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05 Apr 2022

Human Resources Management strategy: Training - 3 articles review

Law article commentary - 2 pages - Human resources

Training is a central human resource management practice that underscores the value of employee development. While staff training is not a mandatory requirement, it demonstrates the organization's commitment to quality production to surpass market expectations as part of a...

21 Feb 2022

Sustainable Development: A holistic approach to natural resources management, Yacov Y. Haines (1992)

Book review - 3 pages - Ecology & environment

This paper written by Yacov woke the scientific community about environmental degradation. Every damage affects economic development. This situation opened debates to design new policies for the next generations. Recently, a report focused on some reflections about possible environmental...

15 Aug 2022

Change Management: the role of Human Resources

Dissertation - 8 pages - Human resources

With the significant potential for swift change within the modern business field, as technological innovations improve and consumer demands change, organizational managers occasionally make difficult choices to restructure. For individuals at ease with job responsibilities and their lives, and...

04 Apr 2022

Human Resources Books that Every HR Professional Should Read

Practical guide - 4 pages - Human resources

The world of HR is constantly changing, and it can be tough to keep up with the latest trends and best practices. That is why it is important to stay ahead of the curve by reading up on the latest HR books. This article will share some of the top picks for HR books that every HR professional...

27 Jul 2022

What is employee satisfaction and what is the role of human resources (HR) in enforcing employee satisfaction?

Essay - 2 pages - Human resources

In light of the current rapid changes at the social and economic level, companies have begun to realize that employees are the most “valuable asset” and even the secret of their success and stability (?ulibrk et al., 2018). In addition, employee satisfaction is an essential separation...

18 Sep 2022

Human resources marketing: which strategies to attract and retain employees?

Dissertation - 11 pages - Human resources

A considerable number of business organizations have incorporated strategic human resource management initiatives in the current economic conditions. The primary reason for the widespread assimilation of strategic human resource management reflects the idea that it is responsive and...

19 Jul 2021

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Human Resources

Case study - 3 pages - Human resources

In our era, CSR is not only a "trendy" matter but has a real impact on the positioning of the company and its impact on the society. Initiatives can be found in every department: Human Resources make no exception. This is related to my future first dream job: HR manager or Business Partner...

31 May 2021

Outsourcing of human resources: the challenges and motivations of companies

Dissertation - 10 pages - Human resources

Companies today face many changes, regardless of their field of activity. The main objective of each of them is, of course, to achieve maximum profits in order to be able to continue their activity in the long term. Competition is a constant threat to societies, as it has come from all walks of...

12 Nov 2020

Human Resources - Comparison Between Two Countries, Japan and United States of America

Case study - 6 pages - Human resources

In this paper, I will be comparing two countries, which are the United States and Japan. I will be discussing all forms of similarities and differences. I chose those two countries because the large geographical distance and strong language barrier between them also plays a role in the extent of...

19 Mar 2014

Waste products as unused resources

Case study - 2 pages - Educational studies

Waste products involve a wide range of terms that encompasses most of the unwanted materials and includes, scrap materials, effluent or any unwanted surplus substance or article that needs to be disposed since it is broken, unusable, and worn out. Wastes can be categorized in to controlled...

14 Jan 2014

Renewable Energy Resources

Case study - 2 pages - Educational studies

The use of renewable energy sources is one of biggest arguments of the twenty first century. On the one side there the supporters of use of this energy for numerous reasons while n the other hand there are those opposed to the ideology. It is a controversial topic with each side providing...

27 Aug 2014

Reebok PLC-Managing financial resources

Case study - 2 pages - Business strategy

Reebok is a public limited company that designs, markets and sell sports accessories. Reebok Company was founded in 1983, with its headquarters located in London, United Kingdom. The company operates as a subsidiary to Adidas, AG. The product line for Reebok PLC includes footwear and apparel...

03 Sep 2014

Does the law of the sea provide a suitable framework for the regulation of marine genetic resources?

Case study - 14 pages - Literature

There are many challenges of marine engineering at the moment, and the industry is lacking the general ruling, law and indicators to work out a universal regulation, applied to all seas, oceans, including the territories of different countries. There have been many conferences held, and the...

31 Jul 2014

African conflict and resources

Case study - 3 pages - Educational studies

The history of South Africa mainly revolves around communication and the conflict of the numerous varied ethnic groups in South Africa. Just like other historical accounts of various countries, South Africa is not any different. The themes of race, gender, and the socio-economy are the most...

