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    1.0 Introduction In today’s modern society, it is vital that in order for organisations to be successful, they must focus on building competent employees who have aligned themselves with the strategic direction of the organisation. Further to this, employees must be able to fulfil their own personal agendas in order to have job satisfaction within the organisation. In order to succeed in building a successful organisation, a deep look needs to be taken into the processes of recruitment and selection. This report aims to take a broad look at the recruitment and selection processes of the University of Queensland, Rural Clinical School Rockhampton (UQRCSR) and the issues surrounding retaining employees, employee morale, loyalty and vision. Through this report, strategic recommendations on key HRM plans and policies will be provided to help the UQRCSR best facilitate selecting and retaining competent employees. 2.0 The role of Recruitment and Selection In order to analyse recruitment and selection issues at the UQRCSR, it must first be defined. Recruitment and selection can be defined as searching for and obtaining a pool of potential candidates with the desired knowledge, skills and experience to allow an organisation to select the most appropriate people to fill job vacancies against defined position descriptions and specifications (reference). Once a pool of candidates has been identified through the recruitment process the most appropriate candidate, or candidates are…

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    Bourgeoisie class. This was put in place to stop the control of government by the aristocracy. Later it served a greater purpose, it keep the government in check and aid on the protection of the citizens. Part of the structure prohibits the government from interfering with areas, such as, freedom of conscience, freedom of speech or expression, freedom of assembly or association, and freedom from arbitrary search and seizure. This was later evolved and call Bill…

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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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    The executive and legislative branches each play very important roles that are different but often overlap. The president or executive branch makes foreign policy by responses to foreign events, proposals for legislation, policy statements, policy implementation, and independent action. Congress can make foreign policy by resolution and policy statements, legislative directives, legislative pressures, informal advice, and congressional oversight. The judicial branch provides little guidance is…

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    Baron de Montesquieu, an Enlightenment thinker in the early 1700’s, created the idea of “Separation of Powers”, which stated each government is separated into three forms of government: executive, legislative, and judicial branches. Each branch creates a set of checks and balances, meaning every branch must check the other two branches. Checking each branch maintains equal power between branches, providing a way to counteract decisions which are either unjust or unconstitutional by law. If both…

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    through Congress. What are some of the obstacles it faces before it gets passed? Describe how a bill can die or fail to pass. Describe the role of the president. • The role of the president is to be the face of the nation. The president has many jobs one of them being the leader of the military. Although the president doesn’t have the power to declare war he/she still controls them. The president it also responsible for signing and sometimes vetoing bills and laws that help affect and shape…

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    A. Arizona 's plural executives have a clear line of succession. The plural executives of Arizona are, listed in order of succession, the Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General, Treasurer, and the Superintendent of Public Instruction (RioLearn. (n.d.). Structure, Term, and Qualifications. Retrieved January 15, 2016). Arizona also has two additional members of its plural executive, but they are not included in the line of succession. They are the State Mine Inspector, and the five…

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