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Work-life conflict

| January 20, 2017

Abstract Work-life conflict is among the human resource challenges that adversely affects the productivity of employees and leads to physical and psychological health issues.

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Implications of labour market flexibility on Human Resource Management

| August 24, 2016

Introduction Over the past few decades, there has been an increase in demand for greater labour flexibility, driven primarily by increases in international competition and advances in technology (Vincente-Lorente & Suarez-Gonzalez 2007). Given the intense competition and the speed of technological change, there has been a proliferation of non-standard forms of employment such as outsourcing, […]

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Using cultural capital theory to study racial inequality: A case study of Hays

| December 20, 2012

CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION In European society, resources, opportunities, and rewards continue to be allocated unevenly by race, and a substantial body of sociological research has endeavoured to explain these disparities. The current discourse on racial inequality is generally dominated by work located at the macro and micro ends of the theoretical spectrum. The former is […]

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Analysis of Organisational Culture at Google

Analysis of Organisational Culture at Google

| December 20, 2012

  1.Introduction Analyzing an organization is no more than studying first its genesis its mottos and beliefs and the future it holds for the society that it resides in. For most companies, an organization is neither a science nor an art; it’s an oxymoron. It is not a result from systematic, methodical planning but, shaped […]

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Practice of human resource management (hrm) policies and its influence on employee attitudes

Practice of human resource management (hrm) policies and its influence on employee attitudes

| December 17, 2012

  Chapter 1 Introduction It is necessary for an organisation to meet the obligations towards its major stakeholders like its major shareholders, its employees, and to the wider society. In order to fulfil its obligations and in order to earn long term corporate objectives it is necessary for the management to develop an effective and […]

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Discuss the importance of Human resource management (HRM) alongside the recruitment needs of a business

| December 17, 2012

Introduction Human resource management (HRM) is the strategic and coherent draw to the management of an organization’s most appreciated assets — the people working there who individually and collectively put into the getting of the objectives of the business. The terms “human resource management” and “human resources” (HR) have mainly replaced the term “personnel management” […]

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Integrating different human resource processes in a retail store using SAP, Oracle and other Employee Management Systems

Integrating different human resource processes in a retail store using SAP, Oracle and other Employee Management Systems

| December 14, 2012

Introduction In current scenario, Information Systems plays an important role in every business. Managing the human resources of an establishment is one of the key challenges faced by the organizations. There are several solutions to manage the human resources that are currently available in the market.

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The Role of Human Resources Management in an Organisation

The Role of Human Resources Management in an Organisation

| November 26, 2012

  Introduction- Human resource is considered as the backbone of any organisation. The concept of the Human resource management (HRM) had been debated in the literature. Initially the concept of HRM developed from U.S.A in the 1960s. It plays vital role in creating organisation. In the recent scenario human resources has added more values in […]

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HR Practices in Pakistan and UK

| November 11, 2012 | 0 Comments

The importance of recruitment and selection practices also known as Human Resource Management (HRM) could not be taken lightly. All national and multinational organisations rely on its most important resource – the people working in it – to carry out its goals and visions. Organisations do not work without the people. The Human Resource therefore […]

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