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Career Analysis Walmart and Target

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Career esearch eport

esearching companies is very important when anyone is considering a future career. The two companies researched here will be Wal-Mart and Target, in order to determine which one (if any) would be the best choice for me to work at based on all the factors that are important.

The purpose of the report is to discuss both Wal-Mart and Target, in order to show that the companies have many similarities and differences to be addressed when I am looking for employment. The scope of the research addresses a SWOT analysis, along with other information about the company.

The majority of the data will come from Marketline documents that provide company and SWOT analysis information. Other data comes from the companies' websites and an article written about Wal-Mart's expansion to other countries.

Target is the preferred company to work for, for a variety of reasons. Those reasons will…… [Read More]

References

Hayden, P., Lee, S., McMahon, K., & Pereira, M. (2002). Wal-Mart: Staying on top of the Fortune 500. Corporate Strategy and Public Affairs Lecture. George Washington University Graduate School of Political Management.

Target Stores, Inc. Company Profile (2014). Marketline.

Target. (2014). Target.com. Retrieved from www.target.com.

Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Company Profile. (2014). Marketline.
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Career Information

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Career Information

Finding the most appropriate and up-to-date information about a specific career could be a tedious process. Luckily though, there are numerous sources of career information an individual could rely. In this text, I analyze three occupational information sources.

O*NET esource Center (http://www.onetcenter.org)

In brief, O*NET describes itself as "the nation's primary source of occupational information" (O*NET, 2014). As the organization further points out on its Website, its database comprises of hundreds of descriptors that are both standardized and occupation-specific. One key advantage of this particular source of occupational info is the fact that its database is continually updated so as to keep up with trends and changes in the job market. The said update is done through "surveying a broad range of workers from each occupation" (O*NET, 2014). Yet another key benefit of this source of occupational info is its huge database of occupational definitions. It should, however,…… [Read More]

References

Career One Stop. (2014). Home: America's Career InfoNet. Retrieved from http://www.careerinfonet.org

O*NET. (2014). O*NET Resource Center. O*NET. Retrieved from   http://www.onetcenter.org  

U.S. Department of Labor. (2008). Occupational Outlook Handbook: 2009. New York, NY: Skyhorse Publishing Inc.
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Career in Human Resources if

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If a person has good Public elations with superiors and subordinates of the field, he will get the benefit of these relations. If he has decent qualification and he is competing with another applicant with same qualification, he may b preferred over the other just because of his Public elation (P). This P also helps the employee to prosper within the company and reach the top position in the company. A person's nature is a big asset for him. This asset can bring huge successes for him in the career. And he can also prove to be a great asset for the company that can fetch some business for the company. So his progress in the career is guaranteed.

To keep oneself alive in the field of Human esource, he should keep himself up-to-date with changes and progress throughout this field in the whole world. Human esource is a rapidly…… [Read More]

REFERENCES

Aarini, R. (n.d).Role of Communication in Human Resources.Retrieved (14/03/2013) from Ehow website:

 http://www.ehow.com/about_6763912_role-communication-human-resources.html 

Crisp, D. (2008). HR Specialists or Generalists? Retrieved on 14/03/2013 from Balance and Results website:

 http://www.balance-and-results.com/hr-specialists-or-generalists.html
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Career Report Individual Report The

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The "Dutch Test for Conflict-Handling," indentified my personality to have medium 'yielding' conflict style. This is consistent with my articulated belief that agreeability when handling conflicts is required, but not to the point that ethics are ignored. My test results on the "Big Five Personality" test thus support the notion that when handling ethical conflicts solving problems on a personal level and achieving a mutually beneficial solution is ideal. The need to do this in the financial industry today is evident in how many banks must renegotiate mortgages -- no one wants a foreclosure, as this benefits neither the home owner or the bank. Rather, resetting an interest rate so the home owner can stay in the homes but still make payments is the best solution, and this requires a compromise on both sides, ideally without a settlement in court.

A think, given what I have learned about the financial…… [Read More]

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Career in Chosen Field the

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After less than two months, I have seen some noticeable differences: I have more energy during the day, I sleep better at night, I can concentrate more fully and my stamina has improved. I know that working for the CBSA can be a physically-demanding job, but I am confident that I will be able to handle the exertion and stress that comes with it. I handle stress well: exercise is a great way for me to fend it off, and I also practise meditation and deep breathing. One of my biggest frustrations is when I feel that I should know something that I can't remember, thus my commitment to learning more about border security and the laws that govern it. This preparation will benefit me both on and off the job, and will allow me to make a greater contribution to the CBSA.

My interest in becoming an agent for…… [Read More]

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Career Person's Ability to Work

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Those who have a more professional work, like a doctor or a lawyer tend to have a higher position in the society as compared with a carpenter or a waiter. A 5 occupational class scheme was discussed: 1st class is the upper level managers and professionals, 2nd class would be the medium level managers and professionals, 3rd class are the lower level office and service workers, 4th class are the skilled manual workers, and lastly, the 5th class is the unskilled manual workers. (ohnson, 2004) Therefore, social class can delineate a person's occupation and therefore characterize his/her experience of work.

Another factor that may affect a person's work life is disabilities acquired, for example, physical disabilities. A person may have one kind of disability or another. he/she may have lost an arm or a leg, he/she may have loss the ability to see, hear or speak. These unfortunate events also…… [Read More]

Johnson JV, Hall EM. Towards an Understanding of the Interconnectedness of Class, Work and Health. Paper Prepared for Author's Working Conference on Society and Health, Harvard University, October 1992.

J.V. Johnson, PhD. Work Stressors and Social Class. Maryland, Job Stress Network, 2004.

L. Blackwell. Gender and Ethnicity at Work: Occupational Segregation and Disadvantage in the 1991 British Census. BSA Publications Ltd., Sociology, Vol. 37, No. 4, 713-731, 2003. http://www.workhealth.org/risk/johnson%20article.html. WorkGender Gap 'Narrows'. BBC News 24, October 8, 2003
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Career Path Career of Interest

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For this reason, contract specialists do not need as rigid a background as, say, a neurologist does. A contract specialist usually develops his or her skills for the job while working for a large organization that engages suppliers in major contractual agreements. Devotion to an organization may precede the decision to become a contract specialist. or, a business student might decide that the communication-oriented nature of contract specialization suits his or her personality. Another person might find that while standard legal careers were disappointing, a career in contract specialization helps bridge the gap between the law, business, and the public sector in ways other occupations cannot possibly do.

Where I Am Now

In relation to the goal of becoming a contract specialist, I am well on my way towards achieving this core career objective. Currently, I am an Army Service member who is becoming familiar with various government-related contractual agreements.…… [Read More]

References

Central Intelligence Agency (CIA 2010). Contract specialist -- Entry level. Retrieved online: https://www.cia.gov/careers/opportunities/support-professional/contract-specialist-entry-level.html

"Contract Specialist," (n.d.). Career Planner. Retrieved online: http://www.careerplanner.com/DOT-Job-Descriptions/CONTRACT-SPECIALIST.cfm

Damewood, C.L. (n.d.). What does a contract specialist do? Wisegeek.com. Retrieved online: http://www.wisegeek.com/what-does-a-contract-specialist-do.htm

National Institutes of Health (NIH 2010). Contract specialist. Retrieved online: http://www.jobs.nih.gov/positions/admin/contractspec.htm
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Career Management Plan Jim Martin

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In Eric Borden's case, his knowledge of the industry and of the developments that occur on this segment recommends him either for the research and development department or for marketing, since he would be able to ensure that the marketing strategy that the company has is in line with what occurs on the markets. From that perspective, his salary structure could be changed so as to ensure that he receive an increased base salary rather than the sales bonus program he receives now.

In the case of Ving Hsu, his financial package needs to be adjusted, because he currently works as a sales representative, but receives only the base salary, although he is eligible for the sales bonus. However, it seems that much of his activity is focused on training his customers on how to use the products rather than on increasing his volume of sales. A more relevant measure…… [Read More]

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Career in Law Enforcement Although

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The U.S. Marshal Service position involves perhaps more dangerous duties than that of the FBI agent. esponsiblities include locating fugitives, going on lengthy assignments that often involve surveillance and stakeouts. Accordingly, essential skills include patience. It is also noted that agents working for the U.S. Marshal Service should be experienced, organized writers who can efficiently file reports. The video also noted that those with experience in law enforcement stand a greater chance of getting hired.

My qualifications for the U.S. Marshal Service position are similar to my strengths regarding the FBI agent position. I am an accomplished, lucid writer and my strong physical build would assist me when engaged on dangerous assignments. Additionally, my itinerant upbringing makes me uniquely qualified for extended, two-week assignments. Although I do not have experience in law enforcement, I feel my skills in other areas more than compensate for this particular deficit.

The ICE Special…… [Read More]

References

German, Mike. (2007). Thinking Like a Terrorist: Insights of a Former FBI Agent. Washington, D.C.: Potomac Books, Inc.

Blumstein, a., Farrington, D., & Piquero, a.R. (2003). The criminal career paradigm. Crime and Justice, 30, 359-506.
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Career of a Marriage and Family Therapist

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Career

According to the O-Net Online Summary Report, marriage and family therapists "diagnose and treat mental and emotional disorders, whether cognitive, affective, or behavioral, within the context of marriage and family systems." A systems approach is integral to the work that marriage and family therapists do, because they view individual psychological issues as inseparable from the greater family and social system. This enables a holistic approach to treatment interventions, and can be a culturally sensitive, culturally competent facet of psychological counseling.

The primary tasks of a marriage and family counselor include the following. First, communications skills are of the utmost importance because one of the central roles of the counselor is to listen and ask appropriate questions at the right time. A marriage and family counselor meets with more than one member of each family, too, making good communications skills a prerequisite of the profession.

