capitalistic economic systems; however, nothing inherently restricts implementation of public relations... Because public...
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Emplyment Relation
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...relation shared by the management... with regards to control and the employee’s resistance to these controls in accordance with the distribution of power within the business. This relation is directly affected by the laws and regulations enacted by the State Government, and hence rely upon the ideological approach of the political party in power (Storey, 1983). EMPLOYMENT REGULATIONS BEFORE 1997 The fairly recent history of British political scenario has been the time span of conservative regime from 1979 to 1997, which focused on the collective bargaining approach to determine regulations, rather than resorting to legal regulations by the parliament, for the party’s ideology supported the stance that collective bargaining was the most... Critically evaluate the extent to...
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International Relation
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...Relation Non-Governmental Organisations: The Conscience of the World The role of international organizations has constantly been increasing in the over the past years both at national and international levels. This has been so evident in promoting democracies, conservation of the environment, creating freedoms and human rights, developing and setting technology and professional standards, encouraging the development of sustainable developments, stimulating education and culture renewal, expanding the knowledge in science, research and technology, or guaranteeing the safety and survival of victims of natural disasters as well as man made calamities. The above mentioned undertakings... International...
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Employment relation
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...RELATIONs The world is now a new place and with this assumption it can be clearly seen that there is a dire need to understand the dynamic workplace arrangements arising each day. The changing nature is being also reflected in employment relations and a large number of key social areas like gender, race, work and family life imbalance, insecurity arising from family and economic conditions, politics, migration and many more social problems are a part to get affected by the very changing nature of employment relations, Kalleberg (2009) in his article mentioned that we observe an agreement that since 1970’s there have been some important changes between work and employment relations... ....
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International relation
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...relations. The two authors try to explain... POLITICAL SCIENCE Globalization involves the interconnection and interdependent of economy and culture of all countries internationally, and able become able to exert influence upon other nations. However, globalization has some effects on the state and the citizens involved. Globalization in social science according to (Keohane & Nye Web), asserts that it all converge on the concept that all human activities across all regions of the world are highly linked together as a result of the technological and social changes. Globalism according to the professors is the state of the world consisting of the network of independence that results from the constant flow...
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Employee Relation
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...RELATION al Affiliation) Trade unions value membership as a fundamental resource for their success. This is evident from past and present events that have occurred through the implementation of certain strategies by the trade unions (Blyton & Turnbull, 2004). The trade unions have had a plan in the form of a forecast in the last 10 years concerning their position in the economy. The unions have focused on industries with a high growth rate in the economy. Through this strategy, the unions managed to attract about 10,000 new members each year. Presently, the trade unions focus on attracting the underrepresented members such young workers and private sector professionals through considering... EMPLOYEE...
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Labor Relation
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...Relation (Labor Law) Introduction Since Historical times, employment has been marred with a lot of controversies, problems and challenges that pit employers, employees, trade unions, and governments against one another. As a result of these employment problems, unrests, and controversies, labor laws have been established, with newer and more effective ones being created every other day. Labor law thus concerns with employment issues such as inequality, child labor, and unfair treatment of employees by their employers (Stephen & Budd, 2009). Similarly, labor law ensures that employees adhere to the requirements of their contracts. Labor law is not only a body of laws but...
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Internation Relation
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...RELATIONS Introduction Debora mantle in her doctoral dissertation observed that the study of international relations has taken an array of theoretical approaches. Most of them emanate from the discipline itself while others have been borrowed from other fields like Philosophy, Economics, and Sociology. Only a few social scientific assumptions thou have not been applied to the study of the interaction among nations (Mantle, 1999, p.101). Many theories of International relations are contested. International relations scholars have witnessed heated debates on one hand and philosophers, biologists and environmental activists on the contrary. In spite of this multiplicity of divergent... INTERNATIONAL...
