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Development of a Curriculum to Enhance the Characteristics of the Future Teaching Professions of Undergraduate Students in Thailand

National Economic and Social Development Board. (2015). Direction of the twelfth national economic and social development plan. Bangkok: Office of the Prime Minister Okeke, C. I. O. & Drake, M.L. (2014). Teacher as Role Model: The South African Position on the Character of the Teacher. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 5(20), 1728-1737. Retrieved from https://tinyurl.com/ycz7ugp7 Pornsima, D. (2008). 31 December. The direction in developing teaching profession. Matichon. pp. 23. Prasantree, T. (2012). Teacher

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The Educational Role of the Accountants Association in Poland (AAP) After the Deregulating of the Profession

Bibliography Act of 29 September 1994 on Accounting, consolidated text DzU [Journal of Laws] of 2013, No. 153, item. 330, as amended Act of 9 May 2014 on Facilitating Access to Certain Regulated Professions, DzU [Journal of Laws] item 768. Buczkowska A., Zbaraszewska A., 2011, Certyfikacja zawodu księgowego w Polsce , Zeszyty Naukowe Uniwersytetu Szczecińskiego nr 625, Finanse, Rynki Finansowe, Ubezpieczenia, nr 32. Consultation Paper, Meeting Future Expectations of Professional Competence A Consultation on the IAESB’s Future Strategy

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Do Polish Accountants Enjoy their Job? Results of a Nationwide Survey “Accountants’ Self-Portrait”

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The aim of the paper is to examine whether their profession is a source of satisfaction for Polish accountants. The study used the results of a nationwide survey by the accountants association in Poland “2017 accountants’ portrait”. As it results from more than 2,500 responses by accountants, over three quarters of respondents assess their own job satisfaction highly. The image of an accountant satisfied with their job does not match the stereotypical perception of this profession. The respondents’ answers indicate that the level of satisfaction is related to the position held and the remuneration received. The perception of accountants as “generators of additional costs” or “business impediments” is also significant, which can lower satisfaction with working in accounting. The paper employs methods of a source analysis and a diagnostic survey. The data collected in the survey was analysed using simple statistical methods and was appropriately presented.

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Influence of Self-Regulatory Policy of Auditing Profession on Audit Expectation Gap: A Qualitative Methodological Approach

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Improving Graduates' Employability in It Field. The Case of Accounting and Information Systems Study Program

Economică, vol. 19, no. 3, 2015, pp. 5-17. 4. Fotache, D., Pavaloaia, V.D. (2015), “Enterprise Resource Planning’s Revolution for the “facelift” of Accounting Profession”, Audit financiar, Year XIII no.130 - 10/2015, pp.106-116. 5. Fotache D., Hurbean L. (2015), Teamwork culture in Iasi IT companies, Proceedings of the IE 2015 International Conference, București, May 2015 6. Glowalla P., Sunyaev A. (2014), “ERP system fit - an explorative task and data quality perspective”, Journal of Enterprise Information Management, Vol

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The New Approach to the Strategic Project Management in the Polish Public Administration

. Public Administration Review , Vol. 45, pp.3-7. [29] PMED, 2017. Project Process in the Ministry of Economic Development (Proces projektowy w Ministerstwie Rozwoju). Warsaw: Polish Ministry of Economic Development, February 2017. [30] PMI, 2013. PMI Annual Report 2013 . Newton Sqare: Project Management Institute. [31] PMI, 2014. Pulse of the Profession. The High Cost of Low Performance 2014. Newtown Square: Project Management Institute. [32] PWC, 2014. Capital Projects and Infrastructure Spending , Outlook to 2025 . https

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Analysis of ergonomic work equipment lowering the static load based on trend of development of work activities

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The issue of static load arises as a result of the optimization of activities and the natural development of industry towards digitization, implementation of technologies in the production process and elimination of manual work. Due to the inherent need to facilitate or completely replace manual work with machines, human activity focuses on the development, design, and management of these machines. This article presents the results of a survey of the representation of professions with the primary seated position in the selected industrial enterprise in comparison with the most frequently registered professions in specific sectors. Likewise, the authors also deal with the elimination of static loads arising from the performance of sedentary work through ergonomic chairs offered on the Slovak market. The paper presents the results of the market analysis focusing on the parameters of office chairs, which are marked as ergonomic or health. The findings of these surveys serve as one of the starting points for the design of a complex dynamic office workplace, which the authors deal with in research at the Department of Industrial Engineering at the University of Zilina.

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Development of green jobs in the res sector in the Visegrad Group countries

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The transformation process towards a low-emission, green economy implies an increase in the demand for new professions and competences. Quality changes of jobs under the influence of the idea of sustainable development are both an opportunity and a challenge for both countries and individual regions. Green jobs are created as a result of the development of eco-innovation, new environmentally friendly technologies. The development of green jobs is particularly noticeable in the renewable energy sector. The article presents the results of empirical research in the field of analyzing the number of green jobs in the renewable energy sector in the Visegrad Group. In order to identify and determine the nature and changes in the impact of individual factors on the development of green jobs, panel regression was used – a model with fixed effects. The dependent variable was the relative number of green jobs per million inhabitants in 2000-2016.

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Professional and Transversal Competencies in the Accounting Field: Do Employers’ Expectations Fit Students’ Perceptions? Evidence from Western Romania

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The changes that occur in the labour market due to the recent evolution registered in the field of accounting, led us to initiate a study in which we have as a purpose to analyse the perception that employers and students enrolled in the faculties for accounting from the Western part of our country have regarding the importance of the professional and transversal competencies when they get hired. The research tools used within this research are on the one side grounded on the quiz for data collection, and on the other side the ANOVA method for the analysis of the perception differences found in these two groups discussed upon. The results found in this work represent in the opinion of the authors an important reference mark for the university instruction of the young people who are about to enter the accounting profession, but also for the future employers who are about to interact with them.

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Perceived Usefulness of Open Source Information in the Arabic Language for an Organization: A Case Study

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