• Men in Early Years
    This research project explores men working in early years and how society’s stereotypical assumptions may limit their role and job opportunities. In today’s modern world with media a central focus, it is hard for parents to ignore news stories involving men working with young children in care and education...
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  • Bpo Employees
    tolerate. In this research I have tried to find out a relation between the BPO culture and the stress that employees stand; through the means of 2 questionnaires that were made to fill by the various BPO employees randomly. The research made me reach the conclusion by means of various statistical analyses...
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  • Quality of Work Life
    Research Proposal Quality of work life among women employees in Indian IT sector Submitted by, Bibin J Poovathany ...
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  • Work Performance Based on Gender Differences as Perceived by Procurement Heads of Selected Companies in Metro Manila for the School Year 2010-2011
    we can say that the workforce is evenly divided for men and women. Even in the past, men are commonly assigned to do physical works such as production, maintenance, operations, and the like because of their strength and agility. Women are often employed in clerical administrative and office works...
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  • Does Level of Education Interfere with Marital Adjustment among Females? (University Students’ Perception Based Survey)
    CHAPTER VI 55 Summary 55 Discussion 57 Conclusion 59 Suggestions and Recommendations 60 References 61 Appendix i Questionnaire i Demographic Form i Marital Adjustment Questionnaire i List of Tables Sr # Table Page # 1. Table 1 showing demographic information of the respondents...
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  • Sports Psychology
    athletes between the ages of 18-21? Abstract A psychology questionnaire for 99 participants, 96 athletes and 3 coaches to find out whether a male coach motivates females athletes differently to male athletes between the ages of 18-21. The questionnaire was taken place in a spacious area and was conducted...
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  • Ethical Preception
    200. A sample in number of 90 were randomly chosen. Research method was descriptive in type of correlation method. In order to collect data, a questionnaire consisting of 58 questions in 4 parts was used. For analyzing research data in descriptive and inference statistical level, Statistical Package...
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  • “Gender in Relation to Leadership Styles in Our Organization”
    a days, increasingly rely on collaborative work groups and teams to help them succeed. Typically, these groups are diverse, compromised of men and women from different cultural, ethnic and educational backgrounds. Work group diversity is an asset that promotes innovation and helps organizations to...
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  • Influence of Women on Buying Behaviour of Men
    RESEARCH REPORT TOPIC: TO ASSESS THE INFLUENCE OF WOMEN ON THE BUYING BEHAVIOUR OF MEN. YEAR: 2011 TOPIC: INFLUENCE OF WOMEN ON THE BUYING BEHAVIOUR OF MEN. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT “ A MAN ATTAINS PERFECTION WHEN HIS WORK IS WORSHIP OF GOD.” We would like to give our hearty thanks to our research...
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  • Evaluation Study of Passengers’ Satisfaction Level on Services Offered by Three Motor Boat Lines Along the River Chindwin
    measuring service quality especially for service providing organizations, SERQUAL instrument has emerged as perhaps the most popular standardized questionnaire to measure service quality over the past decade. Aiming to make clients loyal, companies have made every effort to meet their needs first...
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  • Asfhkjslkk;dlsks,,v;lds;c;sd;;
    body achieves it‟s peak bone mass( strength) between the age of 25 – 30 years, and it does a pretty good job of keeping bone mass at it‟s peak by working a precise balance between resorption ( the removal of old bone) and re-modelling ( formation of new bone). There are a number of hormones that are...
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  • Cwin
    their child hood, out of which 127 thousands are involved in worst from of child labor and among them around 100 thousands are in different households working. According to ILO rapid Assessment on Child Domestic Labor 2001, there are more than 55000 children involved into domestic work in urban households...
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  • Impact of Advertisements to Consumers in Buying
    Methodology…………………………………………………………...7 Research Method………………………………………………………………….7 Instrumentation……………………………………………………………………7 Structured Questionnaire…………………………………………………………..7 Sample Questionnaire……………………………………………………………..8 Bibliography……………………………………………………………………………...10 CHAPTER ONE The Problem and Its Background ...
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  • working mothers
    benefits and the negatives of the mother who works either due to financial need or her own desire to do so.   Such concerns are whether or not having a working mother negatively affects the children emotionally and/or academically.   This paper will explore how maternal employment affects of the child as well...
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  • International Labour Organization
    presentation of material therein do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the International Labour Office concerning the legal status of any country, area or territory or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers. Reference to names of firms and commercial...
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  • Organizational Justice
    equations. Analyses of smoking status were based on data provided by 34 021 employees. Separate models for heavy smoking ( 20 cigarettes/day) were calculated for 6295 current smokers. Results After adjustment for age, education, socioeconomic position, marital status, job contract and negative affectivity...
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  • Participation of Women in Travel Agency
    CHAPTER: I INTRODUCTION 1. 1 General Backgrounds Women carry a historical burden of inequality all over the world in every aspect of their life. In Nepal, women’s participation in the economic, social and political sector is very poor. This is due to poor economic condition and the low literacy...
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  • Operational Risk
    Central Social Welfare Board Ministry of Women & Child Development, Govt. of India Dr. Durgabai Deshmukh Samaj Kalyan Bhawan, B-12, Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi-110603 No. 6-2/2011/Coord. New Delhi Dated: 14.06.2012 EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR EVALUATION The Central Social Welfare Board...
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  • English
    Do women seek humorousness in men because it signals intelligence? A Cross-cultural test Partners seek humorousness in a mate because research have shown that is a trait of intelligences. Whether or not humor is used as a marker for intelligence in mate selection, either a mate with similar intelligence...
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  • Consumer Buying Behavior
    answering the following questions: 1. What is the profile of the consumer in terms of: 2.1. Gender 2.2. Age 2.3. Marital Status 2.4. Religion 2. What is the consumer’s buying behavior towards food consumption in relation to: 3.5. Nutritional Value of Foods ...
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