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    issues you face in your country of operation? SHRM agenda is an essential and critical part of a company’s expansion goals. It requires research and strategic planning and one of the important factor which should considered is local issue in the country of operation. We have taken New Zealand as our home country and will discuss the potential issue which will arise if these factors are not taken into consideration. These include 1) Diversity 2) Business Ethics 3) Law DIVERSITY Diversity is one of biggest realities of New Zealand today. There are people who belong to different nationality, race, age, culture, gender, sexuality, religious beliefs, interests, lifestyles, needs and desires. In fact, Auckland is now more diverse than London and Sydney. It has more than 200…

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    areas whereas Ultra-Fast Broadband provides high broadband speeds to the urban areas. Rural Broadband Initiative came into picture in the year 2009 and upon its completion in the year 2016; it will provide broadband to more than 250,000 households in the rural areas at prices which are comparable to the urban areas. This initiative is expected to provide high speeds of at least 5Mbps to around 86% of rural houses and businesses. Prior to this, only 20% of these rural houses and businesses had…

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    After that the National Transcommunications Limited, known as “ntl” and Telewest were merged as “NTL: Telewest”, they bought Virgin mobile and created the UK’s first “Quad play” provider in 2006. In 2007, NTL: Telewest rebranded itself and its products under the name of Virgin media. Virgin media is the UK’s largest telecommunication media, nationwide fibre optic network; its head office is in Hook. Virgin media has sharply improved from few functions to many creative and different products.…

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    Cellular Case Study

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    Act of 1996 deregulated local phone markets. Proponents say deregulation makes telecommunications services more competitive, benefiting consumers. Critics say it gives a few giant companies unchecked sway over our ability to communicate with each other. Regardless, deregulation appears here to stay, with the industry swept up in waves of consolidation that are likely to continue. OPERATIONS Idea competes with alternative major mobile operators together with Airtel, Vodafone, BSNL, Reliance…

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    KNOVA is a knowledge management system that help in maximizing the value of each interaction throughout the customer lifecycle. KNOVA Contact Center TM help in streamlining the information flow in call center. KNOVA provide an adaptive search and knowledge management platform that suites multiple organization needs. KNOVA also help the organization in capturing the knowledge that can be important for the future use. For example, when using KNOVA, the call center agent can easily capture new…

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    Era Of Consumerism

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    newspapers as their main source of advertising but little focus was on TV. By the end of 1953 TV had gained its popularity and focus was shifted towards visual advertising which brought about a boom in the U.S. economy. This new trend of advertising started in Madison Avenue, New York. This era was a period of acute consumption anxiety. Post war years also saw a significant increase in the population which lead to more people needing more necessities which gave rise to the modern consumerism and…

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    The 1st generation, in terms of immigrants, refers to two types of people: a person who was born in and is a citizen of one country, but whose parents are born in another country, and a foreign-born who has immigrated to a new country. Then there is the 1.5 generation composed of people who immigrated to a new country before or during their early teen years. Now, the term Asian-American, by definition, are just Americans of Asian descent. First generation and 1.5 generation Asian-Americans are…

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    James Salvatore was born in 1935 and raised in Victoria, Australia with his two parents and seven younger brothers and sisters. After his parents died in 1944 James and his siblings moved to Stewart Island, New Zealand with their great grandmother named Nanny. A year had passed, being 1945, and James took on the responsibility at fifteen years old to care for his younger brothers and sisters and his great grandmother. In Stewart Island all of what was left of the Salvatore family lived in a…

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    Women's Enfranchisement

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    Amongst the organisations advocating for women’s enfranchisement, another with prominence was the Dunedin Tailoresses Union [DTU] formed in 1889. The depressed economic situation in New Zealand during the 1880s led to “sweated labour.” Men and women alike worked for long hours and low wages in overcrowded conditions. Factory worker Miss M recalls “I made 12s 6d one week, but that meant working till three o’clock some mornings… and on Sunday, too” (Paul, 1910, as cited in Dalley & Robertson,…

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    Ideology Of Child Poverty

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    than about the lack of food and there are many factors that causes child poverty. These child poverty indicators and factors are things such as income poverty, living conditions or housing, material hardships, education, and poor physical and mental health. (Child Poverty Monitor, 2015). O’Brien, in Beddoe & Maidment (2009), suggests that there are six possible main causes of child poverty, which include the lack of advocacy and knowledge, decreasing support for egalitarianism, costs, dominance…

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