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    the valid and biased predictors of employee and student performance. In this study, we hypothesized that employees and students who were higher on conscientiousness would reserve higher scores on their performance ratings (Hypothesis 1), and raters who were higher on agreeableness would rate higher scores on ratees’ performance (Hypothesis 2). Also, we testified whether there was a difference between supervisors and peers on performance rating (Exploratory Question). To operate this research, 26 students

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    Impression management is a common phenomenon in the organizations (Wayne & Liden, 1995), and employees may engage in such behaviors to develop a favourable self-image (Bolino & Turnley, 1999). Individuals distinguish that by improving their performance; they will be seen as efficient and dedicated employees and will be considered as an asset to the organization so they will be in a position to impress others, including their immediate supervisors. However, this possibility has not yet been

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    improve their performance. Targets should be set at the beginning of every month and the actual performance in relation to the targets should be compared to get the real difference between the targeted performance and the real performance. A similar, target setting and evaluation of the sales performance will not only evaluate the performance of the employees but will also control them effectively. Remember, the yearly increments and promotions will to an extent depend on the performance of the sales

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    The Pitiful Campus Dining Experience

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    satisfied with the overall performance of Service America, the catering company that handles all of the campus dining facilities. I surveyed fifty students over a period of two days at different times and locations. All of those I surveyed ate at least occasionally at one of the dining facilities. The survey rated such aspects as variety, quality, and taste of the food offered as well as the student's opinion of the prices they paid and overall service they received. The ratings given were initially

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    The V-chip

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    The V-Chip What is a V-chip? This term has become a buzz word for any discussion evolving telecommunications regulation and television ratings, but not too many reports define the new technology in its fullest form. A basic definition of the V-chip; is a microprocessor that can decipher information sent in the vertical blanking of the NTSC signal, purposefully for the control of violent or controversial subject matter. Yet, the span of the new chip is much greater than any working definition can

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    Reality Television

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    to TV stardom “boasting out-sized ratings, out-sized egos, out-sized personalities, and out-sized conflicts” where contestants are stranded on a desert island and kicked off one by one each week. As with anything that seems to get ratings, soon there were many knockoffs to follow. In 2001 reality TV continued to dominate the airwaves. Fact Monster refers to how “for the first time in eight years, NBC's “Must-See” Thursday night lineup did not reign in the ratings. Survivor II: The Australian Outback

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    Censorship

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    had changed and audiences were more willing to view the kinds of things that had been banned by the Hays Code. Therefore, in 1966, the Hays Code was dropped. In 1968, the Motion picture Code and Rating Program replaced it. With this program, moviemakers voluntarily gave their movies one of four general ratings: "G" for general audience, all ages admitted; "PG" for parental guidance suggested; "R" for restricted audience, with no one under 17 admitted unless accompanied by an adult; and "X" for no one

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    TOBs are synthetically created short-term tax exempt instruments. A TOB sponsor will buy a portfolio of fixed rate, long term municipal bonds with ratings between AA-AAA and combine them with an interest rate swap to create short term tax exempt floating rate bonds. The tax-exempt status creates a high level of demand particularly from investors who seek tax exempt cash flow as a source of annual income and revenue. The buyers of TOBs are for the most part money market mutual funds. Money market

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    PHILADELPHIA Rated: PG-13 Release Date: 23-Dec-1993           DVD Date: 02-Nov-2004           HBS User Ratings Directed By:     Written By:           Cast:           1 review, 12 ratings Jonathan Demme     Ron Nyswaner                Tom Hanks Denzel Washington           Awesome     16.67% Antonio Banderas           Worth A Look     11.11% Our Reviewer Says:     Jason Robards                Just Average     16.67% "It's a touchy subject." - MP Bartley Joanne Woodward           Pretty Crappy     44

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    were viewed as requiring less effort and ability than identical jobs given a "masculine" label in a study conducted by Taynor and Deaux in 1975. Similarly, Deaux and Emswiller found in 1974 that both men and women attributed successful women's performance less to effort and more to luck. What's more, Heilman (1979) and Touhey (1974) demonstrated that people tend to devalue the prestige and desirability of jobs that they were told would become female dominated in the future. Comparable worth is

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