Monthly Archives: January 2015

Equality and Diversity Significance in relation to NHS Trust-MAH_151114_22014_44264

Introduction:

The report aims at providing background information about the development of Equality legislation and diversity approaches with context to UK and EU. The report identifies and relates the significance of the Equality Act 2010 to the operations of HNS Trust (Alexis, 2002). The focus is on the change and progress of the legislative framework rather than detailed analysis of it. It analyzes how the Trust may improve its effectiveness of internal interview process by addressing the equality and diversity issues as shown in the report. The interview process at the Trust is studied in detail with special emphasis upon the suitable human resource models that can be applied within the organizational environment.

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TRAINING METHODS-Sainsburys-MAH_141114_22014_44270

ABSTRACT

The purpose of the report is to provide the readers increased knowhow of the various training programs at Sainsbury’s. For being one of the topmost retailers in UK, Sainsbury’s need to maintain its strategic positioning by supporting competitive market position of it. Both on the job and off the training programs are evaluated within the organization. It is found that job rotation and role playing programs best suit the organizational standards and the level of effectiveness is increased manifold. The systematic approach of evaluation and analysis focusing on features, strengths, limitations, improvement levels and benefits are elaborated to reach to the final conclusion. Improved training will help in firming the position of the organization intact in spite of market fluctuations and unforeseen factor influences.

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TRAINING METHODS-44270

TRAINING METHODS

ABSTRACT

The purpose of the report is to provide the readers increased knowhow of the various training programs at Sainsbury’s. For being one of the topmost retailers in UK, Sainsbury’s need to maintain its strategic positioning by supporting competitive market position of it. Both on the job and off the training programs are evaluated within the organization. It is found that job rotation and role playing programs best suit the organizational standards and the level of effectiveness is increased manifold. The systematic approach of evaluation and analysis focusing on features, strengths, limitations, improvement levels and benefits are elaborated to reach to the final conclusion. Improved training will help in firming the position of the organization intact in spite of market fluctuations and unforeseen factor influences.

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Equality and Diversity Significance in relation to NHS Trust 44264

     Equality and Diversity Significance in relation to NHS Trust

 

Introduction:

The report aims at providing background information about the development of Equality legislation and diversity approaches with context to UK and EU. The report identifies and relates the significance of the Equality Act 2010 to the operations of HNS Trust (Alexis, 2002). The focus is on the change and progress of the legislative framework rather than detailed analysis of it. It analyzes how the Trust may improve its effectiveness of internal interview process by addressing the equality and diversity issues as shown in the report. The interview process at the Trust is studied in detail with special emphasis upon the suitable human resource models that can be applied within the organizational environment.

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Digital Forensic Case Study-2

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Digital Forensic Case Study

Digital Forensic

1/21/2015

Contents

ABSTRACT. 2

INTRODUCTION.. 3

GLOBAL FINANCE COMPNAY. 4

Concern. 4

Action. 4

Tasks. 5

DIGITAL FORENSIC METHODOLOGY. 5

SCOPE OF INVESTIGATION.. 5

SYSTEMATIC FORENSIC DIGITAL APPROACH.. 6

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Scenario Bobbys Biscuits -50196

Question:

Please see the below for the take home scenario.

Scenario ¿ Bobby¿s Biscuits

You are Kerry Jones, the successful applicant in a recent job recruitment process with established company Bobby¿s Biscuits. You have been appointed as a supervisor in the Brisbane branch and today is your first day of commencement. You arrive at work to discover that the person who has hired you, Senior Manager Michael Jackson was suspended yesterday and you are advised that you will now be reporting to Jill Smith, the Operations Manager who has herself only recently transferred in from an interstate branch. Jill greets you at the door and asks you to meet her in her Office to appraise you of the current situation in half an hour. She asks Roy Rogers, the Acting Personnel Supervisor to give you a brief tour and show you to your desk.

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49325 Table of Content

Table of Content

Task 1…………………………………………………………………………………..Page No.2

Task 2…………………………………………………………………………………..Page No.3

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Research Reflection Report (Assignment Format) – Guidelines for the Report

These notes are designed to help you deliver and conduct a successful Research Reflection Report.

The Research Reflection Report is a major piece of work and is designed to support your own self-critical consideration of your research and related business skills and demonstrate that you can:-

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Personal Reflection Statement:

The project was undertaken and successfully finished by our team and here I am evaluating my own contribution to team and personal reflection about learning from project.

