Human Resource 2
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An organization structure refers to an organization culture, whereby all processes of an organization including responsibilities, channels of communication and authority are arranged. An organization structure is very important in any organization since it provides a chance for employees and managers to perform their jobs and it enhances the flow of work in the company.
Human Resource Management
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The second difference lies in the manner the Competency-Based Pay is more focused than the traditional Job-Based Pay. This means that the two methodologies have much to understand when coming head to head with one another. The third and last difference between Competency-Based Pay and traditional Job-Based Pay is that the former emphasizes on one particular task at hand while the traditional method was more open, as it involved different tasks as and when these cropped up.
Thesis: Booker T Washington was born into slavery thus his ideas of African-American rights were influenced by his early experie
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Washington and W.E.B. Du Bois. Both struggled to achieve their high educations in an environment where most white people believed that a black man was incapable of intellectual thought. Although it may have been mostly true that the black people living in America in this time period were incapable of reading, these two men proved that the fault was not in the black man's mental ability but was instead found in his lack of opportunity.
Arsenal Football Club
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Arsenal Football Club is one of the biggest specialized football clubs in the world and is situated in London. It is counted among top most renowned clubs in football. Previously, this club was known as ‘Dial Square’ and in the year 1891 the club was renamed as ‘Woolwich Arsenal’.
Identification of Relevant and Irrelevant Cost - Coca Cola Flavored Milk
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Since the company in question is one of the giants in the beverage industry, not even in Australia but all over the world, therefore, the company always focuses on increasing its growth in number of different ways. Extension in existing product line of the company is also another way through which the company maintains its objective of growth increase.
In-Office Nuclear Cardiac Stress Lab
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However, it is vital to take into consideration the market, economic, financial and technical costs incurred in the implementation and maintenance of a project in comparison to its returns within an expected feasible period (Pogue, 2010). As a result, it is advisable to carry out an evaluation process based on the feasibility study of investing in such projects that do not yield high returns but remain to be of more significance to the beneficiary.
Mergers and Acquisitions as a Strategic Mean of Creating Value and Maximizing Shareholder Wealth
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As a part of corporate and management strategy; organisations tend to find alternatives creating more value by maximising shareholder wealth (King, Slotegraaf, Kesner, 2008 pp 24-45). The discussion aims at underpinning and analysing the role of mergers and acquisitions as a strategic mean of creating value and maximising shareholder wealth in comparison to the alternative organic growth.
Critically analyze how successful the British government's use of Spending Reviews has been as a way of making government more
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The spending review budgets are known not to have any legal backing and they are implemented annually. The government has the authority to alter the plans in the budget. The United Kingdom pre-budget reports have increasingly been used to announce any alterations in the spending plans.
The role of money in the macro economy
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The concept of money and monetary order in the world has undergone changes in the dynamic economic environment from the simple bartering system to electronic transfers over the period of time. In macro economy the fiscal measures of the governments and the monetary control of the central banks of countries play important roles in determining value of money.
Discuss the premise that cash is the 'essential commodity' of a business, that cash lubricates the business and allows operation
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According to Valentas, Rotstein and Singh, “cash is defined as the net flow of money into the firm after taxes are paid; it is the difference between money received from sales and money paid out for expenses and taxes” (Valentas et al., 539). In simple terms, cash is one of the essential elements needed for a business to grow and to achieve its long term objectives.
Emerging Accounting Issues
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These principles are meant to be formulated to the best interests of the public in relation to the execution of accounting practices in public companies. The FASB recommended the formation of the Emerging Issues Task Force (EITF) in 1984. The EITF was tasked with assisting the FASB in improving financial reporting through discussion, timely identification and resolution of financial accounting issues.
MNC Enters India
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The company was founded in the year 1943 and since that period, it has been able to serve in the best possible manner in various countries where it operates (Inter IKEA Systems B.V., 2012). IKEA can be duly considered as one of the foremost multinational companies which is looking forward to enter into the Indian market by designing effective strategies and following every possible step that the company could take in order to enter into the said market.
