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Executive Compensation

- For Sunan Pty Ltd to have a successful float, a detailed and well thought out compensation governance needs to be developed. The following recommendations have been built create a compensation package to help maximise shareholder interest for Sunan Pty Ltd. PRINCIPLES OF REMUNERATION Remuneration packages should be created to attract executives capable of motivating people, communicating a vision, and leading a company to success to achieving long-term shareholder value ***** Remuneration packages should reward success over short and long term periods with an emphasis on the long term ***** Remuneration packages should be fair to all stakeholders of the business REMUNERATION COMMITTEE T...   [tags: Business Compensation Payroll]

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Receptionist Compensation Case Analysis

- PROBLEM What should Harvey Finley do with the compensation scheme of Cathy Brannen, given her contribution and the present standing of the Troupville Business Systems. OBJECTIVES  To establish a compensation package that would be fair for Cathy Brannen and the rest of the Troupville employees.  To keep Cathy Brannen in the company with an arrangement that is agreeable to her and the company.  To find an alternative solution that would justify the 2% override on Cathy Brannen’s compensation. AREAS OF CONSIDERATION • Salary scheme of other employees in managerial positions....   [tags: Business Employee Retention ]

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Worker’s Compensation

- Your employer has confirmed that you injured your leg in the course of you employment. We have, therefore, sent a report (including our medical findings, our diagnosis, and our estimate of the length of time for your disability) to Worker’s Compensation Board. As we discussed, you are entitled to Worker’s Compensation regardless of whether or not the injury was caused by your own negligence. You are guaranteed adequate medical care for your injury and financial support to compensate for the loss of wages during the period that you are unable to work....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Overview of Executive Compensation in United States

- This paper will fundamentally provide a substantive evaluation of how executive compensation correlates with the firm’s performance in the listed corporate firms in the United States. Equally important, such firms which are the beneficiaries of the public funding are entitled to expressly owe the public authorities the obligation to regulate the executive compensation levels. The paper will also delineate the regulatory approaches in U.S. along with the issues facing the executive compensation since the start of the dramatic economic crisis....   [tags: Corporate Governance, Economic Crisis]

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Minamata Patients’ Life and Minamata Compensation

- ... Although they got the compensation, their life was not really easy. One thing we should bear in mind is no cure for the Minamata disease. The patients should spend their life going to hospitals for treatments to reduce pain and rehabilitation. They also faced tough discrimination from other people. People didn’t want to get closer to them as people were afraid to be infected. Some people also chose not to tell to their relatives. However, there are some people who bravely confirmed their status and decided to be Kataribe....   [tags: certification, discrimination, expenses]

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Motivation: Reward System and the Role of Compensation

- Motivation: Reward System and the Role of Compensation The design and management of reward systems present the general manager with one of the most difficult HRM tasks. This HRM policy area contains the greatest contradictions between the promise of theory and the reality of implementation. Consequently, organizations sometimes go through cycles of innovation and hope as reward systems are developed, followed by disillusionment as these reward systems fail to deliver. Rewards and employee satisfaction Gaining an employee's satisfaction with the rewards given is not a simple matter....   [tags: Papers Management Business Essays]

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Torts Project : Payment of Compensation in Hit and Run Motor Accident

- PAYMENT OF COMPENSATION IN HIT AND RUN MOTOR ACCIDENT OBJECTIVES AND METHODOLOGY OBJECTIVES: 1: TO FIND OUT AND STUDY THE PAYMENT OF COMPENSATION IN HIT AND RUN MOTOR ACCIDENT. 2: TO DRAW UP THE BASIC TRENDS BY ANALYSING VARIOUS CASES METHODOLOGY THE BASIC METHODOLOGY ADOPTED TO PREPARE THIS RESEARCH IS DEDUCTIVE THAT IS TO STUDY VARIOUS CASES, TO ANALYSE THE LAWS IN THE SAME TOPIC AND UNDERSTAND THE GENERAL PRINCIPLE TO DRAW A GENERAL CONCLUSION. Introduction The number of people who get killed or maimed in motor vehicle accidents is growing day by day....   [tags: Tort Law]

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Non Monetary Incentives In The Workplace

- Do Not Show Me the Money: The Growing Popularity of Non Monetary Incentives in the Workplace With the growing decline of economy, more employers are using non-monetary incentives to motivate employees, yielding positive results. While everyone needs money for the expenses of everyday life, most current and long-standing employees rarely view cash as good motivation. If an employer pays fairly, employees desire appreciation and other non monetary rewards in exchange for a job well done. This trend is becoming more popular as businesses explore ways to motivate employees without breaking the budget....   [tags: Employee Compensation Benefits]

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A Company's Pay System Must Help to Improve Competitivenes

- <p>Companies are always challenged with improving operations so that they remain competitive. A pay system should support the change that the organization is trying to make. So when considering which compensation program to use, it is important to assess the organization in terms of where it is and where it needs to go. </p> <p>Broadbanding is a salary structure that consolidates many pay grades into a few broad bands. Career banding is also a salary structure that reduces the number of pay grades....   [tags: compentation, salary structure, broadband]

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Nonuniversal Effects in Bose-Einstein Condensation