Second, diagnoses should be based…… [Read More]

Works Cited

"Marriage and Family Therapist." AllPsychologySchools. Retrieved online: http://www.allpsychologyschools.com/psychology-careers/career/marriage-family-therapist

O-Net Online. "Summary Report for Marriage and Family Therapists." O-Net code: 21-1013.00. 2010. Retrieved online:   http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/21-1013.00  

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. "Marriage and Family Therapists." Retrieved online:   http://www.bls.gov/oes/current/oes211013.htm
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Career Application and Communications Software Mobile-Based Customer

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Career Application and Communications Software

Mobile-based Customer elationship Management (CM) Applications

Of the many software applications that sales professionals rely on daily, their Customer elationship Management (CM) systems are the most essential for informing existing customers of new products and sales, and tracking new ones. Of the many selling and service strategies that CM systems enable, the most valuable is in gaining a 360-degree view of customers and ensuring every department in an organization stays focused on their needs and wants (Beasty, 2007). CM systems provide sales teams with the ability to coordinate their selling efforts across the company, getting needed support and collaboration with the diverse departments and divisions that they rely on to sell products and services. An example of how a typical CM is organized is shown in Figure 1, Microsoft CM System Design. The design of CM systems is predicated on creating a system of record…… [Read More]

References

Beasty, C. (2007, Mobile CRM. Customer Relationship Management, 11, 38-41.

Croteau, A., & Li, P. (2003). Critical success factors of CRM technological initiatives. Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences, 20(1), 21-34.

Read, B.B. (2008). Mobile CRM: "are we there yet?." Customer Inter@ction Solutions, 27(5), 22-25.

Yang, S., & Rhee, J. (2009). Study of the wireless/wire integration CRM gateway for the effective application of event CRM for small and medium sized enterprises. Computers & Industrial Engineering, 57(2), 571.
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Career Investigation Women Philosophy

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Career Possibilities for omen in Philosophy

Philosophy is not a hard science requiring that problems be worked out with formulas and centuries-old givens. The American Philosophical Association says that, "Philosophy is a basic field of inquiry. Its range encompasses ideas and issues in every domain of human existence; and its methods apply to problems of an unlimited variety. The major in philosophy can develop not only philosophical skills and sophistications but also intellectual abilities that are readily applicable to pursuits in everyday social and personal life."

The options open to women in philosophy are nearly endless. Because the study of philosophy develops critical thinking and analytical skills, it provides a background for careers requiring problem-solving, along with the ability to view issues from other perspectives and develop logical arguments with a sensitivity to the values of others. Philosophy can be the starting point for any number of careers. This is…… [Read More]

Works Cited

APA. American Philosophical Association: http://www.apa.udel.edu/apa/publications/texts/major.html

GRE. Graduate Record Exam. http://www.uwosh.edu/departments/philosophy/chartgre.html

Harvard. http://www.law.harvard.edu/Admissions/JD_Admissions/jd_curric.html

Houston. http://www.hbu.edu/Pages/acad/H2Ichrst.html
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Career Project

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Career

Over the next fifteen years I would like to prepare myself for an upper-management career in a top advertisement firm. By then I will have amassed the requisite skills for such a position, in which I will network and interact with people in any number of business sectors to fulfill their marketing and advertising needs. I will also be able to control the design and production of multimedia advertisements; research demographics; and stay abreast of industry trends. At a top position of management within a large advertising firm, I will enjoy the perks of a highly stimulating, intense work environment, including a plethora of networking opportunities, lasting business relationships, rewarding contracts, and a relatively high salary.

Before I reach that level of success within a top advertising firm, however, I will first take some primary steps. For example, five years from how I will have completed my undergraduate and…… [Read More]

Works Cited

Advertising, Marketing, and Public Relations Managers." Occupational Outlook Handbook.  http://www.umsl.edu/services/govdocs/ooh20002001/73.htm .

Manager, Advertising (Code 164.117-101)." Dictionary of Occupational Titles. http://www.occupationalinfo.org/16/164117010.html.
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Career Advancement

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Career Advancement

"Why a company should hire you as a personnel, operations, deployment manager."

I believe that I would be an excellent candidate for a deployment manager because of my extraordinary combination of experience, education, and acumen. I have been exposed to a variety of high-pressure situations and have always handled myself in a diligent and professional manner. I have experience as a program integrator and deployment manager, a deployment readiness officer and logistical coordinator, a central issue manager, and a deployment mission manger. All of these positions have provided an environment in which I have been able to fine tune many of the skills that are needed to fulfill a personnel, operations, and deployment manager.

I attribute much of the success that I have so far achieved in my career to my self-motivation and military professionalism. The military taught me a lot about maintaining a professional composure through some…… [Read More]

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Career of Computer Programmer Creating

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Second, a major benefit for many computer programmers is the option of working on a variety of very interesting and challenging projects. Often the projects require months off planning, programming and continual work to get the applications to performing at their highest possible performance levels. Third, many companies now sponsor in-house training and development seminars, with a few even having local universities come in and teach the latest techniques on programming. This is a major time-saver for programmers as it gets them more knowledge to do their jobs, and also make them more valuable in their careers for the long-term. Fourth, programming is a profession that lends itself well to individual achievement and accomplishment. For those programmers who are exceptionally good at their work, they become well-known in their fields and often get promoted. Companies also provide many conveniences to programmers to alleviate time drains on them. Google for example…… [Read More]

References

Gul Agha (2008). COMPUTING in PERVASIVE CYBERSPACE. Association for Computing Machinery. Communications of the ACM, 51(1), 68-70. Retrieved May 14, 2008, from ABI/INFORM Global database. (Document ID: 1407575171).

Josh Bernoff, Charlene Li. 2008. Harnessing the Power of the Oh-So-Social Web. MIT Sloan Management Review 49, no. 3 (April 1): 36-42.    http://www.proquest.com    (Accessed May 16, 2008).

Ryan Blitstein (2 June 2007). Engineers wanted! Will pay very well: WEB 2.0 DEVELOPERS in GREAT DEMAND. Knight Ridder Tribune Business News,1. Retrieved May 16, 2008, from ABI/INFORM Dateline database. (Document ID: 1281144381).

Roxanne E. Christ, Jeanne S. Berges, Shannon C. Trevino. 2007. Social Networking Sites: To Monitor or Not to Monitor Users and Their Content? Intellectual Property & Technology Law Journal 19, no. 7 (July 1): 13-17.
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Career Plans in the Course

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I am particularly interested in the students who have challenges, either educationally or behaviorally. I feel that by working to develop new assessment tools it will be possible to further evaluate the skills and abilities for these students which may previously have been unavailable to us. I look forward to working with teachers, parents and students in order to formulate tools which will help students get the most out school.

Educational psychology is an excellent career move for me. I have experience working with children who have autism, high school students, and my personality seemed to be a good fit in what can be a challenging and rewarding environment. I think my current education and work experience melds nicely into my hopes to work in a research capacity, designing evaluations, analyzing and interpreting data and presenting coherent results. While I do not consider myself a linear thinking, I believe that…… [Read More]

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Career Aptitude Tests One of

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6). This graduate indicates that rather than relying on the innate abilities identified by the career aptitude test, she "worked realistically with the grit and gumption I possessed, as opposed to counting on my talent to pave the way" (quoted in Bell & Short, 2003 at p. 6).

Some commonly used career aptitude tests include the ACT's (formerly American College Testing) EXPLOE testing regimen that examines 8th and 9th grade students' career aptitude using a battery of tests that provide a range of potential occupational choices. According to ACT's promotional material for the EXPLOE test, "This information can help you learn more about careers, clarify your goals, and begin to plan your future -- including your high school courses and, perhaps, a college education" (Your future, 2010, para. 2). Likewise, the EXPLOE handbook for 2009-2010 states, "With thousands of occupations in the work world, where do you begin? Your EXPLOE…… [Read More]

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Bell, J.H. & Short, S. (2003). Buckling down: Achieving and underachieving in the first year of university. Journal of College Reading and Learning, 34(1), 6-7.

Career aptitude tests. (2010). Career Explorer. Retrieved from http://www.careerexplorer.

net/aptitude.asp.

Karma, K. (2007). Musical aptitude definition and measure validation: Ecological validity can endanger the construct validity of musical aptitude tests. Psychomusicology, 19(2), 79-80.
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Profession of Security Professional Security

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Security professionals should know what that kind of cooperation entails and what the possible limitations are, and really what the professional expectations are for investigative cooperation, so as to not impede or otherwise hinder active investigations.

While private security as a profession has boomed in many ways, there are some key ways in which the industry still lags behind. One of these ways is accurate data collection, data presentation, and collection of other relevant statistics. This must be a modern issue that security professionals take seriously. Statistics may be dry to some, but that trait does not diminish the value or the necessity of accurate and up-to-date statistics about the industry, including demographics, tools used, success rates, rates of collaboration with other agencies, and more. With modern tools such as data visualization, it is relatively more simple to represent large quantities of data in visually appealing ways in a condensed…… [Read More]

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Gunter, W., & Kidwell, J. (2004). Law Enforcement and Private Security Liaison: Partnerships for Cooperation. International Foundation for Protection Officers, Web, Available from: http://www.ifpo.com/articlebank/lawprivateliaison.html. 2013 June 28.

Strom, PhD, K., Berzofsky, M., Shook-Sa, B., Barrick, PhD, K., Daye, C., Horstmann, N., & Kinsey, S. (2010). The Private Security Industry: A Review of the Definitions, Available Data Sources, and Paths Moving Forward. United States Department of Justice, the Bureau of Justice Statistics, Web, Available from:  https://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/bjs/grants/232781.pdf . 2013 June 28.

The Law Enforcement-Private Security Consortium. (2009). Operation Partnership: Trends and Practices in Law Enforcement and Private Security Collaborations. United States Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, Web, Available from:  http://ric-zai-inc.com/Publications/cops-p169-pub.pdf . 2013 June 28.
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Career Positions at Humana Is Product Development

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career positions at Humana is product development. This can be a risky position particularly since it may involve working in an environment that contains substances that may be non-conductive to one's health.

