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Recruitments for the Hospitality Industry - Recruitments are important in the hospitality industry. It is mean the recruitment can apply in lots of hospitality industry workplace. Such as, theme park, airline, cruise ship, shopping mall and hotels. For example, every hotel has human resource office. Human resource manager have response for recruiting employees. All of them know that a good employee can bring lots of benefit and make customers have a good impression. Good employee can give more hands to other stuffs to make them work easily....   [tags: workplace, human, resources, position] 601 words
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The Relationship Between Homelessness in Australia and Rising Cases of Health Issues - The research will adopt a qualitative approach in an attempt to connect the relationship between homelessness in Australia and rising cases of health issues. In this research, an attempt will be made to assess the special needs of homeless people in order to recommend the best ways of providing health care for them. A qualitative research is justified in this attempt since the researcher will only access a few respondents but will have enough time to do an in depth interview with some of them (Morse, 1994, p 26)....   [tags: Health Care ]
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Discuss how cognitive research into context-dependent memory might be applied to improve our memory in everyday life - Empirical studies on context-dependent memory date back to Carr Harvey (as cited in Smith & Vela, 2001). Memory is context-dependent, when contextual cues affect remembering (Morris & Gruneberg, 1994). Context-dependent memory implies that contextual information is stored along with the target information. Findings from the research (Godden & Baddeley, 1975; Smith, Glenberg, & Bjork, 1978) indicate that context change alters memorization and recall processes. According to Tulving (1973) the usage of contextual cues can improve the retrieval processes....   [tags: Empirical Studies, Memory, Contextua Clues]
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Different Ways Industries Affect Cities: How Heinz Has Impacted Pittsburgh - I-Search My topic is Heinz Ketchup. As some of you may know I have a strong connection to Pittsburgh. During my most recent trip to Pittsburgh I realized that I didn’t know much about Pittsburgh besides sports. I thought a great way to learn more about Pittsburgh would be to do a Pittsburgh related I-Search project. Initially I was going to write a paper and title it The History of Pittsburgh, but people told me that it was a bad idea and that it would be 700 pages if I wrote it thoroughly. Then I decided to do my report on the industries of Pittsburgh, and since Mrs....   [tags: office space, search, ketchup]
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White Feather Corporation’s College Recruitment Program - White Feather Corporation’s College Recruitment Program White Feather Corporation (WFC) is a consumer products company that employs approximately 3,400 that has developed a college recruitment strategy. WFC human resources (HR) department determined that there was a need for 40 new college graduate hires. Marianne Collins a ten year employee of WFC was promoted to the human resources department and tasked with beginning the new college graduate recruitment effort. The first year that recruiting efforts were completed on campuses, resulted in dismal results that only met 37.5% of the college hiring goal or fifteen of forty needed employees....   [tags: Business Management ]
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Tourism ad Decision Making - Methods This study is based on empirical-analytical, which allows for a more comprehensive comparison between the large and small scale of tourism in relation of decision making. The reasoning behind choosing the approach is because the research depict the perspective of the residents to find if the scale of tourism is relevant in decision making. The study will be qualitative and quantitative because it gives a bigger umbrella to try to answer the interrogative of the research. However, the research will be more qualitative because it provides more insight of the issue in the lenses of the locals....   [tags: empirical-analytical, comparison]
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The Affect of Divorce on the Family and the Children - Since the divorce is a common issue that every society suffer from, especially recently, there are many studies about it and its effects on family members. A lot of studies that processed the effects of divorce on children within different ages. Many studies were in the USA, and recently there has been many researches in CGG countries too. The first study conducted on a sample of Saudi society. This study purposed was to define the effects of divorce on children with different ages. He found out that children at the age of 3-5 are affected by the divorce more than anyone in the family....   [tags: research, expectation, behavior] 892 words
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Telephone Follow-Up After Treatment for Breast Cancer - Telephone Follow-Up After Treatment for Breast Cancer: Views and Experiences of Patients and Specialist Breast Care Nurses Identifying the Phenomenon This essay focuses on the views of patients and specialist breast care nurses (BCN) on telephone follow-up after treatment for breast cancer. The problem in this article is whether or not the telephone follow-up is an effective alternate form of follow-up treatment for breast cancer patients compared to routine hospital appointment follow-ups. This phenomenon is a continuation of broader research previously carried out on the subject....   [tags: Nursing Essays]