- Nonuniversal Effects in Bose-Einstein Condensation In 1924 Albert Einstein predicted the existence of a special type of matter now known as Bose-Einstein condensation. However, it was not until 1995 that simple BEC (Bose-Einstein condensation) was observed in a low-density Bosonic gas. This recent experimental breakthrough has led to renewed theoretical interest in BEC. The focus of my research is to more accurately determine basic properties of homogeneous Bose gases. In particular nonuniversal effects of the energy density and condensate fraction will be explored....   [tags: Albert Einstein Gases Science Essays]

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Solar Nebula Cause Planet Formation

- Solar nebula is a rotating flattened disk of gas and dust in which the outer part of the disk became planets while the center bulge part became the sun. Its inner part is hot, which is heated by a young sun and due to the impact of the gas falling on the disk during its collapse. However, the outer part is cold and far below the freezing point of water. In the solar nebula, the process of condensation occurs after enough cooling of solar nebula and results in the formation into a disk. Condensation is a process of cooling the gas and its molecules stick together to form liquid or solid particles....   [tags: disk, condensation, rotate, planet]

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workers comp

- It shouldn't hurt to go to work. But in 1998, nearly 6 million U.S. workers were injured at work or became sick because of their jobs. Most working Americans know that they are protected by workers' compensation laws if they are injured on the job. But many are unaware of the prominent role played by organized labor in securing these historic legal protections. Workers' compensation laws became necessary at the turn of the century, when injured workers were faced with rising medical costs and lost time....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Comentation On Let Us Now Praise Famous Men

- It was in 1936 that James Agee and Walker Evans, on assignment for Fortune magazine, drove into rural Alabama and entered the world of three families of white tenant farmers. And it was in this same year that Franklin D. Roosevelt was elected to his second term as president, his New Deal having won the resounding support of American voters. Fortune was not unique in its concern for the tenant farmer; Roosevelt himself appointed a Committee on Farm Tenancy to investigate the situation of this segment of the nation's farming population....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Gap Analysis: Riordan Manufacturing

- Gap Analysis: Riordan Manufacturing Organizations of all sizes face the difficult task of motivating and providing a challenging and rewarding atmosphere for their workforce. An organization’s business strategy and technology is the driving force for developing the organization’s design and work processes. These work processes will determine the behaviors and roles the organization desires from the workforce....   [tags: Business Management Strategy Analysis]

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Legal Prostitution

- Prostitution has long been considered as illegal. But is it necessary to do so. It is said that prostitution causes inconvenience and troubles to general public. However, the act that considers prostitution as illegal causes inconvenience and troubles to prostitutes either. Does general public has the right to live without prostitution nearby, which will prevent prostitutes from making money with their 'resources', or do prostitutes have the right to make money with their 'resources', which will prevent general public from living in 'an more enjoyable' environment....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Networking and Telecommunication: Optical Communication

- I. INTRODUCTION Optical communication is a method of data transmission in which data and information are transmitted in form of light. It is widely used for communicating information and data because of the larger bandwidth and higher data rate. Unfortunately, it suffers from one of the major problem of dispersion. Because of the dispersion, pulse become wider and interfere with adjacent symbols that degrades the performance of the optical link. [1] There are many different methods which are useful for compensating the effect of dispersion and hence improves the performance of the optical link....   [tags: Fiber Bragg, network design, fiber optic]

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Compensation Plans: Targeting Incentives

- Incentive based compensation plans are one of the most conversed topics organizations that have been dealing with for quite some time. There have been several philosophies, formulas, and plans used but in the end, each type of plan has created unfavorable and optimistic results. The questions have always been whether the positive that comes from incentives plans are worth the challenges they create. In examining some of the plans that offer individuals, team based, and long-term incentives, they all vary in different ways that they are applicable, administered and designed, and beneficial to the organization’s objectives....   [tags: planning, financial performance, compensation]

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compensation

- Basis For Compensation Premier Conferencing basis for compensation is based on individual, team/organizational efforts. Premier’s associates are their greatest assets and they work collaboratively to achieve a rare degree of success to satisfy their client’s unique needs. In doing this, Premier’s employees work hard at their jobs to provide outstanding service to their customers, therefore received above average pay, both individual, team players, and organizational. It’s great that Premier Conferencing emphasizes on having fun in the workplace while being productive and successful in increase sales and commissions....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Workers? Compensation

- Workers’ compensation is meant to protect employees from loss of income and to cover extra expenses associated with job-related injuries or illness. Accidents in which the employee does not lose time from work, accidents in which the employee loses time from work, temporary partial disability, permanent partial or total disability, death, occupational diseases, noncrippling physical impairments, such as deafness, impairments suffered at employer-sanctioned events, such as social events or during travel to organization business, and injuries or disabilities attributable to an employer’s gross negligence are the types of injuries and illnesses most frequently covered by workers’ compens...   [tags: essays research papers]

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Unjust Compensation

- Each year, high school athletes are given scholarships to compete in collegiate level sports. Most people see this as an excellent opportunity for students, but is that really the case. Do these athletes really need this money to attend college and have a better life. I think not. College athletes shouldn’t receive monetary compensation because scholarships should be for academic achievement, playing at the collegiate level is not yet a career, and the love of the sport can be lost. Scholarships should be awarded to scholars, not athletes....   [tags: Athletics]

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Compensation is Key to a Successful Business

- Executive Compensation Business Key To run a successful business there are some master minds and professionals required who are not suppose to run the business only but should also know that how to take the business in the correct way and get more profit from that. They are not only focusing the current business location but also preparing the schedule for the future planning. The business is depends on the management and the managements is depends upon the managers, who are running the business in the smooth way....   [tags: salaries, benefits, management]

