Top PDF 18/02/2014. IRIS Payroll Business

18/02/2014. IRIS Payroll Business

18/02/2014. IRIS Payroll Business

The Getting Started Tutorials are designed to guide you through common payroll tasks using step by step instructions. You can work through these tutorials in order, giving yourself a solid understanding of your payroll software, or you can select an individual tutorial topic to guide you through a particular task.

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Earnest Money. Tender Form Cost. Rs.3,00,000/- Rs.1000/- 18/02/2014 to 21/02/2014

Earnest Money. Tender Form Cost. Rs.3,00,000/- Rs.1000/- 18/02/2014 to 21/02/2014

Tender Document can be obtained from the Accounts Section, National Institute of Health & Family Welfare at above address up to 18/02/2014 to 21/02/2014 on all working days between 9.00 am to 3.30 pm on cash payment of Rs. 1000.00 (Non-refundable), on written request. Earnest Money Deposit will be Rs.3,00,000/- in form of Demand Draft on any Nationalized Bank payable at New Delhi in favour of Director, NIHFW, New Delhi should be submitted along with the technical bid of the tender. Necessary certificate regarding eligibility criteria along with tender document duly signed on each page should be submitted in one envelope marked as Technical bid and another envelop the bid of percentage service charges calculated by the agency on actual work, marked on envelop as Price bid. The price bid and technical bid shall be submitted in third envelope (large size) marked on envelope as Tender for AMC of Electrical and Civil work of the Institute.
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18/02/2014. Earnie. Guide to the IRIS HR Manager link

18/02/2014. Earnie. Guide to the IRIS HR Manager link

■ When initially creating the link using Copy employee data from HR Manager to Payroll, several fields will not be transferred. They will be updated in Earnie when they are next amended in IRIS HR Manager. The fields affected are Previous Tax; Previous Gross; Tax This Employment; Gross Taxable Pay This Employment; Total Pay This Employment (Gross Niable Pay); Director Status; Director Since Week

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Volume 02  Issue 08  (2014)  August 2014

Volume 02 Issue 08 (2014) August 2014

Individuals who are interpersonallysensitive tend to hide their compulsive buying behavior to avoid being mocked or criticized. Compulsive buyers realize that their behavior can cause interpersonal problems, social problems which might in turn make people less sensitive to those behaviors that might negatively affect others. Workers who are compulsive in nature are usually sensitive to their spending habit. This in turn causes emotional breakdown [14]. Interpersonal sensitive individuals who are pathological compulsive buyers usually have mood swings. Most times there is this ungratified urge to go out and buy, keep buying till they are satisfied and other times they worry about their spending habit and how to remedy it. They often become conscious of what people say about them. Although not all compulsive buyers are interpersonally sensitive but quite a number of them are. McElroy [1] reported that 17 of 18 compulsive buyers studied had mood disorder. Research also showed that compulsive buyers themselves have frequently had a history of substance abuse, mood disorder and anxiety disorder [1, 14, 15].
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Volume 02  Issue 10  (2014)  Oct. 2014

Volume 02 Issue 10 (2014) Oct. 2014

Demographic dependent variables included respondents’ sex (WOMAN), whether respondents are heterosexually MARRIED and their AGE, recoded into 5 cohorts 18-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50- 59, and 60+. Three variables measure economic factors, and four to measure human capital. Economic resources were tested using the NORC variable for annual household INCOME and individual WAGES coded in six groups: <$20K, $20-29K, 30-39K, 40-49K, 50- 59K, $60K+. The only measure of economic stability is provided by INC CHG, which measures whether the respondent experienced a 20% change in their income in either direction in the past year.
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Volume 02  Issue 10  (2014)  Oct. 2014

Volume 02 Issue 10 (2014) Oct. 2014

Considering the increased distances to school, it is natural that the process would lead to increased number of drop-outs or out-of-school children [18]. For example, reports from the field point towards parents who are adamant that they will not send their children to far-off schools. Without doubt, the girls will be left worse-off in the entire process. In fact, since most of the schools that have been merged are primary schools, the children are very small to travel to distant places, especially when highways, canals, drains, hills and other topographical features come in between the house and the school. While the solution to this problem is a well functioning system where necessary mechanisms are in place to provide transport facilities, no such provisions have been put in place.
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Volume 02  Issue 10  (2014)  Oct. 2014

