Communist China employment opportunities, kinds of jobs, and income levels

Employment is key to the growth and development of any economy. Due to its important, different governments have different policies and procedures that guide and govern employment; communist China is not an exceptional. According to Li and Zhang, before the higher education reforms that occurred in late 1990s, all student graduating from colleges in China were guaranteed jobs by the government through centralized placement system (38). Therefore, Chinese nationals did not have a problem when it came to securing an employment opportunity, as it was the duty and responsibilities of the government to provide jobs for the graduates. However, after the reforms, a world’s largest graduate job-market was created. Large numbers of graduates were unemployed under the past decades and the reforms attracted public debate on the terms and conditions on how the graduates were to gain access to an employment opportunity (Li and Zhang 38).

 

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Term Paper: Critically compare Kenyan and South Africa as worldwide holiday destination. Clearly identify similarities and differences.

Term Paper: Critically compare Kenyan and South Africa as worldwide holiday destination. Clearly identify similarities and differences.

 

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The Impacts of marketing iPhone on Consumer Behaviors

At the era of rising product and service commoditization and choice, branding has proved to be simple and effective way for businesses to penetrate the clutter. Brands are progressively satisfying people’s necessities through identification and affiliation- the desires that conventional marketers are straining to match. Since branding may make or break the product service, the marketer concern in handling the product should match artisans care on their pieces. Because every brand has and possesses image and identify respectively, their communication should be executed with effectiveness towards the targeted group. Brand acts like a promise to the company; hence, a trusted one reduces customers’ perceived risk together with post-purchase cognitive discord. Thus, through promotions, organizations are conveying and instilling specified identities and images of brands. This research paper reviews the impact of iPhone marketing on consumer behaviors as influenced through motivation, involvement and personality, communication, perception and positioning.

 

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Can the death penalty be a morally acceptable punishment? What should the burden of proof be for capital cases? Defend these questions and answer them by using the ideas and moral philosophy of John Stuart Mill.

Can the death penalty be a morally acceptable punishment? What should the burden of proof be for capital cases? Defend these questions and answer them by using the ideas and moral philosophy of John Stuart Mill.

 

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Advertising and Children

Explore the ethical issues involved in advertising that specifically targets pre-teens and younger aged children. Is it OK to utilize advertising techniques,some of which can be deceptive and manipulative, to sell products to children? Should advertisers not be allowed to market to young children? Why or why not? How should/can advertising toward children be regulated? At what age should children be considered ‘fair game’ to advertisers? Whose responsibility is it to regulate such ads?

 

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Character Sketch of Filostrato in The Decameron

Giovanni Bocaccio’s Decameron revolves around tale-telling events in which ten refugees from the plague-ridden Florence pass time entertaining each other with tales. Focus on FILOSTRATO (one of the tale-tellers) What kind of person is he?

 

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Strategic Human Resource Management and Performance: A Critical Analysis

To compete effectively in a dynamic market, business entities need to develop resources that ensure their survival. Increasing competition has for instance arisen with increased globalization and adoption of technology that has eliminated the competitive-effect of many traditional factors that positioned an entity at an advantage over other competing entities (Andersen 2010). For instance, Internet platforms that enable firms to sell their products to a wide market have eliminated the need to invest in multiple distribution channels. Start-ups can thus have a wide reach without having to invest in extensive distribution channels. Increasing globalization has also enabled aspects such as outsourcing thus enabling entities to make substantial savings in cost. Out of the resultant increasing competition, it has become necessary for entities to identify and build resources that would offer them an advantage upon which they would compete effectively (Andersen 2010).
The resource-based view posits that entities can sustain their competitive position by constantly developing their resources and capabilities. By developing such resources, entities would find it easier to come up with innovative products that sustain their competitiveness in the market (Andersen 2010). Strategic human resource management (SHRM) builds on such a resource-based view of an entity’s internal environment. SHRM contends that, by basing the HR strategy on the entity’s strategy, HR policies and practices would help in the achievement of the goals and vision of the firm (Kane & Palmer 1995). Such an alignment creates capabilities that competitors cannot imitate easily thus enabling the entity to compete effectively in the market (Kim & Gray 2005). Consequently, adopting SHRM approach would result into better outcomes for the entity; this paper assesses such an assertion by evaluating whether SHRM leads to high performance.
The paper first expounds on the concept of SHRM then evaluates the link between SHRM and an entity’s performance. Subsequently, the paper discusses the limitation of assessing performance of an entity with respect to HR based wholly on financial aspects. Using the broad measures of performance highlighted in the discussion about limitations of financial metrics in assessing HR performance, the paper discusses two ways – being a change agent and a business partner – through which SHRM adds value to a business. Finally, the paper discusses the challenges that impede the achievement of a strategic role for the HR department providing potential solutions to such challenges and core competencies that help the HR professionals to achieve SHRM objectives.

 

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Modern World System Theory and the Dependency Theory

There are two fascinating contemporary variants of the structuralist perspective namely, Modern World System Theory and the Dependency Theory. Discuss about these theories.

 

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Kankakee Knutson Valves case on “Team Spirit”

Kankakee Knutson Valves case on “Team Spirit” presents a case of an infective teamwork. Six months down the line, a team composing of Camille [computer support department], Martin [marketing], Prajesh [production], Simone [sales], and Ivanovich [inventory and logistics] have not accomplished much. After Bob Boston, the team initiator, realized in two months that, the team he assembled had not met, because, member has not known another and more so “no one wanted to step on anyone else’s toes by … calling the team together” he invited them in his office. After converging in Bob’s conference room, Camille, Martin and Simone expressed their desire to become the team leader after Bob preferred their own choice of leadership. None of them was willing to let go. Prajesh and Ivanovich, on the other hand, they do not care who assumes the leadership so long as they are not the one conferred with this responsibility. In addition, Prajesh does not care about the web; since, he does not see its importance in production department. Members are divided on the web use in the company, for instance, Ivanovich is on the view that the web should be used for suppliers and distributors; Martin and Simone, to contact customers; while, Camille wants the web to act as an information site. Camille is also committed in other projects; and thus, she is not willing to offer more to the team.

 

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Organizational Structure and Behavior (Euroland Foods case)

Identify the international aspects involved in this case. Analyze the challenges involved with international operations given the context. Considering organizational design, determine and justify the best business model to which you would move as CEO for this firm in its marketplace. Given your decision, discuss and justify the change process you would employ as CEO to realize the strategic plan for the firm.

 

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