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    The career I decided on when I began my degree was to become an Administrative or Executive Assistant. After doing some research and looking at all of the information, it holds true that this is what I would like to do after I receive my degree. Where I also researched a career in Project Management, I have found that being an Administrative Assistant matches what I would like to do. This is the career that meets all of my personal and professional requirements. Some of my requirements or ideal specifications in what I would like to do include location, salary, expectations, skill, description, and my personal desire in a job. (Occupational Outlook Handbook: Secretaries and Administrative Assistants , 2015) In my research about Administrative…

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    Recipes to do more with less Urged by economic instability and global competitors, companies seek ways to become more efficient In a time of economic turmoil, falling demand, and fierce competition, the route to business survival requires maximized efficiency and reduced costs in a sustainable way. No wonder, the ABM WEEK 2016 plenary "How to be more productive?" aroused great interest among the audience. The session was coordinated by Francisco Coutinho Dornelas, assistant to the executive…

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    Hi, I saw your UTA listing for an Executive Assistant and wanted to express my interest in the position. I recently graduated with honors from Ithaca College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Television-Radio, concentrating in Media Production. As you can see from my enclosed resume, I currently work as a Senior Administrative Assistant at the Fremont Chamber of Commerce, one of the most active Chambers in California, and have significant experience supporting high-level executives. Last…

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    The Crime Lab recently reclassified and posted an opening for a Senior Executive Assistant, a grade 14. After an application process and interviewing three candidates, Director Ross Capps selected Kristi Hill to fill the position. Kristi Hill is currently a Senior Secretary II in the Warrants Division, a grade 14 position. Kristi’s current position in the Warrants Division was reclassified to a grade 14, from a grade 13, on August 17, 2014. Therefore, she has currently been in a grade 14…

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    choice and loving it. I some days am so sure with what I want and other days I am very confused. As I have navigated my way through college I have been immersed with courses that align many different career goals and have been able to narrow down my descion as of right now to become an executive assistant. Coming from someone who has a marketing associate’s degree it seems strange that I would not just go for a marketing career but the truth in the matter is that I have realized that while…

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    system of government consists of three branches: the Judicial branch, Legislative branch, and the Executive branch. Each branch is responsible for a specific section of government and are meant to work for the betterment and protection of the citizens they represent. The Judicial branch is responsible for ruling if cases are constitutional or unconstitutional and is the head of the U.S. justice system. States are represented through the Legislative branch, which is divided between the House of…

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    n.d.). With the signing of the Constitution of the United States in 1787, the republic government was formed and established the three branches of government with overlapping powers. The three branches include the Legislative, Executive and Judicial organizations. Each holding the other accountable so no one branch can gain too much power. These Madisonian checks and balances ensure big government doesn’t infringe on people’s liberties also outlined in the Bill of Rights (The Constitution,…

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    When the government is divided, it can have drastic effects on its ability to operate. A recent example of this is the debt ceiling showdown in 2014. A divided Congress fought with the presidency on raising the artificial credit limit of the United States. The government effectively “ran out of money,” but was able to partially operate under alternative measures instituted by the US Treasury. 6. Explain the principles of separation of powers and checks and balances. Provide an example of each…

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    system and both play an imperative role. While the two are vital to our legal system, statutes are more important at restraining the Executive in NZ. This essay will discuss the significance of both and argue why I think statutes are more important. A statute can be defined as a written piece of legislation, made by Parliament, which has gone through the processes to become law. Statute law is the supreme form of Law in NZ. An example of an important statute in NZ is the Social Security Act…

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    This branch is a little different. While the Executive and Legislative branches are elected by people, the judicial is appointed by the president and confirmed by the senate. Executive: The President; the President 's Cabinet, Presidents of the United States, Order of Succession. The official branch of Government ensures that the laws of the United States are come. The President of the United States is the pioneer of the official branch of government. This branch is broad so the President gets…

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