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...Working Mothers Outline Thesis: There are advantages and disadvantages working mothers face compared to stay at home mothers. Working mothers may face some problems in rearing children but this must not be used as a defense to keep women in home. Society has still not accepted women the way they should have and all talk of modernization have failed to impact the mentality of the bourgeoisies. Ӏ Introduction A. Details of the feminist movement B. Thesis of the paper ӀӀ Pros and Cons of being a Working Mothers A. Working mothers can teach many things to their children. B. ...
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Working Capital
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...Working Capital Management: It involves the relationship between firm’s short term assets and short term liabilities. Aim of working capital is to ensure firms ability to satisfy its maturing short term debts and upcoming operational expenses. Working capital management involves the management of inventory, accounts receivables and payables and cash. Every organization irrespective of its size and nature of the business in which it is operating requires necessary amount of working capital. Efficient maintenance of working capital is important for creating value for stakeholders. The ability of firms to manage short term debts and expenditures can be calculated with the formula in which value...
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Working Capital
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...WORKING CAPITAL of Contents Introduction 3 Inventory and Working Capital 3 Inventory can be considered as an asset as well as liability 4 Increase in working capital might not increase liquidity 4 Inflated working capital due to inclusion of obsolete inventory 4 Inventories can be overvalued 5 Inventories might not be as liquid as estimated 5 Prepaid and Deferred Expenses and Working Capital 5 Prepaid and Deferred Expenses cannot be easily liquidated 6 Prepaid and Deferred Expenses might be unrelated to business activity 6 Changes in Prepaid and Deferred Expenses does not reflect changes in company’s liquidity 7 Prepaid and Deferred Expenses are potential expenses... INVENTORY, PREPAIDS AND DEFERRALS IN...
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Working Class
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...Working Women who avoid being Working In her article inThe Contemporary British Society Reader, Beverley Skeggs explores the idea that working class women will tend to avoid the label society gives them (Abercrombie and Warde, 2001). The author commanded a study that involved 83 young working women who had little education yet were pursuing degrees and other educational programs. These women continued to speak with Skeggs over a twelve year period, where she noted they went into further employment and also started families of their own. These women were all what Skeggs refers to as working class, however none of them wanted to own up to the label. Several of the women had... Women who avoid being...
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Working Mothers
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...Working Mothers and their Children Introduction Parenting becomes all the more daunting when it comes to working mothers. Earning money and being stable in life makes the working woman enter into a world of challenges related to motherhood. They want to be like other normal women, but have to face a lot of issues when they step out of their homes, leaving children behind or at day cares, and coming back home late in the evenings, finding their families waiting for them. In United States, working mothers have to divide their lives in a myriad of portions, of which parenting, caring for husbands, and looking after the household are some... of the most important ones. This makes life a big...
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Working Conditions
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...Working Conditions What is the most dangerous job at the company? Horizon Nuclear Power is a nuclear plant stationed in United Kingdom. Just like any other job, there are often risks associated with it hence making the highest risk jobs as the most dangerous (Mulembo, 2007). The most dangerous job in this company is majorly done by a nuclear engineer. A nuclear engineer is the person in charge of the nuclear material, and ensures it emits and produces the right amount of energy from the splitting atom. Nuclear engineers are at risk of radiation exposure due to the proximity to the radioactive substance (Mulembo, 2007). In addition, in the reactors, there always exists a...
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Working capital
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...working capital do not face liquidity issues and in turn can focus on other aspects of the business (Investopedia, 2013) . Positive working capital is imperative for a company to ensure that it sustains its operations. Working capital of a company is the difference between its current assets and its current liabilities (Watson & Head, 2013... The short term assets and liabilities of a company i.e. Current Assets and current liabilities are an important determinant of a companys operationalperformance. Hence a company should pay a lot of attention to managing its current assets and current liabilities in order to remain in the business in a profitable manner. Companies that successfully manage its...