14 Mar 2014

The Assessment and Strategy of Global Human Resources

Case study - 3 pages - Human resources

This research paper is about the assessment and strategy International global human resources take when an organization deals with Attracting employees, recruiting employees, hiring, training and developing different employees for positions in a global firm. In this research were going to...

07 Nov 2014

Poor Approach of Managing Human Resources

Case study - 5 pages - Human resources

The symptoms of ineffective management of human resources translate to overall under performance of staff, owing to their declining contribution. This scenario manifests itself through trends such as excessive absenteeism, the unsatisfactory output of staff members, demotivation, which...

07 Nov 2014

Managing financial resources and decisions

Case study - 3 pages - Finance

Financial resource management is a process through which the management maximizes resources available through implementing controls and managing cost. This is made boosted by the use of financial statements that reflect the real position of the firm. In essence, financial planning...

06 Nov 2014

Financial markets transfer resources across time and space

Case study - 4 pages - Finance

Financial markets comprise a collection of formal and informal institutions whose functions stretches to facilitate movement of financial resources. Firstly, financial institutions provide mechanisms for where economic agents clear and settle their obligations. This arises when the...

16 Aug 2013

Economics is the study of the allocation of scarce resources amongst unlimited and conflicting end uses

Case study - 2 pages - Economy general

In this world that we live in, there exists a problem due to the conflict between the scarcity of resources and the unlimited wants of the people. Economics is concerned with dealing with this problem, as efficiently as possible. Why, then, are resources scarce? The problem of...

27 Nov 2013

Uses of natural resources in the U.S

Case study - 2 pages - Educational studies

Natural resources are essential in driving the U.S economy (Sedjo, 2013). Natural resources include all materials on the earth surface that exist by nature and used by human beings in meeting daily needs. The development of U.S economy largely depends on how such resources...

07 Feb 2013

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...

21 Jun 2013

Water resources: Ottawa River Clean-Up

Case study - 4 pages - Educational studies

The Ottawa River has been an ongoing problem with pollution. Pollution and contaminates can, and most often do, include; heavy metals, detergents, organic pollution, and other pollutants which include chlorine, pesticides, raionuclides, acids and alkalis (Zmuida, 2012). People have been dumping...

08 May 2012

Management of human resources: L'Occitane

Essay - 18 pages - Human resources

Olivier Baussan founded the company l'Occitane in 1976. At the beginning the main idea was to manufacture natural products, thanks to ingredients coming from near Provence. L'Occitane's activity consists in providing natural and quality products for hair and body to favor wellbeing and...

12 May 2011

The need for international human resources management

Thesis - 7 pages - Human resources

As the process of globalization accelerates, there is a growing number of expatriates working in foreign countries as well as repatriates coming back to home companies. Therefore, international human resources managers have the urgent task of taking care of employees' characteristics of...

27 Jan 2011

Human Resources department of IKEA

Essay - 38 pages - Human resources

Since it was registered as a corporation in 1943, IKEA has developed into an international group, present in approximately 43 countries. IKEA gets its name from the initials of Ingvar Kamprad, Elmtaryd and Agunnaryd, located in Småland, Sweden. Ingvar Kamprad was just 17 when he registered IKEA...

16 Feb 2011

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...

20 Apr 2010

Regression analysis of effective factor on people participation in protecting, revitalizing, developing and using renewable natural resources in Ilam province from the view of users

Thesis - 9 pages - Social sciences

The purpose of this study is the regression analysis of effective factor on people participation in protecting, revitalizing, developing and using renewable natural resources in Ilam province. This study is a casual comparative and applies one sample was taken from natural resources...

29 Sep 2010

A Comparison of the Human Resources Policies and Practices of Germany and the USA

Essay - 8 pages - Human resources

The aim of this essay is to compare the Human Resources practices of the US and Germany, to highlight the reasons behind these differences, and to analyze the evidence these differences provide to the convergence/divergence debate. These countries have been chosen because the US is...

24 Mar 2010

Common-pool resources in Bolivia

Thesis - 2 pages - Economy general

The age of neoliberalism has posed a threat to the development of communal organization and the success of common-pool resources. The “tragedy of the commons” is the presumed fate of common-pool resources, in which they are either privatized or appropriated by the national...

24 Sep 2010

China-Middle East relations and how the natural resources affect their relations

Thesis - 6 pages - International relations

It remains without a doubt that the economic boom that China has witnessed in the last few decades had many implications for other regions of the world, including the Middle East. To fuel its ever increasing production and consumption patterns, and its ultimate search for economic profit, China...