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    parents and family background have more influence than teachers on a young person’s learning and academy achievement.

    parents and family background have more influence than teachers on a young person’s learning and academy achievement. to extant agree or disagree
    Paper instructions:
    This essay is 5 paragraph .children influence with parents,family background, or with teacher on young person’s learning academy achievement ?
    Please write 5 paragraph and the this is statement please don’t write agree just say in my opinion … And agree both side and which one is the most that u agree with . about children more influence with parents and family background than teacher on young person’s learning and academy achievement

    Body 1 which side children at least influence with.
    Body 2 more influence with who
    Body 3
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    human Resource Management & Information Management

    human Resource Management & Information Management

    Project description
    In what ways may strategic human resourcing decisions with ethical dimensions have wider societal implications?
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    Leadership in the United States Army

    Leadership in the United States Army
    Project description
    Reflect on your definition of leadership utilizing Kosher and Poser five principles of leadership. Has it changed over the years. What impact has it encounter with theoretical material in organizations. What three recommendations do you propose for new or experienced leaders based on the five principles of leadership. References needs to 4 scholarly sources.
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    Journalism, mass media and communication

    Journalism, mass media and communication

    Australia mini country profile and cultural profile
    Project description
    ** IMPT — FOCUS on Communication IMPLICATIONS — Think about possible public communication implications of what the statistics may mean in terms of audience profile and communication strategy and vehicles.
    •Mini country profile: Briefly describe HOW the political structure, economic structure, and media structure could impact communications campaigns in Australia.
    •Mini cultural profile: Where does Australia fall on four cultural indices and what impact could this have on communicating with the population in Australia? (below are some readings about cultural indices and you choose which four indices you find apply to Australian culture)
    Ihator, I. (2000), Understanding the Cultural Patterns of the World: An Imperative in Implementing Strategic Public Relations Programs. Public Relations Quarterly, 45 ( 4) 38.

    Zaharna, R.S. (working draft 2010). "Overview: Florence Kluckhohn Value Orientations."

    John Condon and Fathi Yousef (1975) "From values to beliefs: Human nature, nature, the supernatural." in Introduction to Intercultural Communication by J. Condon and F. Yousef. (Bobbs Merrill). pp. 91-121

    Zaharna, R.S. (working draft 2010). "Overview: Cultural Continuum."

    Nisbett, R. E. & Miyamoto, Y. (2005). The influence of culture: Holistic versus analytic perception. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 10, 467-473.

    Miner, Horace. (1956). "Body Ritual among the Nacirema," American Anthropologist 58 (3), pp. 503-507
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    CONFIDENTIALITY, NON-COMPETITION AND INVENTIONS AGREEMENT

    CONFIDENTIALITY, NON-COMPETITION AND INVENTIONS AGREEMENT

    This Confidentiality, Non-Competition, and Inventions Agreement(“Agreement”) is entered into this 17thday of February 2014between Joseph Martin (“Employee”) and Concordat Company, a corporation organized and existing under the laws of Arizona.
    A. Concordat Company and its subsidiaries are collectively referred to as “Concordat” in this Agreement.
    B. Concordat desires to employ Employee as Vice President ofMarketing, and Employee desires to be employed in that capacity.
    C. As an employee of Concordat, Employee would have access to ConfidentialInformation (as defined below).
    D. Concordat provides, develops, sells, and markets clothing products and accessories. Much of the marketing work of Concordat is done through the Internet,which is global in coverage and can be accessed by people throughout the world.
    E. As a condition of Employee’s employment by Concordat, Employee and Concordatenter into this Agreement, the terms of which Employee acknowledges arereasonable and necessary for the protection of the legitimate interests ofConcordat.

