What is morale in the context of a work place?

# What is morale in the context of a work place?

What is morale in the context of a work place?

In the context of a workplace, morale can be defined as the attitudes of the people who work in that place towards their jobs and their employers. The level of morale in a workplace has serious…

• MATH

A rectangle has a perimeter of 60 m and an area of 200 m2. Find the length x and width y, x >…

Perimeter = 60 Area = 200 m^2 Find x an y such that: x > y We know that the perimeter of the rectangle is: P = 2x + 2y ==> 60 = 2x + 2y Divide by 2: ==> x + y = 30 ==> x = 30 – y…

• MATH

The sum of the squares of two consecutive real numbers is 61. Find the numbers.

Let the first number be x Then the next number will be x + 1. Given that the sum of the squares is 61 Then : x^2 + ( x+1)^2 = 61 ==> x^2 + x^2 + 2x + 1 = 61 We will combine like terms: ==>…

• EVERYDAY USE

How many parts of the story relate to the title, “Everyday Use”?

I hope I understand your question correctly to mean which items in the story relate to the title of “Everyday Use”. This is the conflict in the story between the mother and Dee regarding the things…

• MATH

A right triangle has a perimeter of 24 cm and a hypotenuse of 10 cm. Find the sides x and y, x…

Given the perimeter = 24 cm The hypotenuse = 10 Then we know that the perimeter of the triangle is the sum of all three sides: Let the sides be x , y , and the hypotenuse = 10 ==> x + y + 10 =…

• MATH

Given that log 10(7)=.8450, what is log 7(0.01)?

Here we are given that log 10 (7) = 0.8450 and we have to find log 7 (0.01). We first use the relation that log x^n = n log x. Therefore log 7 (0.01) = log 7(10^-2) = -2*log 7(10). Now we use the…

• HAMLET

“There are many comic moments in Shakespeare’s ‘Hamlet’.” Discuss this statement, supporting your…

I agree with you that Hamlet is not a very funny play; still, it has some humorous moments. One moment is in Act III Sc. 2, the “play” scene. Before the play begins, Hamlet asks Polonious if he…

• MATH

(x+2)/5+(x+12)/10+2=x-2

We have to solve (x+2)/5 + (x+12)/10 + 2 = x-2 for x. Let’s start with (x+2)/5 + (x+12)/10 + 2 = x-2 First eliminate the denominators in all the terms. To do this multiply all terms by 10. =>…

How is Human Resource mangement related to change management?Hi. I would like to know how is…

Human resource management is the management of the people who work for an organization. Change management is the art and science of facilitating changes at minimal cost and disruption. The…

• LAW AND POLITICS

How would you answer this question?University Hospital planned on buying new transcription…

This is a very clear conflict of interest. Even though she did not know in advance that she would be rewarded for her support, she committed an ethical violation by accepting the gift. How will…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What is Mrs. Dubose use of the alarm clock?What is the purpose of Mrs. Dubose’s use of the alarm…

Mrs. Dubose is a morphine addict. The drug was probably prescribed as a painkiller for some illness she contracted. One side effect of morphine is irrationality and paranoia. Her lashing out at…

• BEOWULF

How does Beowulf contrast to Jesus?

In Beowulf, any connections between the epic hero Beowulf and the biblical Jesus are loose at best. The original poem was written by an anonymous pagan poet who believed in wergild (blood revenge…

• A ROSE FOR EMILY

In “A Rose for Emily” what specific symbolism does William Faulkner use to show Emily’s struggle…

This is a great question! Symbolism can be hard at times to pick out but it is worth persevering and trying to read fiction focussing on this fascinating topic. For me, the most powerful bit of…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What advantages/talents does Atticus have and does he use them?

Atticus Finch, the father of Jem and Scout, is an extremely talented and intelligent man. He takes each of his roles (father, lawyer, neighbor, citizen, friend, etc.) seriously and does his best…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

What do the children learn in chapter 10?

In chapter 10, the children learn that their father isn’t as “uncool” as they originally thought. The chapter begins with the children mourning how old and boring Atticus is. Later in the chapter,…

What are the different levels of market segmentation?