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Public Relation Essay
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...Relation Public relation has been defined differently by various Their definitions have got notable differences and similarities as well. It involves: Assessment of peoples attitudes as well as opinions, devising and employing an organization's course of actions and guidelines regarding communication with its constituents, harmonization of communications plans, making good rapport via a dual communication process, promoting positive affiliation between a social grouping and its entire population. This paper will look at some of these definitions and try to compare and contrast them. Some of these definitions are; Edward Bernays (2001) in his book titled public relations defines public... Public Relation ...
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Public relation Strategy
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...Relation Strategy Affiliation: The performance of an enterprise in the business environment is influenced by myriad number of factors, all of which determine how well short term and long term goals are achieved. Establishing a unique business line that stands out for competition in the market must account for the current market trends and the number of firms already operating. While different business enterprises employ different business strategies, the public relations aspect in business operations is common. The only difference between the public relation strategies that different companies use is manifested by the components and variables that define the adopted public relation strategy... Public...
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Public Relation Crisis
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...Relations Crisis Table of Contents Introduction 3 Discussion 6 Crisis on Saudi Aramco 7 Crisis on AL watanya 8 Conclusion 10 Learning Outcome 11 References 13 Introduction The concept of public relation originated more than thousand years ago. It was mainly developed by the Greeks. They used words such as ‘sematikos’ which means semantics. Such words were used by the Greeks to make people accomplish certain things and believe certain things. This is also marked as the beginning of public relations. As we move through the pages of history similar PR activities can be found in large numbers. For example In 394 A.D., St. Augustine, the professor of Rhetoric in Italy was responsible... for...
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Media and public relation
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...RELATION By Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Functions of PR 4 Historyof PR 5 Ancient Civilization 5 PR history in Germany 6 History of PR in US 9 Comparison between Germany and US 12 Conclusion 15 Works Cited 17 Media and Public Relation Introduction Public relations (PR) refers to the management of spread of information thereby building a mutually beneficial relationship between an individual or organization and its publics. This implies that public relations bridges the gap between an entity and its publics hence its ability to form a sustainable relationship. In this particular context the term ‘publics’ refers to the group on the receiving end of the PR... MEDIA AND PUBLIC...
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Advertising public relation
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...Relation Contents Contents 2 Introduction 3 Company overview 4 Situation Analysis in beverage advertising industry 4 Product Attributes 5 Product Class 5 Different levels of the products 5 Assessing target audience for developing PR strategies 6 Identifying the Segment 6 Segment Needs 6 Segment potential 6 Public Relation Strategy 6 Identifying the product USPs 6 Objectives and goals of the PR campaign 7 Message 7 Public relation plan and implementation 7 Evaluation 10 Conclusion 10 References 11 Bibliography 12 Introduction Marketing plan is an important part of the overall business plan of an organization. A marketing plan can be defined as the application of the marketing... Advertising and Public...
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Employee Relation/Union Campaigns
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...relations operates on the belief is that when the employee is treated right, then the organization experiences greater productivity and human satisfaction. The workers would as a result see no sense in joining a union (1984... Workers Unions Campaigns and Avoidance Early Labor Movements came into existence in the 19th century but have evolved to today’s Trade Unions under the Labor Laws. With the Great Depression in the 1930, industrial workers became dissatisfied and were on the verge of striking. This resulted in John Lewis who was a worker in a mining company that was a member of the Committee for Industrial Organizations to break away in 1935 triggering the emergence of Trade Unions in the United...
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IT for Investor Relation
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...relations strategy. Its primary purpose is to deliver news or information to a wide target audience. Evidently, press releases come in various forms such as media releases, video recordings or written releases on the current events of a company. In regards to Gap Inc., there are two primary technology requirements for press releases. These are word processors such as Microsoft Word for print releases and video camera recorder for media releases or video recordings. Several benefits are bound to be evident for Gap Inc. in relation to press releases. Foremost, there will be enhanced brand awareness of the company’s services. In this regard, a properly...
