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    Part 6 Sonic healthcare limited and all of its subsidiaries referred is an organization that committed to respect of human rights and upholding labour standards. This labour standards and human rights policy is aligned whit the principles established. Its also combination with sonoc’s core values and code of ethic, reinforces the commitment to ensuring all internal and external stakeholders are treated with dignity and respect. As part of this commitment, Sonic recognizes its responsibility to ensure its people are able to enjoy a work-life balance and are provided with opportunities to develop professionally The ethical code and overseeing compliance were sat by the board of directors and CEO, however it is the responsibility for each sonic employee to adhere to these standards. Moreover, the employee of sonic healthcare limited and associates in observing and upholding our principles with respect to labour standards and human rights. Sonic encourages openness and will support anyone who raises genuine concerns in good faith under this Policy, even if they turn out to be mistaken. If instances of non-compliance with this Policy are suspected, Sonic encourages reporting to an immediate supervisor or local CEO. Therefore, we could improve engagement of employees by those method. As an organization, We must have a common standard to regulate our behavior. Usually the top of the organization to develop common standard but is valid for all members. The common standard need to…

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    Mina Harker’s Diary 6 November. -- It has been ten years since Quincey Morris died, but I still dream of that frightful day. The nightmares are a nightly occurrence these past weeks. Every time I close my eyes, I see the red glowing eyes of the Count watching me. Jonathan tells me I wake him up screaming about bats and blood, but I have no memory of these events. Jonathan Harker’s Journal 10 November, midnight. -- Mina wakes around this time nightly; however, when confronted, she has no…

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    In "A Red Dress-1946", by Alice Munro, the red dress symbolizes non-conformity and giving in to the way of society. In the beginning of the story the narrator's mother is sitting in the kitchen sewing her daughter a dress. The material she chooses is very hard to sew and is very bold, the author writes, "The red velvet material was hard to work with, it pulled, and the style my mother had chosen was not easy either". The reason the mother chooses theses bold choices is because herself, being a…

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    In September, Donald Trump aired an ad against Hillary Clinton. Earlier in the month, Clinton gave a speech to donors in which she called Trump supporters “deplorable” because of their stances on social issues. In this ad, Trump attacks Clinton for her comment. The video begins with a montage of clips in which Clinton is (literally) framed in a dark light while a woman narrator explains the premise of Clinton’s quote. Next is a clip of Clinton, again darkened, saying the “basket of deplorables”…

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    “The Story of the Yorkshire Ripper” This is the story of Peter Sutcliffe, a man who was known as “ The Yorkshire Ripper”. He was convicted of murdering 13 women and attempted to murder 7 more women. Peter chose female prostitutes as victims, not caring the age or race, or having any preference whatsoever. Peter was born June 2, 1946 in Yorkshire,England and his parents were Kathleen and John Sutcliffe. Many of his family members thought he would be just like his father who loved to watch…

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    Student name - Simran Singh Student ID- 100280501 “SOURCES OF SOVIET CONDUCT” The single document “George Kennan's famous Long Telegram of 1946” best explained American anti-communism policy known as containment and aspirations of Soviets. (T)According to the Soviets capitalism is a threat for the socialism and the policy of containment which was started by the US was type of strategy to stop the spread of the communism. These issues can best illustrated by the reading-(a) aims of Soviet…

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    “Hawaii’s “1946 Sakada” is a study by Steffi San Buenaventura that explores the phenomena of Filipino immigrants who migrated to Hawaii to work in the sugar plantation industry. Steffi San Buenaventura begins the study discussing the history of the Filipino immigrants that migrated after World War II in 1946. The word “Sakada” refers to the Filipino men recruited by the Hawaiian Sugar Planters’ Association (HSPA), thus referring to the group of Filipino immigrants the “1946 Sakadas”. The central…

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    CABINET MISSION PLAN, 1946 BACKGROUND: When Work Party came to power in England in 1945, it asked for the having of the elections in Local Indian native. After that, the Work Govt sent the popular Cupboard Search for Local Indian native in Apr 1946. The Cupboard Objective contains the Expert Panthic Lawrence, the Associate of Situation Of Local Indian native, Sir Stafford Cripps, the Chief executive of Board of Trade and Mr. A.V Alexander. The Objective came at 20 4th Apr 1946.…

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    Women’s role had been a controversial issue in history. From 1946 to 1996, there had been a difference in the treatment of males and females. Women had few rights in the eyes of the law before. But from 1946 to 1996, women’s roles within society has been reversed and changed. 1946 was a time where females started to be more involved in the community. As in 1946, gender roles began to change within society norms. Women were needed and were more engaged in the community. From 1946 to 1996, there…

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    As the years go by, every generation has an idiosyncratic aspect to them that no other generation has before. This aspect, though, could either be positive or negative. The Baby Boomers (1946-1966) are characterized by the increase of births due to the end of World War I and World War II. Generation X is known for their independence, both a negative and positive factor. Finally, the Millennial Generation known for their assumption of techology; this is also both a positive and negative thing…

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