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51: John Maynard Keynes
... the time, people reviewed Keynes theories, which they discovered did not really explain the prolonging of the recession. Keynes began to study this problem thoroughly which appeared in his major work, “The General Theory of Employment, Investment, and Money” published in 1936. This piece of work that he did placed a convincing attack on the classical theory that capitalism would self-correct from a recession. Also, he proved the theoretical defense for programs that were already being tried in Great Britain and by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in the United States. Keynes based his model on the belief that increasing aggregate demand will achieve full employment, while prices and wages remain inflexible. Moreover, his bold policy prescription was that the government raises its spending and/or reduces its taxes in order to increase the economy's aggregate demand curve and put ... There he promoted establishment of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the International Monetary Fund. Keynes ideas have profoundly influenced the economy since World War II and many consider his “General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money” one of the most significant theoretical works of the 20th century. (Lekachman). Reversing back in time a little when Keynes had wrote his famous book on “The General Theory of Employment, ...
52: Sex Discrimination
... market. This aroused the need for a legislation for equal opportunity for both sex's to be passed in 1975. It stated that discrimination of a persons sex whether male or female was unlawful in employment, union membership, education, provision of goods, services, advertisements and pay. In this essay the discussion will cover subjects such as why woman hold a large percentage of the work force in companies but hardly any ... cope with women such as patronizing them, not listening to them seriously, being over protective and shielding them from dangerous situations so they never have the knowledge of how to cope (Allen 1993 p26). The Employment Act 1978 gives women going through pregnancy and child birth the right to have time off with no loss of position. This is only given however to woman who have a career involving full time and continuous employment and stops just 29 weeks after childbirth (Pascall 1995: 4). Parental leave, flexible hours and care of the child in sickness and health is left for the employer and employee to discuss. This is ...
53: Beware -- Witch Hunt In Sessio
... most crucial documents in understanding the link between Communism and homosexuality and the subsequent vehement attack by the government towards homosexuals is the unabridged version of the 81st Congress Senate Document 2nd Session No. 241, "Employment of Homosexuals and Other Sex Perverts in Government". (See Appendix A) This document is an accurate compilation of the personal biases prevailing, psychological and medical views on homosexuality, and the discrimination acts and political paranoia ... down homosexuals at bars and nightclubs. "These venues were often raided by police, however. Patrons were arrested, and in many cases, their names were published in local newspapers. For individuals who had managed to secure employment, such public disclosure could prove ruinous." (Wiley, 153) During this time the military was also conducting their own witch-hunts. Trying to gather information and evidence, either real or imagined, in order to lock gays ... unionist. Then they came for the Catholics and I didn t speak up because I was Protestant. Then they came for me and, by that time, no one was left to speak up. Appendix A Employment of Homosexuals and Other Sex Perverts in Government Introduction Sex Perverts As Government Employees Sex Perverts As Security Risks Extent of Sex Perversion In Government Introduction The primary objective of the subcommittee in this ...
54: Benefit Programs In The Airline Industry
... advantage of paid vacations, as well as the sick leave policy which gives employees time off from work, with pay, when they are ill or unable to work. Continental also provides immediate accident insurance upon employment for all of their employees. Continental does provide many benefits upon the initial employment of their employees; however, some benefit plans are not available until seven months after they have been employed. These include medical and dental insurance, vision insurance, long-term disability plan, and life insurance. Most of ... benefits to working at Southwest is flying for free on Southwest and flying free or at a reduced rate on other carriers with whom Southwest has a pass agreement. Effective from the first day of employment, all employees, their spouses, dependant children, and parents of employees all have unlimited travel privileges on Southwest. An employee may view this as a huge benefit when they decide they would like to travel. ...
55: Abilities of People With Disabilities
... employees is a modest twenty percent compared to a one hundred and fifty percent turnover of employees without disabilities. It is this kind of thinking that limits the ability of people with disabilities to find employment more than any other factor. In an E-Mail on Thursday, November 7, 1996, Barbara Sommer, Disabilities Employment Coordinator for the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission, stated, "The most significant barrier to employment for [people with disabilities] truly is attitude." One way to show the effects of discrimination of people with disabilities in the workplace is to show ...
