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    their products in societies. Consequently, to make more profits for their companies, business people need to consider about the benefits of labor forces, the…

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    The misconception that individuals have toward outsourcing are grossly depicted and absorbed from social media. While outsourcing is more noticeable in a way of jobs lost in bulk, the labor pool loses and creates jobs daily. It acts live a living breathing mechanism. Jobs are lost every day due to many different reasons, other than outsourcing. Individuals that are affected by outsourcing tend to be more upset and indignant than individuals affected by other reasons of losing a job. This breeds…

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    getting the necessary education that they can realize their potential. If education system fails to equip large amount of graduates with transferable skills to pursue their careers, the consequence is many corporations have difficulty in matching adequately skilled employees to suitable jobs that in turn offer them a good living quality (HBS U.S Competitiveness Project, 2015). Good basic education is an agreed goal and an essential prerequisite for further skills development (www.oecd.org).…

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    who are disapproving these options are viewed as “throwing the younger generations under the bus”. According to an article, it was displayed that there are four major factors that are causing a decline in the Trust Fund, and if these are adjusted may assist the younger generations in order to receive Social Security as well. The four factors were listed as: Falling Labor Force Participation Rate, Rise is Disability Rate, Long Life Rates, and finally Lower Interest Rates (Chuck Saletta, 2014).…

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    among publicly employed RNs than the rest of the employed labor force (Drebit, 2010). However, with overtime it is not only the nurses who are stained and exhausted but also it costs billion of dollars too. A study done in British Colombia shows overtime costs added to over 84 million dollars over the 4-year period and contributed 10-12% of all costs to workers paid (Drebit, et al, 2010). Furthermore, nurses doing more intense tasks in complex environment with fewer resources increase their…

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    We were tasked with reading four different articles about workforce diversity. The focus of each of these articles was the role that women play in creating diversity in the workforce. The first article “How to Get More Women into the Workforce” started off by stating that the baby boomer generation is nearing retirement age. Once consequence of this is that the number of job openings will reach record highs. Currently, the workforce participation rate is 62%, which is the lowest it’s been since…

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    complexity of the organization and rapid economic change…” (Netto et. al 2014), employees are having to compete in terms of the agendas of the company, the interrelationships of each individual in the organisation and how that may affect the performance on the organisation. Some employees in the company fails to have an understanding of the concept of diversity and how it can add value to the company which can result in lack of support for diversity. Managers find it difficult in evaluating the…

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    still a lot of speculation as to whether or not women and men are getting equal treatment and pay, many women today are finding themselves suffering from little to no discrimination in the workplace. In today’s society, people also tend to stay in the labor force longer. Recent studies show that more elderly people are working longer than in previous years. With more women, elderly, and culturally diverse people working, communication between workers can become quite challenging. Therefore, it…

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    Child labor, a topic that many of us often tend to forget about, that had a huge effect in the 20th century. Many people don’t understand the difference between child labor and child work. Child labor refers to the employment of children in any work industry that deprives children of their childhood, and interferes with their education. Child work, on the other hand, is when a child is working under safe and legal conditions. Florence Kelley uses logos and pathos to elucidate her point on why…

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    Additionally, staying with the thought process presented by Hogg (1979), actual correlation of prison rates and production modes was significantly neglected. Hogg mentions that Rusche and Kirchheimer’s thoughts over-stated the conditions within the labor market, when they should have been focusing more on the possible relationship between capitalism and incarceration. The mention of the New York State Penal System above serves, in Hogg’s analysis, an even further limitation of Rusche and…

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