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La persona que se interesa por una oferta de trabajo o de prácticas inicia el proceso de selección cuando establece el primer contacto con su potencial empleador al remitir una carta de presentación y un currículo. Existen dos enfoques y objetivos al enviar una carta de presentación y un currículo: a) Como respuesta a una oferta. b) Presentar la propia candidatura para un futuro puesto o prácticas en aquellas empresas en las que pueda ser interesante trabajar. LA CARTA DE PRESENTACIÓN. Es una declaración de intenciones y una explicación cortés del motivo por el que la persona está interesada por el puesto o beca y por tanto remite un curriculum vitae postulándose como candidato. Es también una breve descripción de lo que el candidato podría aportar a la empresa u organización Toda carta de presentación debe incluir los siguientes contenidos: Motivo por el que envías la carta de presentación y el currículo. Resumen muy breve de tu currículo. El objetivo: entrar en un proceso de selección o mantener una entrevista. Una breve descripción de lo que podrías aportar a la empresa u organización como candidato. La carta es tu tarjeta de visita y te sirve para presentarte, para contar brevemente lo que sabes hacer y lo que deseas: tomar parte en las pruebas, la entrevista, etc. Piensa que es el primer contacto que vas a tener con el empleador, reflexiona sobre el formato, tipo de letra, estructuración del mensaje... Conviene que envíes una carta de presentación siempre que tengas que mandar tu currículo a una oferta de empleo. Sección de Empleo y Orientación profesional- Servicio Integrado de Empleo Edificio Nexus (6G), Camino de Vera s/n, 46022 Valencia T: 963 879 101 / 963 877 010 F: 963 877 889 e-mail: orientación@sie.upv.es www.sie.upv.es
Consumer Rights & Protec tions • Know your loan. A Payday Loan is a loan with a finance charge exceeding 36% and with a term that does not exceed 120 days. An Installment Payday Loan is similar to a Payday Loan but has a term of not less than 112 days and not more than 180 days. • You cannot be charged fees of more than $15.50 per $100 borrowed and you have the right to full disclosure in your contract of all fees and the annual percentage rate (APR). • The maximum amount you can borrow varies depending on your income, but in no event can your monthly payment on a Payday Loan or Installment Payday Loan exceed $1,000. • For Payday Loans you can request a repayment plan after 35 days of outstanding debt. Once in the repayment plan you cannot be charged interest, finances charges or fees of any kind. Installment Payday Loans are not eligible for a repayment plan. • A lender cannot charge you for attorney’s fees or court costs to collect the outstanding debt. • Members of the military have additional protections including: a ban on wage garnishment, deferral of collection activity for personnel deployed to a combat area, and a prohibition on contacting your commanding officer. • You can cancel a wage assignment at any time by contacting the lender. • For a complete copy of the law establishing Payday Loans or to file a complaint against a loan company, got to www.idfpr.com and click on “Other Financial Institutions.”
