Research Paper On Employee Welfare Measures
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Measuring Value in Publicly Owned Organizations
The way that value is measured in firms usually focuses on financial or economic measures. This 8 page paper considers the measurement of value in publicity owned organizations and whether traditional measures such as profit levels or market value added, or if benefits and costs can be measured in a more holistic manner. The paper discuses the uses of a stakeholder approach to performance and the use of social accounting as well as issues of accountability. The bibliography cites 10 sources.
WTO Regulations - Anti Dumping and Countervailing Measures
The writer explains when and how country may introduce anti dumping measures such as duties, and countervailing measures, looking at the WTO requirements that are needed before any measures are introduced, how levels of duties may be calculated and the period that measures may be enforced. The paper is written with reference to a fictitious case to demonstrate the application of the regulations. Three sources are cited in the bibliography of this eleven page paper.
How Companies Treat Employees
In 1867, Karl Marx wrote that all capitalists exploit their employees, that employees were just another commodity to them. Sadly, there are still companies who really do treat their employees as disposable commodities but there are more companies that value their employees as a major factor in their success. This essay provided a discussion, an example of the disposable commodity company and examples of companies who highly value their employees. There are six sources listed in the bibliography of this three page paper.
HR Employee Benefits and the Impact of Rising Employer Costs
The cost of employee benefits, such as payment for prescription drugs and healthcare is increasing. This 4 page paper looks at how companies are dealing with this, such as measures to limit cover, or degrease cover, increasing the level of the contribution from the employee, looking for other areas of cost cutting or ending the benefits altogether. The bibliography cites 5 sources.