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Different Aspects and Applications of Impression Management - Every day people conscientiously or unconsciously participate in impression management. Impression management can be described as a way for individuals to do things that will impact the way other individuals perceive them, an event, an object, or another person. This is often used to create positive images and can involve social, cultural, and spiritual implications. Erving Goffman calls this the “presentation of the self” because often impression management is viewed as a theoretical performance....   [tags: presentation of the self] 1628 words
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Psychologically Vulnerable Group of People - When it comes to looking at children in the criminal justice system, they could very easily be considered vulnerable, particularly as witnesses. This is most apparent during the process of giving evidence. Lamb (1999) identified factors that can affect the quality and subsequent understanding of a child’s input. One of the factors stated that children are most likely to be psychologically vulnerable in interviews. This is because interviewers are more prone to using language that a child would find difficult to discern because their speech and language skills aren’t as developed as an adults would be....   [tags: criminal justice system, witnesses, childs]
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Comprehensive Incendiary Investigation - After looking at the five steps in comprehensive incendiary investigation it looks like a form of scientific method used in many other areas of fire investigation. The five steps are fire scene investigation, assessment of investigative needs, formulation and evaluation of a strategy, implementation of strategic plan and presentation of formal investigation. The five steps, like the scientific method, they have a beginning, middle and end. After I go over the five steps then I will identify the methodology in securing the interview, identify the interviews I will need and I will list some question....   [tags: Law Enforcement]
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What are Elicit Requirements? - Eliciting requirements sounds like the easiest task in the world. Ask questions to users or the business and get the requirements. In the real world this process is one of the most difficult parts of the project. If the requirements are not fully understood, it will create issues in your analysis and decrease your chances of efficiency and success. If you can properly elecit, verify, and validate the requirements, you will lay the foundation for an effective project. The phrase "gather requirements" does not express the real mission of the IT project requirements....   [tags: consolidation, verification, validation]
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Human Resource Management of Zappos.com - Human Resource Management of Zappos.com Introduction Human Resource management has a high impact on the overall organization being managed. HR management makes certain that human talent is used successfully and resourcefully to accomplish organizational goals. As an organization core competency, human resources has distinctive competencies that generates high value and sets apart an organization from competitors in areas such as productivity, quality and service, employee skills, and innovative changes....   [tags: Human Resource Management ]
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Mental Illness and its Treatment - Mental illness and its treatment is an issue that has been thought and rethought by learned circles over the past two centuries. Unfortunately there is still a great sense of stigma surrounding the issue, perpetuated by mass media(Stout, Jorge Villegas, and Nancy A Jennings 2004, 543) . In this essay, the ways in which mental illness is essentialised and stigmatised by the media will be discussed, using examples from the media with two main examples from two different countries, these being: one of the interviews with Charlie Sheen that took place early in 2011(ABCNews 2011) and footage from a current affairs program in Australia on Australian New’s anchor Charmaine Dragun’s fight with...   [tags: Stigma, Australia, US]
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Mockery Makes Maher Macho - The likelihood that one will reach the last days of the Book of Revelations and face an eternity in a place beyond the earth is a question only God can answer. The mockumentary Religulous, starring Bill Maher, attempts to tackle theological questions that go beyond Maher’s understanding while also trying to strengthen his comedic ethos in the process. The thesis of this film directly reflects Maher’s atheist beliefs, that if civilization continues to accept religion without doubt it should also be ready to accept all the prophecies of that religion including the end of times....   [tags: Mockumentary, Religion, God, Bible]
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If I Were in Charge - I work for a large global IT company that employs about 325,000 individuals worldwide. The hiring process is cumbersome at best; it can take up to six months to get an open position filled. The human resources department has gone though a transformation; similar to a call center, a ticket is opened and a representative is randomly assigned to the hiring manager. Job descriptions are very general, and do not adequately describe the specific duties of a position. Over-booked HR representatives work with the hiring managers and do their best to understand the job requirements, and screen candidates....   [tags: Business Management ]
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Outsourcing Impact: A Research Study done in Kosovo - A combination of quantitative and qualitative methods was used for this research. Starting with interviews here and abroad, then surveys and up to attending a subject related event. We have conducted 8 personal interviews in total and have tried to grasp everyone`s opinion by asking both the people abroad that employ students in Kosovo and students who are employed by people abroad. Further, to make sure we covered everyone`s opinion and heard everyone`s story we also interviewed someone from the government, the head of SME agency to be more specific, then the product developer of Asseco-SEE, former Pronet a successful Kosovo based IT, a person who has the India outsourcing experience and t...   [tags: College, Students] 972 words
