Kianna Williams December 16th, 2012 Do you think the cost of college is too high? A lot of people might disagree with me but, I believe the cost of colleges is too high. The college education however, is essential but a bit too expensive. People feel so squeezed between the cost and the necessity. At the same time, public colleges complain that they are being squeezed by declining state support and increasing pressure to educate larger number of less prepared students.
There are a number of strengths and limitations of using unstructured interviews to study pupil subcultures. Pupils may be in articulate or reluctant to talk, so unstructured interviews give them time and space along with encouragement to work out their responses. However, younger pupils have a shorter attention span so they may find long unstructured interviews too demanding as they can be quite time consuming. They can take several hours each and pupils are restrained to their timetable. There is also the need for training and the interviewer needs to have a background into education increasing the cost.
As indicated in the article, the reduction of marriages, babies, and divorces are indicating that these items are proving too costly to incur during this downtime. Today, more people are without jobs, therefore the scare resources are scarcer and result in the postponing of major lifestyle changes like marriage, having a baby, a private school education or buying a
The burden is on the employer to prove a BFOQ, and it is a difficult burden. The BFOQ defense is available only in cases of discrimination because of: Religion, Sex, National origin, and Age. Although a section in the law states, that Discrimination is OK "in those certain instances where religion, sex, or national origin is a bona fide occupational qualification reasonably necessary to the normal operation of that particular business or enterprise. As stated above, Hooters and LeVeille Maison’s business depend strongly on the experience offered to their customers. Under the BFOQ, the reason behind why they did not choose to hire Mr. Garcia or Mrs. Cameron, is covered and completely reasonable.
However, this was a problem because some of the products needed more DL or OH available to them. Furthermore, because of this, the proportion of DL used to the proportion of direct machining used for each component weren’t the same, though they were are all being charged at the same rate. Shifting from labor-intensive testing to a more advanced machine-based testing system caused this single cost pool system to become obsolete, and was also expensive due to the cost of these advanced machines. This costing system drove up prices for customers so Seligram feared it would lose business. 2.
“Why? !,” came out of my mouth as both a question and exclamatory statement. My father advised that it was the last thing anybody wanted to do, and revealed that his company was not performing well in the spiraling economy. This was news to everybody, and it became clear that my father wanted to shield this information from my sisters and I because he did not want to distract us from our studies. Selling the beloved home, he and my grandmother shared, would be the only means he could pay for our college studies.
KAT was also created to help the customers to get more in depth technical advices on specific issues. However, the KAT design has many weaknesses and issues that in the long run will hurt the organization and decreases the level of productivity of the employees. The change in reorganizing the structure made things more complicated in making large multiproduct trades because more people and more time needed to be involved. On the other hand, the salespeople felt too specialized and limited and were not able to use their abilities in other areas out side of specialty. Winston took advantage of functional and product departmentalization while avoided their weaknesses.
So wherein some careers might falter due to their obsoleteness as technology increases, more jobs are becoming relevant due to the expansion of the economy and the production needed to operate the machines. The other angle of the argument is that the jobs in demand with the rise of the Information Age are positions that are increasingly out of reach for the average middle-class worker, and are beyond the capabilities of those that previously would provide the skills to keep these specific positions running. Thus requiring a greater need for higher-education, which is also increasing in cost, and becoming less accessible for the average middle-class citizen due to the cost, and instability of the job market. Albert Einstein wrote that, "Technological progress
If the executive failed to implements these changes than it negatively affect company performance and the image. Due to advancement in technologies the new market brings ethical dilemmas, higher customer’s expectation and increased demands. In addition to that the communication gap between executive and employees and communication gap between employee and customers are also important. I personally consider privacy issues might be most challenging in futures. Today, many companies gave reward card or special store discount to the customers and customer many or may not be known reason for that.
If higher education were mandatory as part of receiving benefits, these perpetual cycles can be broken. Welfare reform will not be easy, quick or painless. However, the basis for welfare reform should be to return it to where it started – as a temporary support system during hard times. The current system is too costly, overwrought with fraud, and perpetuates a cycle of dependency. A better, fairer system of assistance and support to a better way of life is possible within the principles of what America was built upon; it just will take a lot of hard work to get it