It is understood that marketers still needed to evaluate some points like the value proposition of the brands going to be sell, tune products and pricing and after this have to manage the cost of media agencies and other vendors. Profitable customers and most efficient marketing and sale options are need to identify in order to win the market. Another important point I get is the recession’s impact, it varies according to economies and changing conditions of global economies tend impact on local and demographic groups in complex ways.

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The origins of the six day war-MAH_140115_25420_2_49697

The origin of the Six Day War that took place in June 1967 can be traced to nearly two decades back when the first Arab-Israeli war concluded in 1958 with the establishment of the state of Israel and with armistice agreements that were concluded on the Egyptian, Jordanian and Syrian fronts. These armistice agreements were supervised by the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization or the UNTSO.  However in 1956, the enmity of Israel with Egypt increased significantly when it invaded Sinai along with the support from Britain and France as a reaction to the nationalization of the Suez Canal as announced by President Nasser. The war on the issue of Suez Canal ended with the signing of two principal agreements. These were related with the establishment of the United Nations Emergency Force that was deployed along the Egyptian Israeli border but the force was only stationed on the Egyptian territory. The second agreement was the Egyptian approval of free passage of designer ships in the Gulf of Aqba that were heading towards the Israeli port of Eilat moving through the Straits of Tiran.[1]

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Pharmaceutics Assignment-MAH_130115_25370_2_49566

We have to compare the three batches in terms of their arithmetic mean tablet weight. For this comparison purpose, we have to see some descriptive statistics for these three batches. We have to use the one way ANOVA test for comparison of means of three batches. We have to use the SPSS for statistical analysis purpose. Let us see all this comparison in detail.

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DRUG RELEASE Assignment-MAH_130115_25370_3_49567

Construction of calibration curve

The claibration stndards, 25, 50, 100, 150, 200 and 250 µg/mL were used to construct the calibration curve. The results reveal that the high correlation coefficient (0.9996) value indicating the linearity1 of the curve across the concentrations employed (Table-1). Therefore the calibration parameters can be used for the calculation of drug concentrations from the samples collected during dissolution study

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ELSM LL4181/LL5181 Skills Portfolio-49157

The ELSM summative personal skills portfolio contains the following items:

  1. Westlaw and Lexis certificates, already submitted and completed. Candidates should not attempt to submit or resubmit, in any form. All candidates who submitted their certificates on time will be given a grade of 100% for each of those units of assessment.
  2. The candidate’s answers to TB 1 seminar 7, questions on statutory interpretation, except for Q13. (This item of the portfolio carries 35 of the 100 marks available for the portfolio document).
  3. The candidate’s answers to TB1 seminar 8, questions on precedent and case analysis. (50 marks).
  4. A brief comment on what the candidate learned in executing the court report and receiving feedback. This includes anything relevant, such as comments on the type and jurisdiction of the court, anything about the visit, the court users and staff, court procedure and so on, and anything learned from feedback. (10 marks).
  5. A very brief explanation of what plagiarism is, and how to avoid it. (5 marks).

Submit the single document, called “ELSM portfolio”containing items 2, 3,4 and 5, into the portfolio TURNITIN electronic drop-box on StudySpace, in the “portfolio” folder, in “assessment” by 09.00 on January 8th 2015. The word limit is 3,000 words. Words over this limit will be ignored. Title, subtitles and question numbers are excluded from the word limit. Candidates should not replicate the questions in their answer document.The work must be in 12 point font, in Ariel, or Times New Roman. Candidates should use footnotes to provide citations for any material referred to. Oscola formatting MUST be used. TURNITIN will detect plagiarism, including copying from another student, or a PowerPoint, any book or article, or any teaching material. TURNITIN is calibrated to ignore small matches, such as titles of Acts of Parliament, and legitimate material placed in quotation marks. Please see the StudySpace front page and follow the hyperlink marked “plagiarism” in the top left corner of the screen, and read the academic regulations on plagiarism.The portfolio document will be given marks out of 100% and will be graded according to the KU and KLS grading criteria.All candidates are expected to realise by now that they will be penalised for using internet crib sources, such as the Law Teacher, Sixth Form Law and similar sites and they will be rewarded for using legitimate sources such as the module textbooks, Westlaw, Lexis and so on. In accordance with KU regulations, module leaders are not permitted to grant extensions. In the event of illness, please follow the procedure in the regulations and contact the business and law undergraduate office. Contact details for the module administrator are in the handbook.

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Ottoman Empire History Summary-47004

The following are the instructions given by the teacher. I got 80% in the first  two summary assignment, which I am not happy about. I am sending you this assignment only and only to have 90+ in this assignment. The reading is from a history book very straightforward and easy to understand and the instructions/requirements are as well.

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