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Working Capital
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...WORKING CAPITAL Presented by (Your school) Sure to focus on working capital, current ratio, short-term and long-term debt. End with a bulleted summary addressing the CFOs concerns as related to these areas. Superiors balance sheet. Working capital Working capital mainly is concerned with the liquidity of operation of a company. It is considered as part of operating capital of a business or organization. Working capital of a firm or a business is calculated as the current asset minus the current liabilities of the balance sheet of a firm. The balance sheet of superior shows a working...
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Working Practices
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...work included timelines which one had to work with as well as set agendas which were required to be achieved each day. This was combined with expectations and alternative structures which were associated with work and the associations with family life. However, contemporary society has altered the structure with the home life and the familial relationships and duties. Even though this has altered, the work pressures have not changed and are often more demanding than before. This is causing pressure with many people in the family life and often becomes reflected in the work pressures that are inside the home. Understanding specific changes and developments... ?Introduction The traditional concepts of work ...
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Team Working
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...work remaining to be completed are Draft Final Report, Feedback and Submit Final Report. Introduction The group of four was well formulated and it is ascertained that each one of the group would be assigned specific jobs in accordance to the feasibility of the individual. The sharing of the job was unanimously agreed upon and that resembled a good start. It was my responsibility to check the paper work and complete the question assigned. As consent issues are a huge topic... PROGRESS REPORT Summary As per the graph presented, it is obvious that the major part of the job or data mining has been completed well within schedule and it can be stated that the job completed was satisfying. The sections of...
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Working and non-working students
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...Working and Non-Working of Working and Non-Working Contemporary mid-sized public universities (colleges) and high schools annually receive enrollments from working and non-working students. As by the academics in varied disciplines, the proportion of students working while studying has been increasingly progressively over the years (Berkel, 2010). Working students exhibit a repertoire of similarities and differences in the context of the college fraternity. Whether the class grades, participation in co-curricular activities or time spent on...
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Working Outline
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...WORKING OUTLINE Working Outline of Drug Addiction of the of I. II. Introduction III. What isdrug Addiction? a. “Drug Addiction involves compulsively seeking to use a substance, regardless of the potential negative social, psychological and physical consequences” (Brown, 2003, p.4). b. Drug produces a feeling of satisfaction and a psychic drive that require periodic or continuous administration of the drug to produce pleasure or to avoid discomfort…” (Moal and Koob, 2007, p. 377) c. “Drug addiction, (substance dependence) is a chronic relapsing disease that is characterized by (1) compulsion to seek and take the drug, (2) loss of control in limiting intake (3) emergence of negative... Running Head:...
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Working Impression
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...working impression, which is the most probable cause among the list, is chosen. The investigation then initially centers on proving the working impression. If the working impression holds after confirmatory test/s, then it will hold to be the diagnosis, and the future steps will be dedicated onto eradicating the sources and treating the symptoms accordingly. However, if the PWI turns out not to be the diagnosis, then the differentials will then be tested, so that the primary root of the chief complaint be identified. Treatment will thus be planned based... ?As a doctor, one should first identify the possible causes of the symptoms, based on the initial information provided. From this set, a primary...
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Interprofessional Working
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...working is important to the economic growth of any nation, and any country intendingto strengthens its economy cannot afford to ignore efficient and effective healthcareMoreover, a good healthcare in a nation saves that nation a great deal of money on healthcare expenditure.(Day, 2006) For the purpose of this essay, I would refer to the patient as Mr S for the purpose of confidentiality in line with the NMC code of professional conduct(NMC2008). The rationale for choosing Mr S was because I participated in the delivery of care. So I decided to take the opportunity to learn more from her ailment. Studies by research institutions... and diseases. This professional works hand...