    AGREEMENT
    In consideration of Concordat’s employing Employee, the parties agree asfollows:
    1. DEFINITIONS. For the purposes of this Agreement, the following termshave the following meanings:
    a. “Confidential Information” means information proprietary toConcordat and not generally known (including trade secret information) aboutConcordat’s business, customers, products, services, personnel, pricing,sales strategy, marketing efforts, technology, methods, processes, research,development, finances, systems, software, techniques, accounting, purchasing,business strategies, and plans. All information disclosed to Employee or towhich Employee obtains access during Employee’s Concordat employment, whetheroriginated by Employee or by others, shall be presumed to be ConcordatConfidential Information if it is treated by Concordat as being ConcordatConfidential Information or if Employee has a reasonable basis to believe it tobe Concordat Confidential Information.
    b. “Inventions” means discoveries, improvements, ideas, concepts, processes, formulas, methods, analyses, software, and works of authorship(whether or not reduced to writing or put into practice, and whether or notcopyrighted, copyrightable, patented, or patentable) that (1) relate directly tothe business of Concordat; (2) relate to Concordat’s actual or demonstrablyanticipated research or development; (3) result from any work performed byEmployee for Concordat; (4) for which equipment, supplies, facilities, or tradesecret information of Concordat is used; (5) are developed, created, conceived orreducedto practice using any time for which Employee is compensated by Concordat; or (6)are developed, created, conceived, or reduced to practice during the period inwhich Employee is employed by Concordat or within one year after the terminationof that employment for any reason.
    c. “Non-Assigned Inventions” means as any invention for which noequipment, supplies, facility or trade secret information of Concordat was usedand which was developed entirely on Employee’s own time, and (1) which does notrelate (a) directly to the business of Concordat or (b) to Concordat’s actual ordemonstrably anticipated research and development, or (2) which does not resultfrom any work performed for Concordat.
    d. “Competitor” means any person, corporation, not-for-profitorganization, or other entity that provides, develops, sells, or markets clothing products and accessories in any country in which Concordatdid business or had customers at any time the last 12 months of Employee’s Concordat employment.
    2. CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION. Except as required in Employee’s duties ofConcordat employment or as authorized in writing by the Chief Executive Officer orhis designee, Employee shall not, either during the Employee’s employment byConcordat or at any time thereafter, use or disclose to any person any Confidential Information for any purpose. Employee shall follow all proceduresand policies adopted by Concordat from time to time regarding the treatment andprotection of Confidential Information.
    3. RESTRICTIONS ON COMPETITION. For a period of 12 months after theEmployee’s Concordat employment ends for any reason, Employee shall:
    a. inform any prospective new employer, prior to accepting employment,of the existence of this Agreement and provide such employer a copy of thisAgreement;
    b. not, directly or indirectly, as employee, consultant, contractor orotherwise, perform services for any Competitor; and
    c. not directly or indirectly solicit or attempt to solicit anyemployee or independent contractor of Concordat to cease working for Concordat.
    4. INVENTIONS.
    a. With respect to Inventions developed, made, created, authored,conceived, or reduced to practice by Employee, in whole or in part, either byEmployee or in connection with others, during Employee’s employment by Concordat(regardless of whetherduring normal working hours or whether at Concordat premises) or within one yearafter the termination of that employment for any reason, Employee shall:
    (i) keep complete and accurate records of such Inventions, whichrecords shall be Concordat property (except for records related solely toNon-Assigned Inventions, which records must be kept but are not Concordatproperty);
    (ii) comply with all of Concordat’s policies and guidelines relatedto inventions and copyrights, as they may be revised from time to time;
    (iii) promptly disclose in writing such Inventions to Concordat;
    (iv) assign (and Employee hereby does assign) to Concordat all ofEmployee’s rights to such Inventions (except for Non-Assigned Inventions) and toletters patent and copyrights granted upon such Inventions (except forNon-Assigned Inventions) in all countries; and
    (v) execute such documents and do such other acts as may benecessary in the opinion of Concordat to establish and preserve its propertyrights and to obtain and maintain letters patent and copyrights in favor ofConcordat.
    If for any reason any such assignment is invalid or ineffective for any reason,then Employee hereby grants Concordat a perpetual, royalty-free, non-exclusive,worldwide license fully to exploit any intellectual property or proprietaryrights in such Invention and any copyrights or patents (or other intellectualproperty or proprietary registrations or applications) resulting therefrom.
    b. Concordat shall compensate employees for assigning their rights ininventions that Concordat seeks to protect under patent laws in an amount not toexceed $100 per invention (evenly allocated among all inventors).