Volume 02 Issue 10 (2014) Oct. 2014

Thus, in a certain way, we could say that we no longer could see a need for Psychology as a science or profession. All those who are interested in the human psyche should turn to the science of brain. The impossibility to fully accomplishing the mapping of the entire soul and to access it only through what people have shown in their behaviour, symbology, culture and history has came to an end through the deep study of the human biology. The whole lot of theories on the human being, all the manuals, all the psychological evaluation tests, all the technical apparatuses which had given support to the production of Psychology seemed to have become empty with this new knowledge, since the soul, now, has started to become visible and the mind – the last boundary of science – could be explained through a physiologic basis, through the brain and the nervous system. It might still mean a little more than that, like Francisco Mora Teruel [18] tells us in his text Neurosciences: a new perspective of human nature:
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Volume 02  Issue 10  (2014)  Oct. 2014

Volume 02 Issue 10 (2014) Oct. 2014

UNIPAMPA makes use of the Exame Nacional do Ensino Médio (Enem) for the student entrance. According to the score in the test (ENEM), it is possible to register in the Sitema de Seleção Unificada (Sisu) to apply for a vacancy among 63 graduation courses. The access to the institution is through huge competition or in the different types of affirmative policies, such as: candidates with per capita income eaqual or inferior to 1,5 minimal wage and graduated the middle school in public schools; candidates self-declared black, brown or indiginous; candidates who, regardless income (art. 14, II, Portaria Normativa nº 18/2012), have fully coursed middle school in public school (Lei nº 12.711/2012).
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Volume 02  Issue 11  (2014)  Nov. 2014

Volume 02 Issue 11 (2014) Nov. 2014

The swimming course was held for two hours per session, covering 20 sessions in 10 weeks. During the swimming course, the experimental group learned how to swim in the water and do the breaststroke. Most of the students from experimental group abled to swim without have difficulties at the end of lesson at the deep part of swimming pool. Since the novice must learn a variety of skills and strokes to swim continuously for 20 or more minutes, a swimmer's ability level may influence the degree of mood change [15]. Additionally, Berger and Owen [15] believed that with twice a week swimming training, both beginner and intermediate swimmers feel better mood and less anxiety after training swimming. As reported by Leith [16]; Rostad and Long [17] and Aşçı [18], exercise should be longer than eight weeks in order to enhance psychological benefits. Atousa [19] found 10 weeks individual
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Volume 02  Issue 02: (2014) Feb. 2014

Volume 02 Issue 02: (2014) Feb. 2014

Recent transformations within the division of labour in Mexican households have been observed not only as a result of changing economic conditions but also due to cultural transformations. Rodriguez finds that in Mexico, ‘the crises resulted in the entry of women into the workforce in massive numbers, changing partially the social and economic and political roles’ [17]. Women’s participation in the national economy has increased, although limitations are enduring. In 1995, women represented 32% of the workforce but for 2010, women’s 27.7% represented 16.8 million of the 44.5 million economically active population [18]. Chant [19] found that women are becoming involved in household decisions while Rodriguez explained that urban and rural women participated more actively in organised movements, particularly in labour struggles and unions [17]. On the other hand, some studies have found that there is little connection between women’s representation and women in the labour force. Oakes and Almquist [20] found little connection between female political representation and women’s employment rates in agricultural economies. Kenworthy and Malami’s [21] suggested this lack of connection too. They confirmed that there were more professional women in the U.S. and yet, female representation was notoriously low. As far as the developing countries, Matland suggested that subsistence– level primary sector work was unlikely to have an “empowering and consciousness raising effect” in women seeking political office [22].
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Volume 02  Issue 07  (2014)  July 2014