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SAMSUNG electronics (public relation)
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...Relation) Affiliation with more information about affiliation, researchgrants, conflict of interest and how to contact Samsung electronics Description of organization: Samsung electronics is the flagship subsidiary of the Samsung group, which is a multinational conglomerate, with its head quarters situated in Seoul, South Korea. With gross revenue crossing $117 billion, it is well on its way of becoming the largest electronics group in the world. The Samsung Company manages more than 65 networks and branches across the globe, having as many as 157000 employees. Currently, Samsung electronics manufacture and sell a wide range of home appliances and electronic devices... ? Samsung Electronics (Public...
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Regulating the Employment Relation
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...Relation for Competitiveness', Industrial Law Journal Vol 30 No1 March 2000, 17 Linda Clarke, 'Mutuality of Obligations & the Contract of Employment: Carmichael & Another v National Power'. Modern Law Review Vol 63, 2000, Painter, Holmes & Migdal, 'Cases & Materials on Employment Law', 3rd Edition, Blackstone Press, 2000 The Inns of Court School of Law. 'Employment Law in Practice' 5th Edition, Oxford University Press 2001.... Topic: Employment Law Language Style: English UK Grade: 2 Answer: This question raises some issues from employment law. In order to answer this question it is necessary to know about the provision of Working Time Regulations 1998, Sex Discrimination Act and Employment Rights Act ...
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Customer Relation Management
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...Relation Management May, 2008 2 s frustration is a common emotion for consumers with unpleasant experiences. The usual root of such a frustration is poor customer service. Customer service relates to the assistance provided for convenience and delight of the customer. In such an event, the highlight is customer satisfaction and the dollar volume involved is ignored. The service quality is reflected upon the degree of delight that the client enjoys regardless of how much was paid. When customer satisfaction is not met, the threat of losing profit is plausible. Therefore, it is important to get to the root of customer frustration in the efforts to recover from such loss. Customer... Running Head:...
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Christian muslim relation
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...Relation The opening Surah depicts the essence of the entire Quran since it has the major themes and principles. Surah Fatiha-tal-kitab has the following texts that open the chapter, In the Name of Allah, Most Merciful, The Especially Merciful. Praise be to Allah, the Lord of All the Worlds; The Most Merciful, The Especially Merciful. Allah deserves all praise since he is Most Merciful and he is the reason I exist. By reciting this Surah during salah I have realized the power of this du’a. Surah Al Fatihah has opened my mind and heart may Allah keep my intentions pure and keep me steadfast. My prayers have really improved after I gained an understanding of the Surah that declares... Christian Muslim...
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International relation theory
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...Relations Theory The international relations theory explains the functioning of the international political system from a particular theoretical perspective, holding certain systematic ideologies or principles that are backed-up with concrete evidence. In this article, we provide a conceptual framework for analysis on the theory of international relations using the ideologies of neorealism and neoliberalism. The neorealist dominates the international relations with a sense of security and the neo-liberals view it from a wider perspective of human relations. While neo-realist theory contends the effect of state principles and capabilities for the international system, neo-liberalist... ?International...
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Public Relation Plan
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...Relation Plan Faculty I. Introduction II. Situation Analysis II.i. Competitor Analysis II.ii. SWOT Analysis III. Target Publics IV. Client's Strategy IV.i. Objectives IV.ii. Key Messages IV.iii. Tactics IV.iv. Evaluation V. Budget VI. Conclusion VII. References I. Introduction Public Relation is vital for any business today. A good PR strategy targeted towards the fraternity, with right kind of message and using right mode of communication helps organisation to improve its images and give a right direction to the business. Any company will be able to reach to the market leader's position if it is able to satisfy its stakeholders. Public Relations provide a tool to reach the target... A Public...