    c. If Concordat in good faith believes that any Invention constitutes aNon-Assigned Invention, then Concordat shall inform Employee of that fact withinthirty (30) days of receiving a disclosure under subparagraph a(iii) of thisParagraph 4 (unless the parties agree on a different period of time on acase-by-case basis). If Concordat does not so notify Employee and Employeenonetheless in good faith believes that such Invention constitutes aNon-Assigned Invention, then Employee shall inform Concordat within thirty (30)days of the end of the period set forth in the preceding sentence, setting forthreasons for such belief. If within thirty (30) days of Concordat’s receipt thereofConcordat informs Employee that it disagrees, then the parties shall attempt ingood faith to resolve their disagreement. Employee shall bear the burden ofproving that such Invention constitutes a Non-Assigned Invention.
    d. Unless proven otherwise, any Invention shall be presumed to havebeen conceived during Employee’s employment with Concordat if within one (1) yearafter termination of such employment such Invention is disclosed to others, iscompleted, or has a patent application filed thereon.
    e. When developing a product or service for Concordat, (i) Employee shall abide by all of the terms, conditions and policies ofConcordat related to development; (ii) Employee shall abide bythe terms of any separate agreement between Employee and Concordat related to thedevelopment; and (iii) if Employee chooses to include or referto any materials for which Employee owns the copyright, then Employee herebygrants, and agrees to grant, to Concordat a royalty-free, perpetual, irrevocable,nonexclusive, and fully sublicensable right to use, reproduce, adapt, publish,translate, create derivative works of, distribute, perform, and display suchmaterials (in whole or in part) worldwide and/or to incorporate them in otherworks in any form, media, or technology now known or later developed, solely inconnection with marketing the products.
    5. RETURN OF PROPERTY. Upon termination of employment with Concordat,Employee shall deliver promptly to Concordat all records, manuals, books, forms,documents, letters, memoranda, data, tables, photographs, video tapes, audiotapes, computer disks and other computer storage media, and copies thereof, thatare the property of Concordat, or that relate in any way to the business,products, services, personnel, customers, practices, or techniques ofConcordat, and all other property of Concordat (such as, for example, computers,mobile telephones, tablets, pagers, credit cards, and keys), whether or not containingConfidential Information, that are in Employee’ possession or under his control.
    6. REASONABLENESS OF RESTRICTIONS. Employee acknowledges and agrees thatthe terms of this Agreement are reasonable and necessary for the protection ofConfidential Information and business and to prevent damage or loss toConcordat as a result of any action of Employee. Employee specificallyacknowledges and agrees that because of the world-wide coverage andaccessibility of the Internet, it is not possible to limit further thegeographic scope of the restrictions described in Paragraph 3 above in a mannerthat would still provide reasonable protection for the legitimate interests ofConcordat.
    7. REMEDIES FOR BREACH. Employee hereby acknowledges and agrees that anybreach by Employee of the provisions of this Agreement may cause Concordatirreparable harm for which there is no adequate remedy at law. Therefore,Concordat shall be entitled, in addition to any other remedies available, toinjunctive or other equitable relief to require specific performance or toprevent a breach of the provisions of this Agreement. Any delay by Concordat inasserting a right under this Agreement or any failure by Concordat to assert aright under this Agreement will not constitute a waiver by Concordat of any righthereunder, and Concordat may subsequently assert any or all of its rights underthis Agreement as if the delay or failure to assert rights had not occurred.
    8. NO EMPLOYMENT RIGHTS. This Agreement does not require Concordat to employEmployee for any particular length of time and does not restrict the ability ofConcordat to terminate the employment relationship. Except as provided in aseparate written agreement signed by the Concordat Chief Executive Officer or hisdesignee, Employee’s Concordat employment is at-will.
    9. PARTIAL INVALIDITY. In the event that any portion of this Agreement isheld to be invalid or unenforceable for any reason, that invalidity orunenforceability shall not affect the other portions of this Agreement and theremaining terms and conditions, or portions thereof, shall remain in full forceand effect. A court of competent jurisdiction may so modify the objectionableprovision as to make it valid, reasonable, and enforceable. It is the intentionof the parties that the restrictions imposed by this Agreement be enforced tothe maximum permissible extent.
    10. SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS. This Agreement shall be binding upon and shallbe enforceable by the parties hereto and their respective successors andassigns.
    11. GOVERNING LAW. This Agreement and any disputes arising out of it shallbe governed by the laws of the State of Arizona without regard for theconflicts of law principles of any state.
    12. FORUM SELECTION. Any disputes arising out of or related to thisAgreement shall be litigated only inArizona state courts or in the UnitedStates District Court for the District of Arizona, and Concordat and Employeehereby consent to the exercise of personal jurisdiction over them for thatpurpose by Arizona state courts and the United States District Court for theDistrict of Arizona. Neither employee nor Concordat shall commence litigationagainst the other arising out of or related to this Agreement in any courtoutside the state of Arizona.
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    Visual Arts and Film Studies