Volume 02 Issue 07 (2014) July 2014

The next implication is that educational psychologists need to develop insights into the specific learning styles which are favoured by the educational system. If students can be enabled to be more aware of themselves and the ways in which they are likely to achieve better, they can be encouraged to develop more effective and more flexible learning styles. On the other hand, two major strategies have been proposed for enhancing students' achievement. One is through providing learning environments that match students' learning styles [18-20] The second strategy is through teaching for a balanced use of styles or flexibility [21-23] In this regard, the basic principle is that, in order for students to benefit maximally from instruction and assessment, at least some of each should match their learning styles. Therefore, flexibility is crucial for students as well as for teachers. Conclusion
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Volume 02  Issue 12  (2014)  Dec. 2014

Volume 02 Issue 12 (2014) Dec. 2014

At this juncture (for fear that explosive at the mines might fall into wrong hands), the government decided on 17 November to remove the explosives at the mines. Consequently, on 18 November 1949, a senior superintendent of police, Mr. F.S. Philip was appointed to head 105 policemen in the operation to remove the explosives from the mines. The explosives were successfully removed at the Ogbete mine, but at Iva Valley mine, the dismissed workers resisted the removal [35]. By that time, about 1,500 miners had gathered with sticks, chanted war songs, and demanded that the explosives must not be removed. In the process, a struggle ensued between three policemen and some miners. In the ensuing melee Mr. Phillip ordered his men to shoot; and accordingly, the policemen shot indiscriminately at the protesting miners. The shootings led to the death of twenty-eight miners while more than fifty were injured.
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Volume 02  Issue 10  (2014)  Oct. 2014

Volume 02 Issue 10 (2014) Oct. 2014

High infant and child mortality tends to remain a problem throughout the Middle East, with the exception of Israel and the Gulf States. Contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) is low in the region, with the exception of Turkey and Egypt and among urban and educated populations [3]. The fast-growing population of the region is regarded as a problem in most countries of the region except the Gulf States and Iraq. The region includes three of the largest urban agglomerations worldwide; Greater Cairo, Istanbul and Tehran contain between them 30-40 million people (depending on where the urban boundaries are drawn). Iran, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Yemen, Oman, Jordan, and the West Bank and Gaza have an annual rate of growth of 3 percent. Iran has 60 million people, Iraq 18 million, Saudi Arabia 16 million, Yemen 10 million, and other countries in this group 22 million, totaling 126 million. Egypt, Turkey, Lebanon, Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates comprise 123 million people growing at a rate of 2-3 percent per year. Only
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Volume 02  Issue 07  (2014)  July 2014

Volume 02 Issue 07 (2014) July 2014

Mutual Pharmaceutical Company (2013), the United Supreme Court reversed a 2011 ruling against generic drug manufacturer, Mutual Pharmaceuticals, holding that generic drug manufacturers were not responsible for the safety data relating to their products [18]. The Court relied on a principle termed preemption to invalidate a state regulation relating to the responsibility of a generic drug manufacturer. (Appendix IV- Principles of Preemption).The Court noted: “Because it is impossible for Mutual and other similarly situated manufacturers to comply with both state and federal law, New Hampshire's warning-based design-defect cause of action is pre-empted with respect to FDA- approved drugs sold in interstate commerce [19]. This ruling will make it very difficult to sue a generic drug company in the future on the basis of improper warnings [20].
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Volume 02  Issue 07  (2014)  July 2014

Volume 02 Issue 07 (2014) July 2014

Mental illness is typically a neglected issue in the developing world and is generally not even spoken of or recognized as a medical condition. There are only 5000 mental health professionals in India.Its saddening scenario that one in five people in India lives with a mental illness. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), countries like India devote less than 1% of their health budgets to mental health compared to 10%, 12%, and 18% in other countries. While there are as many as two crore (20 million) Indians suffering from mental illnesses, the country has only 3,500 psychiatrists and 1,500 psychiatric nurses to treat them. According to the Head of the Department of Psychiatry at New Delhi‘s G B Pant Hospital R C Jiloha, an estimated 1-2% of India‘s 100-crore plus population suffer from major mental disorders and about 5% of the population from minor depressive disorders. A major problem in developing countries is the existence of stigma towards mental illness and neurological disorders. Many patients are misunderstood as weak or dangerous. They are more likely to be the victims of violence rather than the perpetrators; it is an issue of human rights. This stigma leads to isolation, loss of social support and psychological distress. The Psycho social treatments are playing a vital role for solving the problem of mental illness in present society. Psychosocial treatments - including certain forms of psychotherapy (often called ―talk-therapy‖) and social and vocational training - are helpful in providing support, education, and guidance to people with mental illnesses and their families. Studies tell that psychosocial treatments for mental illnesses can help individuals decrease the negative effects of their illnesses and increase their functioning.
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Volume 02  Issue 07  (2014)  July 2014

