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Reflective Statement

| February 8, 2017

Introduction This project involved creating a strategic report covering all aspects of the operation of the Walt Disney Group. The report entailed drawing on a relatively broad analysis of the workings of the Walt Disney Group, with each member of the team contributing certain parts of the report, before then coming together to undertake an […]

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How equal opportunities and managing diversity impact on organisations and their HRM practices

| February 7, 2017

Abstract Diversity in organizations has been increasing, especially in the past decade. This has brought about the need for managers in organizations to ensure that they implement effective policies that will not only reduce discrimination but also increase the productivity of their diverse workforces.

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Study Tour Report to Germany on the Theme Industrial Relations, Labour Productivity and National Development

| February 6, 2017

Historical and theoretical perspectives on industrial relations, labour productivity and national development Industrial relations grew out of the need for workers to join forces and present their grievances to the employers as a unified force.

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Walmart’s Key HR Functions Underperforming

| February 6, 2017

Introduction The success of any organization depends on its strategic asset, the human capital. As pointed out by Lawler (1996), organization’s competitive advantage comes from its human capital.

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Human Resources: Global Mobility

| January 21, 2017

Introduction, Background and Key Problems Identified In an increasingly international world, the need for the workforce to become more mobile, both physically and mentally, with the willingness to travel internationally as well as being prepared to converse and work in multinational environments has become paramount.

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The Impact of Workforce Diversity on Employee Engagement: The Case of Company X

| January 20, 2017

A Brief Synopsis The focus of this research is to determine the impact of workforce diversity on employee engagement, with particular emphasis on Company X.

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Managing Human Resources in Health and Social Care

| January 20, 2017

1. Introduction Human Resource Management (HRM) is the function within an organisation that focuses on the recruitment of, management and providing direction for the people who work in the organisation.

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Management proposal

| January 19, 2017

Abstract The present paper is based on a case study of Top Travel. Inconsistent manager practices in selecting travel clerks and trainees are described. Furthermore, the paper includes a section in which a relevant strategy to improve the selection process is recommended.

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To what extent do different approaches to change management facilitate or hinder organisational unification when companies acquire assets?

| January 18, 2017

Abstract This paper describes three major approaches to change management, such as Kotter’s eight-step mode, Bridge’s transition model and Prosci’s ADKAR model.

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Change is a consistent issue for the modern organisation. Discuss the various ways in which the employee may offer effective resistance to this change.

| January 18, 2017

Abstract Modern organisations are consistently prone to organisational change. Change reflects business growth and represents the needs of society. Hence, businesses often make changes in accordance with societal needs by focusing on the customer and marketing as opposed to focusing purely on production (The Times, 2012: 1).

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HR Dissertation – Iconicity and hubris

| January 16, 2017

Abstract This paper outlines the importance of iconicity and hubris in the context of modern architecture. Significant applications of the phenomenon identified as Starchitects and their contribution to developing a new mode of architecture are presented in this study.

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Essay Writing Help -Tourist Destinations

| January 16, 2017

Abstract The first section of the paper discusses the physical, cultural and social features that distinguish tourist destinations. The second part distinguishes between two developing and developed tourist destinations.

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Defining the Advantages and Disadvantages Cultural Similarities in the Context of the Recruitment Process

| January 16, 2017

Introduction Historically, much debate exists surrounding the cultural role and its place within the labour market system. Research examining the labour market has posed that culture is peripheral within occupational sorting with regard to status attainment (Blau & Duncan, 1967; Tilly & Tilly, 1998).

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Discuss the Major Issues Associated With Expatriate Failure and Assess Some Strategies HR Can Formulate and Implement In Order To Increase the Rate of Successful Assignments

| January 14, 2017

Introduction The importance of the management of expatriate’s has grown as the number of multinational companies has increased significantly over the last few decades, therefore increasing the need to be aware of potential problems which could cause high failure rates in expatriate assignments (Anderson,2005).

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The Long Term Impact of Staff Reduction on Surviving Staff: Starbucks Experience

| January 13, 2017

Research Aims Staff reductions are often required as part of the restructuring of an organisation, or as a response to economic conditions.

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A Critical Reflection of My Own Experience of Leadership

| January 13, 2017

Introduction This critical reflection is focused on my own experience of leadership whereby I suggest areas for my own development. I am also using herewith leadership theory and concepts in analysing and evaluating the leadership case that I am presenting.

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Case Study Evaluation and Analysis using Leadership Theories and Concepts

Case Study Evaluation and Analysis using Leadership Theories and Concepts

| January 10, 2017

Introduction Leadership is one of the most important factors that determine the overall performance of an organisation (Lussier & Achua, 2012). As argued by Hogg,Van Knippenberg and Rast (2012), how leaders in organisation’s delegated duties, make decisions and interact with other members either positively or negatively affects employee output and thus influences the attainment of […]

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Critically Discuss How Identity Is Successfully Used As A Form Of Organizational Control

| January 10, 2017

Introduction The aim of this essay is to develop an understanding of identity and critically analyze how identity can be successfully used in an organizational control. It will provide a critique of dominant perspectives and frameworks in organizational identity that are obtained by studies in various academic materials, by referring to theories and research in […]

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Cross-Cultural Determinants of Employee Motivation in Starbucks Company

| December 23, 2016

Introduction Starbucks has served as a milestone in the coffee industry and is a massive organization in terms of people employed and stores owned. At the current time it has revenue of $10.7 billion and owns 16,850 shops in 40 countries.

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Evaluation of Leadership Development Plan of Maersk Oil in Qatar

| December 21, 2016

1.0 Introduction One of the biggest challenges of the modern business era is the retention of a talented and skilled workforce for business organizations, and the development of future leaders within a company.

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