Compensation Management

Compensation Management

For this assignment, you will compose an essay of at least two pages in which you discuss the following issues: various types of person-focused pay plans, reasons why companies adopt person-focused pay plans, and advantages and disadvantages of person-focused pay plans.

Please use the databases within the Online Library to locate scholarly resources to support your essay.

You should utilize at least two sources, one of which may be your textbook.

All sources used, including your textbook, must be cited and referenced using proper APA formatting.

Your essay should be a minimum of two pages in length, not counting the title and reference pages.

Social Enterprise Innovation (Cover Letter)

Social Enterprise Innovation (Cover Letter)

Required

A strong cover letter with 3 paragraphs. It should be not only persuasive but also and simple.

Breathlessness in the General Population

Breathlessness in the General Population

The format need to be like the sample of dim and bright light.

Everything need to be like the sample.

1. Make the title more words, and put more keyword in this report.

2. Put the average number about how men and women dvc different ( it need average and standard deviation)

3. Need a graph just like the sample of light

4.To analyze the results, need to used an unpaired, two-tailed, t-test assuming equal variance, with a p-value of 0.05 (5%) to determine significance. and also used a threshold of two standard deviations to rule out any outliers in the data. 5. graph need to have the figure explain

 

Home Depot’s Financial Overview

Home Depot’s Financial Overview

This is an scoped outline of how the  paper needs to look on Home Depot. The websites for informational resources are: www.sec.gov, finance.yahoo.com, hoovers and reuters. This is basically a report about Home Depot.

Sound Mind, Body, and Spirit

Answer

How do you define being sound of mind, body, and spirit?

2 pages double spaced, size 12 arial font, APA format.

Collective Bargaining Situation

Collective Bargaining Agreement 

Required

Locate an article describing a collective bargaining situation

Written Assignment 
(25 points) 3-4 pages, not including cover or References pages
Locate an article describing a collective bargaining situation that has arisen within the year. This
article should be from a newspaper, an academic journal, or a credible online news source (try
searching “collective bargaining in the news”). Attach the article or give the link. Use a minimum
of two additional references from the course materials to support your discussion and to respond
to the questions in the assignment. Use headings to separate the sections of the paper, doublespace, and Times New Roman font, cover page, page numbers, and APA format.
1. Identify your main article:

• Using APA guidelines state the proper citation for the article.
2. Respond to these questions:
• What is the nature of the collective bargaining dispute?
• What are the underlying causes of the dispute?
• What economic or ethical pressures has each side attempted to use to prevail in the dispute?
• If there is any evidence of any illegal or unethical conduct on either side, describe it in detail.
• Was the dispute resolved? If so, how? If not, what are the possible resolutions?
• What, if any, role was played by third parties in resolving this bargaining dispute? What was the
identity of the third party?
• In retrospect, could this dispute have been resolved in a more constructive fashion? If so, how?
See link below for class materials

https://www.history.com/topics/19th-century/labor
https://www.nlrb.gov/about-nlrb/who-we-are/our-history/1935-passage-wagner-act
https://www.nlrb.gov/about-nlrb
https://www.nlrb.gov/resources/nlrb-process/unfair-labor-practice-process-chart

 

Deepwater Horizon Catastrophe

Deepwater Horizon Catastrophe

Put yourself in the position of an investigator for the National Transportation Safety Board and
you are conducting an investigation and writing a formal report on the Deepwater Horizon spill in
2010.
Consider what happened, when, the consequences, root causes and recommendations.

Ocean Conservation

Ocean Conservation

To be ~1,050 words, or 3 double-spaced pages;
1. Summarize 3 major subjects covered in the unit (~250 words each), drawing upon material
from both lectures and 3 different readings or videos in lecture, and reflect on how these relate to
the
broader themes of the course (read ‘Overview’ below)
I will give you the link to the video and reading in the lecture and the lecture PDF and lecture
notes. Please do not use sources other than those I give to you.
2. Overview
This course examines struggles over conservation and development in a global context, in
relation to the vast and growing inequalities in wealth, power, and resource consumption that
exist within and between countries. A basic premise is that efforts to conserve healthy environmental conditions for humans and for other species – including significant space for
relatively self- organizing ecosystems – cannot be understood in an historic or political economic
vacuum; that is, without attention to the unevenness of development. There is some attention to
the colonial roots of the modern world system and approaches to conservation, but the primary
focus is on
Examines struggles between conservation and economic development in a North-South context,
setting the transformation of natural ecosystems and impoverishment of biodiversity in a political
economic context that includes disparities in wealth, consumption, and ‘ecological footprints’.
Prerequisites: Third or fourth year status at the University. Two full courses in Geography or
equivalent, or enrollment in the Minor in Environment and Culture, in any of the Global
Development Studies modules, or permission of the instructor.
the dramatic economic growth and intensifying global market integration since the Second World
War.
A central aim is to provide a foundation for assessing pivotal political economic processes (and
associated ways of conceiving ‘development’) that have driven the relentless transformation of
self-organizing ecosystems and the loss of biodiversity. Another core aim is to critically examine
the wide variety of responses that fall under the broad banner of environmentalism, and why
much of what gets defined as conservation has been critiqued by social movements,
organizations, and scholars, who are arguing – and struggling – for more fundamental changes.
Particular emphasis here on the environmental justice movement, or what some refer to as the
‘environmentalism of the poor.’ In the end, the course seeks to provide a basis for analyzing
urgent environmental problems and thinking constructively about what socially just forms of environmentalism could entail. While the array of contemporary environmentalisms might be
broadly seen to reflect a ‘reform’ (working within the status quo) versus ‘radical’ (working to
challenge it) binary, the course also seeks to spark thinking about ways they might intersect.

 

Health Care Reform in the US (Assignment)

Health Care Reform

Required

2-3 pages about Health Care Reform in the United States. Mention  the good and the bad.

Security Essay Questions

Security Essay Questions

1.)Instructions
Afghanistan is known to be one of the largest opium producers in the world. The United States
has been fighting the war on drugs for decades. Do you think it is possible for us to stop opium
production on the other side of the world? What do you think it would take to tackle such a
monumental problem?
Your journal entry must be at least 200 words. No references or citations are necessary.
2.)Instructions
International laws are created to maintain and promote peace and security throughout the globe.
These laws permit nations to trade, barter, communicate, and exist in peaceful ways with minimal
conflict. How do you think international laws resolve conflicts for nations that have access to
weapons of mass destruction (WMDs) with chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and
explosive capabilities?
Your journal entry must be at least 200 words. No references or citations are necessary