It can lead to reduced productivity, reduced revenue, high staff turnover, and more. According to Sirota Consulting, the share price of low morale companies saw only three percent increase in price versus an industry average of sixteen percent” (p 1) As reflected in studies by other companies “Several studies find not only do employees experience steep losses in morale after restructuring programs, they also judge those programs to be much less successful than management does.” Further demonstrations and studies found that, “Reengineering systems and processed in one thing, but reengineering employee attitudes in another. “ (Begley, 1995,
He is a foster child and has been moved to 33 different foster homes since the age of five, so the thought of a private school was a beacon for a home at last. Upon Benson 's arrival, before he even steps into the building, two students began running after the car that drops him off. This puzzles him, but shortly after he’s greeted by Becky Allred, she 's in
Records indicate that the rate of unemployment among the youth stands at an alarming level as the rate of employment among the younger generation [16 – 24 years age] has turned out three times slower than the other age group when it comes to employment, since 1992. A research from the House of Commons library indicates that there 498,000 youth jobless in the said age group of which around 8,000 unemployed added over the last quarter. According to a study by Office of National Statistics, the current rate of unemployment is 14.4% and the overall unemployment rate is counted to 5.7% calculated based upon the total working population. Furthermore, even for those younger generation who have managed to get a job, the rate of average wage received is around £1,800 per annum, the worst rate received by the youth than last five years. This gives one clear indication the change in the retirement age has proved a major obstacle to the younger generation to secure a job.
In actuality, the number of assaulted and injured officers has decreased by ten percent from 1992 to 2013 (source E). Though, also a fact, the number of officer employment is growing. Let alone in 2008, the Bureau of Justice Statistics estimated that 1.13 million full-time workers were employed by law enforcement agencies (source E). An obvious inverse proportionality. But, does the employment growth simply suppress violence against police, or does it make them more formidable?
As humans, those needs are essential to life itself. Unlike the needs previously mentioned, lack of shelter does not mean imminent death. Many people have been homeless for prolonged periods of time. In “America’s Tent Cities for the Homeless”, Alan Taylor states, “although the overall number of homeless individuals has decreased over the years, it is rising in larger cities. He goes on to say that in 2015 the Department of Homeland security reported over 500,000 people were without homes at the year’s end.” (2016, web).
Lowering tax rates was another economic change that people said lead to the recovery. Unemployment went from 10.8 percent in December of 1982 to 7.4 percent in December of 1984. Inflation fell from 10.3 percent in 1981to 3.2 percent in 1983. Industries that were hit the hardest during the recession made dramatic improvements; these industries were paper and forest products, rubber, airlines, the auto industry, construction and manufacturing, and the savings and loans industry. During the recession and towards the end of the recession in 1983, President Ronald Regan’s approval ratings were at an all time low.
The lowest figure over the study period appeared to be in the year 2011 which recorded a number of 3728 suicides. According to The Canadian Press (2011), Canada’s economy was ranked at the second place among the G7 countries in the year 2011 which seems to lead to the drop in the suicides. However, it is notable that the suicides in the following two years after the improvement of Canada’s economy in 2011 experienced a significant rose which marked the figure of 3926 suicides and 4054 suicides respectively. As mentioned by Antunes (2012), the Canada’s economy in 2012 and 2013 was most likely to be muddled due to the influence of the gloomy global environment. This slowdown on the economic activity is believed to have a negative impact on suicides in the particular
Homelessness Homelessness is a big factor in the U.S and all around the world. More and more people everyday are becoming homeless. Yet not enough is being done to stop it, or make a big impact on it. 600,000 people in the U.S are homeless. That’s not including everywhere else.
While the unauthorized immigrants total was 8.4 million. By the next key year 2007 the legal jumped to 38 million and the unauthorized immigrants grew to 12 million. The period ended in 2011 with the total number of legal immigrants totaling 40.4 million immigrants and the number of unauthorized illegals dropped to 11.1 million. The period saw a raise of 9.3 million legal immigrants and an extra
“Midwestern metropolitan areas have experienced a decline in native workers by 3.3 percent” (Brunswick, 2014) however, the influx of immigrant workers have tripled in the last decade. When the recession began in December 2009 large cities felt the preverbal “hit” first which in turn