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  • Foreign Hightech Workers - 418 words
    HIGH TECH COMPANIES SEEK TO HIRE MORE FOREIGN WORKERS Milwaukee Journal Business Section February 13, 2000 High technology companies that are asking congress to allow more foreigners to fill the labor shortage of skilled labor. Every year approximately 100,000 jobs for educated workers in the high-tech. industry are created. Currently there are 115,000 foreigners working in the United States with 6-year visas. These workers are college educated and some are paid over $60,000 per year. One of external forces of high-tech companies would be the limiting of number of visas by the government. In the last six months, the technology industry contributed $4 million dollars to federal candidates. Th ...
    Related: technology industry, global market, short term, unemployment, persuade
  • Waste - 1,261 words
    Environmental pollution encompasses the different ways that the human activity damages the natural environment. It can be in the form of an open garbage dump or as simple as a burning house. Pollution can also be invisible, odourless, and tasteless, thus, making environmental pollution one of the most serious and insidious problems facing humanity and other life forms today. One of the chief sources and most visible forms of environmental pollution is solid waste. In order to reduce solid wastes, one has to understand the sources and volumes of solid waste generated by humans, and then the impacts and handling of the solid wastes. Only then can one begin to propose solutions to this environm ...
    Related: solid waste, waste, high tech, control system, plastic
  • Consulting Business Plan - 1,299 words
    ... iness through distribution. 4. 2. 3 Competition and Buying Patterns The key element in purchase decisions made at the Progressive client level is trust in the professional reputation and reliability of the consulting firm. The high-level prestige management consulting: Strengths: international locations managed by owner-partners with a high level of presentation and understanding of general business. Enviable reputations which make purchase of consulting an easy decision for a manager, despite the very high prices. Weaknesses: General business knowledge doesn't substitute for the specific market, channel, and distribution expertise of Triangle, focusing on high-technology markets and pro ...
    Related: business development, business knowledge, business plan, consulting, consulting services, management consulting
  • From Brick And Mortar To Click And Mortar - 4,912 words
    FROM BRICK AND MORTAR TO CLICK AND MORTAR: MAKING THE TRANSITION FROM CONVENTIONAL BUSINESS FROM BRICK AND MORTAR TO CLICK AND MORTAR: MAKING THE TRANSITION FROM CONVENTIONAL BUSINESS TO E-COMMERCE Making the Transition from Conventional Business to E-Commerce 4 The Question is Not Whether or When to Enter E-commerce; Its How to Enter E-Commerce. 7 A Proposed Model for Developing an E-Commerce Strategy 14 Steps for building an E-commerce strategy. 18 Typical stages of E-commerce development. 25 Steps for establishing a small business website. 26 Selling Power Enters E-Commerce 28 A Javier Romero Design Group Web Implementation Plan 33 Appendix..... A-1 The scenario created for this project ...
    Related: brick, click, mortar, product information, high tech
  • Old And New - 1,690 words
    What do we usually think of when we hear the word computer? Well most of us seem to fret or run away when we hear that word but why? The computer is one of the best inventions that anyone has ever come up with, why our whole world is practically run by them. A computer is something that no one should take for granted or kicks to the curb just because one does not take the time to become computer literate. In the following paragraphs I will explain why it is so important to have computers in an educational facility than just a plain old typewriter. The personal computer today has dominated our culture so that the once ubiquitous typewriter has been rendered practically silent. The importance ...
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  • Reality Misunderstood - 1,332 words
    Day by day cyberspace is becoming a more intricate part of our society. As it does, we rely on it more to manage finances, research, and to communicate. Communication in cyberspace has developed a new community for people around the world. The ability to freely communicate with people around the world through a computer has raised many questions about the reality of cyberspace. Since it is a tool of communication that millions of people use every day to converse with friends, family, and business associates it must be considered a dwelling of reality. Although it seems like an abstract point, cyberspace is a destination millions of people visit every day to transfer real ideas and real thoug ...
    Related: misunderstood, computer system, internet users, high tech, grasp
  • It Failure And Dependance - 896 words
    In Todays Society we are so Dependent on I.T that the Consequences of its Failure May be Catastrophic. Discuss the Threats and Causes of Failure, and Steps Taken to Minimise it. In todays world it is impossible to run a large organisation without the aid of computers. Businesses hold massive amounts of important data, hospitals hold large amounts of confidential patient information and large scientific research projects hold important codes, formulae, and equations. The bottom line is that loss or corruption of this information is sure to result in bankruptcy, a substantial loss of customers, and even world-wide financial meltdown. A dependency on technology is impossible to avoid even with ...