“Operation Dot Com” targets illegal drug sales on Craigslist: 21 arrested BRIDGET G. BRENNAN, New York City’s Special Narcotics Prosecutor, and RAYMOND W. KELLY, New York City Police Commissioner, announced today the indictment and arrests 21 defendants who made illegal sales of prescription drugs and illicit narcotics to undercover NYPD officers after posting advertisements on the website Craigslist. The arrests were the result of an 11-month investigation by the NYPD’s Manhattan South Narcotics, dubbed Operation Dot Com, which centered on independent drug sellers who connected with buyers through Craigslist. The majority of the defendants were arrested over the past month, with the final two arrests this morning. The earliest arrests took place in December 2011 and July 2012. During the investigation, undercover police officers made 63 drug purchases for over $29,400, including approximately $19,000 in pills and $10,400 in cocaine. The defendants sold more than 1,000 prescription pills, including as Roxicontin, Adderall, Ambien, Percocet, Vicodin, Xanax, Suboxone, Opana, Klonopin and Valium. The officers also purchased quantities of heroin and ecstasy. Sales took place in the vicinity of Union Square and Washington Square Park, on street corners and in meeting spots such as coffee shops, grocery stores and a book store, among other locations. Undercover officers also met sellers in Midtown Manhattan, near Penn Station and in the MetLife Building, and in SoHo, the West Village, the Lower East Side and the Upper East Side. The defendants range in age from 22 to 62 and represent a broad spectrum of occupations, from student, teacher’s aide and human resource professional to celebrity photographer and dot com entrepreneur. Some individuals have no identifiable source of legitimate income. Many of the Craigslist postings advertised “study aids” or “pain relief.” One ad stated, “Friendly Nyu student who can offer pain relief and anxiety relief. Easy, non-sketchy, straightforward meeting” and listed “perc roxy.” Another posting read, “Study longer and without anxiety! Be professional and not law enforcement.” Half of the defendants arrested in Operation Dot Com were selling either Adderall (prescribed for treating attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) or Xanax (used to treat anxiety disorders). Over the past five years, the number of Adderall and Xanax prescriptions filled by pharmacies in New York City has soared. Data from the New York State Health Department’s Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement shows the rate of Adderall prescriptions being filled in New York City more than doubled between 2007 and 2011, with nearly 300,000...
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On one of the first rainy days that drought-stricken California has had in months, San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee stood out of the rain in an unfinished retail space on the city’s gentrifying Market Street. Exposed pipes ran past naked plaster and cold concrete floors, but the drab backdrop had shining significance: above the retail space were nearly two dozen brand new, below-market rate apartments, the kind of housing the land-constrained, soaringly expensive city desperately needs—and that the mayor has vowed to provide. Housing in San Francisco has become the most costly in the nation, spurring an affordability crisis that has pushed protesters into the street and low-income earners out of their homes. It has also inspired a flurry of activity at City Hall, where politicians have been churning out proposals aimed at fixing housing problems and easing the city’s simmering class tensions.
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||MANUAL DO USUÁRIO PARA O SOFTWARE IOS 4.3 CONTEÚDO: || • Visão Geral do iPod touch • Botões • Aplicativos do iPod touch • Ícones de Estado • Como visualizar o Manual do Usuário do iPod touch • Requisitos • Como Configurar o iPod touch • Como desconectar o iPod touch de seu computador • Como Conectar-se à Internet • Como adicionar Mail, Contatos e Contas do Calendário • Como Utilizar os Apps • Como Personalizar a Tela de Início • Como Digitar • Impressão • Como fazer uma busca • Controle por Voz • Dispositivos Bluetooth • Bateria • Recursos de segurança • Como limpar o iPod touch • Como reiniciar ou redefinir o iPod touch • Sobre a Sincronização • Como Sincronizar Contas • Como Sincronizar com o iTunes • Painéis de ajuste do iPod touch no iTunes • Sincronização Automática do iTunes • Como Gerenciar o Conteúdo Manualmente • Como transferir o Conteúdo Comprado para Outro Computador • Compartilhamento de Arquivos • Como Obter Músicas, Vídeos e Muito Mais • Música e Outros Tipos de Áudio • Vídeos • Compartilhamento Familiar • Como Ajustar um Timer para o Repouso • Como Modificar os Botões de Navegação • Sobre o FaceTime • Como iniciar a sessão • Como realizar uma videoconferência do FaceTime • Enquanto você está falando • Sobre a Câmera • Como tirar fotos e gravar vídeos • Como visualizar e compartilhar