There are many controversial chemicals in some products and some individuals working with these can be at risk whether known or not. Products can be toxic or harmful. In Australia alone, exposure to hazardous workplace substances cause over 2000 deaths annually (Better Health Channel).

Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) definition of harmful substances include toxic substances such as chemical matters or biological agents that are known to cause harmful health effects. Many of Humana's innovation or product workers work in such environments. Interaction with such products include health effects that introduce respiratory infections, positioning, disorder of lung, kidney, and liver, skin rashes, burns, neurological impact and far more. The common hazardous substances in the workplace that product…… [Read More]

References

Workplace safety- hazardous substances. Better health Channel.

www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/.../pages/Workplace_safety_hazardous_substances?OpenDocument
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Career Interest Is Accounting Accountancy Is the

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career interest is accounting. Accountancy is the process of evaluating the financial information about business entities to users such as the managers of the shareholders (Elliot, & Elliot, 2004). Accountancy falls into three areas: accounting, bookkeeping, and auditing.

I choose accounting since it will give me a solid employment with a lucrative wage and this is what is important to me. I have also learned that it can be fun in the investigative way if I se it as such. The work conditions are fine -- not too tedious and best of all I can structure them at my convenience. I can work either for an institution or be self-employed. Chances for advancement also depend on myself and, best of all, I can find global opportunities in any and every business..

• Career goals and career strategy

The kind of job that I am most interested in is working in…… [Read More]

References

Accountants and Auditors. Career Information. CollegeGrad.com

Accounting Jobs Today.com Controller | Sample Resume 5

 http://www.accountingjobstoday.com/cm/Resumes/controller5.html 

Alba, J. Vault career guide to accounting. New York: Vault, c2002.
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Researching Your Congressional Delegation

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Voter -- esearching Your Congressional Delegation

WHAT IS THE POLITICAL HISTOY OF YOU DISTICT AND STATE?

The county of Fairbanks / North Star Borough is an area situated in the state of Alaska. When the 2010 census came out, the population was 97,581. (Fairbanks North Star Borough, 2014)The borough seat is Fairbanks. (The State of Alaska, 2014) The region's land area is to some extent slighter than that of the state of New Jersey. The borough assembly involves nine members. Members are chosen at-large (borough-wide). Members work three-year periods. Also, the borough functions under a "strong mayor" type of arrangement. The mayor, alongside his chief of staff, execute a lot of the job duties usually linked with a city administrator. The county of Fairbanks / North Star Borough is run with an elected Surveilance Commission, which is supervised by the executive system of the administration of the country. Also, a…… [Read More]

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Alaska Federation of Natives. (2014, June 14). Retrieved from  http://www.nativefederation.org/resources/congressional-delegation/ 

Barone, M. (2104). The Almanac of American Politics 2014. Chicago: University Of Chicago Press; 1 edition.

Fairbanks North Star Borough. (2014, June 14). Retrieved from  http://co.fairbanks.ak.us/ 

Project Vote Smart. (2014, June 14). Retrieved from  http://votesmart.org/
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Career Counseling The Writer Explores

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It is the role of the career counselor to work with the diverse populations and help guide them to success through building their confidence in their abilities.

Conclusion

Career counseling is a profession in which the counselors have an impact on the national workforce and its direction, though many professional counseling majors in college ignore career counseling as a potential career. As the world continues to diversify and globalize the impact career counselors have on society will continue to expand.

eferences

Herr, Edwin (2003)the future of career counseling as an instrument of public policy.(Career Counseling in the Next Decade) Career Development Quarterly

Bysshe, S., Hughes, D., & Bowes, L. (2002). The economic benefits of career guidance. A review of current evidence [Occasional paper]. Derby, England: The University of Derby, the Centre for Guidance Studies.

Herr, E.L. (2000, June). Working in America: The implications for theory and practice of the Fourth…… [Read More]

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Herr, Edwin (2003)the future of career counseling as an instrument of public policy.(Career Counseling in the Next Decade) Career Development Quarterly

Bysshe, S., Hughes, D., & Bowes, L. (2002). The economic benefits of career guidance. A review of current evidence [Occasional paper]. Derby, England: The University of Derby, the Centre for Guidance Studies.

Herr, E.L. (2000, June). Working in America: The implications for theory and practice of the Fourth Gallup/NCDA Poll. Paper presented at the ninth National Career Development Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

Kileen, J., White, M., & Watts, a.G. (1992). The economic value of career guidance. London: Policy Studies Institute, Department of Education and Employment.
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career interview job questions

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prioritizing your work on a typical day?

Prioritizing work means coming up with a schedule that is based partly on the importance of meeting specific deadlines, but also based on the actual importance of each task and the people who requested them. Low priority items would get shifted to the bottom of my to-do list, freeing up energy and time for the more important activities. However, on some days it is helpful to tick off some of the low priority and easy tasks early.

Tell us how would you handle a disgruntled customer who is not satisfied with your job performance?

Handling disgruntled bosses or disgruntled customers requires patience, confidence, and poise. The first thing I would do would be to take a step away from the conversation if I find myself getting upset. I can return to it later with a calm and clear mind. Then, I would try…… [Read More]

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Career Objective and How Will

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My notable contributions in this capacity include obtaining investment funding and sponsorships, securing a co-production partnership with Storm 360, a leading West African entertainment company, and forging media partnerships with HiTV, Silverbird TV, NN24, and BusinessDay among others. In addition, I established and implemented overall business objectives of becoming a world-class production and broadcast company offering international broadcast content to strengthen the spirit of enterprise and human development throughout Africa and across the globe. Furthermore, I played an integral role in representing company in key business negotiations.

Further, I also played a pivotal leadership role in winning various team-based tasks, including developing and marketing a new fast-food chicken entree for Chicken Republic, planning and executing a hotel redecoration project at Eko Hotel & Suites, presenting a route to market's strategy for West Africa's largest cell phone provider, Celtel, and formulating a marketing strategy for a new energy drink for Nigeria's…… [Read More]

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Career Living in 'The Present'

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This means that the country will have enough 'supply' of accountants at the time demand will be greater (in the future). Interestingly, this increase in demand for accountants will also correspond to an increase in projected median annual earnings for the profession. While the highest earnings belong to accountants who are involved in "tax preparation, bookkeeping, and payroll services," (at $57,000 per annum), management accountants -- that is, accountants involved in "management of companies and enterprises" -- placed as the second most highest per annum salary among accounting categories, at $55,000 per annum (U.S. BLS, 2007).

This positive outlook to management accounting is supported by Ms Dale, who believed that accounting is one of the professions that is recognized as financially rewarding and intellectually stimulating, across societies and cultures all over the world. She likened the profession as a high-low job, where working conditions are usually located at the extreme…… [Read More]

References

Accountants and auditors." (2007). Occupational Outlook Handbook, U.S. Department of Labor- Bureau of Labor Statistics web site. Available at http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos001.htm.

Johnson, S. (2003). The Present: the secret to enjoying your work and life, now! Doubleday.

Personal interview with N. Dale. Interviewed last February 13, 2009.
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Career Investigation

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Fashion Photographer

Although I could not find any specific job advertisement for a fashion photographer, I found some entry-level positions in the fashion industry. A copy of these appears after the reference list. It appears that a career choice of fashion photography would be extremely rewarding in terms of the interesting situations and people the professional would come into contact with. It also appears to be a highly creative and satisfying job for a person with the right traits.

According to the "Creative Skillset" Website (2012), some colleges and universities offer courses in fashion photography, which are generally led by established photographers who act as visiting lecturers for these courses. While these courses can provide a valuable grounding knowledge of the industry, most fashion photographers begin their careers by assisting established fashion photographers. This provides not only practical experience in the industry, but also practical knowledge of the way in…… [Read More]

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Agarwal, A. (2008). Fashion Photography -- 4 Requirements To Become A Successful Fashion Photographer. Retrieved from: http://ezinearticles.com/?Fashion-Photography-4-Requirements-To-Become-A-Successful-Fashion-Photographer&id=1662089

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Creative Skillset. (2012). Fashion Photographer. Retrieved from: http://www.creativeskillset.org/photo/careers/photographers/article_3274_1.asp

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Career Path of Communication Major

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The salary ranges from $80,000 to $110,000 (Kalbach 45).

Advancement

Rank advancement relates to the level of experience of the employee and the amount of years of services within the context of the business entity. For individuals or experts to command rank advancement within this field, they must develop large pool of experience and qualification to be able to serve in the higher ranks. The employee must also serve within the company for certain duration in order to merit promotion. This type of rank advancement or promotion depends on the performance and personal or character traits (honesty, loyalty, and obedience) of the employee. The company must be convinced on the performance levels of the user experience designer to guarantee or facilitate promotion to higher ranks with better remuneration or wages.

Companies that hire User Experience Designers

Some of companies hiring user experience designers include San Diego, Asana, Red Giant, Nerdery,…… [Read More]

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Mader-Clark, M. The job description handbook. Berkeley, CA: Nolo. 2008. Print.

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Chandrasekharan, V.C. Network marketing: Is it for you?. New Delhi: Sterling Publishers. 2008.
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Career When You First Started Taking Classes

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career when you first started taking classes? Now that you have performed research and written your professional plan, how have your thoughts changed?

Prior to taking COMM 150, what did you think would have been appropriate sources or research strategies? Have your thought changed? How did this influence your evaluation of the sources you have used in other research papers?

I, actually, was quite vague about the term Information Literacy and Research (ILR) and did not consider myself needing the instruction. Until now, I had thought that if I would need certain information, I would simply type it into the browser (if using the Internet) or withdraw some book from the library. I think I was also not particularly discriminatory in my sources. The author who had a PhD following his name was preferable to me, but otherwise I followed that which appealed to me and, as I later discovered,…… [Read More]

Sources

Association of College and Research Libraries (2000). Information literacy competency standards for higher education. Chicago, IL: The Association of College and Research Libraries. http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/acrl/standards/standards.pdf
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Career in the Fashion Industry Knows There

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career in the fashion industry knows, there is a lot more to designing clothes than simply having and executing a vision in fabric. There is a lot of paperwork involved in getting a design made in the professional world, and not just drawing paper. There are specific expectations that manufacturers, wholesalers, distributors, and others have in regards to what they will receive from designers and design companies, and if these expectations aren't met it will be clear both that the designer does not understand how to conduct themselves professionally, and that they do not full understand the needs of the others they are dealing with. Two things that designers must be able to prepare (and must know the difference between) are line sheets and spec sheets, which are similar in certain ways but are ultimately vastly different documents. This paper will describe the two sheets and their importance.

