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Transcript: - Employee pension payment (TyEL 18,25%) = 419,75 € - Unemployment insurance (Työttömyysvakuutus) = 18,40 € - Accident insurance (Tapaturma- ja ryhmähenkivakuutus (2 %) = 46 € - Social security contribution (Sosiaaliturvamaksu)=46,92 € - Bonus holiday pay (Loma-ajan palkka ja lomaraha (with other expenses) if there is 30 days of holiday) = 475,59 € - If there is 10 days of sick leave (sairasloma) and midweek holiday (arkipyhä) it means those cost about 120€ /month Time management Organize your time and space Eliminate everything unnecessary Put it in writing Writing down your plan of action for the day; goals and details of them Pros: Schedule control Training Cons: Creating working environment Taxes Other benefits offered to employees. THANK YOU FOR LISTENING Marketing focus Jabadabaduu ( 1046 000€ ) 2012 Staart ( 788 000 €) 2012 Example of recruiting calculation Lead-generating website: Provide useful information Introduce new products Building loyalty: Relationships, reliability, etc Listen customers and be coherent: Everything you publish Marketing tools Tips and tricks for small business hiring Employee Example of recruiting calculation Contact with the owner Have a meeting Legal Help They just don't fit in? Working your network 5 considerations: desired skills, relevant experience, competitive drive, persistence, test performance Cash Customer Talent and experts New markets Product development TEAM ROYAL Biggest agencies in the area Recruiting on a budget Time management Time management Time management Merger with Idearäätäli OY Jenny Joonatan Kaarel Linh Pauliina Time management Indirect marketing Think small Emphasize whom you serve and the quality of your work Communicate the advantages of small business cultures Provide flexibility Framill Pros: No employment traditional benefits Using their own equipment Taxes and any other payment Flexibility of contract termination Cons: Free to set their own business rules The risk of having the project cancelled midstream Crisis management: Fires Injuries Missed deadlines Using time management tools: Launchy Autohotkey/Memokeys Quicksilver Google Drive/Calendar Hyperwords Now do this - etc Recruiting on a budget Recruiting calculation overview Marketing Time management Partnership Security New Challenges No hiring Customers get better service More customers Bigger market share Double turnover etc. Don’t multi-task: Focusing on one thing at a time Delegating Find out where you’re wasting time: Time-bandits Spending too much time on emails/personal calls Employee vs. Independent contractor Turnover Located in Pori References Services Recruiting on a budget Vida desing OY ( 191 000 €) 2012 BM&M Oy OY Björneborg Musik & media Ab ( 582 000 € )2012 Idearäätäli Oy ( 89 000 €) 2012 How to make Framill stand out to candidates Small size Advertising agencies Marketing An employee who gets 2300€ per month (before taxes). The employees’ contribution costs to the employer is 3426,66€ Channels: Social media (Twitter, Facebook) Meaningful posts Interesting news Blogging: Vlog diary Once or twice in month How to merger? Introduction Avoid hard-selling Inexpensive Customer’s comfort zone Fits better Framill policy Consultant, freelancers? Senior, retired people or youngsters? Outsourcing Be clear in mind why you need that new employee, how much you are willing to pay Merger or acquisition Prioritize: what are your goals? concentrate on the most important focus on the right market Set step-by-step goals: break larger goals into smaller steps set short-term & long-term goals Example of recruiting calculation Idearäätäli Oy Partnership Independent contractor


Transcript: - HOUSE OF COMMONS & SENATOR’S The house of commons is the lower house of parliament, they are an elected body by citizens for 5 years also known as members of parliament or MPs. Royal’s parliamentary system is open and democratic. We offer the people an opportunity to give us their input and we are designed to make sure proposals for laws are carefully considered. One of the parliaments job is debating and passing laws. However, new laws can originate from an MP. Senator’s are members of the senate, and a senate is the upper house or parliament. The senators are elected by the president from university professors and judges and are approved by the house of commons for 5 years. The senate job is to debate and approve the laws that are passed from the house of commons before it gets approval from the president. BY: MINA, NEKETA, COLEEN, CHAMAR, IVERSON, PETAR ROYALS . -MINA -CHAMAR GOVERNMENT -PETAR HOLIDAYS -Your barber is fat day (September 18th) -Christmas (December 25th) -New years (January 1st) -Valentines (February 14th) -St.Patricks day (March 17th) -Labour day (September 1st) -Halloween (October 30th) -Basketball day (November 7th) -Royal's day (September 22nd) -Family day (February 10th) -Thanksgiving (October 13th) -Remembrance day (November 11th) -Boxing day (December 18th) -MINISTRIES Agriculture, Food Affairs Community Safety and Correctional Services Economic Development, Employment and Infrastructure Education Energy Environment and Climate Change Finance Health and Long-Term Care Foreign affairs Internal affairs Labour Natural Resources and Forestry Tourism, Culture and Sport Training, Colleges and Universities Transportation RIGHTS & LAWS FREEDOM & HUMAN RIGHTS ARMY - COLLEEN Rights: everyone has the right to choose their religion. Has the right to express their thought/opinion without being offensive, racist, sexist est. every one has the right to enter, remain in and leave the country, jobs should be open to everyone over 13, everyone has the right to feel equal, everyone has the right to live and have personal security Laws: in order to vote in an election, must be over 18 and a citizen, all children aged 6 to 16 must receive some form of education, abuse toward any person man woman child and animal is against the law Consequences if you broke a law: if you do not obey the law and the government finds you guilty, there will be consequences. For minor offenses such as Theft and dangerous driving, you may have to pay fines, do community services and spend a short time in prison. If it were a major offense such as hurting someone or robbing, you may go to prison for a longer time. For killing someone you may go to prison for life Reasons why we have laws: The law affects nearly every aspect of our lives every day. On the one hand, we have laws to deal with crimes such as robbery or murder and other threats and challenges to society. On the other hand, laws regulate common activities such as driving a car, renting an apartment, getting a job or getting married. -DEMOCRACY We have a democracy which is a system of government by the whole population or all the eligible members of a state so Royal’s citizens get to elect the members of parliament. -NEKETA Our Country has a population of 15 million. Royal is a small country in Europe, it is an island, and it is above the UK and under Iceland. It is a beautiful country with amazing cities and beautiful nature. It has 3 states named after the founders, one of them is called Minketa an other one is called Chamter and the last one is called Collson. -CABINET The cabinet is a body of ministers appointed by the president to head the executive departments of the government and to act as official advisers. They also run the country freedom list -people have the right to express themselves without hurting others or themselves -people have freedom of information -people have the freedom to have an education -people have the freedom to express their mind (but no assault) -people have the freedom to leave any country including his/her own and return to his/her country -people have the freedom to wear what they like -people have the freedom to adopt -people have the freedom for an abortion -people have the freedom to buy stuff example clothes houses cars etc. -people have the freedom to go places example restaurants malls etc. -people have the freedom to get married and have kids (they can also have the freedom to a divorce) -people have the freedom to get a job -people have the freedom to be who they want to be -people have the freedom to go to university and college we have the freedom to a lot but we have to be cautious of others and obey the laws human rights -all human beings are born free and are equal in dignity and rights -everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedom set forth in this declareration without distinction of any kind such as race color language religion political or other opinion national or social origin property birth or other


