Intend of this paper is to research the organization change and impact of Emiratization policies On Etisalat Telecom UAE. In this regard, it is required to provide an outline of the introduced organization and Emiratization policies. Etisalat telecom is one of the largest leading telecommunication companies of UAE. This organization caters to consumers, international level telecommunication organizations, ISPs, businesses, content providers and mobile operators. In addition, company connects more than 74 million consumers globally. Headquarter of Etisalat is in Abu Dhabi, UAE. It is considered as the largest operator in the regions of Africa and the Middle East. Moreover, the company holds a market value in surplus of AED 80 billion which is US$20 billion and annual revenue is more than AED 25 billion. Apart from this, Etisalat operates its business in more than 15 countries across Asia, Africa and the Middle East that is an area of coverage reaching more than two billion people (Etisalat, 2012).Furthermore, talking about Emiratization policies, it cause an organizations’ cost to enhance as the number of emigrants augments in proportion to the number of nationals in an organization. Organizations compose an embedded form of taxation on emigrants’ hiring on the basis of the perception of these costs. Consequently, these costs help incentivizing the organizations to attract more nationals which ultimately enhance those nationals’ bargaining power and make an impact on their wages. Nevertheless, as the organization employ more nationals, the bargaining power of each added national gets down. Apart from this, Emiratization policy also impose job quotas on the organizations that are engaged in trade requiring assured levels of national employment of United Arab Emirates (Winckler, 1997).Moreover, research question is whether Emiratization policies make changes and an impact on the said organization. Emiratization is considered as an initiative taken by the government of United Arab Emirates in order to employ the citizens of its country in an efficient and meaningful way in both public and private sectors. As Etisalat is a public company therefore Emiratization policies have made significant changes and progress in forming sustainable employment opportunities for the nationals of UAE. On the basis of research it was analyzed that Etisalat Company attempted to attract local talent of UAE at Al Ain Education and career fair. Emiratization policy framed by Gulf cooperation council demonstrates the nationalization of human resources. Although, the policy faced hurdles since its inception and implementation which were undefeatable, government of UAE had decided to deal with such difficulties faced by Emiratization as a nationalization undertaking. Thus, policy made an impact on Etisalat telecommunication to attract new talent from the country itself. The company supports Emiratization and believes on the potential and energy of young Emirates. Etisalat considered that nationalizing their human resources within the company will bring the opportunity and such environment which will enable the company to progress and develop (Abdelkarim, 2001a).More changes were noticed in Etisalat telecommunication when it provided most dedicated training & development programs to its staff for developing their leadership skills. These training programs were in line with Emiratization policy with the highest level of international standards for administrative and leadership roles. Besides it, the counted number of Emirati employees in Etisalat Telecommunication Company consists of more than 32% of company’s current workforce, which amounts to around 3500 Emirati employees. In addition, it can also be made a point that by supporting Emiratization, Etisalat framed its comprehensible strategy for hiring the best talent. The strategy of Etisalat created for Emiratization makes sure that UAE nationals would be employed within all key posts of the business including technical, finance, marketing, engineering departments, offering a affluent selection of proficiencies in a broader varieties of fields.
