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Logistics of Material Flow in Manufacturing Company
Šromová, Lenka ; Bičanová, Lenka (referee) ; Juřica, Pavel (advisor)
The bachelor thesis focuses on the description and analysis of the production and logistics system in a company PEVEKO, spol. s r.o. At first it explains the general concepts of the issue of logistics and improvement of processes, the next part it analyzes the actual situation in the company´s production. The final part contains the suggestions that could advance material flow and reduce the waste caused by redundant material or employee transfer.
Role of Conscience in the Post Abortion Syndrome
The diploma thesis deals with the connection between human conscience and the Post Abortion Syndrome that is described in selected sources. The aim is an analysis of the role of the conscience in Post Abortive Syndrome. The thesis is divided into four chapters. The first chapter deals with the concept of conscience and its value in our lives as well as the question of when and how our conscience affects our behaviour. The next text focuses on the connection of our conscience and actions as well as our decision making. This connection is described from philosophical, theological and psychological points of view. The second chapter focuses on abortion and the difference between miscarriage and abortion. Furthermore, the reasons for undergoing abortion, methods of abortion, and possible consequences are described. The third chapter deals with the Post Abortion Syndrome, its definition and symptoms, and information how to help affected women. In the last chapter are summarized the information and is presented the connection between conscience and Post Abortive Syndrome. The information from primary and secondary sources is supplemented with interviews with professional who come in touch with women affected by the Post Abortive Syndrome. These interviews are very valuable for deeper insight.
The Use of the Lean Production in the Selected Company
The tendency of this bachelor thesis is to assess the use of lean production in the selected company. The first part of the thesis is literary review and focuses on the characteristics of lean production, its origin, history, principals and methods. The thesis formed in collaboration with company called Fronius Czech Republic, s. r. o., headquartered in Český Krumlov. The practical part, my own work, consists of characteristics of the selected company, its history, its structure and its production. There is also described, what methods and principals of lean manufacturing Fronius applies and what benefits these methods brought to the company.
Selected deficits in intergenerational social workers interaction with clients in different age categories.
Abstract This thesis dealt with selected deficits of intergenerational interaction between social workers and drug addicted clients in various age categories. In the intergenerational interaction there appear deficits which give rise to intergenerational conflicts. These deficits may be different stereotypes, preconceived opinions, values of different generations and more (30). The aim of this thesis was to describe the intergenerational differences in supporting clients with drug addiction and a social worker, who has a specific capture of clients' experience. The theoretical part was focused on the description of the term social work, its objectives and mission. It further included a description of the social worker, his skills, communication skills, values and typology of different approaches, explaining the concept generation, interaction, intergenerational conflicts and their causes and symptoms. In my work I used the method of qualitative research. Furthermore I used the method of questioning, which included semi-structured interviews. I have carried out the research in the psychiatric hospital Červený Dvůr with six respondents. The surveyed sample was controlled, which means the selection criteria were known in advance and therefore independent of the results (23). The research group consisted of six alcohol addicted patients, three of them cooperated with a social worker of the same generation, and three of them worked with a social worker of the older generation. The results were evaluated using the method of open coding. It revealed from my research that the intergenerational interaction deficits occur in the social work with drug addicts. There were some discrepancies that were not only intergenerational in nature, but have a different origin. Some respondents agreed that they cooperate better with the same generation, while others said they prefer to work with someone older and more experienced. One respondent on the other hand expressed his mistrust in the young generation and wanted to work with an older social worker only, in whom he had much more confidence. For some respondents a significant role played characteristics, personal traits and the overall attitude of the social worker. It was important for them that the social worker was nice, understood them, was trying to help them, treated them according to their needs and showed them the respect and esteem. In some cases it could play an important role that the client dealt with the same sex and therefore he better understood the person. For another person it could be better to talk with someone of the opposite sex, with whom he dealt much better, because in his life he is more surrounded by people of the opposite sex and he understands them better. The results showed that all these features play a key role in the cooperation of a social worker and a drug addict client. For more effective cooperation between social workers and drug alcohol addicted clients I would recommend that the social workers care more about their clients and their needs. They can ask the clients for example with which age group they would prefer to deal, with whom they would work better and by whom they would rather welcome the help. I would recommend this research as a study material for the improvement of the social work with drug addicted clients.

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