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Working Conditions
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...Working Conditions Business case: The recent developments and advancements in production technology have fostered the growth and adoption of automated process. Indeed, this mechanization across business units and sites has not only reduced the demand of workers but also has posed greater threats to physical safety and security of workers who may fall prey while handling the sophisticated machinery and equipments installed at the state-of-the-art production plant. In contrast, the automated processes have also enhanced internal productivity, capacity, speed and efficiency that positively benefit business entities and reduce total business costs thereby maximizing their profits. This paper... ...
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Working condition
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...Working Conditions Safety Standards in Meat Packing Industry Submitted by: XXXXXXX Number: XXXXX of XXXXXXX XXXXXX Subject Code: XXXXXX Date of Submission: 20th March 2009 Number of Words: The article explains the conclusions and recommendations of the Human Rights Watch with regard to work safety, particular where it concerns immigrant workers. Do you agree with these recommendations? Introduction: The meat packing industry is one with a number of incidents, injuries and illnesses. The nature of the job is one which requires high levels of health and safety regulations. A meat packing shop as understood is one which includes use of knives, hooks and...
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Working Mothers
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...Working Mothers and their Children Introduction Parenting becomes all the more daunting when it comes to working mothers. Earning money and being stable in life makes the working woman enter into a world of challenges related to motherhood. They want to be like other normal women, but have to face a lot of issues when they step out of their homes, leaving children behind or at day cares, and coming back home late in the evenings, finding their families waiting for them. In United States, working mothers have to divide their lives in a myriad of portions, of which parenting, caring for husbands, and looking after the household are some... of the most important ones. This makes life a big...
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Working Agreement
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...Working Agreement This working agreement is for the case of Freydia and would consist of the following: Assessment outline Client Freydia Address and Telephone: Significant others: Children of Freydia and mother of Freydia. Presenting Problems: The client is addicted to crack cocaine. She wants to have possession of her children when they were assigned custody to her mother until she is out of it. BioPsychoSocial Stresses: She is under multiple stresses. One, she is under the pressure to come out of the addiction she is in. She also has to lead her family. For this, her job and of course, children would all form a part of this pressure. She is under biological stress directly because... Hypothetical...
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Team Working
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...work 3 2. Reflection of Experiences with Team Management Issues 3 2. Reflection of Experiences with Team Management Issues 3 2.1. Cross cultural issues 4 2.2. Conflicts during discussion 5 2.3. Coming late for meetings 6 2.4. Leadership issues 7 2.5. Timely contributions from team members 8 2.6. Overcoming conflicts 9 2.7. Success factors for teams 9 3. Conclusions 10 3. Conclusions 10 References 10 References 10 1. Introduction Team working is "a work practice that uses groups of people with shared... Overcoming Challenges, Problems and Conflicts That May Occur in Teams Table of Contents Introduction 2 Introduction 2 1. Effectiveness of teams as decision makers 2 1.2. Dysfunctions of team work ...
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...working capital do not face liquidity issues and in turn can focus on other aspects of the business (Investopedia, 2013) . Positive working capital is imperative for a company to ensure that it sustains its operations. Working capital of a company is the difference between its current assets and its current liabilities (Watson & Head, 2013... ?The short term assets and liabilities of a company i.e. Current Assets and current liabilities are an important determinant of a company's operational performance. Hence a company should pay a lot of attention to managing its current assets and current liabilities in order to remain in the business in a profitable manner. Companies that successfully manage its...
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Working Conditions
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...Working and Public Places New York Smoke Regulation in Working and Public Places Smoking has been prevalent in the whole world as proven by history. Many commercial tobacco and cigarette manufacturers have become giants in the business and many people patronize the smoking products. It can be traced back during the time of Native American Indians that they use tobacco for religious rituals until modernization took place in the next centuries and smoking cigarettes become part of the status quo as it gained popularity especially in social bonds and gatherings (Gilman and Zhou, 2004). The popularity of tobacco and cigarettes are not only enhanced by social bonds but also... New York Smoke Regulation in...