    Visual Arts and Film Studies

    This Project is about your experiences with participating in a live Art Event
    Project description
    This Project is about your experiences with participating in a live Art Event.
    It could be the most rewarding project of this term! All you need to do is to tell us about your impressions from a recently reviewed concert, a show at the theatre, an art show or art lecture. This event must be dated from this semester – sorry, but prior participations are off limits.

    Any LIVE ART EVENT will do. For instance, there are great exhibitions currently on display at the Denver Art Museum and there is an event on campus, at the Emmanuel Gallery:
    Student ShowView in a new window
    I would even be OK if you wrote your project after you watched the new major feature film titled The Monuments Men <Link> in an actual movie theater with a live audience.
    ____________________________________________________________________________

    Your goal is to address the question: “How is your experience of being in the audience of a live art event different from an event that is not live?”. Reading about an event, listening to a recording or viewing a clip on Youtube or TV is a difference kind of experience from being there in person.

    This Project “Experiencing Live Art ” is to include:Describe and Analyze parts.

    Part I Describe: 50% of your grade:

    • Venue * Information provided about the venue for the exhibit, theatrical show, movie, concert or other live art event you have recently attended.

    • Presentation* Provide a narrative as to what the artistic event was about. Provide observations about what kind of presentation you observed

    • Audience * Provide your observations as to the reactions and responses of other people at the event.

    Part II: Analyze: 50% of your grade

    • Experience * What was the experience of viewing art in person like to you? In other words, please provide your thoughts on how this experience affected you personally.

    • Interpretation * How did the venue, presentation format and viewing audience for your chosen work of art compare and contrast to your prior personal experiences of participation at an art event?

    Your comment should be at least 500 words in length.
    Note: Please feel free to attach a photo, and image or any other supplemental information on this event!

    APPENDIX
    Before you submit your project, check up these questions for yourself.

    - Did you do more than simply state the obvious?
    - Are the key ideas your own?
    - If you’re referring to other authors, have you properly cited your sources?
    - Is it clear how their ideas are relevant to your own train of thought?
    - Is it clear that they’re used to stimulate and support your own thinking and observation, rather than providing a substitute for your individual response?
    - Is it written in clear English prose, including complete sentences, appropriate punctuation, correct spelling, standard formatting, etc.?
    - Does it meet the length requirement?
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    Business Company’s name

    Business Company’s name
    Project description
    This is a narrative paper with minimal tables and financial statements. It represents what you learned about the company from the financial reports you reviewed, as well as the company government filings, and news releases.
    1. Talk about why choose this company. (write something that you think it is interesting to you or some big events in this company. )
    2.History of the company
    3.Show some finance tables (Net income, EPS, assets turnover, return on equity) and explain them.
    4.there could be a SWOT analysis for this company.
    The company could be Apple company, HTC company, Starbucks. HTC is the best one. I have a paper about HTC. You can use this material.I will send it to you. But the paper written by you should be original.
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    Roundal Wright Retirement Homes

    Roundal Wright Retirement Homes
    Paper instructions:
    Roundal Wright Retirement Homes
    Sandy wondered what she might find when she arrived at work today. So far her placement at the Roundal Wright Retirement Home had been much more varied than she had expected. As assistant to the housekeeper Mavis Long some days she found herself dealing with the home’s suppliers and other dealing with some of the residents.

    The retirement home was a purpose built complex comprising 55 self-contained flats for either singles or couples. Residents ranged in age from 55 to 85. Sandy had noticed that many seemed quite fit and active while others had quite complex mobility difficulties. The housekeeper, Mavis, was responsible for ensuring that all the communal areas, corridors, lift, sitting rooms and dining room were kept immaculately clean. The extensive grounds were a pleasant outlook for the residents who also enjoyed sitting out therein fine weather. Although the complex was designed for retired people who wanted to live independently, there was a dining hall which residents could access for lunchtimes and evening meals.

    Mavis announces that the Area Manager will be visiting the complex in a fortnight and asks Sandy to get some good views of the retirement home from residents to quote.

    At the end of the following day Sandy reviews what she has discovered from the residents. As well as the verbal comments made to her she has discovered a bundle of written complaints made to Mavis but which seem to have been ignored. She feels a bit overwhelmed by the number of complaints which have been made.

