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    Ethics at work across borders An American businessman was transferred to Italy from the home office in Connecticut. On his first assignment, on a worm July day, he accompanied a shipment of several trucks loaded with butter from Switzerland to the company’s plant in Milan. When the trucks reach
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  • A Comparison of Offline and Online Travel Companies
    E-business According to Pavic et al (2007) today’s economic environment is the most tumultuous ever encountered by organisations and is dominated by three powerful influences-globalisation, organisational structure and the information revolution (Hamilton, 2002). This information revolution is co
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  • How Employees Can Be Motivated to Higher Levels of Performance by Better Compensation Packages
    According to history, the notion of compensation for work pre-dates to sometime between 10,000 BC and 1,000 BC during the Neolithic Revolution (Wikipedia). Back then, salt was used as payment till around 560 BC when coins came into circulation and money was invented (Wikipeida). Money became widely
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  • Indian Legal Environment for Foreign Companies
    Introduction A country that has had over 5000 years of civilisation, whose culture is synthesis of many different cultures; a country which has a very complex social structure and has diversity more than any other country in the world. India. From the last decade, as the cycle of progress and pro
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  • Factors Involved in Motivating Employees
    Executive Summary This study was conducted to determine the factors which motivate workers. It was limited to the perceptions of the full-time employees randomly selected by surveyconsole.com. A two-page questionnaire was administered to collect primary data. The collected data was analyzed an
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  • Legislation to Reduce Work Force Deaths
    Over the past one hundred years there has been an amazing decrease in work related fatalities in all of the major industry divisions. Mining, Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, Construction, Transportation, Communications, and Public utilities have all seen decreases of around fifty percent just since
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  • The Impact of Information Systems on Business Process Design (or Redesign), Managerial Roles, and the Changing World of Work
    Abstract Business Process design and reengineering is a radical shift in an organization’s strategic thinking and approach towards institutionalization of better and efficient systems and processes. Effective business process results in enhanced productivity levels. One of the many benefits of
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  • Muscular Dystorphy and Exercise
    Exercise and Muscular Weakness 2 Abstract Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy is the most severe form of Muscular Dystrophy. It affects male children between the ages of 2 through 6 and is most prevalent to those who meat these criteria. 36 total subjects will be used in this research; 16 patients that
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  • Color Scheme and the Work Place
    Color Scheme and Work Productivity 1 Running Head: Color Scheme and Work Productivity Color Scheme and Work Productivity How Does the Color Scheme of a Building Affect Work Productivity Introductory Psychology Research Paper Using APA Style Jessica N. Russell Milwaukee Area Te
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  • Ethics in the Work Place
    Ethics in the work place Team A University of Phoenix GEN-300 SKILLS FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Sarita Reynolds April 12, 2008 Ethics in the work place In the workplace ethics increases the chance for more positive results. Honesty is a trait that is learned and when
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  • The Relationship Between Work Stress and Performacne Among Accountants
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  • Will a Shorter Work Week Lead to More Productivity
    Abstract America has been a front runner in the labor market for so many years. Unfortunately that is not the case in most recent years. America’s labor market has been downsizing while on the contrary, other countries labor market has been increasing. One economy that has been thriving is in
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  • Work Place Stress
    INTRODUCTION There are many definitions of stress, in the Oxford advanced learners dictionary of current English by A S Hornby it is defined as pressures; condition causing hardship, disquiet, etc. An upheaval in a situation that a person is emotionally attached to would cause a person to become
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  • Employees Are More Important Than Customers
    Introduction: Regardless of one’s background, it is difficult to prioritise between employees and customers in the services arena. Both parties prove vitally important in the business operations of a service provider; however this document strives to explore both ends of the debate, that is, th
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  • Analysis of the General Environement of Bakhresa Group of Companies
    SYNOPSIS This report looks at the market forces involved in the influence of the Bakhresa Group of Companies expansion in the East African region and beyond. The report considers the position of the company in relation to its environment at this current time and offers possible solutions to its g
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  • The Trophy Life You Think Donald Trump's Hit Reality Show Is a Circus? Spend a Few Weeks Watching Him Work.
    By Daniel Roth Reporter Associates Jenny Mero and Helen Kim April 19, 2004 (FORTUNE Magazine) – Donald Trump is not a great promoter. He has explained that to me a number of times already. "See, I don't view myself as a good promoter," he said during a five-hour flight from New York to Los Ang
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  • Compliance of Segment Reporting by Bursa Malaysia Main Board Companies
    CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION In the 1960s and 1970s, there was criticism of the accounting practices in developed countries such as the United Kingdom and the United States for not keeping abreast with business activities, which have moved from one business and one geographical segment operations prod
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  • Stress in the Work Place
    Stress is defined as a specific response by the body to a stimulus, which disturbs or interferes with the normal physiological stability of a human. Stress in the workplace is caused by many factors, whether it be internal or external factors. Internal stress is stress you can prevent or eliminate
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  • What Motivates Employees, Personal Drive or Incentives
    Running head: WHAT MOTIVATES EMPLOYEES? What Motivates Employees: Personal Drive or Incentives? Abstract This essay analyzes the similarities and differences between incentives and motivation. Various incentive programs are discussed such as employee s
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  • Plan for Attracting and Retaining Top Employees
    Plan for Attracting and Retaining Top Employees Final Project HR 400-01 This is a plan for attracting and retaining top employees for the restaurant field. This plan will outline everything that is necessary from recruitment sources, pre-recruitment, interviewing prepara
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