INDUSTRIAL LABOR MANAGEMENT MGMT348-PART 3

Question Prepare a 6-column, 5-row chart for the following countries and parameters: Columns (countries) are: Japan Mexico India China Italy Germany Rows (factors to research) for each country are: Average manufacturing wage Country's minimum wage Typical restrictive work rules where there are unions How unions enhance or detract from company results Country's unemployment rate It is unlikely that you will find all of the necessary data in one online database. Instead, you will have to research a number of different ones. In addition, in some cases you may have to make calculations from a "base=100" report to get an actual dollar figure. Ensure that you cite the references used, in proper APA format. Wikipedia is an unacceptable reference For minimum wages, try one of the following sites: Minimum Wages database List of minimum wages by country For unemployment percentages try the following site: Unemployment rate (most recent) by country (be sure to note the year of the data) Your recommendation summary should explain which country you recommend for the future overseas expansion, based solely on the HR in your chart. Answer   Japan Mexico India China Italy Germany Average manufacturing wage 15 USD per...
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The Collective Bargaining Process- MGMT348-Part 2

Question  The student will define and discuss what collective bargaining is. The student will research, outline, and discuss all of the steps of the collective bargaining process. The student will research, outline, discuss and evaluate of the best practices for collective bargaining strategies. The student will research, outline, discuss and evaluate the arguments against and pro collective bargaining. The student applied correct APA, style, usage, grammar, sentences and punctuation. The student supported the research paper with at least four different scholarly sources such as research journals, research studies, government or accredited educational institutions Web sites. Answer The Collective Bargaining Process The collective bargaining process definition The collective bargaining process can be defined as a situation whereby the negotiation of wages & salaries and the employment terms & conditions is conducted by an organized body representing the employees (Marchington & Wilkinson, 2006). The range of issues negotiated in a collective bargaining process involve a myriad of issues such as safety policies, training, job health issues, balancing work and family life, and...
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Industrial Labor Management MGMT348-Part 1

Question  Create a PowerPoint presentation including the following: 12 to 15 slides Speaker notes Colored background Clip art or eye-catching graphs or pictures Review all 3 of the following cases and labor issues: Griggs vs. Duke Power Either the Supreme Court's ruling about reverse discrimination involving the New Haven, Connecticut Fire Department, or the Bakke Case WARN legislation For each of the 3 cases and labor issues, describe the following: What the issue was about Why its broad application to business in general is important to HR managers like Jane and line managers Answer Griggs V. Duke power Co. was a landmark ruling argued in the U.S. Supreme Court (Findlaw. (n.d). The landmark ruling was made in 1971, and involved adverse impact theory and employment discrimination. This case was presented to court by NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund (LDF) on behalf of the employees of African-American descent. In this case, Duke Power Co. had for a long time segregated its employees along racial lines. The best kind of jobs were reserved for the...
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Case Study: “The Wal-Mart You Don’t Know”

Question Case Study: "The Wal-Mart You Don't Know" Describe the problem faced by Vlasic. Why were they unable to oppose the sales plan put forth by Wal-Mart? Ultimately, how did responding to Wal-Mart affect their business? Was this an ethical supply chain decision on the part of Wal-Mart? Also, highlight any sustainable ethics that was involved here. What does this case tell you about how much influence a business can have with regard to its suppliers’ decisions and behaviors? What does this say about the conventional notions of the responsibility of firms for the practices of their suppliers (both in terms of individual firms and collectively)? Is it reasonable for consumers (or even regulators) to hold firms accountable? Answer It operates from Bentonville, Arkansas and operates a chain of hypermarkets, discount department stores, and grocery stores. As of February 2016, the corporation had 11527 stores in 27 states, with a total of 72 banners. It is a family owned business as it...
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Demographic Report of Jacksonville Town, Florida

  Demographic Report Introduction Jacksonville City, Florida, is one of the largest city in the contiguous United State in terms of the area covered. The city became the largest following consolidation of other smaller cities within Florida. The city also holds the highest population among all other cities in the state of Florida. The city plays a number of administrative roles, including acting as Duval County’s county seat. Jacksonville City rests on a flat plateau extending over a large area. A high water table surrounds the city, meaning that the city is susceptible to flooding. Surface lakes found in Jacksonville area are shallow since the area lies on a plateau. To the east of Jacksonville is the Atlantic Ocean. The city experiences a subtropical climate – characterized by mild winters and hot humid summers. Jacksonville City is a metropolitan city, accommodating people from diverse ethnic and religious backgrounds. This paper presents an in-depth analysis of the socio-economic information about Jacksonville City, Florida. Education Jacksonville City...
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The Application of NICE Guideline Recommendations