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Working conditions
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...Working Conditions Module 5 2 Ethical issues abound in the 21st century workplace. As such, all the actions of employees, employers, stockholders, and the like must always be the epitome of transparency, respect, and most of all, actions must be above board in order to prevent any ethical question pertaining to the actions of the company. By identifying the normative ethics involved in running an insurance company, and explaining what the company's utilitarian and deontological duties are, we will have discovered the proper path towards ethical decision making within the company. Through my analysis of the situation at the insurance company and its corresponding ethical...
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INTERPROFESSIONAL WORKING
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...Working 6 The “Parental Mental health and Child Welfare Network” 6 Europeam MA Program ‘Migration, mental health and social care 7 Other Programs 7 Legal implications 8 Mrs. IVY had to wait for a long time before she could avail her social service Benefits? 8 Ethical Implications 9 Mrs. Ivy’s Son or Daugher Could have had her Stay with either one of them! 9 Chief Ethical Issues 10 Inter - professional Working 11 “Combined Universities Interprofessional Learning UNIT” 11 Ivy’s care in the community prior to admission to hospital 12... Interprofessional working in the above case 13 Individual Contributions 13 Team Work 15 The Lack of responsibility 17 How the...
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Working-Class
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...WORKING EMILE ZOLA'S GERMINAL Emile Zola's Germinal is the thirteenth novel of a twenty book series called "Les Rougon-Macquart" and certainlythe most famous. Germinal, which is also a month of the revolutionary calendar corresponding to the beginning of spring, takes place in the North of France and describes a general strike in a coal mine. Naturally, Zola's novel describes working conditions of the coal miners but it would be reducing to consider Germinal only as a portrayal of a social class. While reading Germinal, it may seem natural to ask ourselves if the way the miners are described reinforces or challenges the assumptions about the...
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Working capital
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...Working capital(Mcmenamim,1999) is defined as the difference between total assets and total liabilities. Working capital is one ofthe financial statement ratios that users of the financial statements analyse to determine whether the business is going on a straight an beautiful path of continuous net income for the past year or years of operation. The working capital(Aryeetey,1998) is also one of the many financial management tools used by the financial statement users to determine whether the business will continue to survive in the near or even far away future years. Liquidity is described as how "cash" an item in the financial statement is because liquidity is equated... such customer...
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Team working
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...work easier, reduces cost, saves time, and increases efficiency in an organization (Weinstein, 2010). Since organizations aim at increasing efficiency, reducing cost, and saving time for development activities, it means that firms should adopt the use of teams in carrying out their activities... . The significance of team work may be explained using the following photograph. The photograph also explains the how efficient service user delivery works, and why it is essential in the success of an organization. Picture illustrating the significance of teamwork (http://www.mkhalid.com/category/project-management-team-work/) The above photographs...
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Working Conditions
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...Working Conditions The meat slaughtering, processing, and packaging industry has some of the most unsafe, dirty and damaged work conditions and has long been associated with an alarming rate of casualties such as accidents, injuries, and illnesses. Human Rights Watch’s method of giving recommendations against the meat and poultry plants in America is a justified act governed by a form of moral reasoning known as “utilitarianism”. According to Andre and Manuel - ' this principle holds that the morally right course of action in any situation is the one that produces the greatest balance of benefits over harms for everyone affected' (Andre, 2010). I absolutely agree in supporting the detailed... ?Topic:  Wor...
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Working capital management
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...Working Capital Management Introduction Working capital management is a complex process through which a company ensures that it maintains sufficientcash inflows in order to meet its short term debt obligations as well as operating expenses. In other words, the system of working capital management intends to establish a relationship between a firm’s current assets and current liabilities. Implementation of an effective working capital management system will certainly assist a company to improve its earnings. Ratio analysis and management of separate elements of working capital are two major aspects of...
