Laws of the State of Delaware. The One Hundred And Thirty-Fifth General Assembly First Session Commenced And Held At Dover On Tuesday, January 10, A.D. 1989 Second Session Commenced And Held At Dover On Tuesday, January 9, A.D. 1990 Volume LXVII.
Management/Human Resources Capstones; Public Administration Capstones;
This qualitative study examines the issues and challenges facing our legal system
when citizens pursue their right to self-representation in our courts as opposed to
representation by an attorney. Courts deal with ever-widening floodgates of...
Domestic violence against women is prevalent in the United States. Based on the history of
domestic violence, men have abused women throughout the centuries. Women have struggled
and tolerated many different types of violence, such as physical,...
This report examines: (1) the current status of tire recycling in Delaware, (2) the variety
of environmental problems scrap tire piles present to the population, and (3) offers a
public relations model that appeals to State leaders, industry, and...
Salisbury City Police has implemented four shift schedules since 1968. The department’s
patrol division currently operates under a 12-hour shift design. Administration voiced
concern regarding the length of this shift and the effects of...
The purpose of the thesis is to determine the fairness and equality of Delaware’s
workers’ compensation laws. This issue is being researched because the writer is a
workers compensation administrator who daily observes and follows the laws...
At one time, one could make an impressive argument regarding the need for affirmative
action plans and programs if everyone was to get an equal share of the American pie.
With Executive Order 11246, President Lyndon Johnson required...
The purpose of this research is to function as an inquiry examining current prevention plans and to identify what measures can be implemented or modified to reduce the likelihood of client-initiated violence in state agencies
In a survey by Grotta, Glassman and Hoffman cited in the U.S. News and World Report, 69%
of company managers replied that the most annoying situation with their employees is the lack of
motivation. These managers are right to be concerned about...