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Accounting for Compensation at a Company

- Re: Murray Compensation, Inc. Facts Murray Compensation, Inc. (Murray), an SEC registrant that provides payroll processing and benefit administration services to other companies, granted 100,000 “at-the-money” employee share options on January 1, 2006. The awards have a grant-date fair value of $6, vest at the end of the third year of service (cliff-vesting), and have an exercise price of $21. Subsequent to the awards being granted, the stock price has fallen significantly. On January 1, 2008, Murray decreased the exercise price on the stock options to $12....   [tags: Accounting Case Study]

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Employee Compensation and Islamic Ethics

- From the Islamic perspective, one major drawback in this organization compensation policy is organizational injustice towards employee. According to Abulhassan (2006), Islamic principles are concerned with justice and fairness. Organizational justice is essential as it represent employee’s perception about fair treatment in organization (Murtaza et al, 2011; Prof. Dr. Muhammad Ehsan Malik et al, 2011). Greenberg and Baron (2003) found that organizational justice comprised of employee’s perception toward distribution of outcome and perceived fairness....   [tags: Islamic ethics case study]

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Compensation for College Athletes

- The Bible states in Proverbs 22:7, “The rich rules over the poor, And the borrower becomes the lender's slave.” The rich NCAA and universities rule over the poorer student athletes. These student athletes are borrowing an education with their scholarships and in return are expected to become the slave of the university. The student athletes live in the debt of the university and frequently don’t have enough money for clothes, food, and basic needs. This is just one of the many reasons why college student athletes should be compensated for a percentage of what the university makes due to their success....   [tags: student, revenue, servent]

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What If It Was You: The Ethics of Organ Sales

- What If It Was You There are many different opinions regarding selling of organs. Although some people believe selling of the organs should be allowed a lot of people don’t think it is a good idea. I think it is a good idea and will help save people's live. The selling of organs should be allowed in order to save people who will die without a organ transplant. People think it is a good idea because people are in the need for organs and are waiting on a list for a match and are hoping not to die while waiting for one, how would one feel if friends or a loved one we’re waiting for an organ....   [tags: transplant, donation, compensation]

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Reducing Small Business Employment wiht the Affordable Care Act

- How the Affordable Care Act Will Reduce Small Business Employment The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) reported (http://www.cbo.gov/sites/default/files/cbofiles/attachments/45010-Outlook2014.pdf) this week that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will mean that two million fewer people will be employed full-time in 2017 than would be working in the absence of the law. Unmentioned in the report, or the firestorm of commentary that followed, was how the reduction in employment would be distributed between big and small companies....   [tags: insurance, health, compensation]

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The Different Ways in Which Unsatisfactory Work and Behaviour by a Barrister and a Solicitor Can be Dealt With

- The Different Ways in Which Unsatisfactory Work and Behaviour by a Barrister and a Solicitor Can be Dealt With If after having dealt with either a solicitor or a barrister you still felt dissatisfied with the way in which your case has been handled, you can complain about the unsatisfactory work in a number of ways, depending on the case and who you are unhappy with. If you are, for example unsatisfied with the way in which a solicitor has handled your case then you could complain about the services rendered to the Office for the Supervision of Solicitors (OSS)....   [tags: Papers]

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Compensation Philosophy : Employee Compensation

- Compensation philosophy is basically official statement recording the organization position about employee compensation. This explains the “why” of employee pay and produces a framework for stability. Employers can benefit from this if open about their compensation philosophy and having a proper pay strategy (SHRM, 2015). The executive team and the human resources department are the ones that usually develop the compensation philosophy’s. The compensation plan is based on different factors, for example, the organizations financial position, the salary information, the size of the company, and the level complexity in discovering qualified people based on the economy....   [tags: Employment, Employment compensation, Insurance]

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A Brief Note On Fair And Equitable Compensation

- Fair and equitable compensation is an important concern for all employers. To attract and retain employees, organizations must have an adequate compensation and benefits program in place. Employers go to great lengths in developing a compensation program so employees feel appreciated in the work they are performing. Job analysis and market studies are conducted regularly to compare competitor’s compensation and benefits programs. These studies ensure equivalency in pay by the job being performed, as well as paying skilled employees adequately....   [tags: Employment, Employment compensation, Wage]

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Company Case Study : Compensation Package

- When a company hires a new Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the company must decide how to compensate the CEO. There are many ways of compensating CEOs, and they all have advantages and disadvantages. These can include things such as salaries, stock options, bonuses, and other benefits. How the company decides to arrange all the things for its CEO can be very crucial to the company’s success. One of the most interesting decision the company must make is whether to give its CEO a golden parachute, and what the company decides to offer as a compensation package, can be one of the most important decision the board of a company makes....   [tags: Executive compensation, Chief executive officer]

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Considering Workers Compensation Insurance For Your Construction Business

- When considering workers compensation insurance for your construction business, it’s important to keep in mind the risks associated with the concrete industry. Some of the ways to protect your company from these risks include: • Securing insurance coverage for all employees based on their job description or class code • Ensuring that independent or subcontractors have their own workers comp coverage in place • Understanding your policy limits and whether the policy completely covers your risk. No matter how big or small the construction firm, if it has employees and works with the public, there are inherent liabilities each business owner faces....   [tags: Insurance, Workers' compensation, Employment]

