NOLEGEIN-Journal of Corporate & Business Laws <p><strong>NOLEGEIN-Journal of Corporate &amp; Business Laws </strong>is a peer reviewed journal and provides a platform to discuss new issues in the area of Business globalization and information technology. The journal also seeks to advance the quality of research by publishing papers introducing or elaborating on Digital Markets and Informational support . It's a biannual journal, started in 2018.</p> en-US [email protected] (Journal Manager) [email protected] (Admin) Tue, 27 Feb 2024 11:48:46 +0000 OJS 60 No More Wasting Money on Ad Spends Build Your Brand Bigger <p><em>We hate to see how much money is wasted on business today. Especially when we are a small business, we make more money than we spend, which is so sad! As an entrepreneur, we need to know how much we want to invest in our business and the quality. But we know how painful it is to spend a lot of money from our business and get nothing in return. This article wants us all to know that we are not just one of the big names. Therefore, since our business is small, we cannot ensure that their budget is not limited. You should know that these big names also start small, and they do not have large working capital, so they can start small. We're surprised when we see how much money small businesses spend on digital marketing. It is huge! </em><em>Due to their ignorance of the ins and outs of marketing, small business owners waste a great deal of money on marketing (particularly digital marketing). The world of digital marketing is intricate. The truth is that we can achieve our goals without going over budget. Understanding digital marketing allows us to achieve three times the results for half the cost</em><em>. This article lists five mistakes most small businesses make that we hope will help you avoid them. This article tells us not to spend money on advertising, but to create a greater image (Branding</em>).</p> Ganesh Radhakrishnan Copyright (c) 2024 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Corporate & Business Laws Thu, 28 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0000 An Analysis Study of Inflation Accounting <p><em>A unique method called an inflation account is used to account for how the cost of goods in different parts of the world can change and affect the numbers that multinational corporations report. A more accurate view of a company's financial status in an inflationary climate is provided by price index adjustments made to financial statements rather than only using cost accounting. Another name for this approach is price-level accounting.</em> <em>Navigating different economic environments presents a lot of hurdles for global firms, especially when it comes to accounting procedures and financial reporting. An inflation account is a unique technique that appears as a tactical tool to solve the complexity arising from varying costs across diverse locations.</em> <em>Inflation accounting integrates price index adjustments into financial statements, providing a more accurate and nuanced representation of a company's financial health in inflationary environments than traditional cost accounting methodologies, which may ignore the subtle impact of inflation on financial figures. This method, also known as price-level accounting, recognizes the fluid character of international marketplaces, in which prices and the buying power of different currencies can fluctuate dramatically over time and across borders. Multinational firms can reduce distortions in reported earnings and asset valuations by implementing adjustments based on current pricing indexes, giving stakeholders a better idea of the company's actual economic performance and position. To put it simply, inflation accounting is an essential tool for improving the dependability and integrity of financial reporting.</em></p> Priya Jagad Copyright (c) 2024 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Corporate & Business Laws Fri, 15 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0000 An Analytical Study of Dividend Policy on Alkem Laboratories limited <p><em>A dividend is the percentage of a company's net earnings that are given to each shareholder as a return on their investment in the business. A company's dividend policy outlines how it will distribute dividends. A dividend policy outlines the process by which a business will distribute dividends to its owners. The payout details in this structure include the frequency, timing, and amount of distribution. In this study researcher analyze the relationship between different policies of dividend like Walter Model, Gordon Model with Book Value of Alkem Laboratories Limited Within the framework of this study, a comprehensive examination is conducted to investigate the complex correlation between various dividend policies and Alkem Laboratories Limited's book value. In particular, the research examines well-known models like the Gordon and Walter models in an effort to decipher the complex relationships that exist between these dividend policies and the company's book value. The relationship between a company's dividend policy and internal rate of return (IRR) is highlighted by the Walter Model, a traditional dividend policy framework. The goal of the research is to determine how Alkem Laboratories Limited's dividend decisions are consistent with its internal financial dynamics by examining the consequences of this model in the company's setting. Concurrently, the dividend discount model-based Gordon Model</em></p> Gopal D. Dodiya Copyright (c) 2024 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Corporate & Business Laws Mon, 05 Feb 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Workplace Hazards and Safety: A Study with Reference to Employees Of Madhya Pradesh Power Distribution Company <p><em>Hazards at workplace are not very uncommon, especially in the industries involving high industrial works. Various industries have tried their best to minimize the hazards and ensure workplace safety for their employees and increase productivity. But despite all the precautions and safety measures taken, there are always risk associated with industrial jobs. The prevention of the hazards at workplace is the prime responsibility of the organization but apart from this it is also the responsibility of the individual employees to keep themselves safe in an environment of uncertain accidents. The present paper has analysed those parameters which are required to be followed by an individual employee when they are working in an industry or some manufacturing unit involving high hazards risks. There are numerous parameters which are required for employee’s safety but the present paper has only selected those which are crucial to for major hazards prevention, like awareness related to safety of plugs, wiring and switches, availability of necessary protection equipment, safe ladders, hazard awareness, safety awareness related to power distribution boards, safety of personal protection equipment, like gloves, suit, helmet, electricity fighting equipment, toolboxes, etc. For studying the Hazards at workplace, this paper has collected responses from 102 employees of the organization and then their responses were recorded pertaining to various issues. The data has been put to required analysis and necessary conclusion is drawn. This data is collected manually from the respondents with the help of sixteen question questionnaire. </em></p> Ashwin Gedam, Pragati Shukla Copyright (c) 2024 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Corporate & Business Laws Wed, 20 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0000 A Study on Investors Behavior Pattern Towards Investment Decision with Special Reference to Saurashtra Region in Gujarat <p><em>The study's main focus is on how investors behave while making investment decisions, with a particular emphasis on Gujarat's Saurashtra area.</em><em> Investment is a part of savings Money. It plays important role in any nation. </em><em>It also contributes to the nation's economy's capital formation.</em><em> Investment behavior of an investor depend their earning capacity, awareness level, risk taking ability and saving habits. </em><em>Investment is an economic activity that generates the capital needed for different economic sectors.</em> <em>Therefore, everyone who makes a living should be encouraged to invest and save money.</em><em> The study’s main focuses on primary data which collected by well-structured questionnaire using convenient sampling method with sample size of (100) respondents in Saurashtra region in Gujarat. </em><em>Therefore, everyone who makes a living should be encouraged to invest and save money.</em> <em>According to the researcher's analysis, the majority of investors allocate their funds among several investment outlets. For example, a bank deposit, insurance, mutual funds, stocks, gold, real estate, and the post office. The results of the study show that most investors place their money in "safe" investments. Additionally, they favored "secure" investments.</em></p> Miss. Radhika S. Umaraniya, Dr. Chintan Vora Copyright (c) 2024 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Corporate & Business Laws Tue, 05 Mar 2024 00:00:00 +0000