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14 Jun 2013
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Designing a rewards system

Case study - 2 pages - Human resources

To design a rewards system I am using experience as a line supervisor, previous managers I have worked under, ideas from the text, sources from the university library, and personal ideas I have thought of. I will cover all nine of the motivation factors found to be important to people from the...

15 May 2013
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Conflict identification and resolution

Case study - 3 pages - Human resources

Every individual perceives and identifies situations differently. A situation that may not necessarily affect one may be more significant to another. Conflict arises in every organization because of differing opinions that generally lead to arguments and will most likely lead to uncomfortable...

14 May 2013
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HR performance issues and motivation

Case study - 3 pages - Human resources

Motivation could be described as an individual's desire and energy focused on achieving a specific goal. When correct motivation is applied, it can cause individuals to behave in a way that raises the performance of employees. Motivation is a very critical force that plays an essential role in...

30 Apr 2013
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Development meeting planning guide

Case study - 6 pages - Human resources

After working through this Planning Guide you will be prepared to successfully guide a meeting focused on helping your counsel see and commit to the concrete opportunities to significantly increase his or her impact and effectiveness. This guide includes: •A Suggested Agenda showing...

18 Apr 2013
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Scenario One: Cost Club

Case study - 4 pages - Human resources

This paper will show a review of the messages forwarded to the human resources department. In addition, this paper will show the issues that arise in the messages, answer the questions and requirements presented, and reference the legal principles or statutes where possible. Message 1:...

22 Feb 2013
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A report on human resource management

Case study - 4 pages - Human resources

This report draws on an investigative and deductive analysis research paradigm, which seeks to define the various concept dealt in human resource management. In this concept, a brief definition of what connotes a contract of employment will be outlined. The discussion then...

22 Feb 2013
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Human resource management

Case study - 2 pages - Human resources

The concept of human resource management over the years has stressed, the importance of employee a sound employee relationship in the organization .Imagine a situation where an employees works for long hours without proper compensation, is constantly abused and harassed by the boss and lacks a...

06 Feb 2013
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BMW: Human resources

Case study - 10 pages - Human resources

International firms are more and more dealing with an International orientation by developing the business in new emerging markets and consolidating the loyal ones. In order to be effective, they have to control the financial structure and the Human Resources in the same time. Both of these...

28 Nov 2012
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Human resource management in context of change management

Case study - 8 pages - Human resources

Multinational Corporations operate in more than one country. They have production facilities in different countries around the world. Often they operate in countries which have entirely different culture than the culture of their home country. This impacts the company's human resource management...

23 May 2012
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Entrepreneur interview an analysis- Michel Et Augustin

Case study - 15 pages - Human resources

Michel Et Augustin is an innovative French food brand created in 2005, with activities on several food markets: biscuits,crackers,yogurts and desserts. Different products are sold, such as “little round and good biscuits”, sweet and savory, fresh mixed fruit juices, drinkable yogurts...

21 May 2012
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What are the key features of hard and soft models of HRM? Critically evaluate and compare each model. Illustrate your answer using examples of HRM in practice

Case study - 3 pages - Human resources

To clarify the approach to HRM, in 1992 Storey has defined two variants, the soft HR management and the hard one. The soft model rests on the purpose of “enhancing the commitment quality and flexibility of employees” (Beardwell J., Claydon T., 2007). Legge refers to this as...

17 May 2012
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Debate and critique the relative importance of cultural differences and national business systems on the development of HRM. What are the implications of your conclusions for convergence and divergence? Use examples of HRM across the globe to illustrate y

Case study - 10 pages - Human resources

Over time, groups and civilizations have evolved differently; what can be seen as a perfectly normal conduct in one country for example is not necessarily the same in a country at the other side of the globe or even in for its neighbouring country. This is more visible today with globalization...

08 May 2012
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How to attract, recruit and make loyal employees in the software firms?

Case study - 60 pages - Human resources

Recruitment in a company is an obligated part when we are looking for a job. It is necessary to pass job interviews, and a selection is made before the interview in order to select the best candidate. Recruitment involves costs, but not just financial costs. We have the cost of time, cost of...

27 Apr 2012
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Examine the concept of total reward and explore the reasons for its increasing prominence in organizations

Case study - 10 pages - Human resources

This coursework examines the concept of total rewards in the context of today's competitive business environment. There are many different total rewards concept in the existing literature and therefore the primary focus must be to choose the most appropriate concept and to examine it...

03 Nov 2011
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The company incentive plans: Case of Cessna

Case study - 2 pages - Human resources

The company incentive plans of Cessna can also be seen as performance goals to the workers of the organization. Compensation and benefits offered by Cessna are basically given to all workers after the completion of the six month probation period. The corporation's incentive plans...

