Generational groups within the workplace

Abstract Each generation entering and working within organizations differs from the previous one in terms of education, values, aspiration, work attitudes, and world views. Managers are increasingly grappling with generational differences in their workforces. Beagrie (2013) referenced four distinct generational groups: Veterans are people who were born before 1946 and are very loyal, disciplined, logical, … Read more

RADIUS – Remote Authentication Dial in User Service

The Remote Authentication Dial in User Service custom was made by Livingston Enterprises, Inc., as a right to expand way server Authentication and bookkeeping convention Communication between a structure access server (NAS) and a RADIUS server is focused on the User Datagram Protocol. By and large, the RADIUS custom is seen as a connectionless association. … Read more


Motherhood is often defined as an automatic set of feelings and behaviors that is switched on by pregnancy and the birth of the baby, it is also seen as moral transformation whereby a woman comes to terms with being different in that she ceases to be an autonomous individual because she is one way or … Read more


Smoking, for some people is an everyday essential in life, but for others, they class smoking, horrible and harmful to the people is the smoker themselves and also for people around them. The NHS spends between £2.7bn and £5.2bn on smoking related diseases every year. This is disgraceful. This could be spent on finding an … Read more


Cancer is a tumor, or an overgrowth of abnormal cells. These cells grow by multiplying or dividing to rapidly make new tumor cells. This ability to multiply without limits grows quickly and invades surrounding normal tissues makes cancer cells different from normal )American Cancer Society, 2006(. Cancer is a cause death, which can invaded adjoining … Read more


Anyone can be an advocate. An advocate is someone who publicly supports or recommends a particular cause or policy and a person who pleads a case on someone else’s behalf (Oxford Dictionary). There are two main types of advocacy namely individual and collective advocacy. An individual self-advocates on the issues that are specific to them. … Read more

The role of Mobile in Human Resources Management

Introduction Technology development is one of the most powerful driving forces. It form differently the way we engage, work, live, communicate and also the way commercial activity is conducted. The application of scientific knowledge and digital business communication developments have make various organizational work activities. The method that organizations perform their work activity is currently … Read more

Analysis of a project to develop an integrated system for managing, recording and controlling the movement of all the goods into and out of Australia

1. Provide a brief outline of the project’s business case. Explain the rationale for the new system depicted above. As the trade volumes were increasing at an average rate of 3 to 4 percent per annum, ACS (Australian custom service) introduced Custom Management Re-engineering to develop next generation IT system. The main aim behind the … Read more

Star Alliance

Star Alliance is the biggest airline alliance and their member airlines fly to more destinations than other airline alliance in the world. Thanks to that it is easier to travel with them and to obtain quicker connections. The goal of the customer was to have smoother trip while traveling by plains. On the airports we … Read more

What are the roles of contract farming organizations in facilitating smallholder farmers to access privatized advisory soil testing services? (results)

The results are discussed based on the main research question which was trying to find out what are the roles of contract farming organizations in facilitating smallholder farmers to access privatized advisory soil testing services. This section will elaborate what is the implication of the findings and reference is made to literature reviewed and other … Read more

Smart-Energy Efficient Cities

1. Introduction Nowadays, almost 70% of the European Union population is urbanized, and this number is expected to grow up on the next years. European Cities happens to be the center of growth and produce around 80% of the EU’s gross domestic product. What is more, these cities consume 70% of the energy and contribute … Read more

How is the neo-liberal capitalist business model of journalism supported by propaganda?

Introduction Taylor C. Boas and Jordan Gans-Morse (2009) said that the term neo-liberal capitalist is now used mainly to develop for privatization, deregulation, free market and the whole reduction in government control of the economy. American scholar Rober W. McChesney talks that the term neo-liberal capitalist, which means ‘capitalism with the gloves off’ is largely … Read more

Personality Theory and Assessment

Personality is a set of behavior, cognitive, and emotional patterns than makes an individual different from others. Psychologists have proposed many theories to explain the different characteristics of personalities and its development, but the four major theories are the psychoanalytic, humanistic, trait, and social-cognitive theory. 1- Freud’s psychoanalytic theory ‘ Freud stated that unconscious forces … Read more