Does the rotation of auditors improve the quality of auditing?
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Whitehouse suggested that this is only achievable through quality audit (par. 3). However, according to the U.K. Competition Commission, most audit firms and public companies in the country are too interdependent, thus compromising the objectivity and skepticism that is intended to safeguard interests of shareholders.
Sarbanes-Oxley Act Article Analysis
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The Sarbanes-Oxley Act has several sections with each containing a rule of its own and effect on a corporation. Here is a summary of the main sections. Section 302 gives duty to the CEO and CFO to certify in person that financial reports are accurate and complete and are responsible for any fraud regarding such.
Five essays in "Legal and Regulatory Issues in Islamic Banking and finance"
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In order that the Islamic banking system fully utilize its potential, it is preferable that Islamic banks have the opportunity to work as the sole system in an economy, as studies show that Islamic banks cannot, relatively, operate with full efficiency under a conventional banking framework especially the case of Islamic windows which exposed to close out in Qatar for example.
FINANCIAL MARKETS AND MONETARY POLICY
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The markets are however characteristically distinct by taking the clear pricing, the basic rules and guidelines for trading, expenses and fees and the market powers that determine the amounts of securities that are able to trade. However, some financial marketplaces are only giving authority to participants that meet positive standards, which in this case can be found on the issues like the quantity of money that is held, the depositor's physical location, the information of the marketplaces or the occupation of the member.
market rate of return
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Firstly, the security market line (SML) is the capital asset pricing model (CAPM) representation. It is a basic relationship estimate between return and risk in a stock price. Estimation of the SML and comparing it to the actual historical stock returns enables the investor to get a sense of whether the stock is overvalued or undervalued, based on the assumptions of the investor about future performance (Sharpe,3).
company analyses
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The ratio analysis has been done for both the businesses in order to understand their business situation in terms of profitability. The next part of the study would be highlighting the promotional plans adapted by each business. It would be reflected by means of a forecasted profit and loss statement for both the businesses.
Derivatives and Alternative Investments
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It is used by non-financial firms in the management of the interest rate risk of their corporate debt. Financial firms use the swaps market intensively in hedging the mismatch in the interest rate risk of their assets and liabilities. The liquidity of the swaps market also underpins the residential mortgage market in the United States, providing real benefits to the household sector.
The Influence of Macroeconomic Developments on Determination of Commodity Prices
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This research work aims to identify the influence of macroeconomic developments of the commodity pricing. Also, to establish the impact of demand side, supply side and the sharp increase in commodity exports of developing countries on prices. The research has been conducted as descriptive and as quantitative survey among 50 participants.
Based on recent events, discuss whether the stock markets are efficient according to the EMH.
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One way that the investors do this is to participate in the stock market. The stock market is a market where limited companies issue and sell their shares to the interested investors. Trade of shares is an important element in a country with a free economy.1 Through this, the companies get capital, and in return, the investors have some form of ownership in that particular company.
Forensic Accounting Review Questions (Easy!)
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The following outstood as the causes of financial fraud, the need to make an extra income, ease in capital acquisition, concealing unpleasing news from the relevant stakeholders of the organization, cover-up of illegal financial activities and the attempt to make the company’s position unknown to the public.
the effects of the 2008 financial crisis on the investment in the Gulf area specially on Qatar.
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The growth in private credit stagnated while high-risk aversion by the financial institutions coupled by decline in investor confidence stifled credit growth in the economy (Casa, 2009). The real growth in the non-oil economic activities declined by about 5 percent in 2009 and the oil sector saw a significant decline in investments due to slowdown in global oil demand and significant decline in the global oil prices (Distr, 2009).
finance
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It is for this reason that managers are required to develop attitudes and strategies that would cultivate and maintain supportive and cooperative ways of relating amongst the subordinates (Horngren & Foster, 1991). Several organizations are fond of using budgets as computational tools for controlling costs which should not be the case; instead, the management should also consider behavioral aspect of budgeting so that the employees can be motivated to achieve the organizational budget goals.
