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  • Writing development, then, is not complete at the end of university or even post- graduate work. An individual who writes on the job as a professional, even if it is but a part of his or her work, is preoccupied with what the text says in relation to what the writer already knows. Scientific writers, for example, must know “what problems the discipline has addressed, what the discipline has learned, where it is going, who the major actors are, and how all these things contribute” to the writer’s own project (Bazerman, 1988).

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  • Gain a better understanding of how human resources impacts both individuals and organizations with this market-leading, practical text. Snell/Bohlander's popular MANAGING HUMAN RESOURCES, 16TH EDITION builds upon a foundation of research and theory with an inviting, practical framework that focuses on today's most critical HR issues and current practices. The book's engaging writing style and strong visual design use more than 500 memorable examples from a variety of real organizations to illustrate key points and connect concepts to current HR practice.

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  • We therefore come from widely differing backgrounds: foreign ministers, finance and planning officials, policymakers in agriculture, science, and technology. Many of the Commissioners are cabinet ministers and senior economists in their own nations, concerned largely with the affairs of those countries. As Commissioners, however, we were acting not in our national roles but as individuals; and as we worked, nationalism and the artificial divides between "industrialized" and "developing", between East and West, receded.

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  • The B2B Marketing community has been humbled by the recent recession. This economic crisis has forced marketers to operate with limited resources, while facing a need to produce a higher level of quality leads than ever before. Through budget cuts and increased expectations, the organizations that persevered were the ones who effectively applied the most efficient marketing tactics for every stage of the sales funnel, from lead generation to sales conversion, and then closed the loop with sound marketing analytics for continual improvement.

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  • The data we use to address these questions are taken from a large-scale matched worker-firm data set for Germany, the IAB Linked Employer-Employee data set (LIAB). This data set links the IAB-Establishment Panel with individual data for the entire population of workers from the Employment Statistics Register. Due to its administrative nature, one of the major advantages of this data set is that it offers very reliable information on individual daily wages inclusive of supplemental pay as long as such pay is subject to social security contributions.

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  • Estuarine Research, Monitoring, and Resource Protection is principally designed as a reference volume for estuarine and watershed scientists, resource managers, decision makers, and other professionals who deal with coastal zone issues. Information contained in this volume will be useful to individuals conducting either basic or applied research on estuaries. It will also be valuable to administrators engaged in coastal resource management programs.

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  • The ownership of insurers and the scope of their activities may also pose market challenges. While competition is arguably limited by the presence of few players, such as in the Irish insurance system, the existence of several players is not the only measure of market competitiveness. Mobility across insurers is low in many OECD countries. It is also sometimes challenging to establish incentives for “healthy” and equitable competition among PHI insurers, as they face incentives to concentrate on good risks, thereby failing to cover more vulnerable individuals.

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  • Potential negative consequences of early identification of cognitive impairment clearly exist. Labelling an individual as demented may affect his or her ability to obtain life or health insurance, and may influence attitudes towards the individual by health care professionals and others. The label of Alzheimer’s disease may cause prejudice and difficulty in gaining admission to some long-term facilities.

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  • General Practitioners are usually the first medical point of contact for elderly people, but some doctors may fail to diagnose alcohol misuse in a population where there are other urgent medical matters and some believe that it may be better for the individual to continue in their established pattern of drinking as altering it could be harmful. Elderly patients may show reluctance at disclosing their alcohol intake and relatives may wish to hide the evidence of the misuse of alcohol and deny the existence of the problem.

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  • In any system of innovation, the constituency of participating individuals plays a large role in determining its strengths and weaknesses. A fundamentally mobile resource, individuals are influenced by a complex nexus of factors prompting their movements. This book is a review of the literature on the topic and is designed as a

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  • A corporation can be viewed as a nexus of contracts designed to minimize contracting costs (Coase 1937). Parties contracting with the firm desire information both about the firm’s ability to satisfy the terms of contracts and the firm’s ultimate compliance with its contractual obligations. Financial accounting information supplies a key quantitative representation of individual corporations that supports a wide range of contractual relationships.

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  • Areas for Improvement: The audit assessment points to numerous areas for potential improvement. However, given its size, resources, and the fact that it is functioning reasonably well under the current model, the hypothetical organization chooses three main areas for development and improvement. The top priority, because it affects all others, is making sure that communications resources are a distinct budget line item in every grant proposal. The organization will also develop a communications strategy for the overall organization rather than only for specific projects.

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  • In any system of innovation, the constituency of participating individuals plays a large role in determining its strengths and weaknesses. A fundamentally mobile resource, individuals are influenced by a complex nexus of factors prompting their movements. This book is a review of the literature on the topic and is designed as a resource for anyone interested in analysing human mobility and the factors and policies through which it influences innovation.

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  • A critical aspect of board/staff relations is the authority of directors to give instructions and orders to staff members. Generally a board will deal directly only with the Executive Director. Other employees should receive direction from their supervisors or managers. Individual board members may only direct staff with the express permission of the board or, if appropriate, with the agreement of the Executive Director.

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  •  The purpose of Transition assessment resource manual is to identify a student’s strengths, preferences, interests,  and needs and then assimilate these findings into a rigorous school program complete with realistic postsecondary goals, a challenging course of study, practical real-life community experiences, extra-curricular activities, and paid work, as appropriate, for an individual student. 

     

     

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  • Lecture "Human resource management - Chapter 7: Recognizing employee contributions recognizing employee contributions with pay" presentation of content: Discuss the connection between incentive pay and employee performance, describe how organizations recognize individual performance,... Invite reference.

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  • This strategy provides a tool to support co-ordinated action to improve and expand quality nutrition programming in Somalia in a phased approach over the next three years. It is based on a logical framework and is therefore rooted in actions that if conducted produce results that ultimately mean outcomes are accomplished and the overall development goal is achieved. It is intended as an advocacy document for UN agencies and partners to donors.

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  • The main problems encountered with legal frameworks are that they are too weak or conflicting. Country experiences range from Albania, which would like to move towards the EU Water Framework Directive but currently has a legal system that has little in common with the EU; to Peru and Samoa, where national laws can conflict with traditional practices and customs. The main problems encountered with strategic planning, national policies, transboundary agreements and integrated water resources plans, are that they are non-existent or inadequate.

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  • Chapter 12 - Recognizing employee contributions with pay. After reading this chapter, you should be able to: Discuss how pay influences individual employees, and describe three theories that explain the effect of compensation on individuals; describe the fundamental pay programs for recognizing employees’ contributions to the organization’s success; list the advantages and disadvantages of the pay programs;...

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  • Critical thinking has been specifically identified by colleges and universities, as well as by many employ- ers, as a measure of how well an individual will perform at school and on the job. In fact, if you are apply- ing to college or graduate school, or for a job, chances are your critical thinking skills will be tested. Standardized exams, such as the SAT and ACT, have sections on critical thinking.

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