Transcript: By having all the equipment located inside the shutter box, Thornton Pickard was eliminating the need to unnecessarily open the box and risk exposing the photographic plate. The challenge of having mechanical moving parts inside a closed box whose function could be controlled from outside the box would prove even more of a challenge with film cameras. The journal was originally founded as The Optical Magic Lantern Journal in 1889 but changed its name to The Optical Lantern and Cinematograph Journal in 1904 as people became more interested in film. Understandably, many lanternists were among the first to transition into cinematography. The Photography Dealer and D.&P.. Trade Review also had high praise for R.W. Thomas & Co.'s "colour-toning solutions." (See below) Although color photography had been around since the 1840s, it had by the time of the publication of this journal only just begun to be commercially viable and the color processes were cumbersome. As a result, it was still more practicable and economical for photographers and lanternists to take black and white photos and then hand colorize them. In 1790, Josef Hardtmuth founded a pencil making company in Vienna. Although it is now based in Czechoslovakia, the business is still going strong. The use of pencils to retouch images reveals the current state of optical lantern technology and the diverse readership of the journal which according to the journal's own introduction includes educators, entertainers and hobbyists. Thornton-Pickard was a British camera manufacturer and one of the leading firms of its day. Founded in Manchester, its factory was located in Broadheath. By 1904, Pickard was dead and Thornton had left the company leaving the firm more or less in the hands of Pickard's family. By contrast, the Joly Screen process was much cheaper and took photos with a single photographic plate that had finely etched lines of different colors on it. As you can see, the quality was quite poor and it is therefore understandable why black and white photography persisted for so long. Kromskop invented by Frederick Eugene Ives involved using the standard three-color process of James Clerk Maxwell. The Kromskop was quite expensive though and time-consuming. In addition, it required a special viewing apparatus to view the images. However, in addition to taking photographs in color, it took them stereoscopically allowing viewers to see the image in 3D with startling results. To the right, you can see the three separate color images. Below, you can see a color, stereoscopic image of San Francisco after the 1906 earthquake taken with the Kromskop method by Frederick Eugene Ives himself. These photos were only rediscovered in 2011. Pyro developers (pyrogallol and pyrocatechin) were the most popular developers of the 19th Century and so would have been widely available. Here, the journal is suggesting how to achieve a new result with a standard tool. This early version of an equipment review gives a sense of the state of technology at the beginning of the 20th Century. The equipment featured here is overwhelmingly focused on the photographer and lanternist reflecting the relative scarcity of film-making technology at the time. Thornton Pickard's greatest success came in 1892 when it patented the Time and Instantaneous Shutter. Limiting the exposure time of a piece of film proved to be a significant technical challenge. At the time, the most sophisticated technology was the roller-blind shutter which involved a blind with a hole cut into it. Just like blinds over a window, the blind would be wound up tight and then released. This would cause the hole in the blind to momentarily pass before the aperture exposing the film to light. Thornton Pickard's Time and Instantaneous Shutter introduced two speeds of exposure. By winding the spring on the roller blind, it would pass by the aperture more quickly. However, this quick speed, high strain setting meant that the blind was easily damaged. Today, while many of these cameras survive, the blinds are all worn out. Interestingly, the Royal could either be sold as a complete unit or retrofitted to an existing camera. This modularization fostered competition between manufacturers. A complete unit can be seen below with the shutter box in the foreground and its box in the background. The optical lantern (or magic lantern) was the precursor of the modern slide projector. Invented in 1659 by Christiaan Huygens, it originally displayed handpainted slides but shortly after the invention of photography was used to project photographs. Today, retouching and photoshopping is primarily designed to correct the excessive accuracy of photography. Apart from red eye, we are most likely to photoshop a photo to make ourselves skinnier than we are (or could be) in life. In contrast, film-based photography was often characterized by a need to go in and manually correct for spots created by dust on the print or blemishes in the emulsion.

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