Debt in the firm’s balance sheets
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From the discussion, it is clear that a firm’s level of debt in its balance sheet may largely depend on a number of external as well as internal market factors. Profitability, stability, size, and market reputation are some of the major elements determining the debt levels of a firm. In addition, availability of bank loans is another major factor that causes varying levels of debt in firms’ balance sheet.
Explaining The Process Of Portfolio Management For Stock Funds Performance
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Hence as an investor, the ability to accept risk in the pursuit of higher rates of return has to be analysed depending on various constraints that include, liquidity needs, time horizon, tax considerations, regulations and unique needs and preference (Bodie et al., 2005).
Goods and services tax (GST) Assignment
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Goods and services tax (GST) came into force as an open based indirect tax on 1st of July 2000. This open based indirect tax is set at a rate of 10%. This rate can only be changed if every state and territory in Australia agrees, and both Assembly of each Federal Parliament accepts the amendment.
Principles of Aerodynamics
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A V?2) S CL Putting the values, L = (? (0.4671) (106.94)2)(29)(0.67) = 51,891 N = 5.2 E+4 N In a straight and level flight, lift forces are equal to the weigth of the body, hence, L = W = mg Value of ‘g’ at 9km from sea level = g = go (r/(r+h)) = 9.81 (6400/ (6400+9)) = 9.796 m/s2 Using the above values of lift and ‘g’; 51891 = m (9.796) => m = 5297 kg Question No.
Electron Microscopy
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Lens aberrations can exist in a form of chromatic aberrations. This exist when a range of wavelengths is instantly present in the light (for example in 'white' light) and occur because a single lens will enable light to be diverted by an amount depending on the wavelength.
Love in psychology
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(Frank Sinatra) Frank Sinatra sang this song with soulful depths in a tender expression of arrayed symbols to employ meanings on love. Love is a deep emotional feeling no language could fully describe. It is a burning force, a compelling passion, an innate vacuum wanting to be filled, a desire drawing vigor for momentum, something that reassures, or often a perplexing but fascinating contradiction.
Structure & Strategies for success
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Organizational structures allow the expressed allocation of responsibilities for different functions and processes to different entities such as the branch, department, workgroup and individual. The matrix structure will be adopted which will allow to group employees in the organization by both function and product.
Efficient Market Hypothesis
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Efficient market hypothesis stipulates that the prices of stocks in the money markets represent summation of all probabilities of all future consequences. The information available in the public domain is assumed to reflect stock prices in the money markets.
computer crimes,ethics, and privacy
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It is true that everything has two sides; a positive and a negative one. And on the basis of some negative effects the potential benefits of technology, such as computers and internet, cannot be ignored. But it is also important to understand the perils of computers and internet, so that one can attempt to avoid and eradicate such perils.
Financial Markets and Risk
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It is up to the return expectation and risk appetite of the investor to choose the right product. For high risk taking investors, there are products that invest in stock markets and other volatile markets. Funds that focus on bonds, debt instruments etc. are preferred by low risk taking investors.
UK Deregulated Banking and Economic Downturn
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According to Fancher (1999-20110), banking deregulation is defined as the removal of regulations which governs the banking system. Arguably, it is clear to illustrate that the United Kingdom’s overreliance on a deregulated banking industry contributed considerably to the economic downturn experienced in the period 2007/2008.
Law For Accounting: Employment Law
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It is on the understanding of his contractual service at the hotel that he would be able to receive any redundancy payment and other statutory rights from the hotel upon termination of his services (Lockton, 2006, p. 137-145). Control Test Method The argument on whether James is an employee or is self employed may first be determined by a court based the Control Test method.
Importance of a Global Approach to Regulating Corporate Governance
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It is responsible for issues like what responsibilities and mandate executives and boards have, how executives and boards are chosen, whether shareholders and stakeholders have rights to get involved in some types of corporate decisions through participating in voting and if they have, what form they take.
