Erscheinungsdatum: 21.11.2013, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Industrial Firm Relocation, Titelzusatz: The Study on Gebze Organized Industrial Zone Located within the Istanbul City Region, Autor: Barin Penpecioglu, Elçin, Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Architektur, Seiten: 236, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 368 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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Droughts, sea-level rise, crop failures - against the background of dramatic challenges in a changing climate Kira Vinke examines the effectiveness of migration as one probable form of adaptation. Her research concludes that only preventative migration can be labeled as adaptation to the threatening changes and that frequently migration falls short of maintaining or improving people's standard of living after relocation. Often, it merely ensures survival. Vinke's illuminating study which led her to Bangladesh and the Central Pacific appeals to policy makers to responsibly manage preventative outmigration if there is no option to protect exposed regions as human habitats.
Seminar paper from the year 2016 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, grade: 1, University of Innsbruck, language: English, abstract: In the following paper we define the meaning of recruiting and selection in an international context. By showing statistics of some international studies, we try to demonstrate the steady grow of international assignments. Additionally we will show in our study, that recruiting and selecting new individuals for international assignments is a complex task and the company has to focus on a variety of factors. Recruiting and Selection is one of the most important issues in human resource management. It means that the department has to find the most appropriate candidate for the vacancy. The employees, who work in a different country than their home country, are called "international managers" or "expatriates". By application, job interviews, trial work, and so on the staff department tries to select the right person for the job.With the rapid development of the globalization, international managers gained more and more importance and the human resource management became more complex. To manage the recruiting and selection of expatriates, the international human resource management has to focus on different kind of things: the international taxation, the selection and training of international managers, dealing with different international governments all over the world, international relocation, and so on.
This study was conducted in Medina Gounass Dakar, Senegal to bring out evidence that floodingis a threat to human security.The aim of this present study is to assess the social vulnerability to flood in Medina Gounass. Meteorological data were obtained from Dakar Yoff station. Survey was carried out using structured questionnaires drawn on one hundred randomly selected households. The methodology is about climate data and socioeconomic data gathering and processing. With some tools (softwares). For vulnerability assessment, the move framework is used to characterize vulnerability through three key factors, namely (1) exposure, (2) susceptibility, and (3) lack of resilience.As a result, Medina Gounass inhabitants have a particular relationship with the place they have been living for decades. Although facing diseases and many challenges in their everyday life, people actuallyresist the government's relocation projects because of their symbolic relationship with the area. The vulnerability index showed a highly vulnerable north-eastern part of Medina Gounass to floods.
The Wildlife Management book constitutes the study of socio-ecology of Drill Monkeys in captivity. This endangered African primate's species is tremendously facing population reduction in the wild due to poaching and the cultivation of the rainforest by its inhabitants. These challenges necessitate the study of the species' behavioural ecology to enhance breeding for future relocation into the wild. Furthermore, the book explains the weaverbirds' ecology in the local farms and their destructive effect associated to their activities on agricultural crops, and how the farmers are responding to the pest upon the crop damage. Dr Melle Ekane Maurice was born in 15th October 1974 in Bangem, Cameroon. He holds a Ph.D in Wildlife Management from the University of Ibadan in Nigeria, and presently lectures Wildlife Management, Wildlife Conservation, Wildlife Ecology, and Wildlife Tourism in the Department of Environmental Science in the University of Buea, Cameroon.
The purpose of this book is to study the mediating effect of leader-member exchange quality variable in the relationship between emotional intelligence and turnover intention and job satisfaction of employees. The findings of this study can help to increase managerial skills and organizational progress. The results indicate that the managers and their employees should improve their level of emotional intelligence and their ability to reduce the intention to leave work. Thus, it reduces the probable costs of personnel relocation and increases the organization efficiency, which can increase employees' job satisfaction. So it makes employees work more motivationally. Also managers should improve the quality of their relationship with their employees, as they can increase job satisfaction by reducing the intention to leave work. The use of this action for organizations is reducing stress, increasing the morale and confidence, and reducing costs of leaving work.
This book studies the process of structure relocation as one of the possible means of preservation and conservation of these historically significant structures. Having this type of significance, these structures do reflect the culture, history, and development of its society, a fact which clearly necessitates the invention of various preservation and conservation techniques. The present research focuses on structure relocation from two aspects. The first of these aspects is a theoretical one which itself is divided into two sections: the first of which is the study of a certain structure from an architectural point of view, the other section deals with the environment, surroundings, possible hazards which circumvent that structure and threaten its very existence. Any decision taking concerning this issue largely depends on these two previous aspects: the building itself and its surrounding environment. The second aspect of the research is an applied one where a number of domestic and international cases are analyzed.
For more than 80 years, lead mining was the economic mainstay in the northeastern corner area of Oklahoma known as the Tar Creek Basin. When mining operations ceased in 1970, the mining companies pulled out of the area leaving mountains of lead laced mining residues, known locally as chat, piled in the center of Picher, Oklahoma. To compound this issue, orange rust water began to discharge from the open mine shafts in 1979 and flow into Tar Creek. Soon after, the entire area was placed on the first Superfund National Priority List and work was completed to divert Tar Creek around the open mine shafts in anticipation of curbing the flow of water from the mine shafts. In the late 1990 s it was discovered that children in the area had blood-lead levels more than three times the acceptable limit. In 2000, a grassroots group mobilized for a government buyout or relocation. This mobilization divided the town between those who wanted to stay and those who wanted the buyout to proceed. This study researches those issues and subsequent outcome.