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    Workplace Culture and Diversity Working with staff members with generational differences For the veteran generation to meet safe patient care and optimal patient outcomes the manager should address the following: the manager would have to address communication since this group of nurses was taught to be respectful and to speak when spoken to. The manager would need to provide education on how to increase communication with other medical providers and patients. The manager would need to educate…

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    whether they prefer to do online courses and the importance of timely Feedback. Millennials, who are they? When it comes to the Millennial generation, many people have different opinions on who they are, their overprotective upbringing, and their future expectations. According to Arlene E. Nicholas author of Preferred Learning Methods of the Millennial generation, believes that Millennials “who have been called entitled and empowered due to their inclusion in decision making since childhood”…

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    crisis Dollar’s value versus foreign currency Rising GDP Decrease household net worth Fluctuating stock market both nationally and internationally Unemployment influences on consumer spending Social Number of millennials Aging of the baby boomer generation Increased mortality Uncertainty related to social security Escalating healthcare premiums Financial scandals & crises Greater focus on…

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    Off Grid for Single Household Usage: Attic Wind Turbine Electricity Generation Abstract- This research paper presents a small attic wind turbine system consists of 120 Volt Direct Current, 2500 rpm, 60 Watts generator which is attached to the rooftop ventilator wind turbine. When the ventilator turbine rotates at a low current wind speed, the generator produces DC voltage high enough to charge to the 12 Volt, 125 Ampere hour batteries bank for household appliances or lighting usage. The…

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    Rise Of Nuclear Power

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    The rise of nuclear power started back in 2000 with the election of George W. Bush; it was with him that the development of nuclear power plants started to form in the United States. One of the countries that turned to nuclear energy was India, but it wasn’t until 2005 with the Nuclear Treaty, that it actually came into the picture and developed their Nuclear Sector. Then in 2010 India’s government passed the Civil Nuclear Liability for Damage Act, which dealt with any nuclear damages that…

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    themselves. Jake Barnes, the narrator of the story, is the most emasculated of all but I believe he is still the only person within the novel with a sense of self. In this essay, I will explain why I believe Jake represents the emasculation of the lost generation and Brett represents the feminization of men. Very early in the novel, it is revealed that Jake was injured in the war, and it left him incapable of having sex. Jake had declined to kiss Georgette, a prostitute, and had told her that…

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    The Millennials Generation

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    1982, the year that began the millennial generation. The beginning of all the self-centered, greedy, lazy, and “special” generation. The list of traits associated with millennials is never-ending, which coincides with the changes millennials have made in the past couple of years. Being a part of the millennial generation, leads them to say positive characteristics about millennials. We might be described as being one of the most successful and driven generation, but that we are impatient. Even…

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    As the face of the workforce continues to change in the United States the organizational theories to manage the new generation of employees has not adapted to the current culture. When addressing organizational leadership and management most theories such as trait theories, Lewin’s leadership behavior, contingency theories by House and Fiedler, and French and Raven’s Five Forms of Power Center these theories center on altering or adding to the heads of departments or groups. Modern or…

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    In the stop talking about work/ life balance the author Meagan Johnson begin by introducing what exactly the millennial generation is people who are born between the years of 1980 and the year 2000 and they are often called "the generation y". She talks about how the new generation are taking over the work force and , also are the first generation to be transferring to adulthood into the new millennium. We are socially acceptable to society much more than anyone else in the past. We always want…

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    Noreen Malone tries to explain the ways of the millennial generation to her audience. Malone uses tactics of showing the dialogue of instant messages about this generation. Malone gives statistics of how much this generation has changed in education, jobs, and self-esteem compared to other generations. Another way Malone shows how millennials differ from others is by getting quotes from millennials and comparing them to statistics of past generations. Malone offers powerful support in the form…

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