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Public Relation Research Essay
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...related or even unrelated industries follow trend to salvage themselves. It reveals information which could have a rippling effect across... ? Media Issue:” Boral Layoffs Media Issue:” Boral Layoffs Whenever there is a threat, for instance, possible war, a weather emergency or even an uprising, it is the media, whether print or electronic, and more recently the internet which people look upon to get information. Such decisions help the people make life-saving decisions such as home evacuations and other contingency measures. Various stakeholders such as disaster management officials also look upon the media to pass useful information which assist in averting adverse effects to the citizens. Consequently, ...
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Fashion and identity relation
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...RELATION COURSE: LECTURER: DATE: Fashion represents a popular activity, style of action or trend. Often it associates with music, movies, and style of dressing, art, food, relationships and the like. In a common world, it represents a style of dressing that is common amongst people in a country. The trend set by fashion is that it never lasts and keeps changing. Depending on how popular a trend becomes it can last for about one to three years and then be replaced by a new fashion style. The change in fashion has always had its setbacks as change... FASHION AND IDENTITY...
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Object relation therapy
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...Relations Theory by Martin is a 25-year old single black male International from Kenya. He came to the United s as agrant-holder in the course of a program for future doctors. The government of his country chooses the best students at the age of 18 and sends them to receive education in America in order to apply their knowledge in Kenya later. Martin has been sharing the apartment with two other students for the last five years. Martin has started a relationship with a girl two months ago being single during all his life before. All Martin`s family, a mother, a stepfather, two elder brothers, and a little sister lives in Kenya. A month ago Martin has been feeling stressed and found himself... Object...
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Japan U.S. relation
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...RELATION Japan, comprised of over 3000 islands can be termed as an archipelago. The history of Japan saw the rise of the ruling warrior class-Samurai during the feudal era. Minamoto no Yoritomo, Ashikaga Takauji, Oda Nobunaga, Toyotomi Hideyoshi, Tokugawa Ieyasu, Toyotomi Hideyori were a noted rulers during that period. Military dominance over politics was prevalent and all these emperors were the supreme commanders of troops in Japan. In 1603, Ieyasu was chosen shgun ("Commander of the Armies"). He established the Tokugawa shogunate. The Tokugawa shogunate enacted a range of measures to direct the autonomous daimyo. In 1639, the shogunate commenced the isolationist sakoku ("closed... JAPAN U.S....
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Public relation campaign
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...relation campaign Table of Contents Introduction to Huntingdon Life Sciences 3 Issues involved with Huntingdon Life Sciences 3 Public relation campaign 4 Developing effective public relation campaign 6 Effective communication with stakeholders 8 Planning for eventualities 10 Evaluating public relation effectiveness 11 Reference 15 Introduction to Huntingdon Life Sciences Huntingdon Life Sciences is a Contract Research Organisation (CRO) which is founded in Cambridgeshire, England in the year 1951. It has one laboratory in United States and two laboratories in United Kingdom. It is the largest non clinical CRO in Europe. HLS provides Contract Research Organisation services in non-clinical... ? Public...
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Communication-Public Relation
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...Relation Reading Response: Communication-Public Relation The top five strategies for making the most of your internship as presented by iternweb.com provide what I believe to be practical tips on how individuals can be able to approach their internships so as to be able to maximize their learning experience as well as increase the possibility of landing a job at the firm after graduation (Internweb.com. 2014). However, I do not agree with some of the tips provided in the article such the need for one to be a “Johnny or Suzy Good Intern” who is always trying to appease the bosses. I think that such an approach would not necessarily work in the event that a boss... Reading Response: Communication-Public...
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International Relation 2
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...Relation... 6 June Question How does Las Casas make sense of (experience) Spain’s war against the Indians? What is the particular view of history at work in his account? How is he guilty of representing the Americas as a utopia? What are the problems that his account (description, history) of the Americas generates for his quest for justice and the writing of history? The European conquest of the Americas is not that accurately described in some reference books, where some even highlight the benefits of colonization to colonized territories. Several history books render the sickening extent and brutality of European colonization during Columbus’ times. One of these books is An Account, Much Abbreviated, ...
