Read this article. What are other tools auditors can use to detect fraud in a company? 100 words
Research a recent article that discusses an issue involving the Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act and write a summary of the article. The article should be at least two to three pages in length. You can conduct the search on the Internet or in the Online Library. Read the article, and think about how the topic relate
Select ONE of the scenarios below and explain the best solution. Include comments related to ethical issues that may arise. Scenario 1 Specialty Automotive operates several manufacturing plants throughout the United States, all of which are unionized. Carol Smith, a devout Adventist, was hired six weeks ago to work at the
In 1-2 pages of content Identify and clearly define the relevant law, either defining a legal doctrine, provisions of a law, or elements of a specific cause of action. Apply facts from your situation to the applicable law, doctrine or cause of action studied. Clearly summarize lessons learned from the week as they apply to you
Please Discuss question below. Minimum 180 words Q.: On May 26, the trial examiner issued his Intermediate Report finding that the respondent (Sailers' Union) had not engaged in unfair union practices under Section 8(b) in their dispute with Samsoc. With respect to the unfair labor practices, the complaint alleged that the re
Please discuss question below. Minimum 150 words Q.: Worth H. Percivil, a mechanical engineer, was first employed by General Motors in 1947 and remained in their employment until he was discharged in 1973. At the time his employment was terminated, Percivil was head of GM's Mechanical Development Department. Percivil sued GM
Please discuss question below: Q.: Debra Roxberry supervised the dry-cleaning department for Robertson and Penn, Inc. (R&P), a private contractor to the U.S. government for laundry and dry-cleaning services at Fort Riley, Kansas. Willie Dawson was an employee of another private contractor to the U.S. government, which opera
Does the Immigration Reform and Control Act apply to your current (or most recent) employer? Explain. What are the consequences to an employer if it hires an unauthorized alien? In your opinion, why is this law important? Do you think the economy has a shortage of skilled workers? Please explain your thoughts fully.
Please answer the question and Discuss. Question: Palmer made a valid contract with Ames under which Ames was to sell Palmer's goods on commission from January 1 to June 30. Ames made satisfactory sales up to May 15 and was then about to close an unusually large order when Palmer suddenly and without notice revoked Ames's au
Please read question below and answer or discuss. Minimum 230 words QUESTION : H & R Block's tax filing services allow customers to obtain faster tax refunds than would otherwise occur by simply mailing the return to the Internal Revenue Service. For customers who want to obtain a faster refund, H&R Block arranges bank loans
Please read question below and answer or discuss. Minimum 230 words Question: Paul Stieger gave his Chevy Chase Bank credit card to a Ms. Garrett during a business trip. He told her to use the card only for a car rental and for hotel lodging. After Stieger returned from the trip, he found that Garrett had used his card for
Case Study: Repeated Violations, located in chapter nine on p. 190-191 in the READ section of Crisis Management in the new strategic landscape / Crandall, W., Parnell, J. & Spillan, J. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. (2010) In a narrative format, summarize the key facts and issues of the case in min of four hundred words. Update
Answer the questions in Scenario 1 and then select ONE of the other two Scenarios. It is not necessary to copy the case study into the paper. Label the beginning of each case study with the number you selected (e.g. Scenario 1). Cite your sources in APA format on a separate page Scenario 1: Bankruptcy Celia graduated from a
•What is competitive intelligence? Why is it important to the public affairs function?
Why a manager should, or should not, be considered a stakeholder?
Case Study 1 Erica contracted to purchase a giant 72" television from Hometown Electronics, a large retailer for appliances and electronics. Hometown agreed to deliver the television to Erica's home. On the way to Erica's house, the delivery truck, subcontracted by Hometown, was hit by another truck and all of the contents we
Select ONE of the scenarios below and explain the best solution. Include comments related to ethical issues that may arise. Scenario 1 Standard preprinted forms are frequently used by merchants to negotiate sales contracts. These standard forms usually contain terms that favor the drafter. An offerer (seller) who sends a
Read the case below and answer the questions that follow: As the young, newly appointed Senior Manager of a chemical plant, James learns that a team of internal auditors from his firm's home office will conduct an audit on his factory in two days. He prepares his staff as best he can. The day before the auditors arrive, five
Case Study 2 Ralphael and Mitch have general commitments from several people to invest in their exotic animal park. Mitch wants to form a limited partnership, but realizes that every limited partnership must have at least one general partner who manages the business and is subject to unlimited liability for the business and i
Relate your professional or personal experience in the business world as an employee or employer and an ethical issue you confronted that falls within the realm of employment law. For example, a student could write about his or her experience working long hours as a minor in violation of federal wage and hour laws. If you hav
Henry Ford's strict labor practices that caused such high turnover. Workers were not allowed to talk on the production line, for example, and he employed detectives to spy. Answer the following questions: a. What limits should be placed on a company's right to monitor and control its employees form an ethical perspective?
Professional Sports Lockout Select a labor lockout that has occurred in professional sports such as the NFL, NHL, or NBA. There were monetary issues as well as non-monetary issues that affected the lockout. Search for references and describe the key issues that led to the lockout. Be sure to describe issues from both the owne
A number of employers will utilize restrictive covenants such as having employees sign confidentiality, non-competition and non-solicitation agreements upon hire. When the employee leaves, the employer will enforce the agreement against the employee. Let us assume an employer had an employee sign a non-competition agreement that
A Fortune 500 employer wishes to lay off 25% of its workforce due to rapidly declining sales. The employees vary in age and length of service, with half of the employees being above the age of 40 and half being below the age of 40. Also, half of the employees have been with the employer in excess of 10 years. What legal consider
What are some feasible alternatives to downsizing? If downsizing must occur, what criteria should be used to select those individuals who will be downsized? Would your response differ depending on whether the employer was unionized or nonunionized?
Review clippings, McDonald's strip search incident, imagine a scenario that is not quite as egregious as the one referenced. Instead, imagine that a female assistant manager performed the same cavity search of the 18-year-old female employee because she thought the employee had stolen some money from the register. Answer the legal questions regarding this scenario.
Review Clippings, McDonald's strip search incident, imagine a scenario that is not quite as egregious as the one referenced. Instead, imagine that a female assistant manager performed the same cavity search of the 18-year-old female employee because she thought the employee had stolen some money from the register. The assistant
Davis Hosiery Mills has each new employee sign an acknowledging receipt of the company's handbook. In small print, it states the employment relationship as "at-will". An employee sues for wrongful termination.
What is the NLRB? What is its relationship to the NLRA? Lastly, what are the elements that an employee must meet to prove discrimination under the NLRA, and what must an employer show to defend against such a claim? References in APA please.
Should card-check procedures be allowed to determine employees' desire for union representation or only formal representation elections? What result does it favor? What is the main objection to its use? How can that objection be moderated?
Imagine a simulated scenario in which you will make a presentation to your HR Department in preparation for a move by the employees to introduce collective bargaining into your company. Without taking a pro or con position, prepare an objective "brief sheet" summarizing background information about two of the following four orga