    Related: dependance, computer viruses, industry association, santa clara, panic
  • Future Technology - 1,607 words
    F U T U R E O F T E C H N O L O G Y Dr.Nenno / Economics People often think that future is all about flying cars, robots and space travelling. Maybe it will be like that, who knows, but at least until this day the changes havent been remarkable. Companies are all the time investing more money on research and development. This indicates that companies and government are interested to achieve and find new technological inventions that would change the markets. All ready one of the computer related inventions, Internet, has changed the spreading of information globally. E-companies are stocks are rising in the stock markets like rockets. This is a great example how future technology will change ...
    Related: world population, coca cola, assembly line, cotton, ignore
  • National Cap On Foreign Hire Is Maxed Out - 699 words
    With unemployment at its lowest and the demand for skilled and unskilled workers at a high where do business owners turn to fill the empty positions. A large percentage of them hire foreigners; most of which have a H-1B visa. But to the surprise of some high-tech business owners the National cap on foreign hires is maxed out. 115,000 H-1B visas are accepted each year and that number has already been reached. 74,300 have been approved and 45,000 are still pending approval. Stephen Dahms, an SDSU professor and chairman of a work force committee for Biocom, said, if the companies havent had their requests in from the first part of the fiscal year (beginning October 1), theyre out of the running ...
    Related: hire, supply and demand, san diego, business journal, shortage
  • Iraels Economy - 1,568 words
    1.) I believe any country should be able to qualify for admission to the World Trade Organization regardless of its human rights policies. Israel has many main human rights. The Government usually respects the human rights of its citizens. Some of Israeli human rights include the following: Due to the lack of major terrorist attacks, which reduced the overall level of tension as well as the number of security related arrests. Israeli security forces abused Palestinians suspected of security offenses. A landmark decision by the High Court of Justice in September stopped the use of different abuse practices, including violent shaking, painful shackling, depriving sleep for extended periods of ...
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  • Autocratic Style Of Leadreship - 1,607 words
    Autocratic business leadership in a recession This essay will address the question of whether the autocratic style of leader is the best type to have in an economic recession. After giving a definition of what an autocratic is, and what an economic recession entails, the reasons why this is the best style of leadership will be addressed. The points in favour to be examined will be; that quick decisions are reached, there is efficiency, a clear chain of command and a lack of sentimentality. Also, one good example of an autocratic leader will be included. Then the reasons why this leadership style may not be good will be looked at. These will be; the over dependency on one person, the frustrat ...
    Related: autocratic leadership, leadership style, marketing director, high tech, mandatory
  • Computers In Education - 1,240 words
    Over the past ten years billions of dollars have been spent on computers for our nations schools. The goal was to improve and update our educational system but there is very little evidence of change through the years and taxpayers that have been paying for these upgrades in the schools want to know where the payoff is. A small Belridge school district in Mckittrick, California was proud to be the first and only in the state to provide every student with two Apple IIg computers, one for school and one for home. It reshaped its curriculum to use computers in all subject areas and they thought it was working well. The parents were shocked to hear when the annual standardized test scores came i ...
    Related: computer program, computer skills, computers, computers in education, bibliography references
  • Henry Ford - 1,172 words
    ... needed. When Henry Ford came out with this idea of using mass-production, he had many quotes like; "Good work is hard unless you have good tools and clean surroundings. Employees and employers ought to be treated by the same standard. Are they indifferent?" Or, "Old production methods say that machines must aid man. Our idea is that man should aid the machine." He also said this, "Hard labor is for machines, not people." (The Story of Henry Ford). A few months after this assembly line was introduced Ford's workers started to get extremely angry because they were making more cars, and getting the same amount of pay. Because of this, the workers started quitting their jobs, which caused Fo ...