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The Relationship Between Executive Compensation And The Sustainable Future Of The Respective Organizations

- The main objective of this study is to Identify and analyze the relationship between executive compensation and the sustainable future of the respective organizations as a result of granting these compensations. This is considered in a broader scale where not only the company but also the employees and the stakeholders of the company are considered. Before proceeding into details it is worthy to understand what an Executive compensation is. Executive compensation or executive pay is composed of the financial compensation and other non-financial awards received by an executive from their firm for their service to the organization....   [tags: Management, Executive compensation]

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Workers ' Compensation : Compensation

- Workers’ compensation is designed to protect both employers and employees. The words workers’ compensation can carry negative connotations. For example, the thought that the employer has the right to pick a pool of medical providers for the injured employee to choose from could have some employees crying foul. The reason, though is to protect the employer from medical providers who would seek to side with the employee, otherwise known as bias. The other reason is to protect the employee from medical providers who are unfamiliar with the workers’ compensation process....   [tags: Employment, Occupational safety and health]

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Benefits Of Compensation For Employee Compensation

- In today’s society, there are a number of ways that compensation can be determine and there are a few salary trends that employers should be aware of in order to accurately pay employees based off his/ her qualifications and performance. Compensation has a very large impact on retaining and attracting employees and it takes a toll on the organizations profits (Mello, 2015). When an organization does not have a consistent pay scale and it not fair about how employee raises are given, it can really affect the attitudes and performance of their employers....   [tags: Employment, Employee benefit, Salary]

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The Effects Of Compensation On Non Monetary Compensation

- Compensation “Extinguishing intrinsic motivation, diminishing performance, crushing creativity, encouraging unethical behavior and fostering short-term thinking” are accidental results of focusing on monetary over non-monetary compensation (Delves, 2011, para. 5). Ellard Williams, Incorporated (EWI) is victim to most of these attributes without understanding the cause. Compensation affects motivation and corresponds to production and turnover (Aguinis, 2013). EWI requires motivational influences and a compensation plan inspiring employees to improve their performance and remain with the organization....   [tags: Motivation, Reward system, Quality management]

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The And Legacy Of Seneca Compensation

- “No evil is without its compensation…Even in those cases which put us out of wits, it is not the loss itself, but the estimate of the loss that troubles us.” In 1962, Walter Taylor wrote a lengthy letter to Clyde Robbins. This personal addition to a much larger discourse discussed the injustices of treaty breaking and the issue of Seneca compensation in the context of a contemporary controversy. The Kinzua Dam Controversy, which took place in the 1950’s and early 1960’s, resulted in the displacement of over 600 Seneca Indian families and the acquisition of a large tract of traditional Seneca land for dam building....   [tags: United States]

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Ceo Compensation And Financial Performance

- CEO Compensation and Financial Performance As a staff member on the HR committee of the Board of Governors for this restaurant corporation, it is my duty to assist in the hiring process of the new chief executive officer (CEO). To facilitate the process, I will analyze an article published in the Journal of Foodservice Business Research named, “Assessing the Relationship of CEO Compensation and Company Financial Performance in the Restaurant Segment of the Hospitality Industry”, and prepare a comprehensive report on CEO compensation....   [tags: Statistical hypothesis testing, Statistics]

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Workers Compensation Fraud

- Workers Compensation Fraud Worker's Compensation is a service that provides reimbursement for lost wages to employees who have sustained injuries from work or work-related tasks. It is also one of the services that is most often the victim of fraud. Each of the three types of fraud, claimant, employer, and provider, is defined by the same characteristics, outlined by the Ohio Board of Workers Compensation:  Receiving workers' compensation benefits that are not entitled to the claimant;  Making false or misleading statements with the purpose of securing goods or services under the Workers' Compensation Act;  Altering, falsifying, destroying, concealing, or remov...   [tags: Papers]

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Pay For Performance Compensation Plans

- Pay-for-performance compensation plans have been controversial for many years. In a pay-for-performance program or system, “employees and owners are clear about and understand the relationship between performance and the incentive” (Aquila & Rice, 2010, para. 4). There are proponents and opponents of this type of plan in a variety of industries. Although many companies have utilized pay-for-performance compensation plans, determining their effectiveness can be difficult. In addition, there are disadvantages in using these plans for both the employee and the employer....   [tags: Motivation, Employment, Management, Plan]

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Case Analysis : Compensation Practices

- CASE #2 COMPENSATION DILEMMAS Case no 1. In general, everyone who has a job has to be treated equally and has to get payed equally without any discrimination, based on gender, ethnic background, color or age. This is guaranteed by the Equal Pay act and Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act. Different states have different compensation practices. While in US you can negotiate related to your compensation with the employer, in other states, especially in those underdeveloped countries, the compensation criteria’s are fixed and any employee cannot negotiate related to compensation (especially in public sector)....   [tags: Employment, Money, Labour economics]

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Benefits Of Cutting Employee Compensation

- Cutting Employee Compensation One area of ethical consideration for employers is how to balance expense control with employee compensation. More and more companies are looking for ways to cut the compensation to their employees. These cuts in benefits are leaving the employees to pay more for less benefits or are losing benefits altogether. Providing high quality benefits to employees has always been a way for employers to draw in the best or most qualified candidates. Jensen (2014) stated “ For years now, a key strategy of employers is to shift costs onto workers via higher deductibles and co-payments in part to slow the growth of the total company-paid premium by getting workers to think t...   [tags: Pension, Employment, Retirement, Percentage point]

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Is Incentive Compensation A True Motivator?

