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Another potential term paper topic in a human resources management degree program is a look at companies' compensation and benefits packages. For example, you could write about the effects of minimum wage increases on businesses' ability to hire more employees. The paper could explore various compensation methods as well as systems for paying for performance. In addition, your paper could discuss the proper execution of mandated benefit programs including unemployment compensation, Social Security and worker compensation, as well as the advantages of voluntary benefit programs such as health benefits, retirement benefits, life insurance, time off and stock options.
According to anthropologists John Monaghan and Peter Just, "Many of the great world religions appear to have begun as revitalization movements of some sort, as the vision of a charismatic prophet fires the imaginations of people seeking a more comprehensive answer to their problems than they feel is provided by everyday beliefs. Charismatic individuals have emerged at many times and places in the world. It seems that the key to long-term success – and many movements come and go with little long-term effect – has relatively little to do with the prophets, who appear with surprising regularity, but more to do with the development of a group of supporters who are able to institutionalize the movement."