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14 Oct 2009
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Understanding the effectiveness of performance appraisal through a survey

Thesis - 19 pages - Human resources

In the business world investment is made in machinery, equipment and services. Quite naturally time and money is spent ensuring that they provide what their suppliers claim. In other words the performance is constantly appraised against the results expected. When it comes to one of the...

29 Sep 2009
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Codorniu analysis relating to a hire process

Thesis - 4 pages - Human resources

The sector of which the company is a part has always influenced its recruitment and selection process. Indeed, the sector growth defines the company's requirements in terms of the number of employees, the kind of growth, and the profile of the people they need. Moreover, the company's strategy,...

18 Sep 2009
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Role, objectives and activities of human resources department (HRD) in an organization

Thesis - 4 pages - Human resources

In the face of enormous changes in the business environment of the world backed up by liberalization of economy, globalization of business, modernization of technology, changing lifestyles, global competitive pressures and large scale employment, a need exist for a fresh look at the Human...

17 Sep 2009
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Effectiveness of training in an insurance company

Thesis - 7 pages - Human resources

Michael Armstrong defines training as the “systematic development of the knowledge, skills and attitudes required by an individual to perform adequately a given task or job”. Training can also be defined as the mechanism that is used to enhance the skills of an individual or that of a...

04 Sep 2009
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Overview of performance appraisal methods

Thesis - 5 pages - Human resources

Performance Appraisal is essential to understand and improve the employee's performance through HRD. In fact, Performance Appraisal is the basis for HRD. It was viewed that Performance Appraisal was useful to decide upon employee promotion/transfer, salary determination and the like. But the...

04 Sep 2009
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Introduction to wages and salary administration

Thesis - 11 pages - Human resources

Human resource is of paramount importance for the success of any organization. It is a source of strength and aid. Human resources are the wealth of an organization which can help it in achieving its goals. Human resources management is concerned with the human beings in an...

04 Sep 2009
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A brief introduction to recruitment and selection process

Thesis - 6 pages - Human resources

Recruitment is the process of attracting individuals on a timely basis in sufficient number and with appropriate qualifications and encouraging them to apply for jobs in an organization. In practice, recruitment is often very demanding and seldom so straight forward. Experts believe that...

25 Jun 2009
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A study on motivational levels of employees in Dr. Reddy's Laboratories

Thesis - 40 pages - Human resources

Motivation is a basically a psychological process. Many people equate the causes of behavior with motivation. The causes of behavior are much broader and more complex than can be explained by the motivation alone. Along with perception, personality, attitudes and learning. It interacts with the...

18 Jun 2009
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Performance appraisal in Coca-Cola company ltd

Thesis - 26 pages - Human resources

Since organizations exist to achieve goals, the degree of success that individual employees have in reaching their individual goals is important in determining organizational effectiveness. The assessment of how successful employees have been at meeting their individual goals, therefore, becomes...

07 Jun 2009
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A study on human resource (manpower) planning in organizations

Thesis - 10 pages - Human resources

Planning is deciding in advance. In a broad sense, planning entails anticipating future opportunities and threats and drawing up a blueprint to coordinate, motivate, and control the activities of the available assets for the effective implementation of organizational goals and objectives in a...

26 May 2009
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Process improvement in recruitment, selection and functional design of hiring management system in relevance to IBM

Thesis - 18 pages - Human resources

Process Improvement, a methodology adopted for stabilizing and improving work tasks and systems can result in great benefits in processes in an organization by establishing continuous monitoring and control over those tasks and ensuring predictability of quality and costs. The recruitment...

26 May 2009
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Training and evaluation in human resource management

Thesis - 8 pages - Human resources

Human Resource is the biggest asset for the success of any organization, but to make it an asset, activity of training and development plays a very important role. However, it is very essential to ensure that training imparted to people is effective which can enhance the performance of the people...

17 May 2009
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Paternity leave

Thesis - 4 pages - Human resources

Launched by the Jospin government on the 1st of January 2002, this 11 successive day's break (18 in case of multiple births) has been added to the 3 already entitled days since then by the labor law. It is open to every father namely wage-earners, independent workers, farming workers, civil...

13 May 2009
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E-Recruitment and the labor market

Thesis - 12 pages - Human resources

E-recruitment could be defined as the use of internet for recruiting. E-recruitment is recent in France. It was created during 2000's and is yet to evolve to become the first media used by French people to their job seek. E-recruitment mainly consists of spreading job offers on websites...

13 May 2009
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Compared human resources management models: China and France

Thesis - 5 pages - Human resources

This report is an analysis by comparison of two countries through their management of their Human Resources. Those two subjects of this essay are France and China. This choice is not just a coincidence but the result of my home country (France) and China where I have been for an internship two...