- Delves, D. (2011, February 16). Is Incentive Compensation a True Motivator. Retrieved June 3, 2015, from http://www.forbes.com/sites/donalddelves/2011/02/16/is-incentive-compensation-a-true-motivator/ This article discusses the concept of pay for performance. The incentive to compensation for motivation is only one aspect of engage employees, as well as it could be consider an addictive, however, this is does not mean this tact is ineffective enhancement to achieve performance to excel in their work production....   [tags: Motivation, Maslow's hierarchy of needs]

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Working Within The Workers ' Compensation

- Working within the workers’ compensation (WC) structure in cost and billing is different than the Affordable Care Act (ACA) reimbursement system. Prior to taking the Healthcare Business Dynamics class, I understood the different WC medical care pay schedules according to each state; albeit, participating in the strategic planning of a business plan, I have a better understanding that Medicare, Medicaid, and group insurance is reimbursed at a lower rate causing concern that the AFA may cause financial distress on the healthcare institutions (Aldhizer & Juras, 2015)....   [tags: Health care, Medicine, Public health, Insurance]

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College Athlete Compensation

- College Athlete Compensation Imagine working 40 plus hours a week, and you start very early in the morning and sometimes go into the night working to be the best. Sometimes you even work more than that. Imagine having a job and not getting paid, but, rather, you were just doing it because you loved it. That’s what a college athlete’s life is like; they play because they love it but don’t even get a dime. Would you still do your job if you didn’t get paid. College athletes should get paid to compensate their hard work....   [tags: payment, ncaa, sports]

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Ethics Of Interest And Outside Compensation

- 2. Ethical dilemma is when an individual had to decide between two options, both are morally correct but it is in conflict. Ethics is important because an individual needs to have an idea that something is morally good or bad. Not to mention, there are people who are untrustworthy; therefore, we need to able to make a judgment on who will affect us in an organization. For example, one bad practice that occurs in the real world is money laundering which is a bad practice that will affect the organizations and the public trusts....   [tags: Ethics, Morality, Value, Moral psychology]

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College Athletes Deserve Compensation

- ... The NCAA and the colleges earn enough money made by college athletes, to get the athletes out of poverty. The NCAA’s greatest fear about paying student athletes is the money itself. They worry it will be spread thin between all the sports departments, but with all the money circulating around the college sports industry, they should not have any concerns. The two most popular college sports, football and men’s basketball, generate over $6 billion in annual revenue combined; more than the amount the National Basketball Association (NBA) makes (Nocera, 2)....   [tags: sports industry]

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Benefits Of An Effective Compensation And Benefit System

- Attracting and retaining the most talented employees is essential for long-term organizational success. An important component to attracting and retaining such employees is the design and implementation of an effective compensation and benefit system. Assuming the role of a highly regarded human resource consultant hired to review, analyze, and revise the compensation and benefit system utilized by my city’s largest employer, Holland Enterprises, this paper presents a revised compensation and benefit strategy that suits the firm....   [tags: Employment, Employee benefit, Wage, Organization]

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Management Plan For The Sales Compensation Plan

- One of the biggest problems that can be a challenge to management is how to effectively compensating salespeople. Management does realize that they need an incentive plan that encourages salesforce to land new accounts without the breaking the law and to continue to upsell existing customers. Finding the right balance between base pay and commission for any sales force is a challenge. The biggest question is whether it will be commission-only model or more of a base pay and have a bonus or commission after a certain point....   [tags: Sales, Marketing, Customer service, Selling]

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Proposed Compensation Scheme for Nike, INC.

- Since the 1980s, it has been established that there must be a strong association between employee compensation and business strategy (Hufnagel, 1987). However, the development of strategically-oriented compensation scheme is a complex endeavor that requires consideration of numerous factors. Some of these elements are evolving employee needs, changing employee and societal demographics, the changing sexual composition of the labor force as well as transforming qualifications of job applicants (Dawson, 1995)....   [tags: Employees, Offshore, Factory]

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Walmart Compensation Package for its Employees

- ... The most beneficial is internal consistency, it defined each position, and employees are paid based on skill level and qualification. Internal consistency encourages trust with people; it is a sign that a system has been designed, and not patched together. When an employer pays the wages of the internal value of the each job, depending on the work performed the employee is getting paid for the service rendered. Typical factors are considered such as educational requirements, experience and overall responsibilities necessary for the job functions (Romanoff, Boehm, & Benson, 1986)....   [tags: business, market, competitors]

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Seneca Compensation And The Injustice Of Treaty Breaking

- “No evil is without its compensation. The less money, the less trouble; the less favor, the less envy. Even in those cases which put us out of wits, it is not the loss itself, but the estimate of the loss that troubles us.” In 1962, Walter Taylor wrote a lengthy letter to Clyde Robbins. This personal addition to a much larger discourse discussed the issues of Seneca compensation and the injustice of treaty breaking in the context of a contemporary controversy. The Kinzua Dam Controversy, which took place in the 1950’s and early 1960’s, resulted in the displacement of over 600 Seneca Indian families and the acquisition of a large tract of traditional Seneca land for dam building....   [tags: United States]

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Compensation For Today 's Average Worker