The political system of a country decides the quality of other essential classifications, like legal, social, cultural and economic. Economy is a variable that is identified according to the political conditions and regulations. That political party, which governs the whole state, has a laid constitution which is based on some ideology. Totalitarian approach is an ideology in that sense which further regulates the whole state, along with its legal, social, cultural and economic fundamentals(Buzzle.com 2012). It is significant to reflect upon the characteristics of Totalitarian governance; this strategy is an obligation over any petty matter to even expropriation in the society. It requires a complete surrender to the governing body. The prerequisite to enable citizenship in such a state has to be comfortable with this idea of having a total hold of their minor functioning. A totalitarian democratic state tends to maximize its control over the survival of its citizens, and the justification that this approach give is: that it is implemented for public good and second that it is a rule decided by majority of the governing bodies. There is only a single goal that has been set by the political system and not importance is thus given to the individual interests at all. For e.g. the government has no relation to what a farmer is sowing and reaping, what a retailer is doing or why? The totalitarian government thinks at a larger level and thus looks at the bigger picture. It sets a common standard that shall be achieved thus efforts shall be put in whole. It is ironical that one talks about democracy and this particular concept in one line, but this is how it is and that’s how people have been living with it in a totalitarian state(The Free Dictionary 2012).A totalitarian regime seeks to control not only all fiscal and political substance but the assertiveness and values of its population, blurring the boundaries between state and its civilization. The primary duty of the citizen is towards the state in that case, thus is rooted in the citizens’ life as the most recurring concern. In a totalitarian concept, and the goal of the state is more of an ideal nature which demands perfection and collective participation consistently (Thompson 2011).Law is usually positivist, that is constructed to gratify the elite’s prospective goals, and laws are seen as a step forward to deconstruct the stubbornness of the prevailing values and nurturing commercial aspects at a collective level. Altogether, any social groups or private parties have no autonomy. The concepts that have tried to stand alone and have come up in the twentieth century is almost a hallmark of many ideological impressions that the potential economies around the world have been holding especially in the second half of the 20th century. The noticeable examples are: Nazism in Germany, Fascism in Italy and Communism in China (Victor 2005).It is essential to see the raising graph of china in terms of its globalized picture when it comes to economy. The past three decades have been a boon towards the economic growth of the nation. The reason is that despite of the totalitarian government of china that has been holding its state individuals in a congested shell, still the economy has been leveled up to an almost incredible level.During the past thirty years, the economy of China has been positively transformed from a self-sufficient country and a centrally organized system to much more, .i.e., to a market-based economy, which has a strong grasp of both private sector .National reforms began in the last two decades of the twentieth century with the phasing out of agrarian economic systems, and then expanded its terrain to include a subsequent liberalization of market prices and demand of the self-rule for state enterprises, the foundation of specific banking units, by developing stock exchange, the rapid coming up of trading ideas with the foreign organizations(Thompson 2011).The major sectors in the Chinese economy, the initiatives were taken to initiate respect to labor class, investment and technical experimentation. China, in spite of being under pressurestrict regime of totalitarian governance, has reached a level where it is called the second largest economy in the world, after the U.S.A, and has even surpassed Japan both in size and the commercial shaping is of the political system. Following the set regulatory patterns, it has been a tough fight for China to emerge as what it is known for today. Chinese people have continued to face various challenges with respect to excessive domestic savings, and corresponding low domestic demands, which the government had imposed upon them. Thus the fundamental which this country has followed is, to bring a change in one’s own space first, before wanting to acquire something more than they already have. China as one unit had indulged itself in foreign share and also took initiative to be a part of the global economy; one can remarkably call it a Renaissance moment for China.
Productivity commission an independent and advisory body was enquired by Australian government, to look into national disability scheme, and how it could be designed, administered, financed and implemented, in the late 2009. The report highlight that the service provided for disability segment was inefficient and under funded. The commission advised that National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) must be designed in order to provide care and support for disable people. In the present scenario, the government is providing full support to the proposal of the productivity commission regarding NDIS. The services that are being provided to the disabled must be improved, but the main disagreement is arising in the context of fund scheme required for improvement in this segment. Productivity commission highlighted that NDIS will make a positive impact on the economic condition of the country. Labor market for people will also witness a possible increase for people with disability. Australian bureau of statistics highlighted that this step will prove to be extremely helpful positively affect the workforce with a disability and bring dignity into their lives. The final action plan, which is designed for an effective base of NDIS, requires a comprehensive and composite planning structure and joint efforts from the stakeholders. In order to make the scheme sustain for a long period the funding plan should be formally agreed by all the authorities.
Write a report on Social movement and policy of Australia??
In existing scenario, issue of cross boarder migration has been emerged quite significantly for nations across the globe. In the problem of increasing flow of people across state border have sighted quite prominently in the context of developed country, where there is sufficient opportunities for getting some intensive employment and better living conditions. Migration of people in large numbers, whether it is legal or illegal creates problems for the country, in which people are migrating. There are a number of different social, economic and political issues faced by the country due to such type of cross broader migration of people within the country (Esses, Dovidio and Dion 1991).
