Day: 29 September 2018

The Relationship between Human Capital, Value Creation & Employee Reward

Chapter 1: Introduction Overview The study examined the relationship between human capital, creating value and employee reward. Human capital is an interesting key element of intellectual capital in today’s age. Human capital can be used for regulatory value calculation (Edvinsson, Malone & Stewart, 1997). This study focuses critical analysis of concerned practices being performed to …

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TECHNOLOGY A CURSE OR A BLESSING: IMPACTS ON RECRUITMENT PROCESS

Recruiting isn’t as simple as it seems like, prior to the modern technological vigorous implementations, the organizations needed to depend on the recruiters to hire new candidates. But now as the world is changing rapidly, there are a ton of modern technologies that have come up to address issues related to the functions of HRM …

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Remedies in Law of Torts; Definition and Different Kinds of Remedies

Remedies in Law of Torts; Definition and Types of Remedies

Introduction: Any matters in which legal rights are involved remedies are given to the subjects in a society to ensure justice and peace in that particular state. Remedies are the compensation given to a person for the loss he has suffered from, it may be awarded to any person in several ways like it may …

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Classism, Racism and Relation to Gender/Poverty

Sociological and Theoretical Prospective: Race and class predispositions are present in every institution and every country up to some extent nowadays. The expression “classism” is commonly used to describe discrimination against low-wage groups or people; it also can be applied to those with moderate and high income levels. Classism refers to discrimination an individual or …

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OPIOID Crisis: Public Health Emergency in The US

Consistently, in excess of 115 people in the United States die after overdosing on opioids. The misuse of, and addiction to opioids including remedy pain relievers, heroin, and synthetic opioids such as fentanyl is a genuine national emergency that influences public health as well as social and economic welfare. The Centers for Disease Control and …

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Poverty or Homelessness A Curse In American Society: Healthcare Issues and Impacts on Children

Homelessness Victim of Income Inequity and Institutional Classism: Homelessness is an urgent international issue that confronts both rich and poor nations and is integrally tied to poverty as wars, famine, natural disasters, and vast degrees of inequality have led to recurring circles of impoverishment. Homelessness represents the worst consequences of poverty and ensuing economic and …

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Inclusion in Education for Disability Students

The school policy on education for all provides a clear definition of the inclusive education and what the legal commitments or obligations are based for supporting the disability students. Generally, inclusive education may be regarded as a means where all the members of the school community are appreciated and supported to take part in learning, …

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How Country Risk Predict Stock Market Return: Evidence from Pakistan

How Country Risk Predict Stock Market Return: Evidence from Pakistan

Abstract The increased globalization highlights the researchers to study and understand the country risk and its components, economic risk (ER), financial risk (FR), political risk (PR) and how they affect stock market returns. This study is organized to fulfil this need. The impact of country risk on stock market returns of Pakistan over the time …

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Microcredit Strategies and the Success of Grameen Bank

Introduction Over the years, poverty has been an immense problem globally and finding effective and efficient methods to overcome this situation has become a major concern for many poor countries. What measures then, have been adopted to fight poverty? To deal with poverty, the UN initiated the introduction of the microcredit concept and declared the …

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Analysis of Attack and Defence Modeling to Cyber Security

Analysis of Attack and Defence Modeling to Cyber Security

Abstract— In this research paper, the researcher focused on impact analysis of attack and defense modeling approach to cyber security which is one of the significant research problem in the real word. Researcher used the real time monitoring, anomy detection, impact analysis, and mitigation strategies. In addition, an attack free formulation based on control networks …

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Poverty in Developing Countries and the Role of Government

Introduction Basic to the existence of governments are the protection of rights, liberties, and properties of all citizens. The future of a nation rests in the strength of society. Governments take necessary steps in order to support the needs of the people to make flourishing communities, as this is considered as the foundation of a …

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Aligning the approaches of the system designers with that of the user’s needs

Introduction Chapter Introduction to the problem & background to the study Wise use of business resources enable to leverage a firm’s financial health despite the challenges brought about by competition, technology and innovation, and other forces. As innovation and technological shifts demand pragmatic decisions for the enterprise, industry participants reposition their planning strategies and take …

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