- tro: Compensation for today 's average worker has always been a highly sensitive topic for any employer. Determining fair compensation can be a overbearing task as there are many contributing factors that make up the general pay scale. When determining pay a company must always consider the hourly amount, the benefits that may be offered, any incentive that could potentially be incurred and ensuring that their employee have an established work life balance. For an employer to be successful in determining compensation for their associate they must remain grounded around 1 key principle....   [tags: Employment, Wage, Salary, Minimum wage]

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Detrimental Effects of Extended Unemployment Compensation

- Detrimental Effects of Extended Unemployment Compensation Most every individual, family, and even the nation as a whole experience lean times and periods of great prosperity. During seasons when the economy is not doing well, unemployment rises, causing individuals and families to face unplanned financial hardship. President Franklin D. Roosevelt recognized the need for a temporary financial bridge for those facing the dilemma of lost income and led the way in establishing unemployment insurance in the 1930’s....   [tags: Economics, Unemployment Essays]

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Compensation Pl Perfect Pay For Performance

- PP4P compensation plan Before describing perfect pay for performance, objectives of performance pay must be clarified. Objectives include incentives for value creation for shareholders, provide reasonable pay when there is crisis and minimize remuneration cost without sacrificing the above two conditions. The author listed two traditional performance pay method before World WarⅡ, Carnegie and Sloan. Carnegie performance pay method gives management the right to buy shares at book value and pay future dividend....   [tags: Stock market, Investment, Stock, Rate of return]

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Compensation For Organ Donation : The Sale Of Organs

- Compensation for Organ Donation The sale of organs is a very controversial topic and has been illegal in the United States of America since 1984 (“Legislative Chronology”). Selling organs can have many benefits and negative outcomes for both the people giving their organs and the people receiving the organs. Since organ sales are illegal nearly everywhere this business is quite risky and dangerous. Although, organ sales have helped some very impoverished people who are desperate for money. The system of selling organs is complex and has many positive reasons to be legal and many negative reasons for the sale of organs to remain illegal....   [tags: Organ donation, Organ transplant, United States]

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Selective Optimization With Compensation Model Of Aging

- It is a well-known fact that everyone gets “old” we all grow up to take on responsibilities and become adults as it is a part of life. What individuals may not know, is that there are many ways to approach adulthood and going through a positive aging process. There are many models that discuss the aging process, however, the Selective Optimization with Compensation Model of Aging is one that should be viewed as most helpful in understanding the aging process and how to be a successful, positive adult....   [tags: Old age, Ageing, Gerontology, Death]

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Compensation Culture And Its Effects On The Mass Media

- Introduction From the 1990s, the reports that cover the compensation cases increased dramatically in the mass media (Almond, 2004). There is a view that a huge number of tort cases in the ‘compensation culture’ are unjustified and unfair. In the mid-1990s, the term ‘compensation culture’ first appeared in a famous British newspaper (Levin, 1993). Actually, this is an extreme view, which will be criticized in this paper. This essay emphasizes the compensation culture is a myth (Morris, 2007). There are three reasons: Firstly, the data of the tort claims declined in recent years....   [tags: Tort, Tort reform, Tort law, Punitive damages]

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The Sap Successfactor Compensation : Pay For Performance Structure

- Section C C1. The SAP SuccessFactor Compensation Pay for performance structure is critical to business overall performance. It is one of the effective ways that a firm can motivate its employees to improve their effort and remain loyal to the firm. As noted earlier, the pay for performance influences the labor supply and demand curve to create a competitive labor market. Two exemplary companies in Singapore that have managed to attract employees and retain high performance are SAP and ChapmanCG....   [tags: Supply and demand, Employment, Wage]

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Compensation Design And Human Resource Management Strategies

- Martocchio (2013) states that compensation design boils down to the organizational goals, the organization’s competitive strategy, and how the organization aligns its marketing and human resource management strategies (p. 190). In addition, managers tweak fixed and variable incentive pay to properly motivate employees to perform based on the employee’s influence on the sale, nonsales duties, and the industry’s competitive pay standards (Martocchio, 2013, p. 193). Martocchio (2013) states that employees who have greater influence on the sale would be more likely to have more incentive pay than those who have less influence on the final decision to buy, while employees who have more nonsales d...   [tags: Management, Sales, Human resource management]

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Duckworth Industries - Incentive Compensation Programs Case

- Duckworth Industries - Incentive Compensation Programs Case In the current case, Team A examines Duckworth Industries, Inc. - an industrial manufacturer - in order to evaluate its current and proposed incentive compensation programs. Analysis and recommendations follow. Duckworth Industries, Inc., has several incentive compensation programs for different levels of employees, each designed to address different problems or productivity issues. For plant-level employees, Duckworth has an attendance bonus program to reduce tardiness....   [tags: Business Management Studies]

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Company Should Institute A Market Competitive Compensation Program

- 1. Tomax Corporation has 400 employees and wishes to develop a compensation policy to correspond to its dynamic business strategy. The company wishes to employ a high-quality workforce capable of responding to a competitive business environment. Suggest different compensation objectives to match Tomax’s business goals. The pay for performance standard is the first place a company should start. This would be a reflection of if you perform, then you are rewarded. This type of standard raises productivity and lowers labor costs due to only paying top dollar for the people driving and contributing to the organization....   [tags: Employment, Wage, Minimum wage, Wage labour]

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Should Colledge Athletes Receive Compensation for Playing?

