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Intellectual Property Assignment

| October 24, 2016

Introduction There are a number of intellectual property concerns with regards to the given set of facts and these relate to four specific elements of the given facts namely, the publication of the information in GOSSIP magazine, the proposed book written by Jayson, the registration of trademarks by Lisa and the opening of the competing […]

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Is online recruitment an efficient and effective method of attracting, recruiting and selecting graduates at one of UK’s recruitment agencies?

| October 24, 2016

Introduction/context/research area The term online recruiting is used to describe the practice of using the internet to hire prospective job seekers to fill up vacancies in organisations (Kerrin, 2005). This relatively new practice has helped to make it easier for employers to locate talented individuals with the required skills and work experience irrespective of their […]

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Caring for Individuals with Acute Mental Health Needs

Caring for Individuals with Acute Mental Health Needs

| October 24, 2016

Abstract The essay will explore the NHS guidelines to depression and  critically discuss treatment approaches that can be used to alleviate the risk of suicide and help with depression. This will be done using evidence-based practice, for a thirty year old patient (Michael).

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Contemporary Integrated Marketing Communications

| October 24, 2016

Introduction This paper is designed to provide an insight into the marketing integrated communication on the basis of a particular example. In the modern ever changing environment, it is quite difficult to follow the key trends in the marketing communications and the general role of marketing communications in the promotion of a company.

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“Children are best raised by their natural father and mother” – Critically Analyse

| October 24, 2016

Abstract The increasing importance of human rights within the legal framework of both the UK specifically and Europe generally is significant in terms of the development of the concept of a family unit in law. Increasing acceptance of these rights has led to a number of significant steps towards equality between traditional family units and […]

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Institute of Leadership and Management Level 5 Diploma in Management

| October 24, 2016

Introduction The following looks at the development needs of an individual for whom I have responsibility at work. I devise, justify and describe the monitoring of a personal development plan to meet their needs. My organisation is Westminster Drug Project, a vibrant, dedicated and innovative charitable organisation committed to assisting people who have drug and […]

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Critically discuss how EU Law (as applied under Article 101 TFEU) identifies anti-competitive conduct between undertakings, and assess the extent to which such conduct is considered illegal.

| October 24, 2016

Introduction It will be critically discussed how EU law identifies anti-competitive conduct between undertakings. In doing so, the extent to which such conduct is considered illegal will also be assessed by reviewing the case law and academic opinion within this area.

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Critically analyse and contrast the advantages of the Concession and PSA governance regimes from the viewpoint of the sovereign state. Use global examples where the sovereign state has controlled the development in their favour

| October 24, 2016

Introduction Since oil ownership is based upon the sovereignty principle, International Oil Companies (IOC’s) are required to enter into concession agreements with the sovereign state in order to acquire the exclusive right to operate, maintain and conduct investments in public utilities for a certain number of years. Accordingly, there are many advantages such agreements bring, […]

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Psychological Contracts

| October 24, 2016

Introduction Psychological contracts can be defined as the informal and unwritten agreement between organisations and employees (Conway et al, 2005). An improvement in the general level of education and literacy rates has resulted in a shift from informal to formal contracts (Cullinane & Dundon, 2006). The term psychological contract can be used to describe a […]

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What happened to comercial farm workers after the famous land reform (grab) programme in zimbabwe?

| October 24, 2016

Introduction This review of literature seeks to ascertain the impact of the Zimbabwe land reform and redistribution programme on commercial farm workers employed in the targeted white-owned farms. To achieve this goal, it seeks to explore the different ways through which the land distribution programme affected these farm workers, examining the assumption that farm workers […]

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Ethical dilemma of a patient’s refusal of blood transfusion

| October 24, 2016

Introduction In the analysis of this ethical dilemma we assess a case of a 20-year-old, pregnant, black Hispanic female presented to the Emergency Department (ED) in critical condition following a car accident. She displayed signs and symptoms of internal bleeding and was advised to have a blood transfusion and emergency surgery in an attempt to […]

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The Relationship between Microfinance, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability in reducing poverty in LEDC (Less Economically Developed Countries).

| October 24, 2016

Introduction Theoretical Framework According to the Asian Development Bank (ADB), Microfinance can be defined as “the provision of a broad range of financial services such as deposits, loans, payment services, money transfers, and insurance to the poor and low-income households and their microenterprises” (ADB, 2000). 

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What impact does the examiner’s behavior and individual characteristics (e.g. language background or gender) have on the test taker’s performance in a live oral proficiency interview?

| October 24, 2016

Introduction The overwhelming consensus of the majority of literature agrees that the individual characteristics of the examiners in an oral proficiency interview do have a measurable effect on the outcomes of that interview. It seems that the effect of cultural differences is the prevailing concern amongst the literature, as modern academics have found that gender […]

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Stephen Lawrence Case – Crime and Disorder Act 1998

Stephen Lawrence Case – Crime and Disorder Act 1998

| October 22, 2016

Crime and Disorder Act 1998 Racism, according to the United Nations is on decline globally. The government participation in advocating and promoting racial equality within the last ten years has substantially contributed to this decline. Despite the emergence of dangerous street gangs in the UK streets, resurfacing of anti-immigrant politics in addition to media engineered […]

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Research IKEA in the UK. Its main market, location of stores, revenue, adaptations of business model to suit UK and types of advertising.

| October 22, 2016

Introduction IKEA is an international company that designs home self assemble products such as; desks, beds, chairs, wardrobes, appliances and accessories. The Swedish company was originally founded in 1943 by Ingvar Kamprad who is widely known for his clean-lined image (The Telegraph, 2012, p. 1) and has since become one of the biggest self-assembly furniture […]

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The Impact of Staff Availability and Morale on Nursing Home Residents’ Risk of Dehydration in a UK Based Sample

| October 22, 2016

Introduction and Background Dehydration is a fluid imbalance in the body caused by too quickly a loss of fluid or by too little fluid going into the body. As the body ages, it becomes increasingly difficult to maintain an optimum fluid balance as the body’s ability to recognise its need for fluid becomes dulled (Ainslie […]

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How foods that fail The Food Safety Requirements are controlled in the UK and the EU?

| October 21, 2016

Introduction This case study aims to analyse how the public institutions in the UK and the EU investigate and control cases of food sale that fail the food safety standards and requirements. The starting point of this case study is the recent inspection of a local health-bar manufacturing company.

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Gender, Management and Leadership

| October 21, 2016

Introduction This paper seeks to compare and contrast the leadership styles of two leaders with different genders.  The main areas covered include the justification for the choice of leaders, detailed and critical investigation of the differences between their management styles along with the application of the main principles of gender management.

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Determining Training Effectiveness

| October 21, 2016

Abstract Measuring the effectiveness of training programs is a highly important aspect for organizations. However, not many organizations have properly mastered the technique of measuring training effectiveness. This research proposal outlines a plan to conduct research upon the importance of training effectiveness and the methods used in order to do so in organizations.

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Business Simulation Game

| October 20, 2016

Introduction This report details the strategies that I employed in my five-year tenure as a Business Development Manager at Eco-Resource Biotech, an organic waste management company dealing in the remediation of organic agricultural and animal wastes from industrial farms and their repurposing into saleable commodities such as soil enhancers and fertilizer alternatives.

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