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Managing Working Capital
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...Working Capital A healthcare organization such Greenville Hospital System Medical Center (GHS) in South Carolina is complex in the sense that its activities are not merely about service delivery but it also involve daily financial management work entailed such as the collection of payment, cost accounting, and so forth. Working capital management is an important element in this respect because it is crucial in successful organizational operations. Such management covers the interaction of the assets and liabilities, which are classified in two departments: the gross working capital or the working capital and the net working capital. Fundamentally, the working capital is total current assets... Managing...
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Working in groups
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...Working in groups Working in groups is a book that provides one with the practical skills for communicating and working successfully built on both theory and research. It looks at different aspects of how to groups work and gives the insights of how to work in a group. In the first chapter, Introduction to group communication, I will look into various ways of succeeding in a group. The objective of this paper is to clearly define group communication, the merit and demerit of working in a group and the guiding principle of group work. Books from researchers like Steinberg and Ephross will aid in comprehensive understanding of this topic. Successful group work requires tolerance, inclusivity... ...
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Working Capital Management Practices
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...working capital in most optimized manner. The current working capital policies of the firm can be mostly considered as conservative in nature as Family Dollar employ most of its own internally generate funds to finance its working capital needs. Such practice may be healthy as the firms often attempt to save finance cost if external short term financing is secured to finance the working capital however; firms also tend to tie most of their productive funds with non-productive assets... Family Dollar is one of the leading retail chain stores in US providing unique and efficient retail services to great number s. Since Family Dollar operates in retail industry therefore it has to particularly manage its...
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Managing Working Capital
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...Working Capital al Affiliation) According to Syndicate clinic, working capital is the difference betweenthe current liabilities (CL) and the subsequent current assets (CA). The working capital of Syndicate clinic measures the amount of the liquid assets available to the company and available in developing the clinic (Gapenski, 2012). The working capital of Syndicate Company can have either a positive effect or a negative feedback, depending on the amount of debt that the clinic owes its creditors. Generally, Syndicate Company has more working capital that is why it is successful. This has enabled them to improve some of its operation. The net working capital of Syndicate Company is similar... Managing...
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The Working Class
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...WORKING THE WORKING in APA Style by The term "working is loosely used in everyday conversation. The common conception of the society of the working class usually depends on the context and speaker, and is strongly linked to education, occupation, culture and income. When used conventionally, the working class is often a description of the segment of society who uses their physical labor in order to earn a decent living. In academic sociology, however, this definition of this term is much more complicated. It should be noted that social scientists strive to clearly separate social classes in into specific strata; consensus regarding this issue remains unreached. One reason... for this is the...
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Working Capital Management Analysis
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...Working Capital Management Analysis By definition, working capital can be defined as 'The amount of current assets that remains after current liabilities are deducted'. For any firm, the management of this working capital is very necessary in order to sustain its financial health in normal working conditions and to carry out its regular functioning. "Working capital management involves management and control of the gross current assets as against the net working capital. The current assets mainly comprise of cash, account receivables, bills receivables and inventories."1 When integrated with cash flow, the management of working capital in very important in running a business. Cash flow can... ...
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Define Working Capital
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...Working Capital Working capital is a measure of liquid assets that an organization requires to manage its business. In other words, it can be defined as a difference between current assets and current liabilities. Working capital is required to meet the short-term needs of the business. The firm that fails to manage its working capital needs adequately has less chance of success in business. Working capital is the backbone of any business and its role in success of any organization is significant. Debtors and creditors can increase or decrease the working capital requirements. Creditors...
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Working Capital Management
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...WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT a) The management of fixed and current assets differs in three important ways. First, in managing fixed assets, time is a very important factor; consequently, discounting and compounding technique play a significant role in capital budgeting and minor role in the management of current assets. Second, the large holding of current assets, especially cash, strengths the liquidity position but also reduces overall profitability. Third, levels of fixed and current assets depend upon the expected sales, but it is only current assets which can be adjusted with sales fluctuations in the short run therefore company has greater flexibility in managing...
