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Other

Answer the questions below:

After viewing the 6/16/20 Frontline documentary, The Virus: What Went Wrong? answer the questions below:
1. What was most surprising to you? Use specific examples from the film. (6 points)
2. What was most frustrating? Use specific examples from the film. (6 points)
3. If you were not aware of the information shared in this film, what do you wish you would have known about earlibcier and why? (6 points)

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Human Resource Management

Select a job opening foubcind on linkedin, monster, or indeed.

Prepare an outline of important points for a presentation to an employer about key issues in pre-employment screening for a particular job opening. Select a job opening foubcind on LinkedIn, Monster, or Indeed.

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Other

Please write a research paper that ties together the questions providbcied in th

Please write a research paper that ties together the questions providbcied in the attached document.

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Finance

Consider the spot rate of the foreign currency and the deposit interest rate of the foreign country.

Choose a U.S. company with a foreign subsidiary on which to base your journal entry. Reflect on the company, the concepts in the unit, and the current economic environment in which the subsidiary operates, and consider the current and historical exchange rate.
Imagine that you are a manager at the company you have chosen to study. You have been tasked with management of exchange rate exposure. Pick three of the prompts below to respond to in your journal entry.
Explain how the U.S. corporation could hedge the receivables and payables with future contracts. Would this be necessary for your company?
Consider the spot rate of the foreign currency and the deposit interest rate of the foreign country. Based on this information, would you implement a money market hedge? Why, or why not?
If the subsidiary’s foreign currency depreciates against the dollar this year, how can the company hedge its translation exposure?
How can the company reduce its economic exposure to exchange rate fluctuations in the foreign currency?
Your journal entry must be at least 200 words in length. No referencbcies or citations are necessary.

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Other

Click on “trenn’s bookshelf” then proceed to the textbook titled, “rigging the game”

Click on “Trenn’s Bookshelf” then proceed to the textbook titled, “Rigging the Game”
Please leave everything in question and answer format, simply put the answer below the question.
Please no outside sources, only the source I provided and the textbobciok may be used.

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Other

Please review the following video and comment on how you react when part of a new group.

Please review the following video and comment on how you react when part of a new group. After watching the video, what would you do differentbcily next time you are put into a new group?

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Other

The terms are in alphabetical order.

Background. One of the ways to establish credibility in the DEI space is to speak the language, including commonly used terminology. It lends itself to HR practitioners being perceived as more credible and enabling you to teach others.
As such, this assignment aims to create a DEI Recruiting Glossary.
Directions. You are responsible for identifying 25 words and acronyms in your DEI Recruiting Glossary. The glossary should:
Include words that recruiters, hiring managers, and all employees should be aware of related to recruiting and hiring candidates with diverse backgrounds
Include DEI words and acronyms that you have learned this semester through lectures, readings, and discussion posts
Reflect the words you believe are
(1) frequently used,
(2) misunderstood, and
(3) necessary for HR practitioners to understand during the recruitment and selection process
Represent new terminology you’ve learned and intend to use after completing our course
Target Audience. The audience for the toolkit includes the Talent Acquisition team and hiring managers (and anyone else that will have direct contact with candidates) – preferably in an organization where you work.
Criteria. The glossary must include the following requirements:
1. Simple Definitions. Terms and definitions are included, where the definitions do not exceed 1 or 2 sentences. Remember, the easier the definition, the more likely the audience will remember it
2. Diverse Applicant Pool. Consider terms that would help recruit individuals from diverse candidate pools (e.g., veterans, working moms, working dads, people of color, justice-impacted candidates, international students)
3. Alphabetical Order. The terms are in alphabetical order.
4. MS Word Template or Infographic Template. You must use a MS word template or Infographic template to build the DEI Recruitment Glossary. People remember toolkits that are well-designed. Approach #1: If you want to use a MS Word template to build the DEI Glossary – try accessing MS Word templates here. Links to an external site.
Additionally, here’s an example of a MS word template used by students in a previous semester. Notably, the words required in your DEI glossary are different, but you can still get a sense of how they used a MS Word template to build the glossary. Access it here. Approach #2: Another way to approach this assignment is to create an infographic. Here is an example of a DEI Glossary infographic I found online. You can access it here. Personally – I like the infographic approach. But it’s totally your call!
5. Glossary Overview. The glossary begins with a 3-4 sentence overview – which explains the purpose of the DEI glossary. The overview should appear on a separate page in the document. Remember, this is a DEI Recruitment Glossary. Therefore, the context you discuss should be related to how internal stakeholders will use the glossary (e.g., the Talent Acquisition team, hiring managers) during their interactions with candidates.
6. Five words – Candidates with disabilities. The glossary must include and reflect the language and terminology used to describe candidates with disabilities. Please include an (*) next to the terms used to describe candidates with disabilities.
7. Required Words. Of the 25 words and acronyms included in your glossary – you must have the following words:
BIPOC (i.e., Black, Indigenous, and People of Color)
HMCs (i.e., Historically Marginalized Communities)
DEI Recruitment Glossary
Part One – Glossary Overview. You will write an overview to ensure your audience (i.e., the Talent Acquisition team, hiring managers, and anyone else interacting with candidates) understand how to use the glossary.
Part Two – Glossary Terminology & Definitions. The glossary must include 25 words/terms. And each word/term included in the glossary must be defined. When you use acronyms, please describe what the acronym stands for!
*Remember – Infographic templabcite (see #4)! It is attached

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Criminal Law

(2) one paragraph describing how we could resolve the issue;

Write a research paper, two-four pages in length, which includes at least three research sources, addressing the following subjects
(1) one paragraph describing the issue and how this issue came about;
(2) one paragraph describing how we could resolve the issue;
(3) one paragraph explaining what would occur if we do not resolve the issue; and,
(4) one-two pages for your Annotated APA Bibliograpbcihy for the research sources.

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Nursing

Identify the concept of coersion, describe the charateristics of the concept of coersion, collect data from the literature review, describe antecedent and consequesnces of issuses about cersion in healthcare as part of treatmenbcit, demonstrate a model case.

Identify the concept of coersion, describe the charateristics of the concept of coersion, collect data from the literature review, Describe antecedent and COnsequesnces of issuses about cersion in healthcare as part of treatmenbcit, Demonstrate a model case.

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Business

Are there circumstances in which evidence-based management might not be the best approach?

1. Do you think evidence-based management seems like common sense? If so, why wasn’t it advocated earlier?
2. Are there circumstances in which evidence-based management might not be the best approach?
Could automated evidence-based management ever replace human decision makers? Why or why not?
3. Would you want to work under Jack Welch’s system at General Electric? Why or why not?
please answbcier and number each question.