Question Final Paper: Research Proposal Design a research study on the topic of the study selected in Week One and critiqued in Week Three. Your design should seek to resolve the limitations you identified in the study you critiqued. Your paper must address all of the components required in the “Methods” section of a research proposal: State the research question and/or hypothesis. Specify the approach (qualitative or quantitative), research design, sampling strategy, data collection procedures, and data analysis techniques to be used. If the design is quantitative, also describe the variables, measures, and statistical tests you would use. Analyze ethical issues that may arise and explain how you would handle these issues. Answer The Application of NICE Guideline Recommendations Introduction This paper will provide readers with a quantitative research design aimed at resolving the limitations emerging from the study by Hetrick, Simmons, Thompson & Parker (2011). This study attempts to identify the potential barriers that may hinder clinicians from employing evidence-based guidelines in tackling youth depression...
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Impact of Adverse Childhood Experience on Human Development

Developmental psychology: Behaviour across the lifespan Impact of Adverse Childhood Experience on Human Development Required Article The enduring effects of abuse and related Adverse Experiences in Childhood The research question The study seeks to understand the impacts that abuse and related adverse experiences have on children. Also, the article addresses the impact that maltreatment has on the emotional well –being and the health of the children. The study focuses on the disturbances likelihood in a given behavior or function such as sleep disturbances and anxiety. Also, the study examines the number of comorbidities Theoretical perspectives The study draws from epidemiology and neurobiology evidence that state that stress in the early life such as abuse can lead to a brain dysfunction that has adverse impacts on quality and health of an individual. Even more, studies have shown that stress in an early life can result in long-term changes in brain system and circuits, (Slopen et al. 2013). Importantly, the study draws on various studies that have shown that...
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Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. ~World Health Organization, 1948

Question Essay Topic Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.  ~World Health Organization, 1948 Discuss the above statement giving consideration to the various points of view of diverse community groups. Answer Health   Most individuals associate health with the physical well-being of the body. The ‘physical health’ is directly related to the body, which most people associate to be the definition of health. The World Health Organization (WHO) (1948) defines health as a “state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity” (p. 2).  However, there exist different definitions of health which reflect particular community beliefs about health. Some communities such as the Aborigines attach spiritual well-being as part of being healthy, an aspect which is overlooked by WHO’s definition of health. Other communities especially in Asia understand health as the ability to maintain energy balance in the body. This paper will dwell deeper into the...
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Refugees and Risk of Mental Illness & Suicide Rates

Refugees and Risk of Mental Illness & Suicide Rates Nature of the issue There is need to address refugees in Australia. Mental illnesses encompass a range of mental health conditions. Some of the major mental health disorders which afflict refugees include dementia, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, and among other psychotic disorders. If these disorders are not checked, they may increase suicides rates among the population. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) (2011), an average of 2,000 Australians commits suicide every year. Among the high risks groups include those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. This means that based on the data collected over the past years, refugees are at a higher risk of committing suicide. Even though mental illness & suicide rates can affect the entire population, cultural influences have a perverse and profound impact on the outcomes of mental illnesses such as anxiety disorders and mood disorders. A significant number of refugees suffering from mental illness lack...
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Historicism Project-Influence of Historic Costume on Cotemporary Fashion Design

Question Final Project: Historicism PURPOSE: To demonstrate student knowledge of the influence of historic costume on contemporary fashion design. To demonstrate student ability to use primary sources to determine which period of historic costume influenced a particular style of contemporary dress during the twentieth century. To explain (through analysis of current themes or trends in society) why students believe the historic style was used by the contemporary designer. Historicism Project-Influence of Historic Costume on Cotemporary Fashion Design Dandy era in fashion The Dandy fashion on the right is representative of the same which was common in the 19th century. Dandies were more concerned about their mannerisms and physical appearance. As seen in picture on the left, dandy style was characterized by excessive laces, velvet and jewelry. On the right, it is possible to see impeccable tailoring, just line in the historical period. Contemporary designers are inspired by the standards dandy dressing established – standards of quality and attention to all details such as stitching and...
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