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Working at McDonald's
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...Working at McDonald’s Summary and Critical Response Part The Summary In "Working at McDonald's," Amitai Etzioni argues that teen-agers working at McDonald’s are more exposed to negative effects. As explicitly averred, Etzioni indicated that “McDonald’s is bad for your kids” (283). The apparent reasons that were disclosed by the author included affecting academic performance in a negative manner; apparently imparting skills that are not sufficiently applicable in future endeavors; and reportedly skew the values that are supposed to focus on adherence to ethical, moral and legal standards. Evidently, Etzioni indicated that the nature of the...
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Working single fathers
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...Working Single Fathers: Financial and Professional Growth Issues for single Fathers here December 06, Working Single Fathers: Financial and Professional Growth Issues for single Fathers Introduction The single-mother families being so widely-spread in the modern society, the number of single-father families is also growing rapidly. No matter what specific reason caused single-parenting, a lot of issues in the single parent families are often best met by couples with healthy partnerships and the support of their extended families. And sometimes that's just not possible (Carruthers, 2008). This brings out the need of conducting thorough research to find out the specific challenges... ?Running head: Working ...
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Working Capital Management
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...Working Capital Management Working Capital Management The aim of this paper is to show what working capital management is in the context of a financial institution. The paper will also demonstrate how management of an organization can control the working capital so as to maximize profitability. The paper will look at the different advantages that are accrued by financial institutions in relation to their account receivables and their loan lending capacities. It will look at the financial growth and maturity of Citibank Indonesia, and the various strategies incorporated to deal with sovereign risk limits. It will draw its analysis and discussion from the combination of the account receivables...
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Working in Partnership Essay
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...Working in Partnership Children in Northern Ireland (CiNI) Working in partnership provides an individual to find a way to meet his needs by combining and contemplating all the required services. This discussion is about Children in Northern Ireland (CiNI) which is a regional umbrella body for the children's sector in Northern Ireland. Here CiNI provides the best outcomes for children by working in partnership with all those who are committed to improving the lives of children and young people in Northern Ireland. Working together in partnership The best example of CiNI, working on integrated partnership is on Families Matter. The families matter has delivered appropriate seamless... 9 Jan 2008...
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Working in Teams
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...Working Teams Yield Better Results than Individuals Introduction Organizations have come under acute pressure to incorporate innovative ways of value creation, particularly in the face of the ever-increasing global competition, high business uncertainty, and complex business environment (Shabankareh & Shahidi, 2014). Over time, many organizations have come to acknowledge and appreciate the critical importance of their human capital in achieving continuous improvement. The human capital is indeed one of the most critical sources of competitive advantage, which enables organizations to create value for their customers, by supplying adequate high quality goods and services. This in turn leads... ...
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Working in groups
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...Working in groups, or cooperative learning as it is called in the field of education, is incorporated into many es at all levels. Teams are nowa common way to tackle problems or coordinate projects in the world of business as well. The idea that cooperation is more powerful than competition in learning and planning has certainly gained traction over the past several decades. Cooperative learning has become entrenched in education and business with mixed results. The fact is, cooperative learning has many advantages but there are disadvantages as well. Working in groups can be powerful because the group can provide more experiences, insight and ideas...
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Management of Working Capital
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...Working Capital Table of Contents Introduction 3 Definition of working capital 3 Significance of working capital management 4 Working capital cycle 6 Methods to manage working capital 6 Working capital management of Tesco and Sainsbury 7 Recommendation 8 Conclusion 8 Reference 9 Bibliography 12 Introduction Working capital refers to the difference between the current assets and current liabilities of an organization. An efficient management of working capital aims towards maintaining an optimum balance of the various components of working capital (Filbeck & Krueger, n.d.).Success of a business depends on the effective management of receivables, payables and inventory. By minimizing... Management of...