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International Relation Theory
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...Relation Theory Knudsen in his argument s that the 1998 rebellion of the Albanians in Kosovo and ensuring of the civil war and international intervention is an example of tragic violent conflict and collective attempts by the foreign nations to intervene. According to English perspective, this gives to questions regarding the relationship between human rights and international sovereignty, and the managerial and legitimizing roles of international relation. This school of thought argues that this was not normal intervention since it raised questions regarding the legitimacy of humanitarian intervention, the nature of sovereignty statehood and the role of international community... International Relation ...
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Aviation Labor Relation
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...Relation in the Aviation Industry 0 Introduction 1 Background ofthe research During the time of rapid change and great uncertainty in several industries, aviation industry comes out to be one of the top growing as well as most active sectors in the international or global economy (Steven and Fewster 56-69). To stay ahead, the executives of the airline company are required to think by placing their company in probable scenarios and should rapidly adjust their business models according to the varying market conditions, along with providing their companies with clear direction and guidance. The landscape of industry is shifting continually, therefore the drive... of this transformation looks...
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Employee Relation E-portfolio
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...RELATION AND E-PORTFOLIO By Employee Relation and E-portfolio Session 3: The changing context of work, employment patterns, temps, insecurity and changing work ethics- Seminar 1 After completion of section three, I realized that today’s working environment has highly changed. For instance, nowadays, in most organizations, managers cannot presume full-time work for their employees. Thus, managers should look at the different methods of employing workers that could be beneficial to the organization. Essentially, in order to thrive in a highly competitive business environment, I have learnt that all managers ought to place an emphasis on enterprise, flexibility, risk, change, and above all... EMPLOYEE...
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Customer Relation Management
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...Relation Management Submitted xyz Submitted by abc April 18, 2008 Relation Management Best Buy Overview The nature of Best Buy Inc is that of a giant retailer that sells products for the office, home, appliances, software and other miscellaneous services. The company is located in Minnesota and with about 140,000 staff and personnel. The main operations of the company however are serviced to the US and the Canadian region only. The target market of the Best Buy includes general consumers who are looking for electronic consumer goods. The unique nature of the business is that the company provides its products to its customers through its physical stores as...
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IT for Investor Relation
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...Relation Executive summary Comcast has employed web hosting and social media as the major technologiesin Investor Relations. Besides earning an improved brand perception from the investors, the company achieves a broader investor base that strengths its financial soundness. Despite outshining her competitors, the company’s website lacks email alert, video conferencing, and investor contacts feature in its IR website. Paying heed to these critical issues will ensure continued prosperity. Technological changes, changes in federal laws and the economic considerations, that come in hand, should be provided for appropriately. In the main, high technological utilization... had doubled from $8.19 to...
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Industrial Relation in USA
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...relations system in the USA is characterized by high levels of juridification and low levels of collective bargaining. Discuss Introduction Industrial relations known also as labor relations, employee relations or the employment relationship refer to the legal relationship between the employer and the employee concerning rights and obligations by and towards each other in the employment context (Bamber, 2004). Industrial relations in the US are characterized by both a higher degree of juridification, i.e. the ever increasing tendency to legally regulate industrial relations and a lower level of collective bargaining, i.e. employees of an organization usually represented through... The industrial...
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Industrial Relation in Australia
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...Relation in Australia August 31, 2007 Industrial Relation in Australia Twenty years ago, 50 percent of all workers were members of a union. Today, the unionization rate is just 23 percent. Even in the public sector, once a bastion of union strength, union members are now in the minority. In an era of casualisation, computerization and feminization, deunionisation is probably the most significant change to have hit labor market over the past generation. A marker of the decline in union power is how rare strikes have become. The number of days lost to industrial disputes today is just one-quarter of its level in the early-1980s. In this, Australia is not alone... Swarnambika S Academia Research Industrial...
