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(Jared Stallone) In any Manufacturin” rel=”nofollow”>ing company the main” rel=”nofollow”>in drivin” rel=”nofollow”>ing force behin” rel=”nofollow”>ind their productivity and profitability is their employees. Within” rel=”nofollow”>in the United States there are two main” rel=”nofollow”>in groups of workers within” rel=”nofollow”>in a Manufacturin” rel=”nofollow”>ing company. These two sets of workers are known as Blue-collar and White-collar Workers. Blue-collar workers tend to do the more labor in” rel=”nofollow”>intensive jobs while White-Collar workers normally conduct office type work. But, what happens when employee relations between the two groups are not the best and production begin” rel=”nofollow”>ins to suffer? This question that I have posed, has been seen time and time again” rel=”nofollow”>in within” rel=”nofollow”>in many manufacturin” rel=”nofollow”>ing companies not only within” rel=”nofollow”>in the United States but throughout the world. To solve this problem both groups will need to understand the importance of the others job and what they go through on a daily basis. White-Collar workers must understand that Blue-collar workers play a huge role in” rel=”nofollow”>in the manufacturin” rel=”nofollow”>ing in” rel=”nofollow”>industry and their work is tiresome. Blue-collar workers must understand that White-collar workers jobs are difficult and they must make decisions that will affect workers and the company as a whole. There has been many different methods set forth to solve this problem with varyin” rel=”nofollow”>ing degrees of success. If both groups worked together as a team and had a better understandin” rel=”nofollow”>ing of each other’s scope of duties then not only would employee relations become better but, a manufacturin” rel=”nofollow”>ing company’s productivity and profitability would in” rel=”nofollow”>increase. Misunderstandin” rel=”nofollow”>ing between white collar and blue collar workers within” rel=”nofollow”>in the work place hurts relations within” rel=”nofollow”>in the manufacturin” rel=”nofollow”>ing in” rel=”nofollow”>industry, if both sides worked together and had a better understandin” rel=”nofollow”>ing of each other’s scope of duties busin” rel=”nofollow”>iness production would be greater.

2nd Peer

(Anthony Castro) This research paper will address five foundations of the thesis to prove that there there can be a reconciliation between science and mysticism. These five foundations are Hin” rel=”nofollow”>induism and Quantum Physics, Jungian Psychology and Quantum Physics, the Transpersonal Psychology perspective on the topic, consciousness as it pertain” rel=”nofollow”>ins to science and mysticism, and Neurobiology and mysticism. Specifically the Vedanta aspect of Hin” rel=”nofollow”>induism holds parallels with Quantum Physics. Jung’s unseen realm of form as well as archetypes as waveforms is prevalent in” rel=”nofollow”>in Quantum physics. Some of the earliest pioneers in” rel=”nofollow”>in the modern era to touch on the reconciliation of science and Mysticism are the Transpersonal Psychologists who explore Psychology, a science, through spirituality, an aspect of mysticism. Consciousness, when explored through the lense of mysticism, offers a unique perspective on a mysterious subject of science. And fin” rel=”nofollow”>inally Neurobiology can address the mystical experience through what one of the sources for this paper calls “bioculture.” All this leads up to evidence that an in” rel=”nofollow”>inevitable paradigm shift is occurrin” rel=”nofollow”>ing wherein” rel=”nofollow”>in the fields of science and mysticism, once seen as to opposin” rel=”nofollow”>ing realms of thought, are reachin” rel=”nofollow”>ing a reconciliation. One just needs to do the research to see that this is evident. As science advances, particularly in” rel=”nofollow”>in the realm of quantum physics but just as steadily in” rel=”nofollow”>in others as well, it is evident that the ancien more radical thin” rel=”nofollow”>inkers of the more recent eras. had it right all along.

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