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Talent management in academia: performance systems and HRM policies Talent and performance management are becoming a key strategic HRM issue for universities. This study adds to our knowledge by critically examining recruitment and selection practices for junior and senior academic talent in the Netherlands. We identify three key dilemmas in talent and performance management for universities: (a) transparency versus autonomy, (b) power of HR versus power of academics, (c) equality versus homogeneity...

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Academia and Briefly Summarize

BAYLOR Indicate any special experiences, unusual factors or other information you feel would be helpful in evaluating you, including, but not limited to, education, employment, extracurricular activities, prevailing over adversity. You may expand upon but not repeat AMCAS application information. 2000 character limit. COLUMBIA 1. Please describe your parents’ occupations: (250 char.) 2. If your first and last name is often mispronounced, how do you pronounce it? (250 char.) 3. Have you...

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Academia and Text Matching Software

  Critically evaluate the use of text matching software as an aid to developing good scholarship practice Introduction Academic dishonesty such as plagiarism has been a major factor in education that has affected students’ success and academic achievements in recent years. Plagiarism according to Park (2003) is the act of appropriating or copying another person’s work and passing them on as one’s idea without acknowledging the original source. Park (2003)...

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Module 2 DQ1 and DQ2

materials. The evaluation component of information literacy includes considering the article's accuracy, objectivity, currency, authority, and relevance. Why is the skill of evaluation important for doctoral learners/researchers? In order to be an academia researcher into a particular field one must be able to gather and identify materials that are appropriate to what they are researching and what they are trying to prove or to disprove. It is imperative for the doctoral learner to be able to locate...

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an ideal emerged in Europe only in the 18th century, particularly with the Romantic movement. Plagiarism is considered academic dishonesty and a breach of journalistic ethics. It is subject to sanctions like expulsion. Plagiarism is not a crime per se but in academia and industry it is a serious ethical offense,[6][7] and cases of plagiarism can constitute copyright infringement. Etymology[edit] In the 1st century. the use of the Latin word plagiarius (literally kidnapper), to denote someone stealing someone...

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Long Term Effects of Academic Cheating

The article discusses cheating in academia including the numbers and statistics, the reasons and the strategies to prevent it. What striked me the most in this article is the long term effects of the unethical behavior. McCabe, Treviño, and Butterfield (1996) found a link in their studies between the cheating attitude in college and workplace. The direct correlation between unethical behavior at school and workplace was observed by Sims (1993) in a study conducted on 60 MBA students. His research...

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performance to date and academic potential, as well as a candidate’s potential contribution to society. There is an expectation that award holders will use their Cardiff University qualification to make a future contribution to society, the economy, academia or research. The selectors will therefore pay special attention to the information that you provide below in relation to these areas. Word count: 800 words maximum (approximately 150 words per section). Please attach a separate sheet if necessary...

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Ethical Issue (Historical Facts)

Researchers have investigated factors associated with college students and cheating that include personal and situational characteristics of this group of individuals, the influence of technological advances, and even influences from realms outside of academia. Many professionals in higher education argue that teaching students to behave in ethical ways and to develop core values that will influence lifelong decisions must become priorities. However, academic dishonesty is endemic in all levels of education...

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essay and correct any errors before you turn it in. 6. You will have a total of 50 minutes to complete your essay.  **************************************************************************** Essay Question: A “trigger,” in the context of academia, is any course material that initiates (or “triggers”) a stressful reaction in students who have survived a traumatic situation. Oberlin College recently instituted a “trigger-warning policy” for their faculty, which advised professors to “[u]nderstand...

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Being the Best, the Right Way

GaNeane E. Lewis US/101 August 11, 2013 Johannes Siemson Information within the business world is a priceless commodity. How one uses this information will determine your success or failure in the business arena. Information within the world of academia is valuable in a different sort of way. How one obtains and presents information will also determine your success or failure. I believe that the combination of my personal Ethical Lens, my strengths in researching and presenting and my facility in...

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