Question 1 Learning Curve. You ordered 2 units of a product from a supplier, and this product typically
demonstrates a 90% learning curve. You plan to buy an additional 14 units for a combined 16. The price
per unit on the original 2 units was $50 each ($
Homework 3, Chapter 7
Name _Brian Grubb_
Annual Demand = 200,000
The order cost = $100
Annual holding rate = 25%
Price varies depending on the order quantity per the following schedule:
Orders between 1 to 50,000 units cost $11.
Orders of 5
Hannah Von Allman - 830820026
Sarah Benson - 830764537
Kayla Morales - 830097563
History of Unions
Unions were formed to protect workers from unfair and unsafe labor
demands. Unreasonably long hours, unsafe working conditions and low wages
Both the organizational and individual employee benefits provided from telecommuting
continue to be one of the main reasons why so many companies utilize this function. Research
has shown that telecommuting boosts productivity, improves performance, and r
Assignment 3: Negotiating Job Offers
Shawn Utechts presentation on how to best negotiate job offers exposed me to some new
information that I previously was not familiar with. Learning some best practices was great
Review Sheet for Exam 1
Intro to Human Resource Management
1. Define human resource management (HRM).
a. Practices and policies that produce the employee attitudes, skills, behaviors, and
performance companies need to achieve their strategic goals.
Review Sheet for Exam 2
1. Define selection and explain why this HR process is important to companies.
a. The process of obtaining and evaluating information about applicants
a.ii. Work experience
a.iii. Leadership roles
Videoconferencing was first introduced to the public in the 1960s by AT&T but did not
see real commercial applications until the 1980s . Technological advances throughout the
1980s and 90s made steady progress, but available options were expensive and not
Review Sheet for Exam 3
1. Explain how pay grades are established. Define red circled and green circled employees
and explain what employers should do about them.
a. Companies assign certain points combining both internal and external equity