fotos e vídeos • Como recortar vídeos • Para carregar fotos e vídeos em seu computador • Sobre as fotos • Como sincronizar fotos e vídeos com o seu computador • Como visualizar fotos e vídeos • Como apagar fotos e vídeos • Apresentação de Slides • Como visualizar fotos, vídeos e apresentações de slides em um televisor • Como compartilhar fotos e vídeos • Como imprimir fotos • Como Atribuir uma Foto a um Contato • Imagem de Fundo • Sobre o Game Center • Como configurar o Game Center • Jogos • Amigos • Seu estado e as informações da conta • Como Configurar Contas de E-mail • Como Verificar e Ler E-mails • Como Usar Links e Dados Detectados • Como Visualizar os Anexos • Para imprimir mensagens e anexos • Como Enviar um e-mail • Como Organizar os E-mails • Como Buscar E-mails • Como Visualizar Páginas Web • Como fazer uma busca • Como imprimir páginas web, PDFs e outros documentos • Como visualizar os vídeos da web em um televisor • Favoritos • Web Clips • Sobre o Calendário • Como Sincronizar Calendários • Como Visualizar seus Calendários • Como buscar nos calendários • Como Adicionar e Atualizar Eventos do iPod touch • Como Responder a Convites de Reuniões • Como Assinar Calendários • Como importar arquivos do Calendário a partir do Mail • Alertas • Como Buscar e Visualizar Vídeos • Como Controlar a Reprodução do Vídeo • Como assistir vídeos do YouTube em uma TV • Como gerenciar os vídeos • Como Obter Mais Informações • Como utilizar os recursos da conta do YouTube • Como Modificar os Botões de Navegação • Como Obter Itinerários • Como Mostrar as Condições de Tráfego • Como Buscar e Contatar Empresas • Como Compartilhar Informações de Localização • Como Guardar as Localizações nos Favoritos • Sobre as Notas • Para sincronizar as notas • Como Escrever e Ler Notas • Como buscar notas • Como Enviar Notas por E-Mail
BRAND PROMISE, REVISED GRAPHICS AND TAGLINE Target Audience: General visitors, defined as adult caregivers, who will bring children to the Museum two or more times per year. • General Visitors are the primary source of trial, earned income and memberships. • Other important audiences for the Museum include donors (and other adult stakeholders) and educators. Customer Insight: “I want to unlock my child’s potential at every stage of his/her learning.” Brand Essence: Playology, Greenhouse, Fun • Playology: This concept links two key elements of the Museum—play and learning. In other words, the science of play. The dictionary defines play as “to occupy oneself in amusement, sport or other recreation.” Ology is science, theory or study of a specific topic. In our case “ology” refers to the science, theory or knowledge of play. Playology is what we are. It is embodied in our playologists, the people who bring play and learning to our customers. • Greenhouse: This concept speaks both to a place and to childhood development. The Museum is a place for children to grow, an out-of-home (and out-of-school) place to be nurtured. Greenhouse is about the Museum’s contribution to the development and growth of children. • Fun: This is what the Museum is, at least for the kids. Why would kids want to come to a place that is not fun? The Museum is a place with activities, events, and exhibits that are fun. Of course, kids can have fun in so many places, and the Museum is a place where fun and learning happen side by side. Key Competitors: • Science Museum of Minnesota: Actively discover the world of science around you. • Minnesota Zoo: Connects you to animals and the natural world. • Nickelodeon Universe at MOA: Provides a world of fun for the entire family.
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In the Prologue, we established the business context within which management accounting operates. We discussed topics such as strategy, Lean Production, and corporate governance that influence how managers perform their jobs. In addition, we introduced Good Vibrations, an international retailer of music CDs, and learned about its organizational structure. After describing the three major activities of managers in the context of Good Vibrations, this chapter compares and contrasts financial and managerial accounting. We define many of the terms that are used to classify costs in business. Because these terms will be used throughout the text, you should be sure that you are familiar with each of them. Chapters 2, 3, and 4 describe costing systems that are used to compute product costs. Chapter 2 describes job-order costing. Chapter 3 describes activity-based costing, an elaboration of job-order costing. Chapter 4 covers process costing. After studying Chapter 1, you should be able to: LO1 Identify the major differences and similarities between financial and managerial accounting. LO2 Identify and give examples of each of the three basic manufacturing cost categories. LO3 Distinguish between product costs and period costs and give examples of each. LO4 Prepare an income statement including calculation of the cost of goods sold. LO5 Prepare a schedule of cost of goods manufactured. ...