Spec sheets…… [Read More]

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Rubina, J. (2011). What is a clothing specification sheet? Accessed 5 February 2011. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_a_clothing_specification_sheet

Wanzo, M. (2005). What is a line sheet? Accessed 5 February 2011. http://www.fashion-incubator.com/archive/what_is_a_line_sheet/
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Research Summary

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Halcomb, Peters, and Mclennes (2015) aims at examining pre-registration nurses' experiences in community clinic assignments as well as the effect such assignment has on their education. The authors have determined that clinical assignments to community facilities may offer nursing undergraduates important opportunities for learning. The research was conducted using a qualitative study design.

The research work attempts at examining pre-registration nurses' experiences in community clinic assignments as well as the effect such assignment has on their education.

Statement of Purpose

For promoting the profession of primary healthcare, comprehending pre-registration pupils' experiences within primary care contexts at the time of clinical assignment is vital.

In spite of the observable advantages such assignment have for pupils, poor supervisor-student relationships, work climates that do not foster a sense of belonging, and the absence of adequate guidance and monitoring are proven to have strong links to exacerbated anxiety and stress levels, greater pupil attrition…… [Read More]

Reduced treatment mistakes and patient falls, together with patient perceptions of being better informed during shift change, was witnessed by researchers. The intervention incorporated a 3-hour nursing pupil handoff practicum, 2-hour clinical staff training, and a formative student assessment and feedback in the course of clinical experiences all through the 3rd semester. The pupil practicum was integrated into clinical orientation and clinical lab experience. Best practices in bedside hand-offs were addressed as well. All through the course of the practicum, emphasis was placed on the handoff receiver's active participation in safety communication (Avallone & Weideman, 2015). Numerous favorable results were recorded with regard to combined bedside nurse shift reporting practice, with a small number of downsides. Nursing outlook towards reporting during final data acquisition proved to be more favorable as compared to their outlook at the start of program implementation. If put into proper practice, bedside nurse reporting may improve patient safety results and nurse and patient satisfaction. But it is imperative to ensure nurse involvement in practice implementation and to continually check both report format uniformity and process support on nurses' and patients' part (Jecklin-Sand & Sherman, 2014).

Avallone, M., & Weideman, Y. (2015). Evaluation of a nursing handoff educational bundle to improve nursing student handoff communications: A Pilot Study. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, 65 - 75.

Jecklin-Sand, K., & Sherman, J. (2014). A quantitative assessment of patient and nurse outcomes of bedside nursing report implementation. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 2854 - 63.
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Research Articles

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Work Environment, Job Satisfaction, Stress and Burnout Among Haemodialysis Nurses

This article was authored by Hayes, Douglas, and Bonner and published in the Journal of Nursing Management in 2015. The article was selected as an example of the cross-sectional survey design.

Nursing work involves activities, tasks, and processes that may be a source of significant stress for nurses. This is particularly true for haemodialysis nurses. In the execution of their day-to-day duties, haemodialysis nurses interact with difficult patients. They also grapple with inadequate staffing, excessive workload, extended work schedules, short work breaks, as well as intricate interpersonal relationships with the other members of the multidisciplinary team. These factors may cause job stress, eventually resulting in burnout and job dissatisfaction. In some instances, the burnout may lead to turnover and even change of profession.

Statement of Purpose

The purposed of the study was to examine the perceptions of haemodialysis nurses in…… [Read More]

Key Findings

The study found that a number of factors in the workplace were responsible for stress and burnout amongst the participants. These include violent patient behavior, inability to understand the actions and needs of patients, high volume of work, overwhelming number of patients, shortage of nurses, and lack of managerial support. The study also found that individual factors were responsible for burnout, notably family problems and financial difficulties. Overall, the study concludes that there is need for personalized interventions for addressing burnout amongst psychiatric nurses. More fundamentally, the interventions should focus on all aspects of life, including work, social, and behavior. It is also important for the management to be involved in preventing burnout.

Ahanchian, M., Meshkinyazd, A., & Soudmand, P. (2015). Nurses burnout in psychiatric wards. Fundamental of Health, 260-264.
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Career in Sports Nutrition Including the Background

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career in sports nutrition, including the background necessary for the career, the necessary education, and job opportunities for sports nutritionists. Sports nutritionists can help people from every way of life lead healthier, happier lives. A professional sports nutritionist studies nutritional needs, weight maintenance, and even eating disorders so they can understand the nutritional problems American's face, and help them make the right eating decisions for their own specific needs. ith the growing problem of obesity in America, it is clear sports nutritionists will become even more valuable in the future. Today, they are an essential and integral part of modern sports exercise, and as the nutritional needs of our society continue to alter, nutritionists will play an even more important role in our healthy lives.

Sports nutrition is a relatively new field, and so many professionals are creating their own opportunities in many areas of exercise science and related sports…… [Read More]

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Kornspan, A.S., Duve, M.A., Maccracken, M.J., & Buckenmeyer, P.J. (2002). Career opportunities in sport and exercise among college students. College Student Journal, 36(3), 367+.
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Career That Requires Mathematics and Uses it Often

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Actuaries

The Jobs ated Almanac has printed five editions from 1998 to 2001 (Society of Actuaries, n.d.). In two of these editions, "actuary" was rated as the best career in terms of environment, income, employment, outlook, physical demands, security, and stress. In two other editions, "actuary" was rated as the second best career. In only one other edition was it rated fourth. The data used to calculate these findings came from trade association and industry group studies, as well as government sources such as the U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. Bureau of Labour and Statistics. In addition, Actuaries were rated number six by PayScale.com in terms of highest salary (Braverman & Jeffries, 2009). The average actuary makes around $129,000 a year and a top actuary make around $257,000. This paper will further explore the role and purpose of an actuary, the use of mathematics within this career, and how…… [Read More]

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Braverman, B. & Jeffries, A. (2009, December 1). Top-paying jobs. CNNMoney.com. Retrieved from http://finance.yahoo.com/personal-finance/article/108264/top-paying-jobs.

Department of Mathematics. (n.d.). Actuarial studies. University of Texas at Austin.

Retrieved from: http://www.ma.utexas.edu/dev/actuarial.

Kouba, D. (n.d.). Why choose a mathematics-related profession? University of California.
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Career Path of Being an Entrepreneur in

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career path of being an entrepreneur in the health and fitness industry. In pursuing my career in the field of health and fitness I aim to open a personal training studio that offers the clients personalized care and approach and helps them to stay fit and healthy along with alleviating the stress and pressures of day-to-day life.

As also discussed in detail in part one, my marketing objectives and business plan is quite clear, whereby during the first 12 months of my career I would like to start and own a fitness and training center offering various specialized health and fitness services to my clients. I would also provide my clients with value added services like physical therapy and rehabilitation services.

As far as the three-year approach is considered, after the three years of my business I see myself approaching new markets and expanding my clientele and business in various…… [Read More]

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Active Marketing Group (2007). Health Club Industry Review. [report] Active Marketing Group.

Biz Plan Corner (2013). Sample Business Plan. [report] Miami: Biz Plan Corner.

Bizplancorner.com (2013). Sample Fitness Center Business Plan Free | Gym & Health Club Business Plan Example. [online] Retrieved from:    http://www.bizplancorner.com/fitness-business-plan.aspx    [Accessed: 27 Oct 2013].

Fitness.gov (2013). Facts & Statistics - President's Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition. [online] Retrieved from: http://www.fitness.gov/resource-center/facts-and-statistics / [Accessed: 27 Oct 2013].
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Career in 2008 I Knew Right Away

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career in 2008, I knew right away that I would undertake a major course of study in pharmacy and have since been completely dedicated to my field. Within two years of matriculating, I became a trainee at the King Fahad Medical City Hospital, where I worked in both inpatient and outpatient pharmacies. After the six weeks of training, I had a much clearer vision of how I wished to develop and apply my skills as a pharmacist in the future. Witnessing the direct interactions between pharmacist, medical care team, and patient, I have become passionate about all elements of pharmaceutical research. I have also become keenly aware of the connections between pharmaceutical research as a business endeavor and the need to provide pharmaceutical interventions to the global population, especially those who lack access to medical care. An advanced degree in the United Kingdom provides me with the thorough indoctrination into…… [Read More]

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Profession and Transferable Skills

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oles in Environmental and Social Sustainability

The field of environmental and social sustainability is characterized by different roles and responsibilities that are accomplished by various professionals in the field. As evident in previous analysis, environmental and social sustainability is wide given the varying components of this profession. The broad nature of the profession is evident in the fact that people in this sector are trained on various aspects including sustainable, economic, environmental, social, and economic development. In essence, environmental and social sustainability is a broad discipline that provides students with insights regarding various aspects of the human world including business, technology, social sciences, and the environment (Environmental Science, 2015). It is important to identify a specific role and pursue it in order to be successful in the field of environmental and social sustainability.