In terminology that I am familiar with, there are four levels of market segmentation. At the highest level is mass marketing. This is where you do things like buying ads on national TV broadcasts…

• ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE

There is a contrast between vague and clear throughout “How it Happened.” Briefly, list things…

In this story, the narrator goes into a great deal of detail about the car and its workings. He also is quite clear about the details of the physical environment. He is much more vague about…

• THE CRUCIBLE

What would be a good and detailed description of Judge Danforth in Acts 3 and 4 of “The Crucible”?

I would say that a good and detailed description of Danforth has to include his vigorous defense of his proceedings. He is not afraid to associate his own “name” with them. He sees the…

• BIOLOGY

Why is it important to know how the germs exit the body of a patient?

I think you are referring to knowing how an illness is spread from the patient to others. It is important to know the exact route to how a disease spreads to prevent others from getting infected…

• ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE

How does Doyle create tension when referring to the speed of the car on the hill? Give…

The main way in which Conan Doyle creates tension in this part of the story is through his vivid descriptions of what is happening. First of all, as the car reaches the top of the hill, we know…

• SOCIAL SCIENCES

What are some of the pros and cons regarding the usage of stem cells use to either save or…

This is a tough question because it combines aspects of religion, politics, and science. Because of that, a person’s opinions on it can often depend on which aspect they are looking at. The pros…

• HEART OF DARKNESS

In Heart of Darkness, by Joseph Conrad, what are the different tests Marlow faces during his…

This is a great question because it identifies how Conrad in this novella is playing with a central archetype that is present in so many works of literature – the journey and the protagonist who…

• RELIGION

Can someone describe a sanctuary please?I’m doing a big religious paper and have to describe a…

There are at least two different meanings of the word “sanctuary” in religious terms — I assume you are asking about the second of the two that I will mention here. First, sanctuary was a concept…

• THE OUTSIDERS

What is the meaning of the phrase, “you dig”, in The Outsiders?What is the meaning of the phrase,…

As we all know, slang changes over time. The Outsiders was set in the early 1960’s. “You dig” referred to “Do you understand?”. Another meaning as in “I dig that music” means I like or I…

• MATH

What is the probability of picking 5 red balls when 5 balls are picked randomly in the following…

We initially have 20 balls of which 5 are red in color. Now when the first ball is picked, the probability of it being red is 5/20 = 1/4. If the first ball picked was red, we now have 19 balls and…

• A CONNECTICUT YANKEE IN KING ARTHUR’S COURT

In A Connecticut Yankee at King Arthur’s Court, what does Hank think about armour?

We can clearly deduce Hank’s thoughts about armour and its use in Chapter 39, when he has his duel with Sir Sagramor. Key to discerning this inference is the comparison with how Sir Sagramor and…

• BIOLOGY

The gene for color blindness in humans is found on the X chromosome. A boy has a color-blind…

Color blindness is X linked recessive ailment. In ailments that are X linked recessive, there is no transmission of the ailment from the father to the son as the son acquires the Y chromosome from…

• THE CALL OF THE WILD

Where did John Thornton live in The Call of the Wild?

John Thornton did not have a permanent home in this book. He moved around doing various things to make money. When we first meet Thornton in Chapter V, he is living in a camp at the mouth of the…

• MATH

If a number is chosen at random from the following list, what is the probability that it is not…

We have a list of 10 numbers from 1 to 10 consisting of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10. Now the prime numbers in this list are 2, 3, 5 and 7. We have to remember that 1 is not a prime number as a…

• JULIUS CAESAR

Is Brutus the real hero in the play Julius Caesar?The play’s name is Julius Caesar. However,…

This is a perplexing question to which there is no simple answer. In the same way that Shakespeare titled a play The Merchant of Venice, when the merchant, Antonio, is not the primary character in…

• MATH

To convert between radians and degrees just keep in mind that 2*pi radians is equal to 360 degrees. Therefore we get 1 radian = (360/2*pi) degrees and 1 degree = 2*pi/360 radian To convert any…

• THE OPEN WINDOW

“The Open Window” is a realistic fiction without much use of sardonic humor. How?

I have to start by disagreeing with part of your statement. I do think that there is plenty of sardonic humour in this excellent and funny tale by Saki, but at the same time, I agree that it is…

• THE LOTTERY

Do you recomend The Lottery as a good reading?Do you recommend The Lottery as a good reading?

Up until the last few paragraphs Shirley Jackson’s “The Lottery” seems to be a realistic story about quiet and quaint small-town life. Probably on rereading one notices that, despite all the…

• EDWARD LEAR

What is the meaning of roo-matiz?