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Queen Rania of Jordan - The Middle East and the western world have maintained a delicately balanced relationship for decades, if not centuries. The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, a country officially established under heavy British influence in 1946, offers a prime example. Queen Rania of Jordan, however, works actively to strengthen relationships and breakdown dangerous stereotypes. While many see Muslim women as downtrodden and subjected, “The queen is widely admired in the U.S. and Europe, where she is known for her glamorous appearance and efforts to promote girls’ education and cross-cultural dialogue” (Buck)....   [tags: Hashemite royalty, King Hussein]
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The Customer Service of McDonald´s - ... McDonald’s has one of the best recruitment histories in hiring quality staff that provides that outstanding service to consumers. Some of the methods used to recruit and be able to select is through job centers, careers fairs and through advertising. They are extremely important for McDonald’s to use effective hiring material and send clear messages to those they are aiming to target. Ages 20 or under are the most common applicants McDonalds receives on a daily basis. And for most of them McDonalds is their first job experience....   [tags: hiring, staff, customer, service, skills] 1009 words
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Developing Friendships as a First Year Student - Introduction In recent years, qualitative analysis has became predominant in current research, with many qualitative approaches, various ways of analysis are used such as thematic, ground theory, conversational analysis (Howitt and Cramer, 2010). Even though quantitative analysis is able to assist researcher gain information such as how many friends a person has, qualitative analysis is able to provide participants to give opinions about friendships without it being limited to a single number. Holloway and Todres (2003, Cited in Braun and Clark, 2006) said that qualitative methods are diverse and that thematic analysis is a foundational method when it comes to undergraduates carrying out a q...   [tags: social networking websites]
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Chapter 3: Research Methodology - In chapters 1 and 2, I discussed the problem of successfully implementing computer technology for literacy instruction in the classroom, the need to study the importance of making technology an integral part of literacy education, and the theoretical frameworks of new literacies and constructivism. In this chapter, I will detail the research methodology and forms of data collection I have chosen to use to determine how this study can provide new research for the integration of computers in the classroom as it applies to current and future literacy instructional models....   [tags: Education]
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Discussing Widdicombe and Wooffitt's Suggestions in the Language of Youth Subcultures - ... (Widdicombe and Wooffitt, 1995) The punk subculture is a working class subculture and is said to be created from being resistant to the main cultural leadership. They portrayed this oppositional image within society by ripped clothing or hanging chains for example. Their image reflects them to be anti social and separated from society in general. ‘Rebellious’ and ‘Anti-establishment’ are key words the punks themselves used to describe what punk is all about from within the interviews.(Widdicombe and Wooffitt, 1995:187) Widdicombe and Wooffitt look at the subculture of punks and their resistance through ritual when approached in interview situations....   [tags: individualism, conformism]
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Sprout Program in Arrow Electronics - A vital factor in organizational structures is to have a strategy for training employees. Arrow Electronics, with their initial sprout program, targeted an audience with valid credentials, however, their failure was due to flaws in their planning. The training program can only function correctly if the recruiting process in place is efficient and reliable. The training program should provide clear goals for the employee and welcome feedback from them. Employees should be involved in decision making and recognized as a valuable resource for the company....   [tags: training, candidates, relationships] 1181 words
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Overview of the Family in the Mockumentary: Modern Family - ... Each family, when dissected, is built up on stereotypes to “mock” the dynamic. The “average” family that consist of Phil and Claire have typical jobs, Phil, who is a real estate rep, and Claire, a stay at home mom. Their three teenage children, Hailey, a typical high school girl obsessed with boys and strictly only concerned with her looks, the middle child, Alex, that is only focused on school and couldn’t be more opposite than Hailey, and youngest and only son, Luke that is struggling to fit in with the family being the only son....   [tags: Tv, Series, Gay] 1101 words
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Film Analysis: Roman Holiday - If a person chooses duty over someone they love, does that mean that they did not really love them. This question is posed in people’s lives all the time. Movies and books have taken on this difficult question and given us different scenarios and conclusions to choose from. One of the better movies that takes on this dilemma and solves it in such a way that everyone can connect to it even if the roles are different is Roman Holiday. The two main characters both have their duty. The one a duty to their country and family; the other a duty to their job....   [tags: Film Analysis ] 1009 words
