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Increasing pension participation rates through automatic enrolment: a critique of firm size
This paper focuses on the question: “Will automatic enrolment (AE) legislation impact on the participation rates for small firms?” We develop a model to explain why large organisations are more likely to offer pensions ...
The effect of external contextual factors on the choice and usage of methods in Web development projects
The decision of which Web development method to choose, and how that method is enacted for a particular project, is subject to the influence of a number of factors. This paper looks specifically at ...
An Investigation of Factors Affecting Satisfactory Student Learning via On-Line Discussion Boards
This paper explores the factors which affect students¿ learning using on-line discussion boards. Following prior research into the use and acceptance of information technology in general, and of educational ...
Assessing the pay communication, knowledge and satisfaction of exempt employees at Medtronic Vascular
(NUI Galway, 2009-04-01)
Medtronic Vascular is a US-based multinational that develops technologies to provide lifelong solutions for people with chronic diseases. Over 2,000 people are employed in Ireland with most of the company’s employees ...
Web Reservation International
The case describes the market growth of Web Reservation International an Irish SME company, which is a market leader in the Budget, Independent and Youth Travel (BIYT) market through its online reservation system. The ...
The identification of decision constructs in online transactional processes
From prior research, the authors found that certain design features amongst some online retailers were atypical of ‘good’ design elsewhere. It was apparent the transactional process was being used to present consumers with ...
A study of first click behaviour and user interaction on the Google SERP
Firms use Search Engine Marketing (SEM) to drive users to their Website. Some are prepared to pay for placement; others use Search Engine Optimization (SEO) hoping their result percolates up the organic SERP. Despite ...
Confirming a taxonomy of decision constructs in business-to-consumer commercial transactions
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Web-based information systems - innovation or re-spun Emperor's clothing
The challenge of developing new systems with Web technologies has led many to take for granted that such Web-based Information Systems (IS) are by their nature, and in their essence, fundamentally innovative and different ...
Perceptions of low cost carriers compliance with EU legislation on optional extras
Low-cost carriers (LCCs) market their flights as low cost and, so, aim to garner as much additional revenue as possible from ancillary services such as baggage and priority boarding. The airlines therefore encourage purchase ...