Union membership has been on the decline. Do you believe this is a positive or negative trend? Why? Please explain your answer. (Collect Bargaining) 200-300 words. APA.
Please view the below attachment for assignment specifics. Thank you. Employee Industrial Relation After you've read the background materials and have gained insight into the complexity of employee and industrial relations, please write a 4-5 page paper, not including cover and reference pages, in which you: Evaluate the
Employee and Industrial Relations In the session-long project, you will be asked to select a reference organization to use as a focus for your application of research ideas. This may be your choice of: - Your current workplace - A workplace with which you are not affiliated (now) but of which you have good knowledge (cou
Need assistance and insight discussing the following statements. Any help is greatly appreciated. 1.It has been said that "unions are for capitalism for the same reason that fish are for water," Elobrate upon this statement, drawing from the historical record. 2.Explain the following paradox: Until relatively recent y
Employees still resist unions almost 60 years after the passage of the National Labor Relations Act. Why do you believe this to be the case. APA format (Collective Bargaining)
Collective Bargaining: Would a union for non-professional jobs at a nursing home help with retention?
The nonprofessional jobs at a nursing home are often hard to fill, and there can be a lot of employee turnover. Do you think having a union at a nursing home helps or hinders the employment and retention of employees? Please explain your answer. APA format.
Please help with the following problem. 1. A manufacturing company has a beginning finished goods inventory of $14,600, raw material purchases of $18,000, cost of goods manufactured of $32,500, and an ending finished goods inventory of $17,800. The cost of goods sold for this company is: 2. A company's prime costs total $
1. Beres Corporation has developed the following flexible budget formula for annual indirect labor cost: Total costs = $9,600 + $0.75 per machine hour Operating budgets for the current month are based on 30,000 hours of planned machine time. The amount of indirect labor costs included in this planned budget is A. $2,425.
MA_U10_34-38: please see attachment for problems. 34. Wright Corporation began its operations on September 1 of the current year. Budgeted sales for the first three months of business are $240,000, $300,000, and $420,000, respectively, for September, October, and November. The company expects to sell 20% of its merchandise fo
Can you help me get started with this assignment? Part 2: The following information has been taken from the cost records of Wilson Production, Inc., for the past year: Raw material used in production $326 Total manufacturing costs charged to production during the year (includes direct material, direct labor, and overhead
State your personal definition of Public Relations and list down definitions from three different sources. Compare and contrast these three definitions. Why do you think there are so many different definitions of public relations?
1. Several people play an essential part in setting standards. Which of the following is incorrect as to setting standards? Accountants express judgment in dollars and cents. Engineers identify material, labor, and machine requirements. Human resource managers provide personnel information.
You are a mid-level manager at Pacific-Oregon University (POU), a large private university, and have been asked to provide your boss, department director Pat Grey, with advice on several situations currently facing the department. Pat knows that you have recently completed a course in employment law, and asks that you identify w
See the attached Excel file. A company manufactures two products, X21 and Y37. For years they have used a plantwide manufacturing support cost rate based on direct labor hours. The attached file contains the data collected over the last year. (a) calculate the unit cost of each product using direct labor hours to allocat
You are the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of this struggling airline, which faces labor problems, cash flow difficulties, and competition from low-cost carriers. The financial details are:
You are the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of this struggling airline, which faces labor problems, cash flow difficulties, and competition from low-cost carriers. The financial details are: Revenue last year was $400 million Operating costs were $300 million (20% marketing, 25% fuel, and 55% labor) Gross profit was $
A response which examines the following: a.Defines unions and labor relations and their impact on organizations. b.Examines the impact of changes in employee relations strategies, policies, and practices on organizational performance. c.Answers the question "Are unions still relevant in the United States?" And touche
A commonly accepted proposition is that an organization's production is a combination of: __a. machinery and equipment, employee labor, and managerial ability. __b. machinery and equipment, employee labor, and foreign competition. __c. employee labor, managerial ability, and plant location. __d. managerial ability, plant
MCQ: The entry to record direct labor costs into production in a job order cost accounting system is _______. The recording of the jobs shipped and customers billed would include a debit to _______. What is the amount of overapplied or underapplied manufacturing overhead at the end of the year?
4. The entry to record direct labor costs into production in a job order cost accounting system is _______. a) debit Factory Overhead, credit Work in Process b) debit Finished Goods, credit Wages Payable c) debit Work in Process, credit Wages Payable d) debit Factory Overhead, credit Wages
MCQ: Controller, direct materials for an auto manufacturer, direct labor cost for an airplane manufacturer
1. The controller's staff often consists of several management accountants. All of the following would most likely be on the controller's staff EXCEPT ________. a)general accountants b)budgets and budget analysts c)investments and shareholder relations managers d)cost accountants 2.
The Manjiri Corporation uses a standard cost system. It produces deluxe widgets and budgets for 1000 units to be produced and sold during the current year. The budgeted sales price per widget is $400. The standard cost per deluxe widget is listed below. The firm allocates manufacturing overhead using direct labor hours.
See attachment for full problem details. The following direct labor standards have been established for product N30A: Required: a. What was the labor rate variance for the month? b. What was the labor efficiency variance for the month? c. Prepare a journal entry to record direct labor costs during the month, includin
When examining a state's available labor force, the potential business owner needs to know: a. the state's labor relations history b. the demographics of the target customers c. both the number and education of the available force d. the proximity of its customers
Prepare a brief report about a famous strike or labor dispute. The report should explain the dispute and why the action was or was not successful. Please reference your source(s)
The following standards were developed for a line of lightposts: Standard Inputs Expected for Each Unit of Output Standard Price per Achieved Unit of Input Direct materials 5 pounds $10 p
Parsons Corp. manufactures a variety of products. In the past, Parsons had been using a traditional overhead allocation system based on direct labor hours.
44. Parsons Corp. manufactures a variety of products. In the past, Parsons had been using a traditional overhead allocation system based on direct labor hours. For the current year, Parsons decided to switch to an activity-based costing system using direct labor hours and the number of inspections as measures of activity. Inform
37. Fuller Company allocates overhead to production based on direct labor hours. At the beginning of the year, Fuller expected $900,000 of overhead costs and 15,000 direct labor hours for the year. During the last month of operations, the following manufacturing costs were reported: Direct materials $42,000 Direct l
You are the Owner - CEO of a small job shop machine tool company. You have 35 employees, most of whom are highly skilled machinists who belong to Local 999 of the International Brotherhood of Good Guys Union. Generally, you are an open manager with an abiding sense of fair play and ethics. For this reason, you have been able to
Wood Carving Corporation manufactures three products. Because of a recent lack of skilled wood carvers, the corporation has had a shortage of available labor hours. The following per unit data relates to the three products of the corporation: Letter Openers Elvis Statues Candle Holders Sales price $31 $83 $65 Variable c
Jaser company uses a standard cost system in which manufacturing overhead is applied to units of product on the basis of standard direct labor-hours.
Jaser company uses a standard cost system in which manufacturing overhead is applied to units of product on the basis of standard direct labor-hours. The company's total budgeted variable and fixed manufacturing overhead costs at the denominator level of activity are $14,0000 for variable overhead and $6,000 for fixed overhead.
1. Information on Westcott Company's direct labor costs for a recent month follows: Standard direct labor rate $3.75 Actual direct labor rate $3.50 Total standard direct labor-hours 10,000 Direct labor efficiency variance $4,200 Unfavorable What were the actual hours worked during the month, rounded to the nearest hour?