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Rodrigo works with WritePass as an Editor. He assists in posting and editing articles on WritePass Journal.

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Report to the Management of Wilson, Tan & Associates

| November 26, 2016

Introduction This report provides an evaluation of the performance of the performance of two U.K companies that operate in the fashion industry with the objective of identifying a suitable takeover target for Wilson & Tan Associates. The report covers the financial performance of the two companies based interpreted in the context of the business environment […]

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To what extent do World Trade Organization rules act as a barrier to international environmental governance?

| November 26, 2016

Introduction The gradual opening of the arteries of world trade through the World Trade Organisation (WTO), while resuscitating international economics and being a symbol of the “hyperliberalisation” of trade, has been strangling environmental protection (Conca: 2000, Lowenfeld: 2008: O’Neill & Burns: 2005). The need for an effective, robust and objective way to resolve international disputes […]

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In 1954 Herbert Morrison said that a ‘minister is responsible for every stamp stuck on every envelope’ in their department. Using examples, critically discuss whether the above statement is accurate today

| November 26, 2016

Introduction Herbert Morrison’s comments represent an ideal of Ministerial Responsibility which his political heirs and descendants have, in truth, abandoned to a large degree. In part this reflects new political realities and a change in the behaviour of politicians who strive to protect individual reputation at the expense of what was once a sacred principle […]

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The Ways in Which Global Marketing Campaigns can Best Address Culturally Specific Ethical Differences Between Nations. A Qualitative Study Amongst Marketing Managers Involved in Promoting Alcohol and Cigarette Products.

| November 25, 2016

Executive Summary The following sets out a proposal for a research study looking at the global marketing of alcohol. Although globalisation has led to some homogenisation of attitudes, there still exist widespread differences between nations. 

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The Dimensions of Inter-Professional Practice

| November 25, 2016

Abstract The essay examines a situation encountered by the student during her placement on a hospital ward: the regular ward meetings to discuss patient care and progress. The essay reflects upon the experience using the reflective cycle model proposed by Gibbs. 

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Globalization and Social Inequality

| November 25, 2016

Introduction Social inequality is an issue that is much debated today within the social sciences, as well as other disciplines. Although very few would deny that social inequality exists and has always existed in human societies, it is not always clear through what mechanisms it manifests itself, along what lines it progresses, and how we […]

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Analysis Of Health And Social Care In The Uk

| November 25, 2016

ABSTRACT This analysis provides a review on the health and social care services in the UK. This will include an exploration of inequalities with the care sectors from the focus of the policy and individual and a discussion on promotion of equality and individual rights within the care sector.  A brief history of social care […]

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Culture, ideology, politics and economics are linked in the output of media organisation in way that is true for no other sector of capitalist enterprise

| November 25, 2016

Introduction Although some might believe otherwise, the media is not a neutral or objective institution. It is rather a disputed space that can be manipulated to serve certain interests. McNair (2007:103) affirms that “culture, ideology, politics and economics are linked in the output of media organisation.”

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The Impact Of Employee Involvement And Participation On Organization Performance

| November 25, 2016

Abstract The following research paper seeks to explore the correlation between employee involvement in decision-making processes within the organization and organization’s performance. The main focus remains to evaluate the existing academic literature to demonstrate evidence that employee involvement and participation initiatives produce tangible advantages for organizations.

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Strategic Human Resource Management (SHRM) Practices and the Performance of a Nigerian Small and Medium Size Enterprise (SME).

| November 25, 2016

Introduction The contribution of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to the economic growth and development has been enormous. This contribution is significant for both the developed and developing world. Many governments acknowledge the fact that SMEs play a significant role in the growth and development of their economies.

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E-Procurement And E-Logistics

| November 25, 2016

WRITEPASS – CUSTOM ESSAY WRITING – Business Management Dissertation Ideas ABSTRACT In this paper, we analyze the e-procurement and e-logistics of the Dell Inc. Company. This will include a brief overview of the company, an exploration of its Customer Relationship Management,

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Working Memory

| November 25, 2016

Write-Up The field of memory provides excellent opportunity for research, drawing theoretical models and implementing them to check their validity. Working memory, in psychology, is a memory system that holds information to perform various verbal and non-verbal (even physical) tasks.

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How do the brain and eyes jointly process information?

| November 25, 2016

Introduction The intricacies of the human eye enable us to interpret light and distinguish colour to produce vision. It is, however, the complexity of the processing in the visual pathway from eye to brain along which this information is interpreted and manifested that allows us to create a representation of the surrounding world, otherwise known […]

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Racism In Sports And Its Impact On Managers And Coaches

| November 25, 2016

ABSTRACT This paper explores on racism in British sports. It will consider the extent to which racism in sports continues to prevail and the impact that racism may have on a sports coach or manager. This will include a brief review of the history of British sports, in particular, the presence of ethnic diversity in […]

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Employees’ Perception of Selection Systems

| November 25, 2016

Introduction This paper summarises the views of two authors on how job applicants or potential employees perceive selection procedures.

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To what extent can an HR manager ensure that policy / policies regarding developing people for performance in an organisation are put into practice

| November 25, 2016

Introduction As it is a relatively new focus for modern organizations, human resources is increasingly viewed as paramount to a company’s success, as Cascio (1991) cited “people are our most valuable asset.” Long gone is the ideology of a company being represented by its assets and wealth, rather it is the personnel side of business […]

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Momentum trading and Business Cycle Risk: Evidence from BRIC Countries

| November 25, 2016

1. Introduction. BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China) countries are growing at an alarming rate. This growth can be attributed to a number of factors including globalisation, financial liberalisation which has led to an increase in cross-border capital flows, technological developments and the internet.

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The Cross-Cultural Management Implications for a UK Manager Undertaking an International Business Assignment to another Country

| November 24, 2016

Abstract This report looks at the implications for cross-cultural management for a UK manager undertaking an international business assignment in China. Key ways of understanding cultural differences, particularly Hofstede’s and Trompenaars cultural dimensions, are discussed.

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Youth Justice Policy in Britain (1945-1981) – from Punishment to Welfare

| November 24, 2016

Introduction The discussion of the youth justice policy in Britain has re-gained importance in the aftermath of the August 2011 riots, which spread across London and other major cities in the country. Think tank analysts and policy experts argued, that the youths which allegedly took part in the riots, were disillusioned and de-motivated young people […]

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Management Information Systems At Access Fulfillment Ltd

| November 24, 2016

Introduction In an organizational setting, the main application of information is in making sound decisions and finding the best remedies to a problem. These practices are closely related, and form foundations of all successful companies (Oz, 2008: p.8). In order to achieve this, most organizations have embraced different information systems.

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