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RYERSONMHR 523Micheline LaformeSpring

MHR 523 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Occupational Safety And Health, Health Canada, Work Accident

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28 Jan 2016
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Laws intended to protect the health and safety of workers by minimizing work related accidents and illnesses. Laws fall into three categories: general
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RYERSONMHR 523Micheline LaformeSpring

MHR 523 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Layoff, Punitive Damages, Quasi-Contract

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28 Jan 2016
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Reasons for voluntary turnover: suboptimal hiring practices, difficult managerial style, lack of recognition, lack of competitive compensation systems,
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RYERSONMHR 523Micheline LaformeSpring

MHR 523 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Piece Work, Profit Sharing, Organizational Culture

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28 Jan 2016
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Fixed pay: compensation independent of performance level of the individual e. g. base pay, allowances. Variable pay: any plan that ties pay to producti
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RYERSONMHR 523Micheline LaformeSpring

MHR 523 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Trade Union, Collective Bargaining, Bargaining Unit

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28 Jan 2016
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Labor union: a recognized association of employees, collective voice in dealing with management. Labor management relations: ongoing interactions betwe
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RYERSONMHR 523Micheline LaformeSpring

MHR 523 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Total Rewards, Telecommuting, Equal Pay For Equal Work

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28 Jan 2016
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RYERSONMHR 523Micheline LaformeSpring

MHR 523 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Employment Contract, Collective Bargaining, Equal Protection Clause

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28 Jan 2016
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Canadian charter of rights and freedoms: basic rights for all canadians, not employment specific, but more broader. Human rights legislation: protectio
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RYERSONMHR 523Micheline LaformeSpring

MHR 523 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Canada Pension Plan, Critical Illness Insurance, Pension

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28 Jan 2016
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RYERSONMHR 523Micheline LaformeSpring

MHR 523 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Programmed Learning, Performance Appraisal, Instructional Design

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28 Jan 2016
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Orientation: long term socialization process between employee and employer. Training: short term efforts to convey information and instructions related
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RYERSONMHR 523Micheline LaformeSpring

MHR 523 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Performance Management, Performance Appraisal, Rating Scale

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28 Jan 2016
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RYERSONMHR 523Micheline LaformeSpring

MHR 523 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Human Resource Management, Scientific Management, Human Resources

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28 Jan 2016
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Human resources management: the management of people in organizations to drive successful organizational performance and achievement of organizations s
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RYERSONMHR 523Micheline LaformeSpring

MHR 523 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Organizational Chart, Job Analysis, New Product Development

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28 Jan 2016
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Job: a group of related activities and duties held by a single employee or a number of incumbents. Position: the collection of tasks and responsibiliti
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RYERSONMHR 523Micheline LaformeSpring

MHR 523 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Employer Branding, Human Resources, Executive Search

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28 Jan 2016
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Recruitment: the process of searching out and attracting qualified job applicants, which begins with the identification of position that requires staff
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RYERSONMHR 523Micheline LaformeSpring

MHR 523 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Shortage, Employee Retention, Layoff

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28 Jan 2016
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The process of forecasting future human resources requirements to ensure that the organization will have the required number of employees with the nece
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RYERSONMHR 523Micheline LaformeSpring

MHR 523 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Essential Selection, Content Validity, Personality Test

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28 Jan 2016
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Selection: the process of choosing amount individuals who have been recruited to fill existing/ projected job openings. The people that are hired are t
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RYERSONGMS 200Ahmed MawashiSummer

GMS 200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Canadian Medical Association, Cultural Intelligence, Culture Shock

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28 Jan 2016
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RYERSONGMS 200Ahmed MawashiSummer

GMS 200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Intellectual Capital, Knowledge Worker, Glass Ceiling

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28 Jan 2016
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People are the most important asset to a company. Smart people commit their energy/intellect to continuous learning and personal development e. g. invi
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RYERSONGMS 200Ahmed MawashiSummer

GMS 200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Strategic Business Unit, Strategic Management, Strategic Planning

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28 Jan 2016
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Strategy: a comprehensive action plan that identifies long term direction for an organization and guides resource utilization to accomplish organizatio
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RYERSONGMS 200Ahmed MawashiSummer

GMS 200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Fiedler Contingency Model, Decision-Making, Social Skills

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28 Jan 2016
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Leadership: the process of inspiring others to work hard to accomplish important tasks. Contemporary leadership challenges: short time frames for accom
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RYERSONGMS 200Ahmed MawashiSummer

GMS 200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Decision-Making, Social Loafing, Team Building

