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Validated Performance Appraisal By Fred Eargle
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In the absence of a formal objective rating system, the activity of assessing human performance will occur on an informal, less objective basis. Each manager is continually rating each subordinate... More > as to who turns out the best work, who needs help, whom to recommend for promotion, and so on. To deny a formalized, objective system is to produce an adverse effect upon the organization and the individual. This book concentrates on the establishment of a Validated Performance Appraisal instrument based upon observed behaviors of the employee, while correlating them with various degrees of job performance. The format described here is a Behaviorally Anchored Rating Scale - generally known as the BARS format or procedure. It is an excellent model for the Competency Requirements set forth by ISO 9001 Clause 6.2.2.< Less
Attorneys: IRS Audit Technique Guide By Internal Revenue Service
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The right to practice law as an attorney is contingent on being admitted by a state and/or federal bar. These requirements differ from state to state. Typically, a law degree from an accredited law... More > school is required to sit for the State Bar examination. On passing any required examinations and satisfying any other requirements, such as a background check or committee review on character and fitness, the applicant is licensed to practice law. Some courts have additional requirements an attorney must satisfy in order to appear before them. For example, practice before the U.S. Supreme Court requires an attorney to have been admitted to practice in the highest court of a State, Commonwealth, Territory or Possession, or the District of Columbia for a period of at least three years immediately before the date of application; must not have been the subject of any adverse disciplinary action pronounced or in effect during that 3-year period; and must appear to the Court to be of good moral and professional...< Less
RISK MANAGEMENT IN BANKS By Dr. Mustari Hanmanth. N. & Dr. Waghamare Shivaji
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Banking is the life line of the economy. Prosperity and adversity of an economy hinges upon the performance of its banking sector. Banks are primarily engaged in mobilisation of funds and its... More > subsequent channelization towards productive activities which are must for economic development. In trying to do so banks are exposed to wide variety of risks, an effective and efficient bank risk management is essential but not so easy. In fact risk management in banks is over sold conceptually yet under utilised in practice. In this backdrop, we felt the need for a book which through flood light on different dimensions of risk management in banks. This has resulted in to the emergence of this book. It is our immense pleasure to place this book with humbleness in to the hands of readers so as to add to pool of their knowledge.< Less
My House on the Fjord By Martin Horton
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‘My House on the Fjord’ is a novel set, initially, on a simple wooden house at the end of a jetty in the middle of a fjord. The novel concerns a young man who suddenly finds himself on... More > this fjord, populated by magical creatures. He has no idea how he got there and has little memory of his former life, but is enchanted by this incredible world that he finds himself in. The story follows him as he falls in love with ‘The Lady’, Sarah, who to begin with professes her love for him and which he returns with gusto. However his love for the woman soon turns sour, as well as the experiences offered by the fjord. Encouraged by these experiences he embarks on a journey to ‘find himself’ and banish his negative emotions, which, as it turns out, have an adverse effect on the fjord.< Less
My House on the Fjord By Martin Horton
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‘My House on the Fjord’ is a novel set, initially, on a simple wooden house at the end of a jetty in the middle of a fjord. The novel concerns a young man who suddenly finds himself on... More > this fjord, populated by magical creatures. He has no idea how he got there and has little memory of his former life, but is enchanted by this incredible world that he finds himself in. The story follows him as he falls in love with ‘The Lady’, Sarah, who to begin with professes her love for him and which he returns with gusto. However his love for the woman soon turns sour, as well as the experiences offered by the fjord. Encouraged by these experiences he embarks on a journey to ‘find himself’ and banish his negative emotions, which, as it turns out, have an adverse effect on the fjord.< Less
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Wheat Belly - Summarized for Busy People: Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight, and Find Your Path Back to Health: Based on the Book by William Davis By Goldmine Reads
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Dr. William Davis, a prominent cardiologist, describes how removing wheat from the human diet can reverse a variety of health disorders, avoid the storage of abdominal fat, and eventually get rid of... More > the unsightly stomach bulges. Dr. William Davis has witnessed two thousand patients improve their well-being after bidding goodbye to wheat, and he has drawn a distressing conclusion that wheat is the strongest driver of the country's obesity epidemic and that giving it up may just be the key to long-term weight loss and ideal physical condition. Wheat Belly reveals the adverse effects of what is nothing more than a product of genetic customization and the American agroindustry: wheat. Backed by innovations in science and nutrition as well as firsthand testimonies of individuals whose lives have changed for the better upon giving up wheat, William Davis' Wheat Belly offers a provocative take on what is actually making the American masses sicker by the slice.< Less
LOGISTICS AND SALES MANAGEMENT By M. RAKESH KRISHNAN
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Logistics management involves planning, monitoring and controlling of the flow of goods, information and other resources, between the point of origin and the point of consumption in order to meet the... More > requirements of consumers. Logistics involve the integration of information, transportation, inventory, warehousing, material-handling, and packaging. The logistics objectives must focus on optimization of customer satisfaction and logistics cost. To maximize customer satisfaction implies a higher level inventor, premium transportation, availability of products at all outlets irrespective of the economic feasibility of distributing to such outlets etc. Thus, if we minimize logistic cost, the customer satisfaction will be adversely effected, and if we go to maximize the customer satisfaction, the cost implication will not be affordable. Thus, we need to mark a trade off between the logistic cost and the satisfaction of the customer. This must be the object of the logistic function of a firm.< Less
The Responsibilities of Independence: The Problems confronting Sierra Leone after Independence By Ezekiel Coker
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Sierra Leone was a former British colony during which the rule was free from political and other turbulence. The country was granted independence by the British in April 1961 starting with a... More > promising democracy. The country experienced its first military coup in March 1967. Then followed a series of military coups and counter-coups which had a very adverse effect on its governance. The country was made a republic in 1971 and in 1978 the president converted the government to a one-party system. This resulted to an autocratic rule after which the President cleverly handed over the government to the former military commander, and he immediately resigned. The latter’s regime became mired in allegations of corruption, nepotism and incompetence. This resulted to the country being embroiled in a most atrocious civil war. It took the intervention of large contingents of international forces before the war was finally brought to an end in 2002 and peace restored.< Less
The Hunter Cats of Connorloa By Helen Hunt Jackson
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Helen Maria Hunt Jackson, born Helen Fiske (October 15, 1830... More > – August 12, 1885), was an American poet and writer who became an activist on behalf of improved treatment of Native Americans by the U.S. government. She described the adverse effects of government actions in her history A Century of Dishonor (1881). Her novel Ramona (1884) dramatized the federal government's mistreatment of Native Americans in Southern California after the Mexican–American War and attracted considerable attention to her cause. Commercially popular, it was estimated to have been reprinted 300 times and most readers liked its romantic and picturesque qualities rather than its political content. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helen_Hunt_Jackson< Less

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