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Working memory and consolidation
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...Working memory and consolidation: Introduction: The ability to retain and use information in the mind to bring it into use later for either verbal ornonverbal tasks like talking or understanding and arguing or processing is largely associated with the system of working memory. This whole phenomenon of retaining the received information to do verbal and nonverbal tasks is universally considered to be so important that the query why we forget usually forms a core part of any memory theory. This is actually a theoretical concept associated with both psychology and neuroscience. Forgetting heavily interferes with the tasks of the working memory system which is why so much research is done... on...
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Partnership Working And Management
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...working rely on organizational factors as much as the ability of professionals to work together? Essence of Partnership Working: Dominance of Organizational Culture or Professional Ability The essence of partnership working lies simply in the value addition that it creates in the working of the organization both internally as well as externally. Establishment of fruitful and result oriented partnerships involves time and structure that is build on a perpetual basis involving organizational factors along with the individual ability of professionals who intends to work in a cohesive environment (Carnwell & Carson 1998). Partnership workings are in itself considered... ?Does the success of partnership...
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Working Environment and Family
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...working environment and issues related to families. The issue is particularly taken with reference to policies and regulations related to labor laws in general. Moreover, the book also covers the socio-economic dependencies, working laws, and care giving scenarios in different families. The book has mentioned in detail the rating and comparative analysis of different European and countries with North American region. The book is prcised and focused to evaluate the effectiveness of working hours in different types of organizations and their impact on the family life of different individuals in the society. The key... Book Review The has given a detailed comparative analysis about the different countries...
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Post-war Working Women
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...Working Women #####C#### #### P##6Q#######P### At the end of World War II it is true that there was a #backlash## of sorts against the women war workers. However, the reasons for and the occurrence seems to have been wrapped up with a number of significant trends that were ongoing at this time. First there was a short recession that went on for about... a year as industry turned production from war material to consumer goods. Then there were all those men returning to go to school, go back to work, marry and start the baby boom generation. While industry preferred to hire men back instead of the women, a significant amount of women wanted to and did work. Union figures show that in the 30##s only about a million women were in the union work force, where by 1950 there were more that 3 million women members working.######X#0#######################################################################X#0#1############################################################1####################X#P#### #### P##6Q######X#P##### by # ###### ###Tula Connell... WPCp#### ########2#r#########B#####"###J########l### #Z#########|#x###Times New Roman (TT)#Arial (TT)#########################C#### ####...
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Flexible working patterns
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...Working Patterns In this paper, flexible working patterns are discussed in the light of the process of job enrichment for employees. While there can be costs and disadvantages involved with creating flexible work hours for employees, there are also substantial benefits to be gained by a company that chooses to go that way. Tools such as telecommuting, a compressed work week, job sharing and other practices that come under flexible working patterns are also discussed and it is shown that as a long term investment in human capital, the idea of job enrichment through the creation of flexible work patterns is a valid one. Introduction One of the most popularly advocated structural technique... Flexible...
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The New Working Woman
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...working woman The new working woman Aristide Boucicault started departmental stores in 1840’s. Never did he know that he was the pioneer of a new way of doing business throughout the world. His idea was to be replicated and commercialized throughout the globe. His way of unique management was soon, used as the consumer patterns changed and entrepreneurs quickly grasped the new business model. In the formative days, women dominated the department store. They were expected to find their lives’ sense in obvious consumption patterns earn their living promoting products. This mentality greatly played a pivotal role in the advancement of both present-day and the woman’s place in modern society... The new...
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Working at Wendy's
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...working parents and siblings. So the best way to create this effect is to narrate the stories in the present tense. If Franklin changes everything in the past tense, the readers would take the incidents as mere stories and the essence of the incidents as everyday life events would be missed. Part 2 Franklin’s effective use of descriptive language helps the readers catch all... 23 September Part Franklin’s use of present tense for much part of the essay brings life to the essay and makes it more happening. Franklin does this first because most of the stories he shares happen on daily basis rather than having happened once in the past. Franklin discusses the everyday life of many students, their working ...
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