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The effect of performance management systems on employee engagement

| December 12, 2016

Introduction Background Prior research has established the positive effects of employee engagement in the workplace, not only for the organisation in its entirety but also for the wellbeing and productivity of individual employees (Kahn, 1990).

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The Impact Of Employee Involvement And Participation On Organization Performance

| November 25, 2016

Abstract The following research paper seeks to explore the correlation between employee involvement in decision-making processes within the organization and organization’s performance. The main focus remains to evaluate the existing academic literature to demonstrate evidence that employee involvement and participation initiatives produce tangible advantages for organizations.

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Strategic Human Resource Management (SHRM) Practices and the Performance of a Nigerian Small and Medium Size Enterprise (SME).

| November 25, 2016

Introduction The contribution of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to the economic growth and development has been enormous. This contribution is significant for both the developed and developing world. Many governments acknowledge the fact that SMEs play a significant role in the growth and development of their economies.

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Employees’ Perception of Selection Systems

| November 25, 2016

Introduction This paper summarises the views of two authors on how job applicants or potential employees perceive selection procedures.

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To what extent can an HR manager ensure that policy / policies regarding developing people for performance in an organisation are put into practice

| November 25, 2016

Introduction As it is a relatively new focus for modern organizations, human resources is increasingly viewed as paramount to a company’s success, as Cascio (1991) cited “people are our most valuable asset.” Long gone is the ideology of a company being represented by its assets and wealth, rather it is the personnel side of business […]

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Management Information Systems At Access Fulfillment Ltd

| November 24, 2016

Introduction In an organizational setting, the main application of information is in making sound decisions and finding the best remedies to a problem. These practices are closely related, and form foundations of all successful companies (Oz, 2008: p.8). In order to achieve this, most organizations have embraced different information systems.

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Factors affecting women working in the pharmaceutical sector in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Factors affecting women working in the pharmaceutical sector in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

| November 23, 2016

Introduction Thanks to its considerable oil resources, Saudi Arabia has evolved from a relatively poor country to become the world’s dominant oil producer and one of the wealthiest regions in the Middle East.

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Managerial and Personal Effectiveness in Human Resources Management

| November 21, 2016

Introduction My name is XYZ. I’m a business graduate and an entrepreneur by profession. I remember what it was like being a student. During my business graduate program that was spread across a span of 4 years from 2004 – 2008, I lead numerous teams and groups for our term projects.

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Case for locog workforce Diversity

| November 19, 2016

Introduction Diversity within the workforce is one among the significant objectives of LOCOG.  This broad objective of acknowledges differences among people in a number of ways with factors which include age, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, religion, disability, social status, personality, culture and ethnicity (Foot 2008).

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The changing role of Trade unions in the UK: Focus on Unite the Union

| November 19, 2016

Introduction Unite the Union, often referred to as Unite, is a British and Irish trade union with approximately 1.5 million members in diverse workplaces. Established in 2007 as a result of a merger between Amicus and Transport & General Workers Union (T&G), it was formed with the prospect of solving predicaments faced by employees in […]

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With particular regard to the Centered Leadership model developed by Joanna Barsch and her collaborators at McKinsey and Company, critically discuss the assertion that women in business require a different range of leadership skills from men

| November 18, 2016

ABSTRACT  This paper focuses on the claim that women require a different set of leadership skills to men if in the business world. In seeking to answer this question we explore a number of relevant academic theories and models. In particular, we consider the Centered Leadership Model developed by Joanna Barsch and colleagues at McKinsey […]

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Work Placement Reflective

| November 18, 2016

Introduction This is a sample of the reflective diary kept during my work placement with Viridian Housing. The experiences accounted in this sample reflect those used in support of my critical review. A reflective diary is a private record of experiences throughout work placement. It is very important to use this diary to report thoughts, […]

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To what extent do you agree that vocational education and training should be the responsibility of employer and employee, with the state’s role being limited to largely one of encouragement and facilitation? Discuss with reference to the different systems of vocational education and training and their implications for skill development.

| November 16, 2016

Introduction One can agree that vocational education and training should be the responsibility of the employer, however also that the state should play a proactive role in the facilitation of this VET to ensure that the right kind of training and labour market formation takes place. In the absence of standardized tertiary education for these […]

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Characteristics of global organisation and the specificity of motivating employees in a multinational company

| November 16, 2016

Introduction A Multinational Corporation (MNC in short) can normally be described as an organisation carrying out its business operations in more than one country (Porter, 1990). MNC alias transnational enterprise can be defined as “a firm which owns or controls income-generating assets in more than one country” (Frieden and Lake, 2000, p. 167).

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Proposal for redesigning the selection and assessment process for Graduate Recvruitment

| November 16, 2016

Introduction The selection procedure of HAL is arduous and outdated, specifically with regards to the initial application process which is poorly run through expensive advertising mechanisms. The initial application is done by way of an initial application form assessed by junior personnel, which may not represent the most effective means of screening initial phase applicants.

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Human Resource Analysis Of Air National

| November 16, 2016

Introduction Air National, Europe’s largest airline company, dominated other carriers in the 1980s onward onto the late 1990s aided by a highly regulated civil aviation market in which competition was managed through harmonious inter-airline, competitor, and government relationships, which enabled the domination of markets by national carriers including AN.

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A critical appraisal of the human rights and mental health legislation ,of children and young people, specifically those aged between 16 and 17 years, within the mental health system in the UK – compliance, breaches and remedy.

| November 15, 2016

Abstract This essay looks at whether people can be seen as a key source of sustained competitive advantage for organizations. Both positives and negatives about the idea that staff offer ongoing competitive advantage are discussed.

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Human Resource Management

| November 14, 2016

Introduction This study is aimed at exploring the role of vocational education and training (VET) in developing a skilled workforce and meeting the requirements of an efficient and well-functioning modern economy. The discussion will focus on vocational education and training being one of the crucial responsibilities of employers and employees and on the part to […]

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An analysis of architecture from an author’s and industry perspective

| November 10, 2016

Introduction This article observes the tension generated by the apparent opposition between: Architecture and the Author / Architecture as Industry. Different authors have tried to bring out their understanding of architecture while criticizing the applicability of it in the modern world. Their arguments are based on past practices, which, according to them, form the basis […]

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Institute of Leadership and Management Level 5 Diploma in Management

| November 10, 2016

Introduction The following report evaluates the role played by leadership in successful teams, and the effectiveness of measuring team performance. Based upon this evaluation, I will critically examine my own leadership style, and highlight changes which could be implemented. 

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