Civil society organizations are the organizations, which are aimed to develop a scenario of civilization of society in the entire world. In general terms, the term, ‘civil society organizations’ can be referred to different community groups, labor unions, non-governmental organization, public funded or charitable trusts, and other social foundations that work for the betterment of the society (Armstrong, Bello, & Gilson, 2011). However, the span of functions of civil society organizations is quite comprehensive. From the perspective of sustainability of the society, the contribution of such societies is quite vital as they ensures the proper delivery of social services and implements a number of different programs for social care and development. In the regions, where it is difficult for governments to register a significant presence, Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) can play a vital role. In recent period of time, there is a significant expansion of number and global presence of different CSOs (Anheier, 2012). Different factors such as economic integration, Globalizations, increasing pressure for democratic governance, and telecommunication revolution are the prime reason behind this rapid development of disposition of CSOs in the entire world. As per World Bank’s report, total number of CSOs in the world was 6,000 in 1990, which reached to 50,000 in 2006 (Defining Civil Society, 2010).
Whole of Europe was under the influence of the communist advocacies of the victorious Bolshevik Party that emerged victorious after communist revolution of 1917 and the communists advocated the destruction of the capitalist governments. Leaders of Europe were under the fear of termination of governments due to the influence of communist policies (Kissinger1994, Little 1988). In this situation, Nazi party under the leadership of Hitler came to power in Germany and Nazis won confidence of Europeans by depicting themselves as anti-Bolshevik. (Waddington 2007). The ideology of Nazi was anti-Bolshevik, and the aim of Hitler was to thwart bolshevism. In Hitler’s view bolshevism is the representation of a revolutionary concept of politics and philosophy that emerged as a state and he jeered at the international bolshevism as the concept of Asia that is threatening to the nature and way of life of people of Germany. However, an agreement between Germany and Soviet Union in August 1939 has enabled the division of Eastern Europe among Germany and Soviet Union.
1. What are the main types of political and legal risk that CI may have to deal with in its operations?
The content incontinence is an Australian biomedical company. The incontinence is related to the health issue affecting the all ages of people including child women and men. It can have the physical quality of life andsocial economic of the individual implications for the community and career. As per Freeman (1982)The launching of innovative product into the foreign market firms can use the marketing mix which is suitable for the country or with the business activities which they have involved. The major political and legal risk of content incontinence istwo types’ firm specific risk and country specific risk. It includes the number of factors suchas consumercultural back ground buying habits religion and the level of personal income. It is more important that the company should adapt to the product mix and marketing mix strategy to meet the local demands and satisfy the consumer. The standardization is thestate process of adapting the product to the local demand that will add to the overall cost of the product introduced and brand of the global scale weaken. Advertising the product in countries should adapt to the language political climate cultural altitude and religious practices. The promotional strategy will be regarded as offense when try to establish in the other country. Before promoting the product into the other country it is necessary to determine the pestle analysis. It will provide clear picture of the country and the market conditions. Based upon the desired output the powerful strategy can be implemented and executed. The company should develop proper marketing mix todistribute theproduct or service to the customer at the right time in right place. And it is also necessary to determine the distributionchain for each country and the local market where they are operating
What are the similarities and differences between Neoliberal and Neorealist theories? Which, if either, of these theories is most useful in helping us understand global politics today?
Neoliberal and Neorealist theories are important political theories that are being used for International trade and promotion related activities. Neoliberal theories mainly takes into account that people should be liberal and should go into international trade and promotional related activities for the same. Thus as per Timothy(2010) Neoliberal theory takes into account all those factors which are associated with International people being taken into domestic territory. Neoliberal theory can be said to be akind of that theory as well. Neoliberal theory mainly takes into account all the factors which are being associated with economics andunderstanding the cross cultural trends and environment for the same.
Relate how you see the points of Difference (if any) in approach to describing the end of Suharto regime in Lane, Max, Unfinished Nation, see chapters, “Power” and “Aksi after Suharto” and Chapter 7 “Political Unravelling in VediHadiz and Richard Robison, Reorganising power in Indonesia, the politics of Oligarchy in an age of market.