12 May 2009
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What is the impact of human resources in the success of the Taiwanese high-tech industry?

Thesis - 6 pages - Human resources

The Taiwanese economy has always remained strong in the Asia Pacific region, despite the Asian Financial Crisis in 1997. The high-tech industry in particular has not only survived, but also prospered during the Asian crisis. The economy has also to face a lot of constraints like the shortage of...

11 May 2009
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Human resource issues entailed by the take-over of Credit du Nord by Society General (2004)

Thesis - 13 pages - Human resources

The French banking system has met several restructurings since the 90's. Banking networks have now to propose, diversify and evolve services to their customers. Besides, these companies are in a more open market which entails international competition and the mergers phenomenon. Several examples...

09 May 2009
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The importance of training and development

Thesis - 8 pages - Human resources

Every organization needs to have well trained and experienced people to perform the activities that have to be done. This is the most important aspect of Human Resource Management. It is widely known that Human Resource Management helps people to expand their capabilities and offer...

08 May 2009
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Diversity at the workplace

Thesis - 35 pages - Human resources

Ways to maximize benefits of an increasingly diverse workforce and client base is a continuing concern for organizational leadership. The current processes for managing diversity continues to be necessary but are not sufficient enough to result in effective outcomes in 21st century organizational...

07 May 2009
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Corporate strategy and the role of HRM

Thesis - 8 pages - Human resources

Throughout “The Thirty Glorious Ones”, HRM started adapting to strategies. Indeed, this period is defined by a spectacular economic growth in which products are uniform and in which customer's needs are the last preoccupations of companies. Thus, the Taylor-Ford model finds in this...

07 May 2009
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How does trade globalization affect women working conditions in South America?

Thesis - 5 pages - Human resources

The international trade agreements have important impact on people living in poverty. But these impacts operate at different levels. In some cases, trade can stimulate the development of these countries, help the economic growth, help employment, give access to local population to variated goods...

05 May 2009
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Critical skill mapping of employees based on four-quadrant model in relation to the study of Tata steel

Thesis - 23 pages - Human resources

Setting an Objective is the first and one of the most important stages of any report. This is because poorly defined problem will not yield useful results and causes confusion. The aim of our study is to “study and analyze the Debt and Capital Structure of Orient Paper and Industries Ltd....

23 Apr 2009
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Attrition analysis

Thesis - 29 pages - Human resources

The study will analyze different aspects of attrition and managing attrition in different situations. Knowledge and people form the key factors for any company in the IT industry. The success of any IT company depends on how effectively it manages knowledge and its people. Retaining knowledge and...

21 Apr 2009
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Recruitment and selection

Thesis - 33 pages - Human resources

Recruitment and selection techniques” is a GUI based application that automates the recruitment and selection activities for better functioning and providing accurate information time. It is a computerized solution for organizations that often undergo the process of recruitment for...

15 Apr 2009
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Determining the efficacy of training programs by establishing an appropriate evaluation procedure at hotels

Thesis - 15 pages - Human resources

Human resource management is really the management of personnel at work. Different authorities have differently defined it. The essence of all definitions is that the personnel/human resource management is the science of planning, organizing and controlling the various operative functions of...

15 Apr 2009
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Satisfaction level of corporate women

Thesis - 15 pages - Human resources

Indeed, it is not uncommon today to find women in most of the industries; in fact, they occupy top positions in many of the companies. They are no longer restricted to stereotyped professions. Deftly handling even the toughest of jobs, ranging from bus-conductors to astronauts, women have shown...

14 Apr 2009
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Standard Chartered Bank and human resource management

Thesis - 24 pages - Human resources

Standard Chartered Bank is a British bank headquartered in London with operations in more than seventy countries. It operates a network of over 1,700 branches and outlets (including subsidiaries, associates and joint ventures) and employs 73,000 people. Despite its British base, it has...

19 Mar 2009
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A study on benefits for female employees in MNC's

Thesis - 9 pages - Human resources

The study covers five multinational companies, i.e., INFOSYS, WIPRO, IBM, SAP LABS and GOOGLE. After the study of the policies of the companies mentioned above, I have generated the following report with recommendations. Women constitute the largest number among the protected...

17 Mar 2009
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Basic concepts of job satisfaction

Thesis - 5 pages - Human resources

Job satisfaction is a set of favorable or unfavorable feelings and emotions with which employees view their work. Job satisfaction is an effective attitude - a feeling of relative like or dislike toward something. The term job satisfaction not only covers the satisfaction derived from the...

17 Mar 2009
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Performance appraisal system in organizations

Thesis - 9 pages - Human resources

Appraisal of performance is widely used in society. Parents evaluate their children, teachers evaluate their students and employers evaluate their employees. However, formal evaluation of employees is believed to have been adopted for the first time during the First World War. At the instance of...