Scanning the Internet for Benefits Information Search the

Scanning the Internet for Benefits Information, ,Search the Internet for sites devoted to gathering and analyzing Employee Benefit information. Visit at least six sites. Explore each site making sure to get an overall understanding of the purpose of the site and the information it provides. Learn as much as possible about each site then answer the following questions., ,1. Provide the name of the website, who sponsors the site (or the owner), and the URL for the site. Also provide a summary of the information you found on that site.,2. How might you, as a job seeker, use these kinds of websites to ensure that you are offered a competitive benefits package?,3. How might you, as a human resource manager, use these kinds of websites to ensure that your firm is offering a competitive benefits package?,4. What information seems to be common to all of the sites you visited?,5. What did you expect to find on the sites? Is there other information you were looking for that you did not find? Be specific.

SWOT Unit 2by Helen ChavezWORD COUNTCHARACTER

Using the information gathered from the attached SWOT analysis, create an EFAS table for the researched company. Use Microsoft word to create your table. It should have five columns. The first column heading should be entitled External Factors, the second column should be titled Weight, the third column should be titled Rating, the fourth column should be titled Weighted Score, and the fifth column should be titled Comments.,1. In the External Factors column, list at least six opportunities you saw in the company. Underneath the opportunities, list at least six threats you saw in the company. ,2. In the Weight column, assign an importance factor to each of these issues from 0.0-1.0 (1.0 is most important; 0.0 is least important). These ratings are based on the probable impact on a particular company’s current strategic position. The higher the weight, the more important the factor to the current and future success of the company. You may not be privy to the exact information for this company, so in some cases you will need to use your best judgment. (You will justify your weighting in column five.),3. In the Rating column assign a rating factor from 5.0-1.0 (5.0 is Outstanding; 1.0 is poor). These ratings are based on the company’s response to that particular factor. It is a judgment call on how the company is currently dealing with each specific factor. Once again, you may need to make an estimate in this area if you are not privy to all of the information. (You will justify your weighting in column five.),4. In the Weighted Score column, multiply the weight from column 2 by the rating in column 3 to get the factor’s weighted score.,5. In the Comments column explain why a particular factor was selected and how its weight and rating were estimated.,6. At the bottom of column 4 add the weighted scores for the external factors. Is the company doing better or worse than others in the same industry? Complete this answer underneath your table.,Format your assignment using APA Style. Include citations

This is the week in which each one needs to select a topic for

This is the week in which each one needs to select a topic for your individual research report. You need to submit your choice in the form of a 2-5 paragraph statement of the topic and how you will approach it.,Some examples of topics include: ,• Nike and International Labor Practices – (past 5 years) – consider, in particular, what options Nike (and other firms in similar circumstances) realistically have when sourcing products from emerging nations. Do not neglect the economic issues as well as the ethical concerns. ,• Shell UK’s North Sea (Brent Spar) Platform (1995) – consider how well Shell and its nemesis Greenpeace handled the situation, and how and why it got out of hand. Was it ultimately handled in the public’s best interest? ,• Danish newspaper publication of cartoons of Prophet Mohammad that caused riots throughout the Muslim world – consider the right of free press in tension with the respect for religious beliefs, and reflect on an appropriate response for the newspaper when the violence began. ,• GE’s bid to acquire Honeywell (US/EU antitrust) – consider the differing standards of the EU and the USA in antitrust legislation and GE’s attempts to deal with the differences. ,• Apple in China — the company has come under fire for labor conditions in its production facilities in China. Consider the company’s options and how it might address the situation so that its beneficial to all concerned parties. ,

Moral Reasoning and Ethics—Lessons Learned and Future

Moral Reasoning and Ethics—Lessons Learned and Future Applications,This final discussion is in two parts:,Develop an initial posting of one or two paragraphs that analyzes any of the topics related to moral reasoning and ethics. Then discuss the qualities of a critical thinker as they apply to the required readings for this module. Ask yourself how the media (any medium) raises issues of any of these forms of reasoning. ,,Second, take time to self-reflect on the concepts learned in this course for reasoning and critical thinking. Are there areas that are challenging for you still? Provide some tangible examples of how your thinking has improved. Since thinking improves with practice, how are you planning to continually improve your skills? ,,The remainder of the discussion will focus on the discussion of aesthetic reasoning, moral and ethical reasoning, and legal reasoning. Make sure to back your thoughts and feedback with concrete facts and insights.,

Hamilton company makes us available its financial data for the

Hamilton company makes us available its financial data for the year 2013 here.,,1. Pretax financial income reported $60,000,2. Depreciation charged for tax purpose is $76,000 and Depreciation charged in the books is $60,000,3.Advanced rent received not recognized in books as income of 2013 but treated as income on the income tax return $5,400.,4. fines paid for pollution are charged as expense in income statement.,5. Tax rate for current and future years 30%,,Assuming that there are no deferred taxes at the beginning of 2013.,a. compute taxable income for 2013,b. Record journal entry to record income tax expense, deferred income taxes and income tax payable for 2013.,c. prepare income tax section of the income statement for 2013.

Accounts and Notes Payable.Described below are certain

Accounts and Notes Payable.,Described below are certain transactions of Larson Company for 2012:,,1. On May 10, the company purchased goods from Fry Company for $70,000, ,terms 3/10, n/30. Purchases and accounts payable are recorded at net amounts. ,The invoice was paid on May 18.,,2. On June 1, the company purchased equipment for $90,500 from ,Raney Company, paying $30,500 in cash and giving a one-year, ,9% note for the balance.,,3. On September 30, the company discounted at 10% its $210,000, one-year, zero-interest-bearing note at First State Bank.,,,Instructions,(a) Prepare the journal entries necessary to record the transactions above using ,appropriate dates.,,(b) Prepare the adjusting entries necessary at December 31, 2012 in order to ,properly report interest expense related to the above transactions. Assume,straight-line amortization of discounts.,,(c) Indicate the manner in which the above transactions should be reflected in the ,Current Liabilities section of Larson Company’s December 31, 2012 balance sheet.,