OUR TOPIC IS: THE AGE CARE IN AUSTRALIA. AND PLEASE DO THE ASSIGNMENT FOLLOWING THIS:
What is the being asked ? Two parts:
(i) the relevant facts and viewpoints pertaining to the issue
(ii) the advantages and disadvantages of each policy option – in particular the implications for equity and economic efficiency
– Introduction, give your essay plan, 100-150 words
– Part i) facts and viewpoints, give the facts and viewpoints (policy positions of different interest groups ) but try to conclude by answering “What are the issues?” – 500-600 words
– Part ii)
Analyse the efficiency & equity of two policy approaches
Evaluate the two policies – 1000 words
What is the nature and purpose of educate? What are its aims and ideals
Education is one of the most critical and vital aspect that plays an important role in our life. Starting from our birth till death, we are in learning phase. There is no limitation of the learning aspects in our life. At each and every point of time and situation we get some different kind of learning that makes us more knowledgeable and skilful and the effective and integrated implementation of that learning makes us more practical and experienced person in our life.
1) The ‘peopling’ process of Australia since 1788 has been dominated by racism. Is this a fair statement? Why/why not?
2) Australia’s international relations policies with regard to Britain and the United States have been driven primarily by our security needs. Discuss.
The Drone Arms Race in the 21st Century(29 april)
The drone arms race is rapidly proliferating and drone technology is developing at an alarmingly fast pace with a commanding US $94 billion market. The US, being the pioneer in this drone arms race, has a massive drone fleet in at least 60 drone bases operated by either the US military or the CIA around the world and most of these facilities are unnoted, uncounted, and anonymous. Chinese contractors have recently unveiled 25 types of drone aircrafts. As recently as in December 2011, Iran captured a US drone in Iranian airspace, not by shooting it out the sky but with its cyber warfare team. Turkey has also revealed its plan of having predatory drones in operation by June 2012. Georgia is currently testing autonomous drones requiring no human control at all. There may well be other countries deeply engaged in developing drone capabilities in confidence. There are already birdlike drones, underwater drones, drones within drones, facial recognition drones, and completely autonomous drones.
(a) Briefly explain how the ASX Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations improve “transparency”.
(b) Discuss the extent, or otherwise, to which the Trust Company Ltd has complied with Principles 2 and 3 of the ASX Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations.
The Proposed Legislation or Policy is:
The government is proposing to introduce penalty duties of 30% on all manufactured imports where the importer fails to prove that the producer is reducing its carbon emissions by at least 3% per year.
An analytical review of Sweatshop Regulation, Its Benefits and Cost
In the current business All the leading multi national corporation from west has been dominating the scenario in many business perspective, most of the countries want to buy stuffs from the developing countries is grown or manufactured by workers who all are deprived from their rights from many perspectives , Cell Phone components from China, And fabric from India, fruits from Mexico are commonly processed or manufactured by workers who are not even paid the minimum wages for their service. This people are generally exposed to vulnerable chemical, dangerous machinery and are forced to work for extra long hours, generally this people don’t have any say to bring any changes to this kind of situation.
In the context of Chines business and Chinese foreign trade discuss why Beijing Consensus has become an attractive political economy paradigm for many developing economies in preference to Washington Consensus.
University of South Australia School of Electrical and Information Engineering
EEET 2043 Analogue and Digital Electronic Fundamentals 2012sp2
Practical 3: FET circuits
The aim of this practical is to investigate two applications of FET devices, their use as an amplifier
and their use as a switch. The STP36NF06 NMOSFET is used in the hardware part of this practical
session. This is a 60V, 30A switching device. The datasheets are linked to this prac on learnonline
web page for this subject. Unfortunately Multisim does not have this device, but the IRFZ34N is
This essay is an analysis on Indigenous Australian Land Rights. It identifies key issues of Indigenous Land rights from the perspective of Indigenous and non-Indigenous people. It comprises the significance of Land to the Aboriginals, a brief History, The land Rights for the First Australians and Aboriginal Land Right Act of 1970, The Native Title Act 1993 and the present scenario of Aboriginal rights.