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Human Resource Management Week 7 Discussion

Although an employee handbook is designed for employees, it is important for the employers as well. Not only should it focus on the rules, regulations and benefits for the employees, but it should be founded on the principles, objectives and goals of the company as well. Implementing an employee handbook is very crucial. Publishing an […]

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The Withered Arm written by Thomas Hardy and The Monkey’s Paw

In this assignment I am going to write about two stories, the Withered Arm written by Thomas Hardy and The Monkey’s Paw by W.W.Jacobs. The main characters I am going to write about are Rhoda Brooks and Gertrude lodge from the withered arm, Sergeant major and Mr White from the Monkey’s Paw. I have chosen […]

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Iago’s Success as a Villain in Shakespeare’s Othello

Shakespeare’s plays mostly end in the tragedy of the protagonist due to forces outside himself or due to his own undoing. The Tragedy of Othello is one of these plays. It tells the story of Othello who is a Moor soldier in the service of Venice. He marries Desdemona but kills her because of jealousy […]

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Hypothesis: Pepsi vs Coca-Cola

PROBLEM Why do some of us have such strong soda preferences? There’s all this uproar of Coke vs. Pepsi, and really looking at the ingredients, the products aren’t all that different. Both are made of carbonated water, high fructose corn syrup, caramel color, sugar, phosphoric acid, caffeine, citric acid and natural flavors (Pendergrast, 2000, p. […]

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Character Is Fate

Thomas Hardy is one of the most widely read and prominent tragic novelists in English literature. Thus he is a quite influential figure. Most of his novels have his native place Dorset as their setting, which are categorized as his famous ‘Wessex novels’. In these novels Hardy describes the tragic fate of the rural life […]

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A Written Report of “Ode to the West Wind” Percy Bysshe Shelley

The Author Percy Bysshe Shelley, the author of “Ode to the West Wind”, was a significant part of the English literary period we now refer to as the Romantic Age which ran from 1798 to 1832. The most prominent features of the Romantic period were the reflected effects of the American and French Revolutions, as […]

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