- ... Sharon Law, a former teacher believes ”that I believe that any student that is accepted into a university setting should be considered equals. By paying athletes, this would separate him or her from their peers and cause favoritism and negativity among their peers and professors.” She believes that if an athlete were to be paid, this would take away from learning, and would certainly be a distraction to other students. Favoritism is brought on by the payment of athletes. This is due to the fact that the school puts so much on the shoulders of these teachers to make sure the athletes pass....   [tags: students, education, NCAA]

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Employment Compensation Of The North Carolina Department Of Commerce

- Unemployment Compensation is a program operated by the Division of Employment Security, a division of the North Carolina Department of Commerce. The program is funded by an employer tax to provide eligible workers with some income while they seek new employment(Employment Security Commission). According to Human Resources Management, it states, “Unemployment insurance provides workers whose jobs have been terminated through no fault of their won monetary payments for up to 26 weeks or until they find a new job” (Human Resource Management p....   [tags: Unemployment, Unemployment benefits, Employment]

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Compensation and Cost Cutting: An Example of the BP Company

- This form of compensation encourages and is encouraged by the “glorification of self-interest” or the “selfish syndrome” (Mintzberg, Simons & Basu, 2002, p. 67). Mintzberg et al. (2002) criticize Jensen and Meckling’s (1976) narrow view of economic man or homo-economicus, where everyone and everything has a price and corporations exist to maximize shareholder value achieved ostensibly by the ‘CEO as hero’. This pervasive “glorification of self-interest” and ‘CEO as hero’ are examples of extreme individualism that have resulted in senior executive pay and conditions exploding since the 1990’s, which continues today even after recent asset bubble crashes have left a trail of economic and socia...   [tags: Contracts, Employees, Management]

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The Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act

- ... Hooker Chemical drained the canal and lined it with canal to prevent the soon to be deposited barrels of chemicals from leaking. During the period Hooker Chemical used the dump over 21,000 tons of chemical waste. Later on, the company sold the land to the Niagara Falls School Board for $1.00. Immediately afterwards, a series of winters which brought heavy rainfall lead to the leeching of chemicals into creeks, basements, backyards, and the school playground. Consequently, President Jimmy Carter realizing the graveness of the situation, called for a state of emergency, leading to the evacuation of 239 families.2 After the Love Canal Disaster, politicians and the general public alike were...   [tags: industrial waste, laws]

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Why Shareholders Should Have A Say On Executive Compensation

- The following is an essay which discusses the issue of whether Shareholders should have a say on Executive Compensation. Corporate governance can be defined as a set of procedures by which an organisation is regulated. The framework ensures transparency and accountability in business dealings whilst taking into account stakeholders’ interests. Executive Compensation, a formerly marginalised topic in British society and corporate world, has been brought to the frontline of British society by extensive media coverage, due to the subprime mortgage disaster which caused the collapse of some banks, most notably, RBS and Lehman Brothers....   [tags: Management, Corporate governance]

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The Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act

- The superfund program, which was better known as just the superfund, is also known as the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability act (CERLA) of 1980 was developed by the federal government as a way to preserve the ecosystem and to clean up toxic, uncontrolled, abandoned hazardous waste sites. The Superfund program cleans up any hazardous waste, be it abandoned, accidentally spilled, or illegally dumped; any of which may pose a threat to future or current health or the environment....   [tags: Comprehensive Environmental Response]

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The Foundation For Effective Job Performance And Compensation System

- The foundation for effective job performance and compensation system can be traced to effective job analysis process. Fundamentally, a job analysis should consist of a thorough examination of the job 's duties and knowledge, skills, abilities, and qualities that are required in order to be successful in a specific position, upon which appropriate rewards or compensation can be determined. For many perspectives, jobs are usually made up of requirements and rewards, where rewards may be regarded as a major recruitment strategy for motivating potential employees in order to influence them to stay the organization for a longer period as well as enhance their performance....   [tags: Employment, Labour economics, Recruitment]

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Income Tax Consequences Of Stock Compensation From Employer

- I. Income Tax Consequences of Stock Compensation From Employer Gross income includes “all income from whatever source derived” and one form in which income can be realized is through receipt of stock. I.R.C. § 61; Treas. Reg. § 1.61-1(a). Property transferred “in connection with the performance of services” is specifically required to be included in the gross income of the individual in the taxable year that the rights in the property have become “substantially vested.” The amount included in the income of the taxpayer is the fair market value of the property at the time that it becomes substantially vested less any amount that the individual paid for the property....   [tags: Tax, Taxation in the United States, Stock market]

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Environmental Response, Compensation And Liability Act Of 1980

- The Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Superfund program was established by the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act of 1980 which was enacted after the discovery of toxic waste dumps in the 1970s. The law allows the EPA to clean up abandoned hazardous waste sites and to compel responsible parties to execute a cleanup effort or have the EPA perform the cleanup and have the responsible parties reimburse the government for doing the work. In 1983, the EPA placed The Tucson International Airport Area (TIAA) on the National Priority List (NPL) because of high levels of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) including trichloroethylene (TCE), perchloroethylene (PCE...   [tags: Water pollution, Water, Superfund]

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The Evolution of Executive Compensation from The Early 20th Century to Today