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A Critical Review of Putwain, D. W. (2011) - Putwain (2011) conducted a study that focused on the examination stress experienced by secondary students preparing for their General Certificate of Secondary Education Examinations. This research aimed at understanding the subjectivity of examination stress in students preparing for their GCSE examination and was specifically interested in four key factors identified by Denscombe (2000) and Putwain (2009), namely: aspirations, importance of GCSEs, self-worth and pressures from others. In addition, it also explored the gendered nature of examination stress mentioned by Jackson (2006)....   [tags: Education] 1184 words
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Library User´s Perspective Regarding Library Usage - The main purpose of the first question was to learn about the experience of the participants in their roles as library users. The recruitment aimed to select participants who had used such types of services so that they would be able to share their opinions about these. The second question was often asked when the participant had already answered the first one and follow up questions. It was designed to discover non-technical aspects that were not discussed earlier in the interview. The third question was intended to gather information in the case in which the participants answered “no”....   [tags: Research, Library]
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Bipolar Disorder: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment - Contents Introduction 1 Questions: Asked when conducting an interview 1 Answers: received from the interviewees 2 Interview 1 2 Interview 2 2 Interview 3 2 Interview 4 3 Symptoms 3 Treatment 3 Causes of bipolar 4 Genes 4 Environmental Factors in Bipolar Disorder 4 Bibliography 6   Introduction Bipolar disorder can be conceptualized as parallel dysfunction in emotion-processing and emotion-regulation circuits, together with an “overactive” reward-processing circuitry, resulting in characteristic behavioral abnormalities associated with bipolar disorder: emotional lability, emotional dysregulation, and heightened reward sensitivity (Bressert, 2006)....   [tags: mental disorders, depression/elation altnernating]
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Riordan Manufacturing HR System: Architecting and implementing a more sophisticated, state-of-the-art Information System - Riordan Manufacturing HR System: Architecting and implementing a more sophisticated, state-of-the-art Information System PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION Interaction with Managers and Users Before beginning a preliminary investigation, a memo or an e-mail message would be sent out to managers and employees to know about the investigation and explain my role as a systems analyst. I would meet with key managers, users, and IT staff to describe the project, explain my responsibilities, answer questions, and invite comments....   [tags: HR System Business] 1539 words
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Taking a Look at Prostitution - “I will in the back parts of my mind, to drag out the stuff that scares me, that blocks me, that still make wonder, if I am still nothing but an object finding how to please others. The role of prostitution is never is to please without thought, to please without emotions, to please without knowing a past, and please without having pain. A prostitute is never as real as a human, she can never have the right to feel, have dreams, to know a past or have a future” (Mott). I don’t feel like prostitution should be legalized because it encourages human trafficking....   [tags: the oldest profession in the world] 721 words
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Discover the Intricacies of Agoraphobia - Among the many diseases in this world, some of the most interesting and least understood are illnesses of the mind. One aliment in particular, Agoraphobia, is of particular interest to me as it affects many of my family members in ways both subtle and drastic, and I cannot help but wonder if I too will fall victim to it. I know from previous knowledge that this particular ailment is a mental one, though I have witnessed it causing drastic physical symptoms, and that it generally involves a fear of leaving home for an open, public place....   [tags: Mental Illness ]
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Knowing When to Help with an Intervention - The complexity of intervention and how intervention work together to give the social worker the cues to combine both. To estimate how the client is progressing or regressing knowing when a client is giving a cue to intervene or simply just too silently listen. These techniques are necessary to help not only the client but also the social worker during an interview. Intervention is a sense of coming together to make a change or change the course of something. To help process intervention in the appropriate sense takes planning and preparing for the interview, creating and establishing a relationship with the client....   [tags: social worker, empathy, behavior] 638 words
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Recruitment and Selection Process in Southwood School - CONTENTS SYNOPSIS 2 CASE ANALYSIS 2 RECOMMENDATION 2 BIBLIOGRAPHY 2   SYNOPSIS This case study is regarding the recruitment and selection process of the Southwood School. They focus on particular recruitment method: to advertise all teaching positions in a specialist newspaper publication called TES (Times Educational Supplement). In this publication basic advertisements were placed one time, and interested candidates were instructed to contact the school to ask for an application package which comprises all the required documents in detail to help out the candidates....   [tags: Human Resources, Cognitive Ability]
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B.A.T.A.M: An Ethnographic Film Produced by Johan Lindquist - “B.A.T.A.M” is an ethnographic film produced by Johan Lindquist. It presents stories of two women who live on the Indonesian island of Batam. Wati, one of the major participants of the interview is a young female factory worker. Another major participant, Dewi, who came from Java and used to work in an electronic factory, is currently working as a prostitute. The film primarily shows how the “multinational capitalism and migration interact in the shadowlands of globalization”. In my analysis, I will mainly dress on the critique of the film in terms of both the quality and the ethical aspects of the film as an ethnographical film....   [tags: social practices, group of people] 1173 words
