Inventory as a Burden to Human Resources
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15 pages worth of research on how the Just-in-Time (.) inventory system has become a burden to human resources -- and even a threat to workers ! A method borrowed from the Japanese, . dictates that materials & merchandise are ordered only as needed and not kept in surplus or stock. is mostly an automated process and it has therefore been known to lessen the need for workers. The writer of this paper feels that . damages employee morale and therefore, ultimately hurts productivity. FREE outline, charts, and handouts included. No Bibliography.
While noise-induced hearing loss is permanent, it is also very preventable.  Particularly in the workplace, regulations may exist depicting maximum allowed levels of noise. This can be especially important for professionals working in settings with consistent exposure to loud sounds, such as musicians , music teachers and sound engineers .  Examples of measures taken to prevent noise-induced hearing loss in the workplace include engineering noise control, the Buy-Quiet initiative, creation of the Safe-in-Sound Award , and noise surveillance.   
Finally, it’s ten percent because if you believe in something like universalizability as a foundation for morality, a world in which everybody gives ten percent of their income to charity is a world where about seven trillion dollars go to charity a year. Solving global poverty forever is estimated to cost about $100 billion a year for the couple-decade length of the project. That’s about two percent of the money that would suddenly become available. If charity got seven trillion dollars a year, the first year would give us enough to solve global poverty, eliminate all treatable diseases, fund research into the untreatable ones for approximately the next forever, educate anybody who needs educating, feed anybody who needs feeding, fund an unparalleled renaissance in the arts, permamently save every rainforest in the world, and have enough left over to launch five or six different manned missions to Mars. That would be the first year . Goodness only knows what would happen in Year 2.