Emp application

Obtain an employment application and background check policies and procedures from your employer or a company with which you are familiar.

Write a 1,750-word paper in which you identify the strengths and weaknesses of a company’s employment application and background-check policies and procedures.

Answer the following questions regarding the employment application:

· Does the application provide sufficient information to conduct a background investigation?

· What waivers does the application contain?

· What waivers not reflected need to be addressed?

· Is the same application used for all positions?

· What revisions would you make to the application?

Answer the following questions regarding the organization’s background check policies and procedures:

· What checks are conducted?

· What is the policy on drug testing?

· Is a credit check standard?

· Do background checks include interviewing previous and current neighbors?

· Are references contacted and interviewed?

· Is the background check procedure in place adequate?

· How could the process be improved?

· What are the EEOC restrictions which includes criminal records in conducting background employment checks?

Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.

 
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Final Paper

This page is the assignment page for the Final Project for this class. Per the syllabus, the premise of the final project is the following:

It’s no secret that Washington State is the center of the tech industry renaissance outside of California’s Silicon Valley or NYC’s Silicon Alley. Though the presence of those companies here in the Seattle-Tacoma Metro Area has both been the cause of massive economic growth and the cause of social growing pains. In this fast-growing metropolitan area, cities are struggling to address this growth.

Your question is: What is one policy that would contribute to effectively addressing housing, transportation and/or economic development issues equitably amidst the tech boom? 

In this assignment, you are expected to create a  power-point presentation and a report that details your approach to solving this problem. I understand this won’t be perfect but, your presentation cannot exceed 12 slides in length, including the bibliography.

The report must be a minimum of 700 words and it must also include a bibliography. The two bibliographies will have some overlap yet, the one for your report would- in theory- be more extensive.

Your must include a bibliographies must be formatted using APA ctiation style with each. See the style guide here (Links to an external site.).

 
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Helpful Tips to Developing a Quality Discussion

CSS. It’s a web designer’s playpen. With so many colors, type settings, layout options, and responsive possibilities, it’s easy to turn a stylesheet into a million line nightmare. However, with a few simple actions you can clean up the mess so the CSS works with you, not against you. A few weeks ago, frontend developer Julie Cameron came through our virtual Treehouse office and bestowed some wisdom we still can’t shake. So now I’m sharing it with you all!

It’s only natural. Entanglement happens.

The cascade. It’s a blessing and a curse. It’s often the case that when you change the styling of one element, other elements inadvertently get restyled. Misuse of !important makes the cascade come to a screeching halt, and leaves you with inconsistencies from one element styling to the next. As websites get bigger or more developers start working on the codebase,

the CSS tends to grow as well. Without a plan, it becomes the Wild Wild West (wickey wild, wicky wicky wild wild wild west…Will Smith isn’t gonna get you out of this one).

  • Modular – You can get to the point of building a page without writing a single line of CSS.
  • Predictable – It doesn’t matter where you put the component, it’ll behave the same and look the same. It’s easy to write the code. You have systems in place for naming it. It’s more intuitive to write.
  • Maintainable – It’s quick and easy to deal with. It won’t break other things on the site.
  • Scalable – It’s hard to break and easy to build onto.
  • Dry – It eliminates the need for copy and paste duplication in the CSS.
  • Organized – There’s a place for everything.

Separation of container from content means that objects should look the same no matter where you put them. In other words, avoid location-dependent styles. For example, if you’re styling an h2 like this…

 
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