The term comes from the Owl and the Pussycat, The Duck and the Kangaroo, by Edward Lear. Roo-matiz is slang for rheumatism. In the verse, the duck wishes to climb aboard the kangaroo so it can see…

• PHILOSOPHY

Ethics is probably the most difficult concept to define. Justify this statement.

I would agree with this statement. I think that ethical conduct is the most difficult to define because human beings are poised between equally desirable, yet ultimately incompatible courses of…

• SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE

Frost at midnight, last verse paragraph. My question is : could someone underline or mark, word…

This looks like iambic pentameter but with a few small irregularities. Coleridge is known for being slightly irregular in meter. If you think this is tough, try scanning “Kubla Khan”! Lines of…

• THE CRUCIBLE

The crucible act IV helpwhat is the conflict Proctor faces that puts his private and public self…

Isn’t this the conflict about whether to confess and then have the confession signed and publicized? He wants to confess and live, right? That’s kind of personal — he doesn’t want his wife and…

How to harness performance management system for performance improvement?

Performance management is the systematic process by which an organization involves its employees, as individuals and members of a group, in improving organizational effectiveness for achieving…

• DEATH, BE NOT PROUD

Explain how Donne creates an argument against Death in “Death, be not Proud.”

One of the central ways that Donne creates an argument against death in this powerful poem that is normally entitled “Sonnet X” in his Holy Sonnets, is through paradox. Remember, paradox is a…

• HISTORY

Social and Political Reforms in the Nineteenth CenturyAssess the validity of the following…

For the “yes” side, I’d look at the movements for prison and educational reforms during this time. In both of these cases, reformers were pretty much saying that people could be improved (either by…

• THE ODYSSEY

I have questionsHow does Penelope plan to test the suitors to see which one she will marry?

Are you talking about Book IXX where she is going to test them with Odysseus’s bow? If that’s what you’re asking, she was going to marry whoever was man enough to string Odysseus’s bow and use it…

• MOBY DICK

What does whiteness symbolize in Moby Dick ?

Many scholars suggest that the color white symbolizes Ishmael’s search for spiritual truth. White is a color usually associated with innocence and purity, so it is unusual that the white whale…

• YOUNG GOODMAN BROWN

What is the purpose?ok can someone help me with this? what is the central purpose of this story?…

The purpose of the story is probably wide open to interpretaton. I can imagine that everyone will have something different to say. For me, Hawthorne’s short story “Young Goodman Brown” seems to be…

• LITERATURE

How can the planting of apples be analyzed in Johnny Appleseed’s story? What connections has it…

The allegory of planting apple trees is one of community and settlement. As Americans migrated west, Johnny Appleseed (John Chapman) was there to meet them with saplings available for purchase. He…

• HISTORY

What was the reason for the Tiananmen Square movement?I have an exam tomorrow so I need an answer…

There was no specific or isolated event that helped to galvanize the protesters at Tianamen Square in 1989. The death of reforming activist Hu Yaobang was one reason why there were so many people…

• SOCRATES

There are two extant accounts of the trial and death of Socrates by his near contemporaries, the Memorabilia by Xenophon and three dialogues by Plato, Apology, Crito, and Phaedo. As the character…

• SCIENCE

ans the following question please; If a uniform spring is cut in half, what is the force…

Hooke’s Law is F = kx, where F = extension force, x = extension distance, k = spring constant (what you have called force constant) Rearranging for k: k = F/x. The force required to stretch half a…

• PHYSICS

A wire supports a weight of 3W, what should its diameter be to stretch only 0.100mm, as in the…

The ratio of Tensile Stress to Tensile Strain for a metal wire is equal to a constant called Young’s modulus. In the problem let us take the Young’s Modulus as Y and length of the wire as L. Now…

• SCIENCE

If a metal wire has its length doubled and its diameter tripled, by what factor does its Young…

Young’s is a property of the material of construction of a wire. It depends only on the nature of the material used for making the wire. Young’s modulus does not depend on the physical dimensions…

• ANIMAL FARM

What does the plot illustrate relative to the seven commandments and Old Major’s speech in first…

In some ways, the revolution happened as Old Major described. For example, the animals did overthrow the humans. In the beginning, most of the animals were living the good life Old Major…