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Proposed reward system of employees in selected company
Kabourková, Lucie ; Wagner, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Petera, Petr (referee)
This thesis deals with proposed system of rewards in a specific company that will be used to increase employee motivation and subsequently their economical productivity. Multidisciplinary literary research from fields of productivity measurement, direction of human resources, psychology and positive economy, represents the theoretical level of this Thesis. Practical part then describes selected company, it introduces reader to specific department and explains jobs of employees, and later it proposes and discusses complex reward system. This particular system is designed based on literature and interviews with employees of individual departments. The Thesis analysis possibilities of salary division into fixed and variable parts, it deals with connection of variable parts to specific scales, outlines issues with bonuses as well as other non-financial motivations, such as teambuildings and promotions, that increase employee motivation.
The aplication of Benford's law in accounting and auditing
Kabourková, Lucie ; Procházka, David (advisor) ; Rada, Miroslav (referee)
This bachelor thesis focuses on the Benford's law, also called the First-Digit Law. The major objective of this study is to describe the application of the law customarily in accounting and auditing. It outlines possible complications in the practical application, but attempts to eliminate the aforementioned shortcomings. Selected financial statements served as subjects for the empirical part of the study. Financial statements are matched against the expected Benford's common distribution utilizing the Pearson's chi-squared test.

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