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American Rapper: Messages from Lupe Fiasco - Wasalu Muhammad Jaco, or better know as Lupe Fiasco, is a Chicago born American rapper. Fiasco was first recognized when he debuted his first album in 2006 called Food & Liquor. Shortly after its release, the album made its way to Billboard’s Top 10 albums. “Critics hailed the rapper as the savior of the genre on the strength of tracks…” (Rolling Stone) and gave him great reviews for his sensible subject matter and compelling story telling. This album earned the rapper three Grammy nominations including Best Rap Album....   [tags: music, strange fruit, racism]
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Teacher Selection, Supervision, and Evaluation - Personnel selection, supervision, and evaluation are significant factors in employing the right person for the right job. Teachers are no exception. In fact, the task of hiring quality teachers is vast given the implication that a school must adhere to the decision permanently with little recourse to alter the choice of the selected candidate. While discovering a perfect formula would be ideal, many variables exist in each process. While every school aspires to hire top educators, efficiently supervise teachers, and effectively evaluate them, obstacles can impede success when high-quality teachers are not in the classroom, which negatively impacts student achievement....   [tags: Education, teaching]
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Developing GT - The main study: Developing GT The researcher continued following the GTM to achieve the objectives of the research. After conducting the initial study, getting the initial GT results and making a quick matching between them and the prior theories. The researcher returned to filed work to conduct the main study by carrying out face-to-face semi-structured recorded interviews with the three groups: managers, staff and chartered accountants. According to GTM, the researcher began his study without any preconceptions or hypotheses, but he started from the real world through unstructured interviews to collection of the raw data; and analysis them directly and he continued to generate and build a...   [tags: Business Management] 2143 words
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Why Should We Study Sociology? - We should study Sociology because it can affect all aspects of our lives, each and every day and learn valuable lessons from the studies and improve our living. We can use Sociology change our lives today, so that tomorrow will be better for ourselves, children, and so on. Not only is Sociology good for our lives as a person, but it is useful to our neighbors, co-workers, government, state, country and in fact, the entire world benefits from the study of human behavior. Once a person has studied Sociology, they can consider and appreciate other human's perspectives instead of believing that your own perspective is the only answer....   [tags: Sociology Essays] 1825 words
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Literature Review of 5 Articles - Literature Review of 5 articles Based on secondary research of articles that our group had conducted, it led us to the problem statement that quality does not meet price. We accumulated five significant articles and utilized its information in order to generate the problem statement. What we noticed is that there were a lot of articles regarding quality issues related to Sony laptops. This made us question the high prices of Sony's offerings. The first article, entitled “Sony shares drop after VAIO recall," from the New York Times talked about the consequence of the 438,000 units of VAIO TZ laptops that were recalled last year....   [tags: Article Review] 1466 words
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Qualitative Data Collection - Qualitative Research Methods: A Data Collector’s Field Guide (Mack et al 2005) present practical information on qualitative data collection methods. I found this guide very informative, easy to understand, plain and easy to use for collecting data in qualitative research in the field. This guide provides step by step instructions to conduct qualitative research by choosing the most suitable method for that particular situation. This guide enabled me to successfully conduct my interview assignment for qualitative research course....   [tags: Sociology]
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Will the Real Lupe Garza Please Stand Up? - An ethical dilemma is defined as a moral issue, where a situation has two equivalent undesirable alternatives and neither choice will resolve the ethical predicament. Lupe Garza, mother of two children, is a temporary employee at a plant. Garza is an excellent and talented worker, and supervisors have taken notice in her skills. A human resource specialist named Sara Jones, mislead Garza in thinking she would unquestionably obtain a permanent job position at the plant, causing Garza to turn down another job opportunity....   [tags: Ethics Case Study]
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Data Collection Method and Analysis - In order to provide the Australia Park Victoria with the appropriate data to solve its current crisis, the most appropriate method of data collection for this research is the qualitative method. According to Gay and Airasian (p 627) qualitative method is the collection of extensive data on various variables over a long time in a natural setting with an aim of acquiring insights not possible using other methods. It involves three different kinds of information collection: direct observation, in depth and open-ended interviews and written documents....   [tags: Research Methods]