    Related: ford, ford motor company, henry ford, house publishers, united states
  • Complexities Of Farming - 1,174 words
    ... mily farm comes for family members. On the other hand, large agribusiness firs owned by such companies as United Brands employ hundreds of wage laborers. It is bad news for family farms because family farm members are attracted to the wage pay from the agribusiness firms; thus they leave their farms to go to these firms, leaving no one to work on the family farm. As a result the family farm starts to see declined in productivity, and not too far away, the selling of the farm to some big firm, who can meet the monthly expenses. This is another implication affecting the decline of family farms. When family farms realize that they are getting into trouble with their farm, their immediate re ...
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  • Juvenile Psycopaths - 1,873 words
    What is the "super predator"? He or she are young hypercriminals who are committing acts of violence of unprecedentedcoldness and brutality. This newest phenomena in the world of crime is perhaps the most dangerous challenge facing society and law enforcement ever. While psychopaths are not new, this breed of super criminal exceeds the scope of psychopathic behavior. They are younger, more brutal, and completely unafraid of the law. While current research on the super predator is scarce, I will attempt to give an indication as to the reasons a child could become just such a monster. Violent teenage criminals are increasingly vicious. John DiIulio, Professor of Politics and Public Affairs at ...
    Related: juvenile, criminal behavior, birth control, drugs and crime, delinquency
  • Sweatshops - 1,973 words
    The US General Accounting Office defines a sweatshop as a business that regularly violates wage, child labor, health and/or safety laws. While sweatshop abuses in the garment industry have been an issue of public concern for decades, few people know about the sweatshops of the booming electronics industry. Behind the gleaming facade of the high tech industry are thousands of low-paid, mostly immigrant women, who assemble the nuts and bolts of our computers using hundreds of toxic William Carlsen, Staff Writer Thousands of Asian women are forced to work under slavery-like conditions on the U.S. commonwealth island of Saipan making clothing that top garment retailers are selling for huge profi ...
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  • The Change Of Society - 1,090 words
    ... ces to go to that satisfied the needs of the people. There were hospitals for the sick, there are plumbers for the water, electricians for the electricity, etc. People no longer did things on their own. If something was wrong, people that could help were only a phone call away. People began to take advantage of things that used to be an everyday activity. Clothes could now be washed in bulks in a washing machine and light was one flick of a switch away. Society in the modern became a broken record. People began doing the same activities everyday. People would wake up in the morning at a certain time, go to work at a certain time, go to lunch at a certain time, and come back home at a cer ...
    Related: super power, social organization, men and women, travel, invention
  • Paralegal - 1,688 words
    When a company's interest are the same as those of an individual employee, in-house lawyers generally can avoid multiple-representation problems. But once there is a conflict of interest -- or a perception of a conflict -- the picture changes dramatically. It is important for in-house counsel to know how to spot such conflicts and what steps to take in response. Corporate counsel clients normally include the company, its board of directors, its most senior management, the heads of the company's various business divisions, its employees and even its former employees. All of these clients deserve quality representation in every matter, from the most fundamental to the most vexing. With this br ...
    Related: paralegal, right to counsel, fifth amendment, professional responsibility, interview
  • Ecommerce Market Study - 1,541 words
    Prepared for: Paul Boray, MBA Prepared by: Pat Wilson June 10, 1999 Student Number: 100077846 The firm's objectives can be met and a go - ahead is suggested subject to addressing the recommendations. Macrosegmentation of the market identified machinery, wood, base metals and plastics as target markets for the firm. Revenue expectation based on a 0.4% market share is $329,000. Break even is $259,000 and requires contributions from 17 customer projects at an average billing of $15,000. The budget set for implementing the promotional mix is $100,000. Target ROI = 15%. The following recommendations must be considered before start-up: 1. Protect service names and marks. 2. Conduct a microsegmenta ...
    Related: ecommerce, market segments, market share, copyright protection, information processing
  • Tata Cars - 1,858 words
    The Tata Engineering & Locomotive Company (commonly known as Telco), is India's largest private sector company in terms of revenues and market capitalisation. It is also one of the 6 largest manufacturers of commercial vehicles in the world. Telco is a part of Tata Enterprises, which is the largest industrial group in India, employing assets of Rs.267 million (US$7.6 billion) in a wide range of businesses including Automobiles, Steel, Information Technology, Telecommunications, Energy, Chemicals, Hotels and Tea Telco was incorporated in 1945, to manufacture steam locomotives. Today it has a domestic market share of 68% in the MCV/HCV segment, 64% in the LCV segment and 32% in the multi-utili ...
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