This spreadsheet is also use when we are audited by the state. It shows that we are doing the home and vendor visits as recommended by the state. This spreadsheet also provide key information for the second half of the project which was the Vendor Training Seminar. I mailed out correspondence to the vendors with the date and time they were to attend the training. There were two week days with am and pm sessions, one week day with a pm only session and a Saturday with an am only session.
According the legal dictionary an incorporated company is formed with the approval from the state in which the corporation is being formed. This corporation is an artificial person, that is someone who does not exist. The organization can sue and be sued, that is unless it is non-profit. A corporation can sell shares of stock if needed. An corporations liability is limited to its assects, so the owner or the shareholders are protected from personal claims unless they commit fraud.
Ethics paper Amanda Tatom MGT/498 November 24, 2014 Richard Arriaga Ethics According to Wheelen and Hunger (2010), “Ethics is defined as the consensually accepted standards of behavior for an occupation, a trade, or a profession” (Chapter 3). The discussion of business ethics is always filled with the reminders of the past of large companies that altered numbers for the benefit of the profit margin in order to allow for stocks to go up and bring in more investors. A code of ethics is important to have as a guide of what the company’s direction is. Ethics and social responsibility If the focus of social responsibility is taken from Milton Friedman or Archie Carroll the consensus is that a business does have
John has the option of requesting compensatory and punitive damages caused by discrimination form his employer. If he does not receive the type of justice he seeks with the court’s decision, he can file appeals. If he exhausts all of his appeals, his case may lead to the Supreme Court. His case can only make it this far by following all steps set forth by the EEOC. Conclusion The EEOC provides employees with an opportunity to have an independent investigator review possible discriminatory employment practices within a private organization.
This was documented and monitored. We could not force Mr A to have a bath or shower but at the same time as careers we have a duty of care . After a week of reviewing this we had noticed that his flannels in his bath room were dry and was evidence that actually he wasn’t even having a strip wash, but he was having a wet shave every other day. We next called in the family and explained to them what was going on. The family said that they had also noticed that
Question 8. (TCOs 3, 4, 5, & 7) Alex works as an auditor for a major CPA firm. During the months of August and September of each year, he is permanently assigned to the team auditing of Hummingbird Corporation. As a result, every day he drives from his home to Hummingbird and returns home after work. Mileage is as follows: Miles Home to office 15 Home to Hummingbird 22 Office to Hummingbird 6 For the period of August and September, Alex’s deductible mileage for each workday
N.L.R.B. v. FRIENDLY CAB CO., INC., 512 F.3d 1090 (9th Cir. 2008) OPINION by CALLAHAN, Circuit Judge: Congress enacted the National Labor Relations Act ("the Act") to protect the right of employees to participate in collective bargaining for the purpose of negotiating the terms and conditions of their employment. In an effort to avoid an application of the Act and its concomitant collective bargaining requirement, Friendly Cab Company, Inc. ("Friendly") maintains that its taxicab drivers are independent contractors, rather than employees, and are therefore excluded from the protections of the Act. After conducting an unfair labor practice proceeding, the National Labor Relations Board ("NLRB" or "Board") concluded that Friendly's taxicab
Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced. David Findel, 45, of Monmouth County, N.J., was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Peter G. Sheridan in Trenton federal court. He had previously pleaded guilty to an information charging him with wire fraud. According to the information to which Findel pleaded guilty and statements made in Trenton federal court: Findel is the former CEO of Worldwide Financial Resources (“Worldwide”), which was in the business of originating residential home loans. Worldwide worked with borrowers to prepare mortgage applications and qualify the borrowers for home mortgages.
Sarbanes-Oxley Act is designed to make all personnel accountable for their action or inactions. For example, external, internal, and foreign attorneys are required to report violations to CEO/CFOs. If the officer(s) do not respond to the evidence provided by the attorney(s), they are obligated to report the evidence to the audit committee or another committee of the board. The act also provides protection to whistle blowers under Title VIII: Corporate and Criminal Fraud Accountability Act of 2002 (American Institute of CPAs,