MGMT 210 Week 6 Discussion | Devry UniversityWeek 6: Employment Engagement and SeparationSuppose you are an HR professional who convinced your company’s management to conduct a survey of employee satisfaction. Your budget was limited, and you could not afford a test that went into great detail. Rather, you investigated overall job satisfaction and learned that it is low, especially among employees in three departments. You know that managem...

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MGMT 210 Week 5 Discussion | Devry UniversityWeek 5: Employee PerformanceSummarize how each of the following HR functions can contribute to high performance.· Job design· Recruitment and selection· Training and development· Performance management· Compensation ...

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MGMT 210 Week 4 Discussion |Devry UniversityWeek 4: Assessment and Training Consider the following scenario .... "Alicia!” bellowed David to the company’s HR specialist, “I’ve got a problem, and you’ve got to solve it. I can’t get people in this plant to work together as a team. As if I don’t have enough trouble with our competitors and our past-due accounts, now I have to put up with running a zoo. You’re responsible for seeing that t...

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Financial Industry Regulatory Authority

Financial Industry Regulatory AuthorityG2 · initial call Tickle · reoccurring call Current · contractor for TEK Former · previous contractor for TEK IOI · meeting with a potential candidate IA · current ream member (could be a previous TEKemployee or not), stands for internal advocate Going off · when an interviewing is happening Subbe...

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Employee pay to the number of job relevant skills

Employee pay to the number of job relevant skillsMotivation · the psychological processes that arouse and direct goal-directed behavior Motivation Process · -Unfulfilled Need: desire is needed to fulfill a need - as for food, safety, and recognition -Motivation: You search for ways to satisfy the need -Behaviors: You choose a type of behavior you think might satisfy the need -Rewards: two types of rewards satisfy needs...

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Enterprise for use by both internal and external parties

Enterprise for use by both internal and external partiesfinancial accounting · The process that culminates the preparation of financial reports on the enterprise for use by both internal and external parties. essential characteristics of accounting: · the identification, measurement, and communication of financial information about (2) economic entities to (3) interested parties. managerial accounting · ...

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Satisfaction in performing the task itself such as feeling accomplishmentMotivation: What is it why is it important · Unfulfilled need: desire is created to fulfill a need- as for food, safety, recognition 2. Motivation: you search for ways to satisfy the need 3. Behaviors: you choose a type of behavior you think might satisfy the need 4. Rewards: two types of rewards satisfy needs- extrinsic & intrinsic - Extrinsic: sat...

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Addition to displaying strong communication skills

Addition to displaying strong communication skillsapplication letter · message that accompanies a resume to let readers know what you're sending, why you're sending it, and how they can benefit from reading it employment interview · formal meeting during which a candidate and an employer ask questions and exchange information structured interview · interview in which the interviewer (or a computer) asks a...

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Opportunities to frame your answers

Opportunities to frame your answersWhen you're writing an application letter to accompany your résumé, · treat it with same care that you took with your resume . Unsolicited application letters to prospective employers · require more research than solicited letters . Youll impress prospective employers with your application letter if you · show that you know something about the company and its marketpla...

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Most employers interview an applicant

Most employers interview an applicantDescribe each of the three stages of a successful employment interview. · The warm-up. Interviewers will make important decisions about you based on their first impression. Sell yourself nonverbally. Offer a firm but gentle handshake; use the interviewer's name; smile. Let the interviewer begin the discussion. (2) The question-and-answer stage: Let the interviewer lead the conversation. Try to ta...

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Financial accounting is the process

Financial accounting is the processFinancial accounting is the process of identifying, measuring, analyzing, and communicating financial information needed by management to plan, evaluate, and control a company's operations.· FFinancial statements are the principal means through which a company communicates its financial information to those outside it.· TUsers of financial reports of a company use the information provided by these report...

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Different service Trend

Differentservice TrendDorf, das, Dörfer · village Katze, die (Katzen) · cat Landschaft die, -en · landscape, region, territory Luft die · air Ruhe die · peace, quiet, tranquillity Strand, der, Strände · beachss Tier, das (die Tiere) · Animal Ufer, das (Ufer) · bank, shore Vogel, der, Vögel · bird wandern, ist ge...

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Establish rules of conduct

Establish rules of conductWhat is law? · Type of rule that controls actions and is established by government for all members of a society to follow. What is the purpose of laws? · establish rules of conduct, protect rights and freedoms, protecting people and property Establish rules of conduct · govern public's conduct in relation to each other protect rights and freedoms · protect indiv...

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Binding decision concerning labor disputes

Binding decision concerning labor disputesNegotiation of the labor agreement occurs during the second phase of the labor relations process · True Mediators, unlike arbitrators, do not have the authority to make a final binding decision concerning labor disputes · True The growth in part time employment also has a small, but significant, positive impact on union density · False "Probationary work ...

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Mmanagement of the money supply

Mmanagement of the money supplysix categories of government regulation? · Crown corporations laws and regulations taxation and financial policies government expenditures purchasing policies services. Crown Corporations · Companies that are owned by the federal or provincial governments. Privatization · The process of selling publicly-owned corporations Fiscal Policy · how governments c...

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Employees' interests to management on such issues as wages

Employees' interests to management on such issues as wagesUnion · An organization that represents employees' interests to management on such issues as wages, work hours, and working conditions Labor relations specialist · Someone, often a member of the HR department, who is knowledgeable about labor relations and can represent management's interests to a union Wagner Act/National Labor Relations Act (1935) ...

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American Federation of Labor

American Federation of LaborUnion · an employee organization whose main goal is representing its members in employee management negotiations over job-related issues Cordwainers athe first union; they met to discuss pay, hours, and conditions Knights of Labor · the first national labor organization; they formed in search of political power in 1869 American Federation of Labor (AFL) · a feder...

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Comprehensive commercial law

Comprehensive commercial lawConstitutional Law · defines the relationship of different entities within a state; U.S. Constitution Common Law · the body of law that comes from decisions handed down by courts; often called unwritten law because it does not appear in any legislative enactment, treaty, or other written document Statutory Law · includes state and federal constitutions, legislative enactments,...

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Opportunities experienced by business people

Opportunities experienced by business peopleEthics · study and practice of decisions about what is good, or right - business ethics: application of ethics to the special problems and opportunities experienced by business people Ethical dilemma · problem in which there is no clear, right decision available Social responsibility · expectations that the community imposes on firms doing business inside its b...

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Purpose of the law

Purpose of the lawBusiness Law · enforceable rules of conduct that govern commercial relationships - all contracts, employment decisions and payments to suppliers are constrained and protected by business law - 6 functional areas of business: management, production and transportation, marketing research and development, accounting and finance, and human resources management What is the purpose of the law? · keep peop...

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