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Case Study Assignment: Public Relation
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...relation strategy would you propose for the campaign? From the results attained in the research conducted, there are various ways and methodologies, which might be useful. The determination on this could be determined by considering each... “Researching a place for Alan Louis general What is the problem that is of concern for the administration of Alan Louis general hospital? Why has he decided to conduct a communication audit? Alan Louis is a small hospital compared to the other hospitals located in the area. This makes the hospital is less popular compared to the other 10 hospitals in Corpus Cristi, Texas. The administrator of Alan Louis Sven Rapcorn had tried to deduce and find out why this was so des...
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Relation Between Romanticism and Transcendentalism
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...Relation Between Romanticism and Transcendentalism Romanticism and Transcendentalism are closely related ideas that began at the same time in the 18th Century. The differences between the two concepts exist on their viewpoints on what constitutes a person’s nature, individuality, spiritual being and philosophies. Based on the works of Edgar Allan Poe, romanticism stressed an aesthetic occurrence identifying feeling such as nervousness, fear, awe and dismay. Transcendentalists have a strong belief in the power of spiritualism, nature and individual being. Their views have partial relationships with those propagated by romantics; however, they uphold the...
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Essay plan ( management employee relation )
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...relations... is by using employee empowerment method. By empowering you mean that you delegate more authority to them and give more power to subordinate. This way they can come up with new ideas and cost cutting methods and firms might not only cut costs but it might also benefit from good relationship with employees. Source: Management by Richard L. Daft, 4th Edition, pp. 545-548 2. According to a book written by John Gennard on employee relations, employee-management relationship suffers because of different aims of both management and employees. For example, management wants higher profits which includes lowering costs and could lead to downsizing and loss of job for...
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Blog post for Public Relation
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...Relation Grade (Feb. 26th, Blog post for Public Relation Seeding the internet withgreat content, according to PR maven Carrie Morgan, is one of the fundamental aspect towards achieving the success of a brand. While there are millions or even hundreds of millions of articles or just short posts on the internet that speak to the sale of a product that is either similar, substitute, complementary or supplementary to the brand that a business offers, it is only through the creation of unique content in relation to the product, that the business can attain an upper hand in digital marketing (Morgan, 2014). Customers are rarely looking for that complex and detailed analysis... post for Public Relation Grade...
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Middle east and international relation
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...RELATION Middle East and international relation Insert Insert Grade Insert 4 December 2010 Middle East and international relation Introduction There is no apt definition that can be used to define Middle East region, but in simple understanding, this is a region that in size extends across the entire width of northern Africa into the lands of western Asia as far as the Indian subcontinent. As a region, Middle East strategically acts as a connecting link between Africa, Asia and Europe (Ismael p.183). At the same time, Middle East is home to some of the well internationally known waterways such as the Turkish Straits, the Red Sea, the Suez Canal... , the essence of this paper is to look at...
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Discussion board 5 international relation
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...RELATION …………………. College/ ………….. What is the relationship between group think and the decision to invade Iraq in 2003? Comment on the perception of this war by some scholars as Barash and Webel as a manifestation of modern imperialism (Neo-Imperialsm), where the "continuing presence of American military bases throughout the Middle East and central Asia, are clearly not unrelated to the advanced industrial world's dependency on the oil resources in that region." Groupthink and its symptoms were very evident in the decision of Bush administration in 2003 to go to war with Iraq and dominate on that country. The groupthink process, which occurs when an individual is pressured to conform... ? INTERNATIONAL...
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Unit Journal for International Relation
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...Relation Total Number of Words 961 Question one: Is sovereignty absolute? Since the era of globalization, alot of political, social, and economic changes took place. By eliminating global barriers to international trading; multinational companies in developed countries relocated their businesses in developing countries (Sun, 2009)i. With regards to political matters, the United Nations (UN) was established in order to facilitate the cooperation between two or more countries particularly on issues related to international peace and security, socio-economic development, human rights, and humanitarian affairs by implementing the international laws (United Nations, 2012... ? Unit Journal for International...
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