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28 Jan 2016
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Usefulness of teams: more resources for problem solving, improved creativity and innovation, improved quality of decision making, greater commitments t
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RYERSONGMS 200Ahmed MawashiSummer

gms Lecture 11: Chapter 16 control processes and systems

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28 Jan 2016
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Process of measuring performance and taking action to ensure desired results. Has a positive/necessary role in the management process. Ensures that pla
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RYERSONGMS 200Ahmed MawashiSummer

gms Lecture 4: Information and decision

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28 Jan 2016
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Knowledge workers provide a decisive competitive factors in todays economy. Knowledge worker: someone whose value to the organization rests with intell
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RYERSONGMS 200Ahmed MawashiSummer

gms Lecture 5: Chapter 5

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28 Jan 2016
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Entrepreneurship: strategic thinking and risk taking behavior that results in the creation of new opportunities for individuals and/or organizations. E
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RYERSONGMS 200Ahmed MawashiSummer

gms Lecture 2: Chapter 2

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28 Jan 2016
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Develop rules of motion, standardized work implements, and proper working conditions for every job. Carefully select workers with the right abilities f
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RYERSONGMS 200Ahmed MawashiSummer

GMS 200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Competitive Advantage, Disruptive Innovation, Carbon Footprint

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28 Jan 2016
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Strategic lead ship created the capacity for ongoing strategic change. Components of strategic leadership: anticipate, envision, maintain flexibility,
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RYERSONGMS 200Ahmed MawashiSummer

GMS 200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Scenario Planning, Personal Development, Goal Setting

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28 Jan 2016
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Planning: the process of setting objectives and determining how to best accomplish them. Objectives: identity the specific results or desired outcomes
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RYERSONGMS 200Ahmed MawashiSummer

GMS 200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Customer Relationship Management, Knowledge Worker, Problem Solving

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28 Jan 2016
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Information drives management functions: timely: info available when needed, high quality: accurate and reliable, complete: complete and sufficient, re
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RYERSONLAW 122Winnie TseSpring

LAW 122 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Golden Rule, Car Rental, Consumer Protection

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24 Dec 2015
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To prove misrepresentation, must prove speaker implicitly claimed to state some: terms fact. Express term is a statement made by one of the parties tha
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RYERSONLAW 122Winnie TseSpring

LAW 122 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Ginger Beer, Reasonable Person, Blood Transfusion

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24 Dec 2015
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Apply the legal test to the facts, go through every element. 4 kind of ethical reasons concerned in the long run. Consequences: we should promote good
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RYERSONLAW 122Winnie TseSpring

LAW 122 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Specific Performance, Actual Size, Liquidated Damages

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24 Dec 2015
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A contract can be discharged through the performance of its terms (obligations) Performance occurs when the parties fulfill all obligations under contr
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RYERSONLAW 122Winnie TseSpring

LAW 122 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Rescission, Uberrima Fides, Undue Influence

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24 Dec 2015
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Contracts need three things: intention, meeting of the mind, consideration. Contracts are dependent on verbal and written interaction between the parti
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RYERSONLAW 122Winnie TseSpring

LAW 122 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Objective Test, Contract, Posting Rule

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24 Dec 2015
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1: meeting of the minds (offer and acceptance, exchange of value (consideration) Remember: generally, doesn"t have to be in writing: intention to creat
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RYERSONLAW 122Winnie TseSpring

LAW 122 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Damages, Lehali Language, Edward Ould

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24 Dec 2015
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Broad definition of excludes normal social interactions. Causing person or object to interfere with land. Trespass to land when one person physically g
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RYERSONLAW 122Winnie TseSpring

LAW 122 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Sole Proprietorship, General Partnership, Fiduciary

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24 Dec 2015
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No separation between business and proprietor (owner): proprietor entitled to all income, proprietor liable for all obligations, proprietors assets ava
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RYERSONLAW 122Winnie TseSpring

LAW 122 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Caveat Emptor, Damages, Fail-Safe

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24 Dec 2015
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Compensatory damages: to put plaintiff in the position. He knew the plaintiff would rely on it and would think not to invest. She said she had a remark
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RYERSONPSY 102Paul BrunetWinter

PSY 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Language Processing In The Brain, Formal Language, Phoneme

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24 Dec 2015
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What is language: communication system: to interact with others, exchange, information, and express ones thoughts and feelings, two components: Product
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RYERSONPSY 102Paul BrunetWinter

PSY 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Karl Lashley, Albert Bandura, Skeptical Movement

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24 Dec 2015
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RYERSONPSY 102Paul BrunetWinter

PSY 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Detection Theory, Neural Adaptation, Synesthesia

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24 Dec 2015
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Illusion: they way the stimuli is perceived doesn"t match its physical reality. Perception: the brains interpretation of these raw sensory input, perce
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RYERSONPSY 102Paul BrunetWinter

PSY 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Sensory Memory, Visual Processing, Partial Trace

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24 Dec 2015
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Processes that allow us to record and retrieve experiences and information. Three processes: (1) encoding: translating into neural code, taking it in,
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RYERSONPSY 102Paul BrunetWinter

PSY 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Phineas Gage, Axon Terminal, Prefrontal Cortex

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24 Dec 2015
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Neurons: nerve cells that are specialized for communication with each other. Soma: contains genetic information determining cell function, it is the ce
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RYERSONPSY 102Paul BrunetWinter

PSY 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Eye Tracking, Scientific Method, Social Desirability Bias

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24 Dec 2015
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The 6 perspectives focus on 1 of three levels of analysis. Biological level: brain process, hormones, genetic factors. Start with observation, form a q
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