20 Mar 2011
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Google's total compensation plan

Case study - 4 pages - Human resources

Google is a monopoly in itself, an Internet giant, and it has a different and special structure. Employees maintain a link among them, while simultaneously retaining a sense of autonomy. In this paper, we will examine Goggle's Total Compensation Plan, and its relevance in this company. Firstly,...

16 Feb 2011
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Human Resources and strategic tools

Case study - 8 pages - Human resources

The management of jobs is a tool that is used for managing human resources. It consists of the projection for the medium and long term needs and staff resources of an organization. It is composed of qualitative approaches of management planning skills and workforce planning. The management of...

16 Feb 2011
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Theories of motivation

Case study - 2 pages - Human resources

This document is presented in tabular form and presents a synthesis of the theoretical trends, key authors and special theories of content and process. For example, the authors Maslow (1954), McClelland (1961), Atkinson (1964), Alderfer (1969), Schein (1975), Herzberg (1971), and...

16 Feb 2011
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Compensation: scales and seniority with the example of Randstad of Belgium

Case study - 4 pages - Human resources

Belgium has now banned the age criterion for wage scales. Tens of thousands of employers are under transition. Randstad had taken this step ten years ago. Not because Europe compelled it, but because it was an advantage for its own activities. The company specializes in advising temporary...

16 Feb 2011
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The Belgian system to earn a degree while you are working

Case study - 4 pages - Human resources

This document intends to show that this has been possible for a long time. The novelty is that one can get any number of distractions while pursuing their higher education through means of distance learning according to their experience, acquired skills and the business training that has been...

16 Feb 2011
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Adaptation of a worker to the local problems: French in China

Case study - 10 pages - Human resources

Working abroad as part of an international assignment or other contract inevitably raises many challenges with regard to adaptability. One has to adapt to different cultures, ways of living and study the key points rigorously to live more comfortably in a host country. A host country receives a...

16 Feb 2011
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Conflict management

Case study - 8 pages - Human resources

We are confronted daily with situations of conflict. Indeed, tensions arise in the workplace as well as within the family. These disagreements often are due to more secret reasons and not conscious and it is sometimes difficult to terminate. After identifying the origins of...

16 Feb 2011
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The research of the motivations in Two Factor theory of Herzberg

Case study - 2 pages - Human resources

Herzberg's analysis focuses on the problem of motivation and on the crucial question: "How does one cause an employee to do what is expected of him?" He presents an introduction and develops a list of attitudes and inefficiencies to get the job expected of employees: Ask, give instructions,...

27 Jan 2011
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Corporate culture: Case study of IKEA

Case study - 19 pages - Human resources

"Let us begin with an anecdote to highlight the theme of corporate culture in an intelligible and meaningful manner”. The following testimony is that of an officer of a company which was recently formed by the merger of two industrial companies: "When I need a new piece, I can ask someone...

27 Jan 2011
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The recruitment policy of Michelin

Case study - 3 pages - Human resources

There are four elements that are essential to the Human Resource department, these are acquisition, integration, performance and allocation of human resources. So, any function of this department should fulfill these four factors. In this paper, we will be studying these four...

27 Jan 2011
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Case Club Med: recruitment

Case study - 8 pages - Human resources

Though Club Med, the inventor of the holiday clubs, remains the leading brand in the world in terms of reputation in the tourism sector, several factors have nevertheless tarnished its image since the late 90s. In 1997, the Trigano family was ousted from the company by shareholders and in 2000,...

27 Jan 2011
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Negotiation with the Mexicans

Case study - 8 pages - Human resources

Mexico is a country in North America, located in the southern United States (which is partly separated by the Rio Grande, said the Rio Bravo to Mexicans) and bordered on the south by Guatemala and Belize. Mexico is the most populous Spanish-speaking countries. He also recorded the second...

30 Dec 2010
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Function of the human resources within the French group, Dassault Aviation

Case study - 8 pages - Human resources

Dassault Aviation, a French industry group, accounts for 8000 collaborators, including 3000 with a site in Saint-Cloud. As a major player of the world aircraft industry, the group posts its specificity: the support of its customers. The manufacturer civil-soldier bases its strategy on products of...

07 Dec 2010
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Paul Wolfowitz and the American neo-conservative project

Case study - 5 pages - Human resources

The National Interest is a journal that was founded in 1985. It is regarded as a showcase for liberalism and neo-liberalism. It is not popular amongst academics and aims to influence the political agenda of the country. In this review, we see the theories proposed by Huntington and Fukuyama. Paul...

02 Dec 2010
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The International Workers' Association

Case study - 5 pages - Human resources

This document is a summary of the debates which took place within the International Association of Workers of the Congress at Brussels. It highlights the divisions within this authority by connecting them with the social position of the parties and traces the stage of evolution of the society....