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This research aims to discover how pictorial health warnings impact young female adults in comparison to currently used written health warning in Croatia. In order to assess the impact, research is using a small-scale quantitative research method, to be more precise a survey. Pictorial health... READ MORE
The cloud computing technology has made a tremendous impact on various types of business organizations by enabling fast, easy and cost effective use of information systems, and thus making it available to everyone. Respectively, the cloud computing would be most beneficial for small and medium... READ MORE
Website design is a crucial element to instantly evoke a customer's interest and communicate the desired message in the clutter of internet sites available. Various research to date indicates that design is most successful when it projects considerable social presence, social presence being the impression... READ MORE
This qualitative study explores the ways in which high school students in Croatia go through the process of making their college decision, and attempts to identify the key factors that influence their decision to choose a certain college. The study used focus group methodology... READ MORE
Young adults are facing though time adapting to their workplace environment. This results with reduced work performance. In order to find intrinsic motivation for their work, practicing spirituality is one of the possible solutions. The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between... READ MORE
While a capital of Croatia, with a population of over one million, offers a limited number of different gluten-free products, Zagreb’s bakeries do not offer gluten-free products at all. The purpose of this study was to identify the existence of a non-medically motivated demand for gluten-free... READ MORE
The goal of this study was to identify the factors that affect the levels of classroom participation among sophomore business students at RIT Croatia in Zagreb. While previous studies conducted were mainly quantitative in nature, this study involved in-depth interviews with ten students, gaining further... READ MORE
This paper explores parking policy as it relates to the creation of densely populated downtown city centers. The impacts of careful parking planning, correlated with other factors such as streetscape and building design, dictate how people move around their community. This topic... READ MORE
Generation Y is entering into workforce and one of their needs in workplace is work life balance (Schulte, 2015). If employers want to retain them, they need to recognize it (Ingham, 2015). Different studies show, that flexibility has strong correlation with work life balance... READ MORE
This research explores several elements of the Croatian crafting scene; individual motivations of crafters, how the community functions and common business practices. The study is qualitative and part phenomenological, part ethnographic in nature. The main goal was to collect information and data that can... READ MORE
The project aims to determine how mature, re-identified and transformed industries that have appeared again, consequently create new value proposition on the market rather than simply restore old market positions and offerings. This study examines the case of the Swiss watchmaking as an industry... READ MORE
The purpose of this study was to explore how service managers and their customers perceive the after-sale service quality provided by automobile service centers in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), with a goal to identify the existence of gaps, if any, between their perceptions... READ MORE