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Assaults on Worker Benefits

.... Lieber, R., & Martinez, B. (2002, November 26). In a weak economy, workers have to pay more for benefits. Wall Street Journal Online. ....

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Salary and wage of federal workers.

.... handsome salaries and wages to effectively recruit and retain highly desirable workers. .... in the labor market, not only does a government compete with industry ....

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Supply Chain Management

.... Excess costs often show up as decreasing profitability with increasing sales or the inability to compete in price wars with competitors. ....

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Globalization and Unemployment

.... II. Globalization linked to rising unemployment. A. Must compete in globally integrated markets. B. Avoiding increase in wage inequality raises unemployment rate ....

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NAFTA

.... profit margins, and competitive advantage are all necessary to compete in the .... because many interests involved considered NAFTA detrimental to workers and jobs. ....

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Companies Motivated to Internationalize

.... International companies compete for labor and other resources on a global scale, not merely a local basis, and are also dependent on the global economy to ....

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Economic Reasons for Internationalization

.... International companies compete for labor and other resources on a global scale, not merely a local basis, and are also dependent on the global economy to ....

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Feminization of Poverty

.... Corporations are now forced to compete on a global scale while cutting costs .... argue that globalization is responsible for the exploitation of workers and the ....

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Makeup of Nucor Company

.... Nucor is a successful company in the highly competitive steel industry, with a reputation for quality, fair pricing and strong relationships with its workers. ....

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The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)

.... The currency devaluation benefited businesses by helping them compete, at the expense of workers, who watched their buying power nearly evaporate in a matter ....

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Risk of Electronically Stored Data

.... Most private sector organizations could not hope to compete effectively in the 1990s if they attempted to operate without the aid of computer technology. ....

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Eisenhower & Kennedy & Farm Policy

.... agricultural production grew dramatically while the number of farm workers declined by .... capital needed to invest in the machinery that was required to compete. ....

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American Agricultural Production: 1940-1960

.... agricultural production grew dramatically while the number of farm workers declined by .... capital needed to invest in the machinery that was required to compete. ....

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Agile Manufacturing

.... In order for an organization to compete effectively in the world markets of .... The industrial revolution brought literally thousands of workers off the farms and ....

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The worldwide automotive industry

.... 2004), the big three US carmakers continue to compete head to head .... greatly increased efficiency through specialization by allowing individual workers to stay ....

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: The US Trade Deficit

.... when "Europe and Japan began to compete effectively with the US in a range of industries. There are many ways in which trade has injured US workers since then ....

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