Correlation of oles in this Discipline

As previously mentioned, the field of environmental and social sustainability has…… [Read More]

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AccountAbility. (2012). Certification as a Sustainability Assurance Practitioner. Retrieved January 21, 2016, from http://www.accountability.org/images/content/5/5/554/Criteria%20for%20CSAP%20Programme.pdf

Binghamton University. (n.d.). Transferable Skills. Retrieved from State University of New York website: https://www.binghamton.edu/ccpd/quick-reference-guides/transferable-skills.pdf

Environmental Science. (2015). What is Sustainability and Why is it Important? Retrieved January 21, 2016, from http://www.environmentalscience.org/sustainability

Hamilton, J. (2012, August). Is a Sustainability Career on Your Green Horizon? Retrieved from U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics website: http://www.bls.gov/green/sustainability/sustainability.pdf
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Research on the Benefits of a College Degree

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Benefits Obtaining a College Degree

ecently, students have been paying huge amounts of money to attend a college but earned less upon graduation (Arai, 1998). Such trends have caused many observers to question if a college degree is a worthwhile investment. To be precise, college students endure the following expenses: supplies such as textbooks, tuition fees, food, and room and board among others. Supplies, tuition fees and books are the direct costs of education, but board and room are indirect costs as they are incurred to sustain a subsistence level of education. Besides the above, opportunity cost is one of the most important costs as these students forgo earnings while in school. While it is categorized under indirect costs, it accounts for nearly 40% of the total college degree costs (eynolds et al. 2007). In addition to the above costs that students endure, a college education is also associated with…… [Read More]

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Arai, K. (1998). Economics of Education: An Analysis of College-Going Behavior. New York: Springer-Verlaq

Gratz, D. B. (2009). The Peril and Promise of Performance Pay: Making Education Compensation Work. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Education.

McIntyre, L. J. (2005). Need To Know: Social Science Research Methods. Boston: McGraw-Hill.

Reynolds, L. G., Masters, S. H., & Moser, C. H. (2007). Economics of Labor. Englewood Cliffs, N.J: Prentice Hall
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Administrative Code Governing Career Service Employees

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Career Service Employees

According to the law, all employees are to be paid for their services, while overtime in all cases is also subject to some sort of compensation, either by means of payment or by means of compensatory leave. The circumstances under which each type of remuneration should occur vary among employee types. What this means is that all employees who offer overtime work should be compensated in some way. The Florida Administrative Code also provides for this type of compensation for various employee types (Martin, 2010). Compensatory leave can therefore be defined as "time off from work in compensation for irregular or occasional overtime work…" (CompesationBL, 2003).

According to the general rules for compensation, the directors' complaints are therefore valid. They are also valide in terms of the Florida Administrative Code (Stutler, 2006). According to Stutler (2006), Special Compensatory Leave can be awarded to Career Service employees in…… [Read More]

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Compensation.BLR. (2011). Compensation Management. Retrieved from:  http://compensation.blr.com/whitepapers/Compensation/Employee-Overtime/Comp-Time-Future-Possibilities-Current-Realities-/ 

Martin, D.W. (2010, Dec.) Payroll and Personnel Administrative Processes At Selected State Agencies. State Of Florida Auditor General. Retrieved from:  http://www.myflorida.com/audgen/pages/pdf_files/2011-069.pdf 

Stutler, D.J. (2006, Jan 19.) Excess Work Hours/Overtime Procedure. Retrieved from: http://www2.dot.state.fl.us/proceduraldocuments/procedures/bin/250010005.pdf
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Interview on a Specific Career

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Career Profile: Investigative Reporter

hether it was reading my younger sister's diary or spying on my crazy neighbors whom I was convinced were axe murders, I have always had a natural calling for being a sleuth. In addition to my voyeuristic ways, I am also interested in current events and politics. As a result of these interests, I am interested in a career as an investigative reporter.

I interviewed Jilda Unruh, an Emmy winning investigative reporter at PLG Channel 10 in Miami, FL, for some inside information on her line of work. As for preparation for the field, she said, " A solid, diverse education is more important than any particular major. Investigative reporting covers such a broad spectrum of topics that one must be comfortable in a variety for subjects." Ms. Unruh did not major in journalism, but said the writing and fact-finding skills taught in most undergraduate programs…… [Read More]

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"Career Profile: Journalism." The Princeton Review Online.



"The International Consortium of Investigative Reporters." The Center for Public Integrity Project.

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Aspects of Career Counceling

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Career counseling is not limited to a particular trade or skill or type of people but includes a wide range of individuals who possess all kinds of skills, passions, and values as well as career motivations. In this paper, we investigate the practical applicability of Super's Developmental Self-Concept Theory-based model for career counseling. This theory or model of counseling encompasses the entire lifespan of an individual and divides it into a number of segments. This paper tries to understand how each of the stages identifies the needs and aspirations of individual clients and sets a benchmark that best suits the needs in every stage. This theory is based on self-concept and hence is applicable at an individual level. The paper also looks into the possible assessment tests for career counseling. Such tests are based on personality or psychology of a client, the interest of that individual and the aptitude of…… [Read More]

References

Coogan, P. & Chen, C. (2007). Career development and counseling for women: Connecting theories to practice. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 20(2), 191-204. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09515070701391171

James Chopra, K. (2005). Finding True North: How to Help Clients Find A Fulfilling Career Path. Psychotherapy Networker, 29(3), 2-14.

Kelley, K. (2015). You want to help someone find a career? Psyccritiques, 60(21). http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0039062

Lytle, M., Foley, P., & Cotter, E. (2015). Career and Retirement Theories: Relevance for Older Workers Across Cultures. Journal Of Career Development, 42(3), 185-198. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0894845314547638
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Reintegrating Job Design and Career Theory Creating

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Reintegrating job design and career theory: Creating not just good jobs but smart jobs explores the relationship between how a job is designed and its effect on a person's overall career development. This is accomplished by discussing Career Theory and its relationship to Job Design, but also by reversing the thought process and exploring the relationship between Job Design and Career Theory. Finally the authors use their research and recommend a course of action: the creation of jobs that are both designed to provide personal fulfillment but also aid in the development of a long-term career.

The authors begin the article with a review of the relevant research that has already been conducted on the subject with a view towards how the fields of Job Design and Career Theory came to be. They also discuss the relationship between the terms "job" and "career;" how both relate to a person's work…… [Read More]

Works Cited

Hall, Douglas T., and Miera Las Heras. "Reintegrating job design and career theory:

Creating not just good jobs but smart jobs." Journal of Organizational Behavior

31 (2010): 448-462. Web. 15 Feb. 2014.
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Training Effective Training for Career

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Perhaps the most compelling finding in the study by Kotey & Folker is that which denotes that in early growth stages, family firms will actually tend to demonstrate a greater formality in training approaches than will nonfamily firms. Ultimately though, the research finds that size is a major driver of how training strategies are designed. This supports the notion that training must largely be constructed with the specific characteristics of the hiring organization as the foremost determinant.

A good training process will not only offer education and instruction on performing in one's responsibilities and working within company procedural norms, but it should also help to demonstrate the value system of the company, to convey its ethical priorities, to induce a sense of belonging within its culture and to reinforce a consistency of company identity. This means that certain company characteristics must be captured through the training process in addition to…… [Read More]

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eCornell. (2010). Best Practices in Employee Development. www.ecornell.com/enterprise

Kotey, B. & Folker, C. (2007). Employee Training in SMEs: Effect of Size and Firm Type -- Family and Nonfamily. Journal of Small Business Management, 45(2), 214-238.

OHR. (2002). Employee Performance Evaluation: Procedures Guide. East Tennessee State University.
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Job Outing This Research Was Done to

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Job Outing

This research was done to identify any relationship to job satisfaction and a recent company outing to Camp Feel Good. Essentially, the manager is doing this experiment to determine how effective Camp Feel Good attendance is on employee's attitudes.

u1= mean of employees who attended meeting and did not increase job satisfaction u0 = mean of employees who attended meeting and increased job satisfaction

u1 > u0

Null: H0: u1 / u0

Meeting attendance: This variable is discrete since it can either be yes or no, with no in between. This is a quantitative measurement and is the independent variable.

Job Satisfaction Score: This variable is continuous and is nominal. It is a qualitative variable that needs to be converted to understand its meaning. It is the dependent variable in this analysis.

Descriptive Statistics

The descriptive statistics infer some important points about the research question posed.

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Week 3 SPSS Output. Provided by student.

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Gaps Between the Academic Research and Practitioner

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gaps between the academic research and practitioner knowledge with respect to HR that are identified by Saari & Judge (2004) are: "the cause of employee attitudes, the results of positive or negative job satisfaction and how to measure and influence employee attitudes." The authors note this in context of the lack of understanding in practice with respect to employee satisfaction. Employers do not fully understand how employee satisfaction arises (cause of employee attitudes). They also have a lack of knowledge about the outcomes associated with positive or negative job satisfaction. Some employers believe that happy workers are more productive, others disagree. Practitioners generally do not know the answer and are not familiar with current research in the area. The authors assert that practitioners generally are not able to measure employee attitudes, much less influence them.

Saari and Judge point out that academic research has more or less answered each of…… [Read More]

Works Cited:

Saari, L & Judge, T. (2004) Employee attitudes and job satisfaction. Human Resource Management. Vol. 43 (4) 395-407.
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Culture Gender and Social Status on Career

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Culture, Gender, and Social Status on Career Choices

Complete a peer-reviewed literature search aging adulthood. The search include

Career patterns of individuals are directly and indirectly influenced by several factors. Culture, gender and social status are but a few of these factors. Culture and beliefs affect the career choices of individuals and there is a huge disparity between the career choices of men and women which arise from the participation of women being below parity as compared to that of men. There is a need to increase the awareness and understanding of individuals on the barriers to the achievement of greater opportunities and this is why it is important to understand the impact of culture, gender and social status on career choices.

Culture

esearch has shown that there is a strong relation between culture and career choices. The aspects of culture that have been examined are attitude towards religion and…… [Read More]

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Auyeung, P.A.K., & Sands, J. (1997). Factors influencing accounting students' career choice: a cross-cultural validation study. Accounting Education, 6(1), 13-23. doi: 10.1080/096392897331596

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Eccles, J.S., & Wigfield, A. (1995). In the mind of the achiever: The structure of adolescents academic achievement -- related beliefs and self-perceptions. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 21, 215-225.