Volume 02 Issue 07 (2014) July 2014

According to Maslow’s theory, the needs at lower levels have to be satisfied first, as a condition to the satisfaction of higher level needs. The level of a child’s need is determined by the degree to which the family can deter eventual dangers in the child’s environment, and what aid is available for that purpose from the State’s side. [18] Bradshaw distinguishes 4 types of needs: 1) normative needs (needs determined by a norm), 2) comparative needs (analysis of how different groups satisfy their needs), 3) subjective needs (how the individual feels, that is, the sensation of being in need) and 4) explicit needs (needs that are expressed). [19] The need as per Bradshaw is multidimensional, of a social nature, relative and based on a value judgement, and it distinguishes between the needs perceived by the individual and those defined by the experts. [19] From a child protection point of view, this means that there have to be needs to be defined and satisfied according to standards, however, the subjective and explicit needs of the primary and secondary target groups must not be overlooked. The voicing of the latter needs also promotes the use of the principles of participation and partnership in practice.
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Volume 02  Issue 06 (2014) June 2014

Volume 02 Issue 06 (2014) June 2014

and psychological wellbeing. In another study on effective leadership and job satisfaction on team citizenship, Yun, Cox, & Sims [18] found that effective leadership (transformational) is positively linked with job satisfaction and team citizenship. Yet in another study on leadership behavior and burnout, Rad and Gohalenoei [19] found that a significant relationship existed between leadership style of coaches and burnout among athletes, whereby effective leadership style (participative) was negatively related to burnout. Since BCE paradigm not only contains some already identified attributes of effective leadership, but presents succinct positive behaviors, this paper also assumes that like other effective leadership style it will enhance desirable organizational outcomes and possibly mediate the effect of other leadership styles on the desirable organizational outcomes.
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Volume 02  Issue 11  (2014)  Nov. 2014

Volume 02 Issue 11 (2014) Nov. 2014

The findings mentioned above are very important in reducing the anxiety levels of students by engaging in physical exercise like swimming. The mean age ± standard deviation (SD) was 23.35±1.75 years (range, 20–27 years) for the experimental group and that for the control group was 23.07±2.03 years (range, 20–28 years). The mean semester of the experimental group was 2.75 (SD .83, range 2-6) and for control group the mean was 2.96 (SD 1.05, rang 2-6). The participants were studying in various fields, including education, engineering, business, and human sciences.In this study the value is 0.80 for anxiety that suggests very good internal consistency reliability for the scale with these samples. Value above 0.7 is considered acceptable; however, values above 0.8 are preferable.
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Volume 02  Issue 12  (2014)  Dec. 2014

Volume 02 Issue 12 (2014) Dec. 2014

Ákos Matzon accepted the invitation of Validart in 2013 and the piece of art was finished in 2014. In an interview with him, he talks about Mandatory Literature as a historical meeting of a Matzon-work and a refrigerator as an unbreakable artistic deed. He was the first artist of Validart project who used built-in device – in order to keep the composition plan working on a flat base – so in contrast to the other works, it cannot be walked around and he only worked on the front side of the object. The sight provided by book slices is crossed with a tricolour ribbon and by this the shapes in the upper and low range that resembles books on a bookshelf looking like some kind of reflection.
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Volume 02  Issue 12  (2014)  Dec. 2014

Volume 02 Issue 12 (2014) Dec. 2014

Job satisfaction questionnaires were used to measure the seven demographic components (Age, Sex, Caste, Religion, Education, Qualification, Economic status) comprised of 29 questi[r]

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