    Thinking back to her operations management lectures, Sandy decides to tabulate all the complaints that she had managed to identify to date.
    Parking seemed to be a big problem. Residents felt that there were not enough reserved spaces for each of their cars let alone sufficient for the number of visitors who came each weekend. A particular source of resentment seemed to be that Mavis had her own reserved space. There were also complaints about poor parking on the part of some residents who ended up taking up two spaces.
    Complaints were made about the time spent queuing at the counter in the dining hall. Open-ended comments made included:

    • Toilets were not clean
    • Not enough variety in the menu
    • My stew was cold!
    • Not enough activities are planned for the communal areas in the evenings Lift is not big enough for me in my wheelchair and my partner
    • Frequently the main menu choice is not available when I go for my meal Central heating is erratic
    • The electrician never comes when you report a problem
    • It’s ridiculous how long we have to queue for our dinner
    • Parking is a disaster
    • Not enough spaces for residents
    • The grounds are a disaster – why isn’t weeding carried out?
    • Everything is fine
    • The cost of the meals is extortionate
    • Half of the shrubs are dying out because they’ve been put in the wrong place. ¬
    • The queues at mealtimes are ridiculous
    • I’m too old to queue up; I want waitress service

    Sandy decides to speak to the cook about how the dining hall is organized. The cook used to work in the school meals service and has 10 years experience.

    Meat and poultry are purchased for the restaurant from the meat market every week. Vegetables, fruit and salad ingredients are purchased from the local street market which operates on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The cook used to do all his own purchasing and had certain stalls he patronized regularly but recently Mavis the housekeeper has announced that she will take over all purchasing. The cook feels that she has little experience or interest in food purchasing but is keen to prove to area office that she can make cost savings on the purchasing budget. Other materials used in the home are purchased from a local wholesaler called Macros on a monthly basis. The cook claims that the quality of meat and vegetables purchased has declined since Mavis started buying them.

    “There is a standard menu suggested by Roundal Wright area office but the cook and the housekeeper can vary that to suit local needs. The cook tells Sandy that he would love to introduce more variety into the menu but he has to be able to cost meals at £3.00. He is not allowed to go outside that price framework. The cook notes that there has been quite a turnover among residents in the last 12 months, perhaps the menu agreed with an earlier group is no longer to this group’s taste. He has noted that some dishes rarely get as Red for while others get sold out very quickly. He tells Sandy that since Mavis has taken over the purchasing there are days when he does not have the necessary quantities of the ingredients he needs for that day’s menu.

    “Queues well what do you expect when they all come in to eat at the same time. There’s only one of me, after all”. The cook explained to Sandy that most residents who are using the dining hall tend to come in together at 5.30. This bunching of customers caused difficulties in that only one of the dishes on the menu was prepared in advance, the others were cooked to order, This meant that there was less waste in the kitchen but residents had to wait while it was cooked for them, The cook acknowledged that he too had heard complaints about the queuing.

    Assignment Questions

    1. It appears that residents have a perception of poor quality of service at the Roundal Wright retirement home.

    A) Starting from theoretical approaches to “quality”, explain how quality might be defined at the Roundal Wright Retirement Home?

    B) Which quality assessment tools would you use to analyse the situation at the home and why?

    50 marks

    2. What quality improvement models would you recommend, and how would you apply them to improve service quality and what specifications might these involve?

    Consider the resource implications of your recommendations for service improvements (both financial and in other areas).

    50 marks

    The output is a report in no more than 2500 words, using tables, charts and graphs to illustrate your arguments where appropriate.

    Marks will be lost if you fail to make it clear which section of your report are meant to address which elements of the assignment brief.
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    History and Political Science

    History and Political Science

    Labor and The Civil War
    Project description
    The "dignity of labor" was integral to the Union and confederate vision of the American Republic both before and after the Civil War. Develop a 5 pages essay that discusses how the notion of " free labor" changed from the beginning of the Civil War to the end. In developing your essay you may consider which types of "labor" were considered honorable and which were not as well as how changes shaped the lives of particular people from approximately 1850-1877. The examples should form the 5 course's readings, lectures ppts, and the three books that I provide their links and chapter numbers in the word document. please remember to view them before choose any source, and no other source needed for this essay.
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    History and Political Science and Labor and The Civil War

    History and Political Science and Labor and The Civil War

    Project description
    The dignity of labor" was integral to the Union and confederate vision of the American Republic both before and after the Civil War. Develop a 5 pages essay that discusses how the notion of " free labor" changed from the beginning of the Civil War to the end. In developing your essay you may consider which types of "labor" were considered honorable and which were not as well as how changes shaped the lives of particular people from approximately 1850-1877. The examples should form the 5 course's readings, lectures ppts, and the three books that I provide their links and chapter numbers in the word document. please remember to view them before choose any source, and no other source needed for this essay.
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