56: The Education of A.I.D.S Discrimination
... S Discrimination in a job-related atmosphere is due to lack of education and sensitivity. The infection of HIV does not reduce an employee'sefficiency from satisfactory to intolerable. An employee should not be denied employment or promotion if they are not flawed by HIV. Some employees are not stripped of their capacities to perform even though they are infected with HIV(Lewy 2). Why should the employee health benefits be ... protect the inflicted. A Department of Health and Human Services review board has ruled "discrimination against someone who's HIV-positive is illegal" (Kolasa 63). Where does it say that unless the infected is under employment? The main thing to understand is that it doesn't. Eileen Kolasa reminds us of a law ofdirect meaning "HIV is a handicap protected under federal law" (66). The American justice system is what decides ... sense in the employee situations where the general public becomes a dynamic participant in the matter. Robert Lewy shares his view of determining if an employee is able to perform his or her obligation of employment by a series of guidelines: HIV-infected workers should be treated the same as persons with any other non-work-related injuries or illnesses, such as diabetes or epilepsy. They are entited to equal ...
57: The Welfare System Must Remain
... 11%. It is true that since 1973, poverty has increased. This is due to economic forces such as declining real wages, rather than a failure of the system itself. A third myth regarding welfare concerns employment. It is believed that anyone who wants to get off welfare just has to go out and get a job. However, workforce discrimination and lack of affordable child care make it difficult for single mothers ... inadequate. They must deal with a daily strain of benefits that, in almost every state, do not even take them near the poverty line. People on welfare are also frustrated because the program actually penalizes employment and savings. Any money earned above what is minimally needed causes benefits to be lost. In addition, any savings that the family has causes the family to be ineligible to continue receiving welfare payments and ... be reformed so that dependence on government is avoided. Job training and education must be integrated into a new welfare system so that when welfare payments stop, recipients have the skills to gain full time employment to support their families. Any reforms that are made must be responsible reforms. It must include enhanced job training and job creation. Reforms must also assist low-income working parents find ways to combine ...
58: Aerospace Engineers
Aerospace Engineers Significant Points * A bachelor's degree in engineering is almost always required for beginning engineering jobs. Good employment opportunities are expected for new graduates. * Starting salaries are significantly higher than those of bachelor's degree graduates in other fields. Nature of the Work Aerospace engineers design, develop, and test missile, spacecraft, and commercial ... Engineers may also specialize in a particular type of aerospace product, such as commercial transports, helicopters, spacecraft, or rockets. Aerospace engineers may be experts in aerodynamics, propulsion, thermodynamics, structures, acoustics, or guidance and control systems. Employment In 1996, aerospace engineers held about 53,000. More than two- fifths worked in the aircraft and parts and guided missile and space vehicle manufacturing industries. The Department of Defense and the National Aeronautics and ... testing services, and electrical and electronics manufacturing companies accounted for most of the remaining jobs. States with large aerospace manufacturers, like California, Washington, Texas, and Florida, have the most aerospace engineers. Job Outlook Individuals seeking employment as aerospace engineers are likely to face a great deal of competition. The decrease in demand from the Defense Department for military aircraft, missiles, and other aerospace systems has caused mergers among many defense ...
59: Registered Nurses
... Associate degree (A.D.N.), diploma, and Bachelor of Science degree in nursing (B.S.N.). A.D.N. programs are offered by community and junior colleges and take about two years. Possible places for employment are everywhere. Just to name a few: hospitals, nursing homes and offices. Employment of RN's is expected to grow faster than the average for all occupations through the year 2006 and because the occupation is large, many new jobs will result. There will always be a need ... long term and ambulatory care. Many job openings will also result from the need to replace experienced nurses who leave the occupation, especially as the average age of the registered nurse population continues to rise. Employment in hospitals is expected to grow more slowly than in other health-care sectors. While the intensity of nursing care is likely to increase, requiring more nurses per patient, the number of inpatients is ...
60: Affirmative Action
... 1996. These two historical events are driven by the desire of equality. What is Affirmative Action? According to Geraldine Leshin, it is "Taking positive or active steps to accomplish the public policy goal of equal employment opportunity." What is Proposition 209? Its a new law that has been passed that "prohibits the state of California and local governments from discriminating against or granting preferential treatment to any individual or group on the basis of race, sex, color, ethnicity or national origin in public employment, public education or public contracting (San Jose Mercury News)." Affirmative action was implemented for important reasons. "Broadly defined, affirmative action refers to efforts to increase educational and employment opportunities for minorities and women. More specifically, it applies to various programs and policies designed to increase the number of minorities and women hired by government and industry and admitted into colleges and universities."( ...

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