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Effective Recruitment Interviewing - Effective recruitment interviewing It is essential in the first instance to outline our terms of reference. Specifically, what do we mean by effective recruitment interviewing. It can be posited that the effectiveness of an interview process lies in its ability to identify those candidates who most closely match the requirements of the post applied for. Innumerable recruitment decisions have been made on the basis of interpersonal chemistry between interviewer and candidate; some of these decisions will be successful, others will result in the failure of an unsuitable candidate....   [tags: Interviewing Strategy Human Resource Recruitment] 1701 words
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Communication in Nursing - “Communication is the heart of nursing… your ability to use your growing knowledge and yourself as an instrument of care and caring and compassion” (Koerner, 2010, as cited in Balzer-Riley, 2012, p. 2). The knowledge base which Koerner is referring to includes important concepts such as communication, assertiveness, responsibility and caring (Balzer-Riley, 2012). Furthermore, communication is complex. It includes communication with patients, patient families, doctors, co-workers, nurse managers and many others....   [tags: caring, compassion, modern health care]
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The Role of Research in Academic and Business Life of Business to Business Marketing - The Role of Research in Academic and Business Life of Business to Business Marketing This assignment will investigate the role of research in the academic and business life of Business to Business Marketing. Somers () defines research as the study of a subject and its sources and investigating these in a systematic manner in order to find new conclusions (Somers, H. not dated). Business to Business (B2B) is a transaction which occurs between two companies, that is to say, the consumer is not involved in the transaction of a company....   [tags: B2B marketing Research Business] 1867 words
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Improving College Recruitment - Improving College Recruitment Program Recruitment is a serious issue for an organization and one that ought to be afforded a considerable amount of planning in order to successfully achieve desired outcomes. Recruitment is a costly process for an organization and poorly executed recruitment can result in selecting candidates that are not appropriate for the organization. A poorly executed recruitment can also reflect negatively on the organization’s reputation, which can cost the organization solid future candidates....   [tags: equal opportunities, recruiter, applicants]
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Interviewing Techniques - Interviewing Techniques The Interrogation Interview Interviewing Techniques, The Interrogation Interview Introduction We are going to look at the use of interviewing techniques by those who investigate. As a result of interviews conducted after accidents and criminal offenses, the interviewer must be able to analyze witness statements in order to translate witness observations into facts and create logic from confusion. The interviewer must have an understanding of those factors that affect witness reporting....   [tags: essays research papers] 1968 words
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Children's Health Research - The method behind this study was a retrospective, descriptive quantitative research project. It looked at overweight (OW) and obesity (OB) in children six to eleven years of age. The National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) from 1999 to 2008 was the database that the statistics for this study were derived from. Protection of Human Rights In the protection of human rights, the institutional review board (IRB) gave approval for this particular study. The sample of children involved in this study assented to and consent was obtained from their guardians through the NHANES staff members....   [tags: obesity, overweight, nutrition]
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Human Resource Information Systems - Introduction Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) can provide an organization a wide variety of functionalities that improve the productivity of the HR department while supporting the desires and requirements of the rest of the organization. However, organizations need to ensure that the costs associated with the HRIS is justified. Organizations spend on average $1,300.000 annually to maintain and administer HRIS and their portals (Gueutal, 2005). In a competitive market all project investments need to show positive return-on-investment (ROI) or the project risks not being funded....   [tags: productivity, human resource, regulations]
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Career Management in the 21st Century - The Necessity for Career Management in the 21st Century. Many people determine "what they want to be when they grow up" just as soon as they are able to talk, but the truth is, by the time they graduate high school, they change your mind at least five times. When a person first enter high school, their teachers and guidance counselors should explain what classes need to be taken in order to enter college. By the time one reaches their senior year, their career path(s) and a career outline that supports the path should be determined....   [tags: Essays Papers]
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Interviewing a Manager - ... It has also recently invested in a tidal electricity generation project (Nova Energy, 2014). Russell's position within the business is one of the top tiers of management within the company, he is a part of a team of five other managers and then he himself manages another management team of six, that run the Retail and Operations sector of Nova Energy. Findings Great responsibilities come with the role of National Retail Fields Operations Manager, it requires skills such as communication and leadership to move through day to day tasks....   [tags: skills, leadership, communication] 1572 words
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