How has the creation of employment laws impacted union membership?
The difference between average annual returns on common stocks and returns on long-term government bonds is called a: default risk premium maturity premium risk-free premium liquidity premium market risk premium Corporate bonds might involve which of the following types of "premiums
You have been assigned to a firm committee and the committee chairperson explains to you that the company has some excess computer equipment that it is going to sell to the call center. The equipment is used, and consists of five monitors, five printers, and five desktop computers. The call center company is going to pay your co
You have been told that you and one of the company senior partners will be attending a US Court of Appeals hearing in the near future. To prepare you for this visit the partner will e-mail you a list of cases in the news and asks you which of these cases might be heard by the US Court of Appeals during the visit? Send an ema
One of the first acts of the new Congress will be to propose the Employee Free Choice Act. 1. Does this Act, taking away the secret ballot election process for union organizing, deprive employees of their democratic rights? Take a position, pro or con, and explain.
A. BUG, Inc., a company based in the United States., designs, manufactures, and sells electronic recording devices. These devices are used by law enforcement agencies to intercept and record sounds and voices. The equipment taps into telephone wires, cell phone transmissions, and picks up sounds and voices through the wall
The last half of the 20th century saw development of the legal concepts that we know as Title VII, ADEA, ADA, Equal Pay Act, Civil Rights Act of 1991, EEO, Affirmative Action, and sexual harassment. The last half of the century also saw court decisions that recognized the rights of those who were adversely affected by the implem
Identify a legal dispute between two business entities. Then, identify the legal issues that the court was called on to resolve between the parties. Then, discuss the possible non-legal issues (the values and interests) of the parties that may have led to the legal dispute. How might have the parties resolved their non-legal
How might I explain how has the psychological contract between the employee and the employer changed over time?
The legal environment of business and online commerce (5th ed) Upper Saddle River, NJ Pearson Prentice Hall 1. What is the federal system of checks and balances? How would you apply a checks and balances system to a business function? How would you assess the value of the systems on businesses? 2. What are so
I need help in preparing 150-200 word paper in which I summarize the different sources of income tax law you have identified(The source that I choose is the US Congress income tax law. I will be writing about the Internal Revenue Code (IRC). I need to include where the sources of income tax law are located and what informat
Please help me gain some insight and help with the following question:. 1. Does the Sarbanes-Oxley Act affect ethical or legal behavior or both? Why?
1. Is affirmative action in government jobs, schools, contracts, and programs required, necessary or even useful at this time? In your response, please consider the issue of reverse discrimination. If you want to look at how the state of Florida handled the removal of preferences in higher education, surf the web for the "Flori
1. The social sciences focus on human behavior such as politics. A paper on such a topic should include _______. A. experimental results B. results of recent medical trials C. archaeological findings D. speech quotations 2. _______ would add valuable support to a paper from an applied science discipline.
How does the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 impact a board of directors?
Lucy had been selling her exciting new product for a couple of years when she was approached by her neighbor, Wanda, who asked if she could sell for Lucy, inasmuch as she was a professional salesperson and could help out in the evenings and on weekends. She also said that she had a few thousand dollars that she "would like to pu
Sharon owes Irma $500.00 for a small loan Irma gave to Sharon six months ago. Sharon has just received a check made payable to her from the Ajax Company, for work Sharon performed for Ajax. She endorses the check and writes on the back of the check, "Pay to the Order of Irma." She gives the check to Irma in payment of her ind
Chloe and Cal have been dating steadily for the last year. Unbeknownst to Chloe, Cal purchases a diamond engagement ring for Chloe with plans to give it to her during a vacation at a resort. One night they are walking on the beach. Cal has the diamond ring in his pocket. Chloe decides she wants to take a midnight swim and,
The Acme Life Insurance Company sends out 5,000 emails to prospective customers to announce that it has just hired Frank Unctious as its newest sales representative. Joan receives one of the emails and, being in the market for life insurance, calls Frank to set up an appointment. Frank stops by her house, and they discuss life
Michael and Lisa were married in 1980 and immediately moved into a house that was titled in Michael's name only. In 1982, Lisa gave birth to a son and, two years later, she gave birth to another son. The family of four continued to live in the same house that was in Michael's name and everything seemed to be fine. One Sunday
I would really appreciate your help with this. Case # 82: DRILLING IN THE ALASKAN WILDERNESS Category: Environmental ethics Drilling for oil in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) has been a source of contention among policy makers for years. In 1980 Congress expanded ANWR by 9.5 million acres, with 1.
Suppose you were asked to assemble the facts in a case, which you know will eventually go before a judge, arbitrator, or other decision maker. You know exactly nothing about the eventual decision-maker. What would you do to make your side of the case as compelling as possible? How would you handle it if you had doubts about
1. Based upon you experiences in life, discuss your view of the current state of the legal environment of employment (using any new legal terminology you have learned) in our country trying to use your home state law if possible. Make sure you address the issue of whether and under what circumstances employees should expect to
Direction: Two small paragraphs... 1. Find an article online relating to a consumer or environmental legal issue or real estate or land use policy. 2. Summarize the article in your post in 1 paragraph. 3. Then, in one tell us how you responded to this article, what your opinion is about this article, and/or any further
Analyze current issues related to employment discrimination that HR managers need to be aware of, and discuss a set of recommended actions for HR managers to help them ensure on an ongoing basis that their organization is not engaging in such discrimination. This focuses on discrimination.
Courts around the world are creating Internet law right now that is quite interesting to watch. Unlike other areas of commerce that can turn to historical traditions to help settle disputes and guide the development of the law, the law of the Internet has no history to fall back on. Cyber law is instead being developed by judges
See the attached file. 3. Local Law Paper: Employer-employee relationship in the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. Prepare a paper in which you describe the employer-employee relationship in the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and the differences between the "employment at will" doctrine in the states and its application according to
IBM has two manufacturing facilities-one in New York City and one in Evergreen, Oklahoma. Marjorie has worked in the Oklahoma plant for 15 years assembling resistors. Her sister, Ellen, has worked at the same plant for 15 years also. The two sisters have similar educational qualifications and skills. Their brother, Hank, has
1. Should the law intervene to protect online privacy and security? Is self-regulation by industry sufficient? Debate. 2. Assume that you are the responsible officer of a corporation and one of the employees comes to you with an idea for a unique toilet flush. He wants to patent it. Prepare a checklist of steps and requiremen
1. When an investment banker acts as an "underwriter" he (Points: 3) gives a "firm commitment" to purchase the securities from the corporation at a set price. the company suffers a decline in earnings after taxes. may sell as many securities as possible and return the rest unsold. may give