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  • The employer-employee Relationship: A phenomenological Study of Retention and the Information Technology Worker In University of California data, I find evidence that observable background characteristics—particularly those describing the composition of the school, rather than the individual’s own background—are strong predictors of both SAT scores and collegiate performance, and that much of the SAT’s apparent predictive power derives from its association with these background characteristics.

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  • After reading this chapter, you will be able to answer the following questions: What are wage and hour laws? What are the rights of employees and obligations of employers under the Family and Medical Leave Act? What is FUTA? What are the rules regarding workers’ compensation? What is COBRA? What is ERISA? What is OSHA? What does it mean to be an “at-will” employee? What are the rights of employees and obligations of employers with regard to privacy in the workplace? What are the three major pieces of labor law legislation?

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  • The graphs below show the numbers of male and female workers in 1975 and 1995 in several employment sectors of the republic of Freedonia. Write a report for a university teacher describing the information shown. You should write at least 150

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  • And thus White Rabbit perfectly described the plight of the modern worker. Do you feel like him at times: always running here and there, never at ease, stomach in knots, frequently late? “You’re going to be late for your own funeral!” Ever had a coworker, family member, or friend toss that one at you? “But someday,” you think, “this will be different. I’ll be on time for appointments and with reports. I’ll get enough sleep and eat three squares a day. Everyone will be so impressed with my efficiency—my sparkling office and clear desk.

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  • Sooner or later it happens to even the most conscientious employers. No matter how carefully they hire workers, how many incentives they give for strong performance, or how diligently they try to create a positive and productive work environment, all businesses—large and small— may one day have to deal with a problem employee.

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  • Taylor knew that if he developed a better way for employees to produce more for the company, he could pass some of the increased reward to the employees. He was successful, and his employees earned more pay that led to better living conditions for the workers’families. Taylor clearly desired to meet the physical needs of his employees. However, Taylor fell short in two areas as he ignored the emotional and spiritual needs of the employees.

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  • Social changes in recent years mean a growing number of organisations recognise the importance of employing professional communicators. It is an area of increasing opportunity for young graduates. Perhaps more important is that no matter what career you embark on, employers are looking for workers who can communicate well. Right from the start in your chosen career, communication skills can make a vital difference, from your application and job interview, through to making the most of career advancement and opportunities.

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  • Education and training are particularly important in the current crisis. In times of recession, budget constraints (in government, households and businesses) tend to reduce expenditure on education and training. On the other hand, due to rising unemployment, demand for training increases. Support for education and training during the current crisis can help displaced workers find new job opportunities and can thus support the restructuring process.

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  • Medical Records The worker is assured access to his or her medical records maintained by their employers or by outside contractors. Medical records include: Medical and employment questionnaires or histories (including job description and occupational exposures). Results of medical examinations (pre-employment, pre-assignment, periodic or episodic) and laboratory tests (including X-ray examinations and all biological monitoring). Medical opinions, diagnoses, progress notes and recommendations. Descriptions of treatment and prescriptions. Employee medical complaints.

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  • Doing Business 2010: Reforming Through Difficult Times is the seventh in a series of annual reports investigating regulations that enhance business activity and those that constrain it. Doing Business presents quantitative indicators on business regulations and the protection of property rights that can be compared across 183 economies, from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, over time.

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  • The actual discrimination in the market place against a minority group depends on the combined discrimination of employers, workers, consum- ers, schools, and governments. The analysis shows that sometimes the environment greatly softens, while at other times it magnifies, the impact of a given amount of prejudice. For example, the discrepancy in wages be- tween equally productive blacks and whites, or women and men, would be much smaller than the degree of prejudice against blacks and women when many companies can efficiently specialize in employing mainly blacks or women....

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  • Moreover, the residential location choices of low-skilled workers are likely to be geographically constrained by zoning restrictions limiting the location and quantity of low-income housing. Such constraints may limit the ability of low-skilled workers to choose residential locations within reasonable public-transit commutes of important employment centers. In light of these considerations, it is not surprising that researchers have found large differences in employment rates between car-owners and non car-owners. ...

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  • Economic development professionals can use this strategic framework in a variety of different ways. As a first step, it is useful in mapping current regional economic development activities. In most regions, these activities are spread across a variety of different organizations. Leaders of these organizations often do not communicate effectively with each other. By listing each organization’s major focus and activities on the grid, important patterns and gaps emerge.

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  • Unions give a significant wage advantage to women. Women in unions earned an average $6.29 per hour more than those who were not part of a union. 8 This difference reflects factors other than union membership alone; union members are more likely to be older and more experienced, work in public services, for large firms, and be highly trained. 9 Belonging to a union brings further advantages such as health benefits and paid leave. Notably the unionized for childcare workers (predominately female) earn $5.31 per hour more than non-unionized childcare providers. ...

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  • It is fi ve years since the publication of the fourth edition, and the new century has proved a period of enormous change in the fi eld of occupational health. The importance of trying to reduce the costs of health care has led the government to continue to look closely at the need for prevention in respect of work - related disease, and to consider how occu- pational health cover might be extended to more workers, especially those in small and medium - sized enterprises. The Health and Safety Executive, which in the past tended to concentrate mainly...

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  • Expenditures on public transit operations (bus and train maintenance and driving) tend to create relatively large numbers of jobs. According to one study, money spent on public transport produces almost 9% more jobs than roadway repair and maintenance projects, and nearly 19% more jobs than new roadway projects, assuming half the transit funds are spent on new capital projects and half on operations (STPP 2004).

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  • Chapter 51 provides knowledge of employment law. After reading the material in this chapter, you should be able to: Identify and describe legislation protecting worker safety, health, and well-being; regulating wages and hours, pensions and benefits, and income security; and that governs unionized workforces; explain employment-at-will doctrine and its major exceptions.

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  • Chapter 51 - Employment law. After reading the material in this chapter, you should be able to: Identify and describe legislation protecting worker safety, health, and well-being; regulating wages and hours, pensions and benefits, and income security; and that governs unionized workforces; explain employment-at-will doctrine and its major exceptions.

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  • Eighth in a series of annual reports comparing business regulations in 183 economies, Doing Business 2011 measures regulations affecting 10 areas of everyday business activity: starting a business, dealing with construction permits, employing workers, registering property, getting credit, protecting investors, paying taxes, trading across borders, enforcing contracts, and closing a business. The report updates all 10 sets of indicators, ranks countries on their overall ease of doing business and analyzes reforms to business regulation- identifying which countries...

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  • As countries around the globe strive to meet the healthrelated Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) to improve child and maternal health and reduce mortality, overwhelming evidence has emerged indicating the effectiveness of community-based interventions as a platform to extend health care delivery and improve health outcomes. The crucial role that Community Health Workers (CHWs) can play in delivering these interventions is broadly recognized.

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