Employment Law

Posted in: Disorder, Economics, Employment, Health, Immigration Reform, Kidney Failure, Law, Migration, Samples, Society, State

1. When can an employee’s religious belief qualify as a bona fide occupational qualification? Religious organizations are permitted to discriminate as long as the position relates to the promotion of the religion. Religious belief is considered a bona fide occupational qualification. For example, if a catholic church is looking for…

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Cause Of Unemployment

Posted in: Economics, Employment, Samples, Unemployment

Unemployment is a status in which people are without a profitable job. It has been an major issue in most societies nowadays and is a problem that most countries have been facing and are trying to address. Moreover, when we talk about unemployment, we have to consider the employer and…

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Unemployment Analysis

Posted in: Economics, Employment, Samples, Unemployment

Unemployment occurs when a person is not working but is actively looking for work. Economists have essentially identified four different types of unemployment which are frictional unemployment; structural unemployment; seasonal unemployment; cyclical unemployment. Frictional unemployment is best described as a highly skilled worker that is in between jobs because they…

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Employment

Posted in: Economics, Employment, Samples

Why is employment dead in the water? According to Charles Hugh-Smith’s article “Guest Post: Why Employment is Dead in the Water” employment is dead in the water due to the fact that politicians and government do not understand how to fix the unemployment issue because many of them have never…

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Employment Barriers of Ex Offenders

Posted in: Economics, Employment, Samples

Finding Employment quickly is a priority for individuals leaving prison, and is usually mandated as a parole requirement. Ex offenders often require some flexibility in their jobs, in order to meet court ordered or parole mandates, such as drug counseling, and therapy, and to meet regularly with their parole officers.…

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The Effects of Employment on Academic Performance

Posted in: Economics, Employment, Immigration Policy, Migration, Samples, Society

ABSTRACT This study examines factors that impact students engaged in paid employment while studying in a tertiary accounting program in a regional Australian university. It examines the differences in experience of domestic and international students. No direct significant relationship was found between paid employment and academic performance for the overall…

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Employment

Posted in: Economics, Employment, Samples

1. Using your adopted business or current place of employment as your primary example, please answer the following question. Do you think that most people are satisfied or dissatisfied with their work? What factors primarily contribute to their satisfaction or dissatisfaction? Using my current place of employment, I am going…

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