Lopez, F.G., & Andrews, S. (1987). Career indecision: A family systems perspective. Journal of Counselling and Development 71, 560-569.
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User Needs Research Purposive Subject

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Question: Does Craigslist make it difficult to find a new job because of its navigation?

Both 1 and 3 felt this was the case. "It's a mish-mash" of positions and makes it difficult to find exactly the job of interest is what 1 said. Both felt that a more complete search functionality would be very useful. 3 felt that the lack of personalization mad4e it a matter of luck to find a job of interest that precisely would match her need.

Question: What would you change about the navigation of Craigslist to make it easier to use for job search?

1 said that a multi-tier search with attributes that could be defined by the user would be excellent, and 3 felt that having a relative measure of the trustworthiness of the posting and verification would be useful. Both felt that in its current state the website had limited value yet…… [Read More]

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Bernoff, J., & Li, C.. (2008). Harnessing the Power of the Oh-So-Social Web. MIT Sloan Management Review, 49(3), 36-42.

Finkel, E. (2009). NOT JUST FOR APARTMENTS AND USED GUITARS. ABA Journal, 95(7), 30, 32.

Sindhuja, P., & Dastidar, S.. (2009). Impact of the Factors Influencing Website Usability on User Satisfaction. IUP Journal of Management Research, 8(12), 54-66.

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HR Research Requirements There Are

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Without adapting both instruments and the analyses of responses based on some level of assessment of the cultural values and interpretations, results (especially from qualitative research instruments such as the proposed questionnaires and interviews that will be most effective in this research) are likely to be less accurate and are certain to be less meaningful to the organization in question (Stahl & Bjorkman 2006). Taking into account cultural diversity as well as other types of personal values and beliefs that might affect results is necessary to ensure that the information collected is reliable and remains meaningful through interpretation (Stahl & Bjorkman 2006).

There are also other more mundane factors that must be controlled in order to ensure that adequate amounts of reliable information are gathered in the research process. Proper foresight and knowledge regarding statistical techniques and demands during the gathering of data is necessary, such that reliable conclusions can…… [Read More]

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Bharracharyya, D. (2007). Human resource research methods. New York: Oxford University Press.

HR Guide. (2001). Job analysis. Accessed 31 January 2011.  http://www.hr-guide.com/data/G012.htm 

Stahl, G. & Bjorkman, I. (2006). Handbook of research in international human resource management. Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing.
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Sociology -- Research When Someone

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It is something that has to be addressed and dealt with, especially with troops coming back from overseas with all kinds of brain injuries and other problems. The Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) is one of the best places to get the job guidance and assessment that a person with a brain injury needs so that person can go on to be a more productive member of society. A correlation study was utilized in this particular article so that the assessments and other concerns could be addressed and it could be determined which of them had something to do with how easily a person could be employed and how much that person made, and which ones did not. Although some of the variables were more significant than others when it came to whether a person could be gainfully employed and perform at a level equal to those without a brain injury,…… [Read More]

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Business Research I Would Advise

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The interview setting was likely a poor choice because it not only reduces the perception of anonymity but it also gives the respondents more opportunity to be evasive. I would advise Mary conduct such research in a written format, which minimizes opportunities for evasion and maximizes the perception of anonymity.

3. I would suggest to Mary that part of the reason the HR manager is hostile is because part of the intent of the study is to question whether the Human Resources department is "aware of some of the gendered cultural processes at work in their companies." Thus, the research is attempting to show that HR is not doing its job, or not doing it well enough. That the research was not cleared with the HR Director first only exacerbates this problem. Mary's first step before conducting the surveys should have been to discuss the issue with the HR Director…… [Read More]

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Interest A Research in Human

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The data collection methods

Questionnaires effectively aid in data collection. To capture the right data, it must be well organised and prepared. The variables required in the result must be prepared well in advance for they guide the researcher on how to frame the questionnaire. The questions in it must be clear and simple to avert confusing the respondent. A time frame should set on the duration a respondent should stay with the questionnaire. The mode of its distribution should be established to ensure only the relevant responds receive it.

Another data collection method to be employed will be oral interviews. The interview question should be prepared in advance with reference to the variables required. Good interviewer training is necessary for it prepares him on how to ask the questions and manage the interviewee.

Possible methods of data analysis

A thorough data analysis process is crucial for effective data analysis.…… [Read More]

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Personal Theory of Career and

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Gushue, Clarke, Pantzer, et al., (2006) examine the application of social cognitive theories to career counseling, reporting that self-efficacy is a pertinent issue in this process. In particular, these authors report that:

Career decision making self-efficacy refers to the degree to which individuals feel confident in their ability to successfully engage in tasks associated with making a career choice and with commitment to a career. It has also been observed that career-related self-efficacy in general may prove to be an important element in formulating a model of career development...(p. 308).

Gushue and coworkers go on to argue that when career self-efficacy is high, individuals are more assertive in the career counseling process. Thus, by developing career self-efficacy, career counselors can effectively improve interactions with clients and facilitate a greater understanding of client needs with respect to career decision making.

Applying this to the larger context of social learning theory, it…… [Read More]

References

Arbona, C. (2000). Practice and research in career counseling and development -- "1999. Career Development Quarterly, 49(2), 98-134.

Flores, L.Y., Scott, a.B., Wang, Y.W., et al., (2003). Annual review: Practice and research in career counseling and development -- "2002. Career Development Quarterly, 52, 98-131.

Germeijs, V., Verschueren, K., Soenens, B. (2006). Indecisiveness and high school students' career decision making process: Longitudinal associations and the mediational role of anxiety. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 53(4), 397-410.

Giannantonio, G.M., & Hurley-Hanson, a.E. (2006). Applying image norms across Super's career development stages. Career Development Quarterly, 54(4), 318-330.
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Security Career

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security career is varied, offering people wishing to pursue this option with jobs like security guard, loss prevention specialist, crossing guard, deputy sheriff, even security management specialists. The cross fields and some need special training as well as a degree for a person to gain access too, not to mention, some jobs requires prior experience, at least one year. With that said, the most in demand and easy to apply and access job in the security career field is loss prevention specialist. Although it can be hard at times to catch suspected shoplifters, it will teach the person working the job, how to spot suspected criminal activity and learn how to properly detain and question criminal suspects.

Often this kind of job only requires a high school diploma and doesn't need long-term training. Furthermore, the hours are not long unless the person elects to work for a 24-hour store, which…… [Read More]

References

Fischer, R.J., & Green, G. (2012). Introduction to Security (9th Ed.). Amsterdam: Butterworth-Heinemann.

Nemeth, C.P. (2005). Private security and the law. Amsterdam: Elsevier Butterworth Heinemann.
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Collin Powell Career Incorporating the Book of

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Collin Powell career incorporating the book of the seven habits of highly effective people with the leadership secrets of Colin Powell using his leadership examples.

Born on 5 April 1937 in United States, Colin Powell became the 65th secretary of states in the U.S. General Powell was an open-minded member to the party of Republican. This took place between 2001 and 2005 under George W. Bush presidency. Apart from Powell being the General of the Army of the United States, he also performed the duties of national security advisor from 1987 up to 1989. Another of his achievement is that he chaired the joint chief of staff and raise to be the highest ranked African-American government official. This made a mark in the history of the United States (Wallace & Gravells, 2006).

Adolescence

In Colin Powell's bibliography, few citations support the idea of Powell undergoing adolescence. His story is not…… [Read More]

Levine, S.R., & Crom, M.A. (2008). The leader in you: How to win friends, influence people and succeed in a changing. Simon & Schus.

Reece, B.L., & Brandt, R. (2008). Effective human relations: Personal and organizational applications. Boston, Mass. [u.a.: Houghton Mifflin.

Wallace, S., & Gravells, J. (2006). A to Z. For every manager in FE. London: Continuum.
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Motivation Experimental Research on Motivation Among the

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Motivation

Experimental Research on Motivation

Among the psychological variables discussed, motivation is the psychological variable that I have the most interest in, primarily because it helps uncover the 'mystery' of why we are drive to successfully accomplish tasks and activities. Motivation is at the center of every individual who makes a decision to commit an action or behavior; it develops within the individual the willingness to commit to change through his/her own actions. Whether or not the motivation was positively generated, motivation remains a key component to understanding the human psyche.

Take as an example weight loss or diet programs. These programs are anchored on the premise that given the correct motivation, individuals can successfully achieve weight loss. Weight programs are driven only by two important factors: the trainer's support to the individual in the program, developing the right motivation in him/her, and the individual's motivation to successfully finish the…… [Read More]

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Teaching Assistants Research Assistants and

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Case Study 6.3 - "Unilateral Work Rule Changes"

The deceptively simple zipper clause included in the labor contract is profoundly powerful in its effects, or would be so if the legal exceptions of such a clause were not so prohibitive of its seeming intent. The clause is not especially complex, and means exactly what it says -- except for instances explicitly specified by he contract, no further bargaining is needed or can be required until the termination/expiration of the contract as "all the bargainable issues for the term thereof" have been definitively addressed by the contract. When both parties (i.e. labor and management) sign this contract, it is intended to mean that both parties are agreeing that all bargainable issues have been dealt with, and that therefore no more bargaining is necessary.