- The Evolution of Executive Compensation from The Early 20th Century to Today Executive compensation has been studied for many years. While the average person probably does not think about it on a daily basis, it is necessary to watch trends. Tracking the amount of money they make as well as the bonuses, stock options, and other benefits shows how these executives are making such high rates of pay compared to the ordinary worker. Tracking how much an executive makes began in the 1930’s. Since this time not only has it been tracked but there have been many changes in the type of tracking, the tax laws and what is available as compensation....   [tags: executive pay, customization, differentiation]

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Effective Incentive Compensation For Sales Employees During Tough Economic Times

- Summary: Fernando R. Jiménez, Richard A. Posthuma, and Michael A. Campion authored the Organizational Dynamics journal article, “Effective incentive compensation for sales employees during tough economic times.” Jiménez and Posthuma are professors at University of Texas at El Paso and Campion is the professor of management at Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management. The professors examine what incentive compensation for sales employees will be effective, especially during tough economic times....   [tags: Employment, Salary, Sales, Motivation]

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How Employees Can Be Motivated To Higher Levels Of Performance By Better Compensation Packages

- According to history, the notion of compensation for work pre-dates to sometime between 10,000 BC and 1,000 BC during the Neolithic Revolution (Wikipedia). Back then, salt was used as payment till around 560 BC when coins came into circulation and money was invented (Wikipeida). Money became widely used as the payment for labour. To date, money is still the main medium of exchange between employer and employee. In today’s highly competitive market, organisations are often faced with increased competition from both domestic and foreign markets....   [tags: Business Human Resources]

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What Two Types Of Regulatory Action Automatically Trigger Compensation

- According to the majority opinion in the Lucas case, what two types of regulatory action automatically trigger compensation as takings, without a court needing to examine the circumstances in a case-specific way. The two types of government regulations that automatically trigger compensations as takings without the court needing to examine the circumstances in a case specific way are regulations that force the landowner to suffer a physical invasion of property and compensation is given regardless of how small the intrusion is and the public purpose behind it....   [tags: Property, Eminent domain]

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Compensation of Temperature Effects on Guided Wave Based Structural Health Monitoring Systems

- Compensation of Temperature Effects on Guided Wave Based Structural Health Monitoring Systems Introduction Structural health assessment of structures based on ultrasonic piezoelectric sensors that have the capability to emit and record Lamb waves has developed greatly in recent years. The point has been reached where aerospace manufacturers can acquire complete off the shelf monitoring solutions composed of embeddable sensor networks, acquisition units and necessary software. Pre-established sensor networks can be fitted into composite structures opening the doorway towards permanent health monitoring and remaining service life assessment....   [tags: Temperature, Structures]

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Adapting to the Digital Culture: Rethinking Rights and Compensation within the Music Industry

- Music can possess a lasting power to influence the lives of listeners and inspire future works of art. Copyrights give artists and their production teams a monopoly over their intellectual creations insuring their compensation is relative to their audience’s appreciation of the work for a set period. The U.S. Copyright Law in it’s inception saw the value of limiting this monopoly in order to encourage innovation of creative works. Over the years, a complex system of royalty compensation developed based on these copyrights divvied amongst all players within the collaborative production of sound recordings....   [tags: Music Industry]

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Should Student Athletes Receive Compensation for Upholding a Higher Standard?

- ... If an athlete would have volunteered not participate in the game. He would he would been suspended from the game and might risk the possibility of being suspended from school. Athletic programs are heavily funded through boosters, major sport endorser, and merchandise sales. Alumni and special interest group invest a lot of money to the athletic program. The alumni banquet often celebrates after a big game or major victories against rival opponents. Student athletes have to participate or make guest appearances to help make money for their schools athletic programs....   [tags: sponsors, morals, ncaa]

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Compensation For The Losses That Burger Ranch 's Restaurant Sustained As A Result Of The Fire

- Legal Analysis1 Conclusion Mr. Washington demands compensation for the losses that Burger Ranch’s restaurant sustained as a result of the fire. He faxed a copy to Erica Marcus of the construction bid Burger’s restaurant accepted to reconstruct the premises, which came out to $464,900. In addition to the reconstruction costs, he also demands compensation for the potential profits the restaurant could have generated during the downtime. Conclusion in Terms of Law An acceptance is “a final and ineligible expression of assent to the terms of an offer”....   [tags: Contract, Contract law, Offer and acceptance]

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Case Study Regarding Compensation / Discrimination At R & S Electronic Service Company

- Many businesses, employers, and employees are often faced with tough decision within the workplace that could forced them to make decision based on legal decision, moral decisions, and ethical decision. After reading the case study regarding compensation/discrimination at R&S Electronic Service Company, I have determined that all parties within this case scenario of stakeholders. Stakeholders are defined as any person with an interest or concern of a business. As we begin to identify the key stakeholders and their specific interest in the Family Business we must break down each individual and the role they play in the business....   [tags: Ethics, Immanuel Kant, Employment, Philosophy]

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Virgin Airlines : Mission Statement, Compensation, Security, And Human Resources

- Introduction Virgin Airlines is part of the Virgin Group brand. Virgin airlines has multiple different branches such as Virgin Atlantic, Virgin Australia, and Virgin Soma. Virgin is known for being a luxury flight provider at an affordable price. Throughout the paper we will be discussing Virgin Airlines history, mission statement, compensation, security, and human resources. Organization and its Mission Establishment Based in the United Kingdom, Virgin Airlines has a different origin compared to most airlines in the world....   [tags: Richard Branson, Virgin Group]

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