Valuation Under SFAS 141R
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This statement of SFAR 141 was put into effect on January, 2009 by the financial accounting standards board following the discussions held in December 2007. It affects any company that follows the generally accepted accounting standards (GAAP) in its financial statements, which is contemplating an acquisition or a merger, or has done so in the recent past (Alfred, 2006).
Discontinuing Operations Case Study
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As in the case of extra ordinary items, this segregation makes the reported information more useful for analysis. To qualify for treatment as discontinued operations, the assets, results of operations, and investing and financing activities of a business segment must be separable from those of the firm.
Public Sector Accounting
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The main difference between public and private sectors is management and control. Whereas public sector is controlled and managed by the government, private sector is controlled and managed by private sector and individuals. Many differences emanate from the mode of control and management exhibited in these two forms of business entities.
Public Sector Budgeting
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It has always been realized that so many regulations normally impede the process of execution of the budget. While much of the red tape is basically intended to bring order and ensure accountability, too many regulations have been seen to impede the execution of the budget to the extent that intervention measures become imperative.
Multi National Corporations (MNCs) must Carefully Weigh their Options in Deciding on an International Expansion Strategy
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Such organizations derive a part of its total revenue from the business functions prevailing outside its home country. Moreover, a multinational corporation is often described as an enterprise that handles the production and delivers its services in over one nation.
Manufacturing Budget Analysis
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However, the mechanism has also been noted to impose significant pressure on the executors of the process in terms of complexities and workload (Rajasekaran & Lalitha, 2010). Based on these aspects, a few definite problems can be identified to exist in the BCS of Ferguson & Son Manufacturing Company owing to the execution of monthly budget assessment.
Guillermo Furniture Store Concepts
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Current Scenario In the wake of globalization and due to philosophy of comparative advantage ruling the roost, Guillermo’s existence has been threatened by one of the overseas manufacturer and marketer ever since it has entered into Mexico. The competitor has been selling the products at competitive prices, which Guillermo is unable to match as that is evident from the text “a high-tech approach, this foreign competition provided furniture to exact specifications and did so with rock-bottom prices” (Guillermo’s Case).
Non-current assets
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It is depreciated so that the amount depreciable can be distributed on a systematic basis over the life cycle. IAS 38 was first released on September, 1998. The standard was revised and re-released in March, 2004. Subsequent amendments were made on the accounting standard on May, 2009.
Fundamentals of finance
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Company summary IITV plc is a media company based in the United Kingdom and cover new, broadcasting and production. The company owns all of the three regional channel licenses in Wales and England. ITV owns ITV1 and ITV2 and has partial interest in GMTV. ITV began its broadcasting in 1955 following the Television Act of 1954 which made commercial television possible in the United Kingdom.
In this age of globalisation, while it is absolutely necessary for large listed companies in different countries to prepare fina
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Cost accounting is the precursor to management accounting. Cost accounting has been developed because of the limitations of financial accounting in the areas of management control and internal reporting. Management accounting refers to managerial processes and techniques used for adding value to the businesses.
Impact of Financial crises in the real estate investment sector of UAE ( UAE is a country which is United Arab Emirates)
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The administrations of various countries have taken and continue to adopt unseen, significant actions, but we need to watch and wait for the results. Moreover, real estate investment is an essential contributor to household welfare, urban development, and growth of an economy.
STOCK EVALUATION
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The company specializes in animal and human micro molecule vaccines and medicines along with a range of diversified consumer healthcare and nutritional products. Its products are targeted for a wide range of conditions including oncology, cardiovascular and metabolic diseases, immunology, pain and neuroscience, cholesterol, anti-fungus, etc.
Games Workshop Group Plc.
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Games Workshop Group Plc.. Return on Equity (ROE) Return on equity is a profitability measure which indicates how much profit the company has generates on the capital invested by the shareholders. It can be computed as net profit to shareholders’ equity.
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