Write an essay on Linked Enzyme

A Laboratory Report for Cell Biochemistry. Topic ( Linked Enzyme Assay) The report should only contain two elements of a full lab report – Results and Discussion.(1000 words).

Write a paper on the History of jazz

read pages 3 through 54 in Ted Gioa’s “History of Jazz”: this covers the blues, ragtime, and the history of jazz up until around 1920.What has been the role of African music and culture in the development of the blues, ragtime and jazz?

Identify and describe/explain two legal issues and their relationship to the context of proper HR management.

This exercise aims to develop your ability to critically analyze contemporary news article that relates to employment law. You will select a newspaper article (New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, or other appropriate quality journalism cite. Not a web blog etc.). The article you choose must have been posted within the last 6 months of assignment submission, which addresses a current Employment Law topic. You have access to these newspapers free of charge through the Universitys library. You should select a news article and not an “opinion” piece. The article should focus on an issue related to what has already been discussed in the class or will be discussed in the class. For example: An Article that discusses OSHA, Unions, Employee Privacy, Discrimination, sexual harassment, drug testing, etc. You must select an article that I can access without paying a fee.
The article you choose must have been posted in within the last 6 months, of assignment submission.
Structure:
Must use the following five headings in the paper or lose 5% off grade [-1.25pts from 25pts paper is worth]:
1. Newspaper article with link and Summary of the relevant facts from the Newspaper article. [Do not submit an article that I have to purchase to see. -1pt.]
2. Analysis 1
3. Analysis 2
4. Relevance to this Course
Requirements:
1. a. Newspaper article with link: Select a newspaper article (New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, or other appropriate quality journalism cite), that was posted within the last 6 months, which addresses a current Employment Law topic. You have access to these newspapers free of charge through the Universitys library. You should select a news article and not an “opinion” piece. The article should focus on an issue related to what has already been discussed in the class or will be discussed in the class. For example: An Article that discusses OSHA, Unions, Employee Privacy, Discrimination, sexual harassment, drug testing etc. [Article link must be accessible to me without having to pay a fee. -1pt if not]
b. Summary of Relevant facts from the article: Identify the source of the article and date in your summary. In addition, you must attach the article or provide a link to it that I can read the original article without paying for it. The title page heading for your post should contain a short title that will entice the reader to read your article. Do not simply “copy” large portions of the article. The writing skill of summarizing the most important aspects of the article will be evaluated.
2. Analysis 1: Identify and describe/explain two legal issues and their relationship to the context of proper HR management. Also discuss how the legal issues relate to Federal or state law specifically. Lastly, in the context of HR management discuss how HR management should handle the two issues in house.
3. Analysis 2: Provide three (3) substantial suggestions with detailed explanation on how to deal with or prevent the two issues you have discussed, based on course readings or independent research. Must furnish citation of authority to back up comments.
4. Relevance to the course: Discuss how the issues are relevant to this course. In other words when were the issues discussed or will be discussed in this course? Explain how the article addresses and expands on material discussed or to be discussed in this course. Be specific.

How are companies dealing with violence in the workplace?Chapter 13: Marketing: Helping Buyers Buy.

Q) What does Six Sigma quality mean?Chapter 10: Management of Human Resources: Motivating Employees.
Q) Describe the contributions of Abraham Maslow.Chapter 11: Finding and Keeping the Best Employees.
List the three important steps in evaluating performance.Chapter 12: Dealing with Union and Employee-Management Issues.
Q) How are companies dealing with violence in the workplace?Chapter 13: Marketing: Helping Buyers Buy.
Q) What is the difference between mass marketing and relationship marketing?Chapter 14: Developing and Pricing Goods and Services.
Q) What are the four stages of the Product Life Cycle?Chapter 15: Distributing Products.
Q) Define logistics, and the role it plays in organizations.Chapter 16: Using Effective Promotions.
Q) What is publicity?Chapter 17: Managing Financial Resources.
Q) What is accounting?Chapter 18: Financial Management.
Q) Whats the difference between a secured loan and an unsecured loan?Chapter 19: Using Securities Markets for Financing and Investing Opportunities.
Q) What are stock exchanges?Chapter 20 Money, Financial Institutions, and the Federal Reserve.
Q) What is money?Q) List the six steps of the accounting cycle?
Q) What is the fundamental accounting equation?

Discuss how an outbreak of the selected disease would impact your community at a systems level (e.g., the functioning of schools, local government, businesses, hospitals).

The subject of this paper is The measles outbreak B. Describe the outbreak of the disease selected in part A, including each of the following: name of the disease the countries involved the date the outbreak was discovered the dates the disease reached each involved country 1. Analyze the epidemiological determinants and risk factors associated with the outbreak. 2. Discuss the route of transmission of the selected disease. 3. Discuss how an outbreak of the selected disease would impact your community at a systems level (e.g., the functioning of schools, local government, businesses, hospitals). 4. Explain what the reporting protocol would be if an outbreak of the selected disease were to occur in your community. 5. Discuss two strategies (e.g., patient education strategies, community education strategies) that you would recommend to prevent an outbreak of the selected disease in your community.

Describe the relationship between the ethical leader and the follower. Why is this relationship important for organizations that are attempting to do the right thing?

In this assignment, you will be asked to consider the role of organizational leaders with respect to ensuring companies work to create an ethical workplace culture. It is important for all upper-level leaders to walk the talk so to speak. In addition, many larger companies have a Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer who provides leadership and oversight to the companys business ethics related endeavors. Recall that Lockheed Martin has such an executive level position. However, not all companies have such a position. In this assignment, you will be asked to discuss the contributions of executive leaders and of the Ethics Officer with respect to building an organization that values workplace ethics. What do you believe are the most important characteristics of ethical leadership? Describe the relationship between the ethical leader and the follower. Why is this relationship important for organizations that are attempting to do the right thing? Based on your readings (both the articles provided and Terris’ text), what is the role of the Chief Ethics Officer and how does the role of this person relate to the success of the ethics related endeavors within large organizations? Gnazzo, P. J. (2011). The Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer: A Test of Endurance. Business & Society Review (00453609), 116(4). Retrieved from Trident University Library.

Describe the contributions of Abraham Maslow.Chapter 11: Finding and Keeping the Best Employees.

Q) What does Six Sigma quality mean?Chapter 10: Management of Human Resources: Motivating Employees.
Q) Describe the contributions of Abraham Maslow.Chapter 11: Finding and Keeping the Best Employees.
List the three important steps in evaluating performance.Chapter 12: Dealing with Union and Employee-Management Issues.
Q) How are companies dealing with violence in the workplace?Chapter 13: Marketing: Helping Buyers Buy.
Q) What is the difference between mass marketing and relationship marketing?Chapter 14: Developing and Pricing Goods and Services.
Q) What are the four stages of the Product Life Cycle?Chapter 15: Distributing Products.
Q) Define logistics, and the role it plays in organizations.Chapter 16: Using Effective Promotions.
Q) What is publicity?Chapter 17: Managing Financial Resources.
Q) What is accounting?Chapter 18: Financial Management.
Q) Whats the difference between a secured loan and an unsecured loan?Chapter 19: Using Securities Markets for Financing and Investing Opportunities.
Q) What are stock exchanges?Chapter 20 Money, Financial Institutions, and the Federal Reserve.
Q) What is money?

Write an essay on The GI Bill

Write an essay to describe the main points of each subject, as given to you in the lecture?
Why is this subject relevant to American History?
What was the importance of this subject?

There is no minimum or maximum length, your grade will be determined on how much detail you provide, and your understanding of the subject.

1) The GI Bill

2) The Feminine Mystique

3) No Nukes!