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  • Significant Amount Of Microsoft's Annual Donations
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    The Microsoft Corporation obviously sets a high standard for employee volunteerism and community service. For the past twenty years, the company has placed a higher importance on philanthropy than any other technology based corporation ("Microsoft Giving Overview", 2000). But why does Microsoft devote so much effort when they are not required to? Why do they spend literally hundreds of millions of dollars every year on donations, volunteer programs, and disaster relief? The simplest answer to th...
  • Corporate Culture The Culture Of An Organization
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    Corporate Culture The culture of an organization is the set of values, beliefs, behaviors, customs, and attitudes that helps its members understand what the organization stands for, how it does things, and what it considers important' (Griffin, 49). In other words, 'the way things work around here' (Dr. Williams). In order for any small business or large corporation to be successful, the employees must understand what is expected of them. While things might be slightly different in a large corpo...
  • Best Buy Chairman Ceo Richard M Schulze
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    Best Buy was founded in 1966 by the current CEO Richard M. 'Dick's schulze. Based out of Eden Prairie, Minnesota the corporation currently has 446 stores and earned over 83 million in total revenue last year. Best Buy carries a wide variety of products consisting of Major Appliances, video and audio equipment, computers, software, music, and wireless technology. When analyzing this corporation it is important to pay close attention to its current and future services and products, any problems wi...
  • Management Strategy For Workplace Safety Issues Managers
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    Key Point 1: How does Corporate Restructuring affect our Society? In the early 1990's, corporate restructuring was being reported in newspapers and magazines almost daily. In 1995 alone, domestic mergers totaled more than $450 Billion. In just the first week of the second quarter of 1996, merger activity totaled $28.3 Billion. To name a couple of corporations that were involved were Bell Telephone systems and AT & T. Pros and cons come from such large mergers and acquisitions. A good aspect that...
  • Limited Number Of Distance Learning Courses
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    hhjjkh Unisys Corporation is in the process of creating a corporate university challenged to foster a learning culture. This new entity will replace seven loosely connected professional development organizations that currently design, develop or procure, and deliver professional development programs to 34,000 world wide employees. The widely dispersed locations of these employees, as well as the requirement to build corporate profitability while containing costs, will require many of the courses...
  • Employees Of Egg Finance
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    Utilising the video case study of 'Egg Finance' (Slave Nation, Channel 4), critically examine the extent to which corporate culture is used as an effective tool for the achievement of organizational goals. Corporate Culture is widely used in many organisations and has a variety of definitions. It has been defined by K oozes, Caldwell & Posner cited by Moorhead / Griffin, (1989: 494) as:" a set of shared, enduring beliefs communicated through a variety of symbolic media, creating meaning in peopl...
  • Fitness Center Through Health Fitness Corporation
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    Executive Summary An on-site fitness center for Texas Instruments will prove to be advantageous to the company as well as its employees. Studies show that employees who exercise regularly are more productive, efficient, and pleasant to work with. Texas Instruments has the capability to increase employee retention, recruitment, and revenues by investing in a fitness center through Health Fitness Corporation. Health Fitness Corporation provides on-site fitness centers for numerous prestigious comp...
  • Corporate Downsizing
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    OUTLINE I. An introduction to corporate downsizing. II. The reasons behind a company downsizing. A. Cash flow, profits, and profit margins. B. Organizational structure and procedures.. Planning the downsizing. A. Pro and con factors. B. Identifying the options. IV. Implementing the downsizing. A. Announcing the action. B. Communicate. C. Staff Stability. V. Conclusion Corporate Downsizing: A Profitable Benefit Or An Unprofitable Disaster The unemployment level is at an all-time low. The economy ...
  • Chevron Texaco Corporation Law Department
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    Letter to Employees TO ALL EMPLOYEES: The Chevron Texaco Corporation combines companies with long and proud histories and worldwide reputations for honesty and integrity - two key values of The Chevron Texaco Way. These well-deserved reputations not only underlie our past accomplishments but also will be critical to our future success. The Chevron Texaco Manual of Compliance Procedures and Guidelines (the Manual) describes our policies both on the way we conduct ourselves and on the way we do bu...
  • Ethical Considerations Of A Corporations
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    Why should a corporation consider ethical behavior - on top of law and self-interest First and foremost, it is of dire importance to draw a distinction between appearing to be ethical and actually using ethical considerations. There has been an attempt by several corporations to appear to be ethical. In these instances there has only been an effort to reach an immediate goal of prosperity. Of course this will work in the short run but in a sophisticated society "fake" will not survive. With the ...
  • Employee Expenses As Miscellaneous Itemized Deductions
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    Facts: Taxpayers will be reimbursed by the corporation for all out of pocket expenses incurred including transportation, and lodging expenses. However, taxpayers will not be reimbursed for costs incurred in the operation and maintenance of employee home offices. Issues: 1. What procedures must the corporation take in developing and carrying out any type of accountable plan 2. What should employees be aware of regarding tax treatment of reimbursements and unreimbursed employee expenses References...
  • Knowledgeable Employee
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    The corporation was established approximately in the 1870's; since that time, until recently, five assumptions were the norm: The Corporation was the master and the employee was the servant. The Corporation was the only means of livelihood for the employee. Lowering transactional costs was of paramount importance; everything in the production process was done under one roof. Customers had little information and the corporation was all-knowledgeable. The customer needed the corporation to make th...
  • Magna International Inc And Royal Laser Corporation
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    Society has become very cynical regarding business ethics. With liberalization and globalization becoming increasingly more important in the 21st century, it has become more difficult to evaluate and validate the goals of a business while fulfilling the demands that ethics put on government, business and consumers. Clearly, the purpose of a business can take two opposing views. From a business standpoint, an organization's primary goal is to offer quality to its customers, efficiency from its em...

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