BUSINESS HIGH SCHOOL

Skrugetech Inc. designs its jobs in such a way that each job profile has a number of tasks associated with it. The employees are also given a substantial amount of liberty to make decisions about their work as long as they fulfill other work and quality requirements. In the context of job design, Skrugetech Inc. is most likely using ________.A) job specialization B) task rigidity
C) job enrichment
D) task identity

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer: (C) Job enrichment

Explanation:

 The job enrichment is one of the type of method that is used for motivating the employees in an organization for specific job and the various types of challenging tasks.

The main aim of the job enrichment is that it helps in creating the various types of opportunities for the recognition the skills and also the professional growth in an organization.

It also provide the various types of self management to the employees in their specific tasks or duties. According to the question, the Skrugetech Inc. is using the job enrichment for designing the jobs profiles in an organization.

 Therefore, Option (C) is correct answer.      


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Imagine an economy in which: (1) pieces of paper called yollars are the only thing that buyers give to sellers when they buy goods and services, so it would be common to use, say, 50 yollars to buy a pair of shoes; (2) prices are posted in terms of yardsticks, so you might walk into a grocery store and see that, today, an apple is worth 2 yardsticks; and (3) yardsticks disintegrate overnight, so no yardstick has any value for more than 24 hours. in this economy, a. the yardstick is a medium of exchange but it cannot serve as a unit of account.
b. the yardstick is a unit of account but it cannot serve as a store of value.
c. the yardstick is a medium of exchange but it cannot serve as a store of value, and the yollar is a unit of account.
d. the yollar is a unit of account, but it is not a medium of exchange and it is not a liquid asset.

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Imagine an economy in which:
(1) pieces of paper called yollars are the only thing that buyers give to sellers when they buy goods and services, so it would be common to use, say, 50 yollars to buy a pair of shoes;
(2) prices are posted in terms of yardsticks, so you might walk into a grocery store and see that, today, an apple is worth 2 yardsticks; and
(3) yardsticks disintegrate overnight, so no yardstick has any value for more than 24 hours.

In this economy, the yardstick is a unit of account but it cannot serve as a store of value.
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What financial behaviors will typically lead to a low credit score? A. Maxed out credit cards
B. Fully paid balances
C. On time payments
D. Long credit history

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Answer: Maxing out your credit cards will typically lower your credit score.

Explanation:

4 financial behaviors that can empty your purse. You may like to believe in yourself as a responsible administrator of your cash, but behavioral experts say a wide collection of subconscious characteristics and behavioral preferences can produce people to make bad economic choices.

1. Many people abandon to look at other choices when thinking of a larger purchase or economic goods. As a consequence, they cover up abstaining out on chances to save cash on a conventional proceeding.

2. People often neglect important aspects about mortgages and other economic deals. “In some situations, people actively withdraw data that would help them make better choices,” the researchers recorded.

3. People manage to shut down when met with complex choices and abandon to work if they perceive they are in over their economic ends. That, in turn, can lead to disastrous procrastination when it gets to money objects.

4. Sentiments can play a superfluous part in how people think about their investments and respond to specific provocations.

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Low credit scores usually indicate irresponsible spending behaviors.
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Match each term with the statement that best fits.Part A1. A written document that, when properly executed and delivered, conveys title to land. 2. Person named in deed who conveys ownership. 3. Anything of value given to produce a contract 4. Any claim, lien, or encumbrance that impairs title to property.Part Ba. Granteeb. Cloud on the Titlec. Deedd. Consideration

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Answer:

Explanation:

1) A written document that, when properly executed and delivered, conveys title to land.    - DEED

2) The person named in a deed who conveys ownership  - GRANTOR

3) Anything of value given to produce a contract   - Consideration

4) Any claim, lien or encumbrance that impairs title to property  - Cloud on the title.

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Sid, a director of Tech Software Company, learns that a Tech engineer has developed a new, exciting video game. Sid buys Tech stock and tells his friend Uri, who also buys Tech stock. When the new game is released three weeks later, Sid and Uri sell their stock for a big profit. Sid would not be liable if he had waited to buy Tech stock until______

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Answer:

Sid would not be liable if he had waited to buy Tech stock until "three weeks when the game was released".

Explanation:

Sid, by finding out about the development of a new and exciting video game, and then acting on that information by purchasing Tech stock, and also informing his friend Uri to do the same, has committed illegal insider trading.

He used non-public information (that had not yet been made available to the public) to make extra profit for himself and his friend, Uri.

If Sid had waited until the information became public three weeks later, before purchasing Tech stock, then he would not be liable for illegal insider trading.

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