In reality, however, the full scope of the clauses' stated powers cannot be enforced due to existing legal…… [Read More]

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Multicultural Workplace Research Abstract Review the Research

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Multicultural Workplace esearch: Abstract eview

The research study entitled, "The impact on the cultural diversity to employees' job satisfaction between mainland China and Taiwan: a comparison of Taiwanese invested companies" by Chuan-Cheng Wu and Yu-Chen Chiang (2007) looked into the effect of cultural diversity to employees' satisfaction among mainland Chinese and Taiwanese employees. In the abstract of the research article, the authors shared key points about their research, although details provided were incomplete. Among the research details shared in the abstract were the research topic, research question, participant groups in the study and a summary of the key findings. However, among items not specifically included were the following: methodology, analyses used, and a conclusion that ultimately tells the readers the main result of the study.

eviewing the research article, these missing details about the research are identified. To develop a complete abstract for the study, these gaps must be addressed…… [Read More]

Reference

Wu, C. And Y. Chiang. (2007). "The impact on the cultural diversity to employees' job satisfaction between mainland China and Taiwan: a comparison of Taiwanese invested companies." International Journal of Human Resource Management, Vol. 18, No. 4.
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Federal and State Websites State Federal Research Project

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Federal and State Websites

State/Federal Research Project

State Websites

Employment raining Panel

Employment training panel (EP) is a business and labor supported Californian State agency, which funds the vocational training costs. EP clearly outlines its programs, and can only involve in fund provision for training employers who are subject to the payment of Employment raining ax. he eligible entities in this case may include single employers who are subject to the UI (unemployment insurance tax), and holding a California Employment Account with a prefix number of 699 or below. Similarly, a group of employers may be eligible. Such groups include Joint Apprenticeship Committees, Chambers of Commerce, Economic Development Corporations and rade Associations. raining Agencies come in as the third group, including educational institutions such as university foundations, community colleges, adult schools, or the regional occupational programs. Additionally, workforce investment boards also contribute in the list of the primary audience to…… [Read More]

This board was established under an Executive Order in response to the decree from the federal Workforce Investment Act of 1998. The board aids the Governor to set and guide policies within the field of workforce development. The governor appoints all the board members, representing the multifaceted workforce including labor, business, higher education, public education, youth activities, economic developments, training, employment, as well as the legislature. This website thereby addresses all members of the public from the entire nation as its audience. The Board conducts meetings on a regular basis, an event during which it encourages the public to attend workforce meetings, and to be positive towards every individual's line of career or work. Inclusively, the website encloses everyone, especially the adults within any area of workforce together with the youths within Youth Associations, which inspire and model them towards their lines of career.

The State Board (California Workforce Investment Board) assists the Governor to set and guide state policies within the workforce development area. The board is responsible for assisting the governor perform the required duties and responsibilities by the federal Workforce Investment Act-1998. The Board thereby formulates a strategic plan that directs its activities in the provision of guidance and support to the statewide system of workforce investment. The Board has got an executive branch agency known as the LWDA (Labor and Workforce Development Agency) that oversees seven main departments, panels, and boards that serve the Californian businesses and employees/workers. Moreover, the board ensures assistance and support to small businesses within California. It created a system of Small Business Liaison that assists business owners and employers through job trainings and hiring employees. The liaison responds to complaints from small businesses and reports the concerns of small businesses to the Secretary of Labor and Workforce Development Agency.

The California Workforce Investment Board accrues its funds from a number of sources including grants, tax credits, rebates and reimbursements. Grants come from diverse sources including the automotive industry of transportation and logistics. The hybrid bus and truck voucher incentive projects accelerates the deployment of firsthand hybrid and zero emission buses and trucks. As at October 2012, the program had fund approximation of $18 million. As well, it gets funds provided for the cleaner prerequisite engines, equipment as well as other pollution sources that address the reduction of extra or early emissions. Alternatively, funds from the tax credits equal the percentage of wage payments to the qualified employees.
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Ethical Standards in Research Has

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Moreover, the researcher who falsifies the data is prone to legal action as has been the case in the past when researchers have falsified research results (Normile C, 2006). Therefore, in order to deal with this grave issue, it is important to ensure that the data being incorporated in the research paper has been properly handled and it is being reported correct. Ensuring this would satisfy the ethical standards of scientific research to a very high extent, as there would then be no repercussions for the author of the research paper (CA & GL, 2000).

Mistakes and Negligence

Each research study is susceptible to error. The errors in scientific research are either caused by mistake or negligence. There are various factors that contribute to these mistakes during the research process. The prime reason being that the researchers are basically humans. They are bound by limitations such as limited resources and…… [Read More]

Bibliography

Allen, T.D. (2007). Mentoring relationships from the perspective of the mentor. In B.R. Ragins, & K.E. Kram, The handbook of mentoring at work: Theory, research, and practice (pp. 123-147). SAGE Publications, Inc. .

Bird, S.J. (2001). Mentors, advisors and supervisors: Their role in teaching responsible research conduct. Science and Engineering Ethics (7), 455-468.

CA, M., & GL, L. (2000). Research ethics: ethical issues of data reporting and the quest for authenticity. Acad Emerg Med. 7(6), 691-4.

Franklin G. Miller, P. a. (2008). Quality-Improvement Research and Informed Consent. N Engl J. Med (358), 765-767.
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Role of Research Problem in Choosing an

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role of research problem in choosing an appropriate methodology. It also presents the research questions, methodology, and design that can be used by the researcher to analyze the research problem and proceed with his research study. The third section of the paper identifies two major qualities of team leaders that contribute to successful leadership and explains strategies that organization leaders can implement to develop these two qualities in their team leaders in order to achieve maximum performance. The paper also explains some advantages and disadvantages of these leadership skills or qualities.

Vietnam -- The Economy, Marketing Landscape, and Brand Perception of Consumers

Economic System and Macro-Economic Environment of Vietnam and its esponse to Globalization:

After the recent financial crisis hit the world markets, Vietnamese economy revived itself and became a market-oriented economy (Vietnam Centre for Economic and Policy esearch, 2010). All its manufacturing, industrial, and trade sectors have seen tremendous…… [Read More]

References

Atchariyachanvanich, K., & Okada, H. (2007). "How Consumer Lifestyles Affect Purchasing Behavior: Evidence from Internet Shopping in Japan," Journal of Entrepreneurship Research, 2 (2): 63-78.

Basefsky, M., Maxwell, J.L., Post, A. & Turner, B.G. (2004). "Manager to Manager - What Are the Five Most Important Qualities of an Effective Leader?," Journal American Water Works Association, 96 (7): 34-36.

Bennis, W.G. 2009, On Becoming a Leader, 20th Anniversary Edition. New York: Basic Books.

Bernthal, P. & Wellins, R. (2006). "Trends in Leader Development and Succession," Academic journal article from Human Resource Planning, 29 (2): 5-9.
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Value of Developing an Electronic Career Portfolio

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Value of Developing an Electronic Career Portfolio

An electronic portfolio happens to be an interactive online approach which enables one to provide a complete review of one's achievements, abilities as well as experiences. It is a space in which one is able to put together one's own resume as well as samples of one's work for potential business employers. E-portfolio pages of content vary from social media websites like MySpace or even Facebook. An e-portfolio goes beyond a traditional resume, offering a range of details about one's qualifications and abilities in more than a single medium. It could consist of papers, pictures, as well as videos, amongst other options (owh, 2008). The goal of this paper is to evaluate the importance of creating a digital career portfolio also known as an e-portfolio.

Evaluation

An e-portfolio is surely an online showcase of one's abilities and skills. It is particularly geared to…… [Read More]

References

Grasz, J. (2013).Thirty-seven percent of companies use social networks to research potential job candidates, according to new CareerBuilder Survey. Career Builder. Taken from: http://www.careerbuilder.com/share/aboutus/pressreleasesdetail.aspx?id=pr691&sd=4%2F18%2F2012&ed=4%2F18%2F2099

Haag, S., Cummings, M., McCubbrey, D., Pinsonneault, A., Donovan, R. (2006). Management Information Systems for the Information Age. Building an E-portfolio (XLM-J). Toronto: Mcgraw-Hill.

Kwoh, L. (2012). Beware: Potential Employers Are Watching You: the spread of social media has given hiring companies a whole new list of gaffes to look for. The Wall Street Journal. Taken from: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10000872396390443759504577631410093879278.html

Rowh, M. (2008). Building an E-Portfolio. Career World 37(3), 26.
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Electronics Engineer Occupation -- Overview

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Technical: Three years' experience in the testing, calibration and repair of electrical equipment; ability to work under limited supervision; ability to read circuit maps and find work locations from them Strong computer skills including Windows 2000 and most Office products.

8) Design Engineer, Garmin International

Design and develop electronic circuits, equipment, systems, and products.

Technical: Previous work or internship experience with circuit design for consumer or aviation products; relevant experience with test equipment and software tools for electronics design, testing and documentation

Educational: Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering

9) Electronics Technician, Unknown firm in Kokomo

Applies electrical theory and related knowledge to test and modify developmental or operational machinery and electrical control equipment and circuitry.

Educational; Degree in Electronics

10) Digital Electronics Engineer, Aerospace Corp.

Provide technical expertise in the areas digital electronics and digital systems engineering including digital signal processing, ranging from baseband to high-speed…… [Read More]

References

Institute of Electric and Electronic Engineers. Retrieved January 28, 2008  http://www.ieeeusa.org/about/activities.asp 

GE. Retrieved January 28, 2008. http://www.ge.com/company/businesses/factsheets/grc.html

U.S. Department of Labor. Occupational Handbook. Retrieved January 28, 2008. http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos027.htm#earnings
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Business Law Re Career Institute

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Further, CIA should incorporate as a closely held corporation. Although they will still have to create officers, have annual meetings, and issue shares, this can all be done privately. In other words, the founder will be able to maintain his close involvement by being the sole shareholder and performing all the officer roles.

In order to ensure that the instructors are hired as independent contractors, CIA should take the following steps:

Have every instructor sign a contract clearly labeled "Independent Contractor."

Have all instructors turn in a W9 form, the standard federal tax form for independent contractors.

In the contract, clearly lay out that each instructor is not an employee, will not receive any employee benefits, that the agreement may be terminated at any time and have it signed as "Independent…… [Read More]

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Hidden Job Market Planning a Career in

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Hidden Job Market

Planning a career in human resource management takes someone who understands people and how to work with them. Even with that ability, it is not always easy to tap into the "hidden" job market of unadvertised jobs that are only given to people because of others who know them. These hidden jobs are not found online or in the newspaper, but are passed down through word of mouth and offered to people that are already part of an organization, group, culture, or "inner circle." With that being the case, the real concern for anyone is how to get into that inner circle so that he or she is able to get the kinds of jobs that are needed and/or desired. In order to be successful in the hidden job market, networking is the key - but there are several ways to use networking. The main ideas behind…… [Read More]

References

Bradt, G., Vonnegut, M. (2009). Onboarding: How to get your new employees up to speed in half the time. New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Bradt, G., Check, J., Pedraza, J. (2009). The new leader's 100-day action plan. New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Job-Hunt.org. (2011). http://www.job-hunt.org/hiddenjobmarket.shtml
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Workplace Feedback Research Essay as a Catering

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Workplace Feedback Research Essay

As a catering manager in a hospital, explain why feedback is important to improve communication and the performance of your team and also compare the effectiveness of different types of feedback used in your workplace.

