Explain the various ways a public organization is different from a private organization with specific real-life examples.

Address the question below concisely and thoroughly: i habe attached the book title and the pages of the chapter What was the most important thing that you learned from the materials this week? (b) What was one thing you were confused about or unclear about the materials this week? (c) What measures did you take… Continue reading Explain the various ways a public organization is different from a private organization with specific real-life examples.

Describe the difference between disparate treatment and disparate impact.

task 1: 1. Do a web search and find an organization recruiting for candidates that has a positive employment brand and has their EEO statement included in the posting. Share the name of the organization and EEO statement. 2. Do a web search and provide a link to recruitment strategies, technology, apps, websites, tools or… Continue reading Describe the difference between disparate treatment and disparate impact.

Explain the various ways a public organization is different from a private organization with specific real-life examples.

Address the question below concisely and thoroughly: i habe attached the book title and the pages of the chapter What was the most important thing that you learned from the materials this week? (b) What was one thing you were confused about or unclear about the materials this week? (c) What measures did you take… Continue reading Explain the various ways a public organization is different from a private organization with specific real-life examples.

What happens when you don’t want kids or if you don’t feel that college is a necessary step for you and your future?

respond to dakota with 150 words The topic that I’m going to focus on is the traditional lifestyle of Going to college, getting married, buying a house, and raising your children. I know personally I wish that I had more of an expansive idea of what life meant. Instead I was taught that there is… Continue reading What happens when you don’t want kids or if you don’t feel that college is a necessary step for you and your future?

Discuss the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) for controlling occupational hazards in relation to the operation you chose.

InstructionsChoose an operation for a workplace where you once worked or with which you are familiar where either chemical hazards or noise exposures were present. If you have never worked in a location where chemical hazards or noise are present, read about some examples on OSHA’s website and choose one that interests you. Ensure that… Continue reading Discuss the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) for controlling occupational hazards in relation to the operation you chose.

Explain the difference between predictor (x) and response (y) variables in a linear regression to justify the selection of variables.

Competencies In this project, you will demonstrate your mastery of the following competencies: Apply statistical techniques to address research problems Perform regression analysis to address an authentic problem Overview The purpose of this project is to have you complete all of the steps of a real-world linear regression research project starting with developing a research… Continue reading Explain the difference between predictor (x) and response (y) variables in a linear regression to justify the selection of variables.

Identify a major development that occurred in one perspective of the social sciences that affected how your advertisements might be studied.

Identify a major development that occurred in one perspective of the social sciences that affected how your advertisements might be studied. This could be an event, technological advancement, discovery, rejection/acceptance of a theory, or paradigm shift. You may choose a development from the provided list of “Major Developments in the Social Sciences” in the module… Continue reading Identify a major development that occurred in one perspective of the social sciences that affected how your advertisements might be studied.

Describe how groups and/or cultures are presented in ALL your advertisements.

Describe how groups and/or cultures are presented in ALL your advertisements.You are not examining settings, logos, taglines, mood/tone, or any other element of the ads. OBJECTIVELY describe the groups and/or cultures. What characteristics can you objectively observe using your senses? In this step, do not make interpretations or judgements about the groups and/or cultures. Describe… Continue reading Describe how groups and/or cultures are presented in ALL your advertisements.

How many times have you gone out and bought something specifically because of a TV commercial or magazine ad?

Prompt: How many times have you gone out and bought something specifically because of a TV commercial or magazine ad? Assuming that the number you’ve come up with is relatively small (especially in comparison to the sheer number of ads you confront every day), why then do corporations spend so much money on advertising? It… Continue reading How many times have you gone out and bought something specifically because of a TV commercial or magazine ad?

Explain how you can promote systemic positive outcomes based on special education program evaluation as an educational leader.

PROGRAM EVALUATION TYPES, APPROACHES, AND MODELS Program evaluation models continue to evolve as the needs of students and the educational programs in which they participate change. As a special education leader, you will need the resources to implement or to create your own program evaluation tool that meet the specific needs of your program. For… Continue reading Explain how you can promote systemic positive outcomes based on special education program evaluation as an educational leader.