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Employee's Right to Privacy

1) What are the limits to an employee's right to privacy at work in regards to telecommunication and information? What measures should a company take to protect its information and business? 2) How would you explain to a new employee, the need for your company's code of ethics is based on the Association of Information Tech

Employment Regulations & Temporary Disability

Imagine yourself as a Human Resource manager for a large firm and that one of your employees has suffered a temporary disability. 1. What laws would apply to temporary disability at the workplace? 2. Under what general circumstances is the employee entitled to benefits? 3. What are those benefits and who administers

Human Resource Management Programs

Please discuss the following: 1. Are Human Resource Management programs cost effective? 2. Should Human Resource Management programs have to be justified on a cost-benefit basis? Why or why not?

How can a constituent's age affect operational resources of revenue

1) How can a constituent's age affect operational resources of revenue? 2) What are some ideas regarding the equity of a sales tax versus an income tax? 3) What effect does an economic recession have on an entity's sources of revenue? 4) Why do some communities have access to increased financial resources than oth

Leadership Skills and Competencies

Last night in your organization, the entire management team was fired - all thirty of them. They have left the company. The Board of Directors has appointed you to immediate replace the entire management team. Fortunately, you have just invented a "Leadership Skills and Competencies" machine in your garage. The machine creat

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In a major implementation projects (like Oracle or SAP) are the cost of employee downsizing factored into the financial analysis? If so, on what basis?

Hiring, Firing and Discrimination

Two Companies operated salmon canneries in remote areas of Alaska, which canneries functioned only during the summer salmon runs. There were two general types of jobs at the canneries: cannery line jobs, which were unskilled positions, and "noncannery" jobs, which were prodominantly skilled positions but varied from engineers to

Change Management

How will you create a plan for the following approaches for managing resistance to change: Education and communication Participation Negotiation

Diverse resources

Strong development teams require a large number of diverse resources. Why or why not?

4 Variance Methods

Dillard, Inc. has developed the following standard cost data based on 60,000 direct labor hours, which is 75% of the firm's capacity. Fixed overhead is $360,000 and variable overhead is $180,000 at this level of activity. Direct material (3 lbs. @ $2.00/lb.) $ 6.00 Direct labor (0.5 hrs. @ $8.00/hr.) 4.00 Factory overhe

Evaluate methods of motivating and rewarding individuals

Details: You are responsible for supervising one clerical assistant. You know that a large amount of work is going to be assigned to this person in the very near future and that it will be necessary to keep motivation high to meet deadlines. You do not have resources available for any extra monetary rewards. Post on the discussi

Identify an organization that has suffered from fraudulent activity

(1) Identify an organization that has suffered from fraudulent activity. It can be one that has been in the news or an entity that you know has committed a fraud and find everything you can about that entity from various Internet sites and other resources. Assume you have been hired by a company to investigate this person's back

Family Medical Leave Act / American with Disabilities Act

Mr. X has worked for your company for four years; you are his supervisor during this time. You have heard from other employees that Mr. X claims he has some type of mental problems which tend to come and go, but he has never formally mentioned it to you or management. A few days ago, while receiving constructive criticism from h

Behavior Principles & Operations Management

PART 1-- Organizational Behavior A former colleague calls you and he sounds very frustrated. Once again, senior leadership has proclaimed itself to be the followers of the latest management fad - he thinks this time it's Most Effective Habits of Excellent Leaders - and expects the entire organization to immediately shift dire

Evaluation and reward

An important aspect of the all management responsibilities is the process of evaluation and reward. There are controversial issues of evaluation and reward of the design and implementation of strategy. What is the strategic process and the environmental pressures involved in the assessment process.

International business management

Healthcare in Taiwan Mert Atakan Joey Brito Damien Gonsavlez Patricia Jimenez Jeff Pucci Our company will be a small niche medical company located in Taiwan. The company will employ about 60 people. These employees will consist of operations personnel and company staff such as Medical Doctors, Occupational

Organizational structure

1. Which organizational structure is best for a multi-business corporation, or is there one? 2. Why or why not?

Describe the employee complaint process

1. If an employee wants to file a discrimination complaint against an employer what is the process? 2. Explain the discrimination complaint and civil litigation processes. 3. Explain how the complaint begins with the EEOC and proceeds through the civil litigation process from the state level up to the US Supreme Court. Ple

Human resource/ labor relation

2. Salary Adjustment Facts: In the contract governing the 1980-1981 school year, the parties had agreed that teachers who attended 93 or more calendar days in any school year would be advanced on the salary schedule for the following year. The number of days required for advancement was changed in the contract governing th

Quantitative Methods :LPP

The owner of Chips etc. produces 2 kinds of chips: Lime (L) and Vinegar (V). He has a limited amount of the 3 ingredients used to produce these chips available for his next production run: 4800 ounces of salt, 9600 ounces of flour, and 2000 ounces of herbs. A bag of Lime chips requires 2 ounces of salt, 6 ounces of flour, and 1

Workplace decisions

These are the questions: 1. Based on a decision made in a workplace, what were the moral implications of that decision? 2. Based on a decision made in a workplace, what were the legal implications of that decision? If a decision is legal, is it ethical? 3. What are some cultural factors you should consider when developi

An MS Project problem for a CRM system

Details: You are working with your team leads to create the project schedule. You are very concerned about the intersections between the teams, so you all are starting with the major milestones, working backward from the new product launch. Sales of the new product are going to start in nine months and the new CRM system nee