Research Essay, Main ody

As a catering manager in a hospital, one of my key responsibilities is to bolster every employee's performance. Supervisors like me have an active role in managing associate performance and development.

My employees need to know how their individual efforts contribute to the hospital overall success and to their personal career growth.

Feedback is the provision of specific information about an employee's performance based on observations by a supervisor that may include positive recognition or constructive feedback. Argano, Matt, Effective Feedback in the Workplace, Society of Human Resource Management, shrm.org, April 4, 2006

Feedback provides a connection between the employee's and company's goals, and communication of performance…… [Read More]

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Argano, Matt, Effective Feedback in the Workplace, Society of Human Resource Management, shrm.org, April 4, 2006

Bales, Richard, On Giving Workplace Feedback, Workplace Prof Blog, Salmon P. Chase School of Law, June 23, 2010
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Nursing Education Nursing Profession

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Nursing Profession: Nursing Education

Quality initiatives, magnet status, and patient safety require that nurses practice on the basis of professionalism at all times. Owing to the rapid changes in practice and knowledge facing the profession, the specialty of school nursing has embarked on efforts to articulate its value in the educational arena. The specialty and the profession are maturing, and nurses are beginning to make their scopes of practice, and roles more clear. Changes in demand and expectations have, however, spurred a shortage of qualified nurse educators, which is threatening to destabilize the quality of care. The nurse educator role requires that an individual undergoes preparation (specialized), and be actively involved in the implementation of strategies "that will serve to retain a qualified nurse educator workforce" (NLN, 2002). However, the looming crisis is impacting on this course of action; the gap between work hours and resources is widening, impacting negatively…… [Read More]

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Masters, K. (2014). Role Development: In Professional Nursing Practice (3rd ed.). Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett Learning.

McAllister, M.M. (2012). Challenges Facing Nursing education in Australia. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, 2(1), 20-27.

NLN. (2002). The Voice for Nursing Education. The National League for Nursing. Retrieved 18 June 2014 from http://www.nln.org/aboutnln/PositionSTatements/prepofnursed02.htm

Redman, R.W. & Lenburg, C.B. & Walker, P.H. (1999). Competency Assessment: Methods for Development and Implementation in Nursing Education. The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, 4(2), Manuscript 3. Retrieved 18 June 2014 from  http://www.nursingworld.org/nursingcompetencies
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John Woo's American Career

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John Woo

After a fairly lucrative career in Hollywood, film director John Woo has returned to Hong Kong to continue making movies. While in the United States. Woo directed several successful films, including Face/Off with Oscar award-winning actor Nicholas Cage. Some refer to his American films as being "terrible" (Middlebrook 1) and "disappointing" (Leong), while others claim that his departure from Hollywood was a "loss to us all," (Leigh 1). Undoubtedly Woo has left an impact on American cinema, given the polarizing opinions regarding his legacy this side of the Pacific.

Woo's first American movie was Hard Target, produced in 1993 and starring Jean-Claude Van Damme. After this American directorial debut, Woo remained firmly in the action genre. Hunt claims that Hard Target proved that Woo is one of the most "underrated director of actors," in that he coaxed grand performances out of Van Damme and his character's nemesis, played…… [Read More]

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Coonan, Clifford. "Beijing: John Woo Talks U.S.-China Collaboration." The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved online: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/beijing-john-woo-talks-us-696225

Harmetz, Aljean. "Toning Down, John Woo Earns his Hollywood R." The New York Times. Retrieved online: http://www.nytimes.com/1993/08/15/movies/film-toning-down-john-woo-earns-his-hollywood-r.html

Hunt, Drew. "Weekly Top Five: Best of John Woo." The Bleader. Retrieved online: http://www.chicagoreader.com/Bleader/archives/2014/01/26/weekly-top-five-the-best-of-john-woo

Leigh, Danny. "The View: John Woo's Departure from Hollywood is a Loss to Us All." Film Blog. Retrieved online: http://www.theguardian.com/film/filmblog/2009/nov/20/john-woo
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Interviews Choosing a Career in

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However, his advice is that if one is relatively certain of one's interest for this subject, one ought to pursue it.

The second subject, the psychology professional, has stated that psychology is the number one priority for her, but that it is difficult to merge this interest when there are no patients who truly want to sit and talk. She also confides that there are many patients who simply wish to take medication in order to deal with the problem in a faster way.

The social worker, however, feels different from the psychologist and states that speaking is the best way to address a situation. She further adds that communication is key in any environment and that without it all is lost. She does not believe in medication and truly thinks that it can have quite a negative effect on society. She advocates for the Social Worker career and states…… [Read More]

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Facilitating Career Advancement Through Mentoring

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This approach to preventing the development of an unfair burden that might otherwise result from adding to the workload. Of participants requires non-participants to relieve an appropriate amount of participants' conventional workload.

More particularly, this proposal recommends reducing the number of direct reports assigned to participating mentors and adding them to the number of reporting personnel supervised directly by non-participating upper-level employees. In principle, the idea is simply to reduce the workload of supervisory-level employees who choose to participate in the mentoring program as mentors as necessary to maintain their productivity and avoid resentment on their part. The corresponding consequences of non-participation by prospective mentors provides a natural incentive to choose to participate in the program to avoid the alternative increase in conventional professional responsibilities.

Maintaining Motivation on the Part of Mentors:

The first element of maintaining the motivation on the part of mentors is allowing the voluntary element previously…… [Read More]

References

Locker, K.O. (2000). Business and Administrative Communication. Boston, MA:

McGraw-Hill.

Myers, D.G., Spencer, S.J. (2004). Social Psychology. Toronto, Canada: McGraw-Hill.
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Dying Profession of Independent Physicians

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Independent Physicians

The Dying Profession of Independent Physicians

In the past, it has always been the case that physicians were, for the most part, independent contractors who had working agreements with certain hospitals in their region. However, that is not the case anymore. Physicians are increasingly joining healthcare organizations because the costs of remaining autonomous are too strenuous. It does not matter that independent physicians, on average still make more than their group counterparts because there are too many advantages to joining a healthcare group. The primary advantage being the fact that the individual is no longer solely responsible for such tasks as billing and scheduling. Although joining a group may be advantageous in some ways, it is troubling in others. Patient care is sometimes lessened because, as with the government sponsored socialized medical practices that exist in other countries, the patient may have to wait longer for care and…… [Read More]

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Berman, Micah. "The 'Quality Health Care Coalition Act': Can Antitrust Law Improve Patient Care?" Stanford Law Review 53.3 (2003): 695-717. Print.

Biz Times. "Independent Physicians are a Vanishing Breed." Biz Times: Milwaukee Business News, 8 August 2008. Web.

Chufo, Veronica. "Independent Docs Vanishing: As Healthcare Costs Rise, Many Physicians are Joining Healthcare Systems to Pool Resources, but is That Trend Best for Patients?" Daily Press, 15 June 2009. Web.

Figliuolo, Michael L., Paul D. Mango and David H. McCormick. "Hospital, Heal Thyself." The McKinsey Quarterly (2000): 91-95.
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Jim Henson -- Career and Influence Jim

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Jim Henson -- Career and Influence

Jim Henson is one of the most famous originators of children's entertainment in history; at the same time, he remains one of the most underrated and under-appreciated artists (Collins, 1998; Eide & Abrams, 2005). That is largely because he is primarily regarded as an entertainer when, in fact, he actually contributed much more than merely entertainment to the world. On one hand, his recognition as the creator of The Muppets and Fraggle ock have endeared him to generations of children and parents for the joy and humor he contributed to children's entertainment; on the other hand, it is ironic that the tremendous success of his genre may have obscured his more substantial contributions to child development and welfare precisely because of the success of his entertainment media and initiatives (Collins, 1998; Eide & Abrams, 2005).

In fact, Jim Henson was as much as educator,…… [Read More]

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Cluhane, J. "Unforgettable Jim Henson." Reader's Digest. (November 1990): 124-129.

Collins, J. Jim Henson: The TV Creator. Time Magazine, (June 08, 1998).

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http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,988511,00.html
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Entrepreneurial My Proposed Research Subject

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I will begin by examining the historical writings of key authors such as Smith and Schumpeter.

I will also examine modern magazine and newspaper sources in order to gain lay perspective on the subject. Some focus will be given to discourse from entrepreneurs themselves, who obviously have first-hand insight into the subject. I plan to gather this information from online academic databases. Magazine articles can be culled from the library and from the websites of those magazines.

orks Cited:

McDaniel, Bruce A. (2005). A Contemporary View of Joseph A. Schumpeter's Theory of the Entrepreneur. Journal of Economic Issues, 39. Retrieved August 3, 2009 from http://www.questia.com/googleScholar.qst;jsessionid=K3nMhlhyjCycnG12jCkkxTQ72SmBkF4Hh0Y122LLMJVFSGQDzc!1707175542!-1042068674?docId=5009748846

Minniti, M.; Zacharakis, A.; Spinelli, S.; Rice, M, & Habbershon, T. (2006). Entrepreneurship. estport, CT: Greenwood Publishing.

Zahorsky, Darrell. (2009). The 9 Personality Types of Entrepreneurs. About.com. Retrieved August 3, 2009 from http://sbinformation.about.com/cs/development/a/personality.htm

Stolze, illiam J. (1999). Start Up: An Entrepreneur's Guide to Launching and…… [Read More]

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