Hrm & Epl

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ENGLISH PREMIRE LEAGUE AND HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Submitted by

NIC PAUL VARGHESHE (12AD15) SARAN RAJ.S.L (12AD21) UDHAYANATHAN.J (12AD29) VENKATESH.S (12AD30)

of

Ist year MBA

PSG Institute of Management
PSG College of Technology Coimbatore

2012 - 2013

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ABSTRACT
The knowledge of Human Resource Management has increasingly received attention among researchers in many fields of study. Researchers believe that HRM is an important variable that have created a greater need for strategic innovation and co-ordination which determines the organization’s survival. This study focuses on the Human Resource Management emphasized in the football game. The depth of Human Resource Management employed in the football is analysed thoroughly.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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TITLE Abstract List of Figures List of Tables

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Introduction Literature Review HRM Concepts in Football 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 HRP Recruitment and Selection Induction Training and Development Performance Appraisal Wages and Salary Administration Grievances Handling

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Conclusion References

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LIST OF TABLES

TABLE.NO 1 2 3

TABLE NAME EPL Clubs Expectations from Strikers Salary for players

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LIST OF FIGURES

FIG.NO. 1

TABLE NAME Team Formation

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1. INTRODUCTION Football is a tough, physical game requiring a wide range of attributes including explosive power, strength, agility, speed, and physical and mental toughness. Football has its own history to rave about. The contemporary history of the world's favourite game spans more than 100 years. It all began in 1863 in England, when rugby football and association football branched off on their different courses and the Football Association in England was formed - becoming the sport's first governing body. Current Scenario: Football is accepted worldwide. It is played at International level and club level. It is widely played in Europe & South America. English premier league played in England which consists of 20 teams. Teams enter into the tournament through by retaining their position or through qualifying from championship. In that Manchester united won the league title for 19 times followed by Liverpool F.C who won 18 times.  Last year title won by Manchester city  More than 8 clubs in PL have 1 billion net worth  25 billion Euros business in Europe  The current list of teams are English Premier League clubs Arsenal Everton Manchester City Norwich City Southampton Swansea City West Ham United Table 1. EPL Clubs Aston Villa Fulham Manchester United Queens Park Rangers Stoke City Tottenham Hotspur Wigan Athletic Chelsea Liverpool Newcastle United Reading Sunderland West Bromwich Albion

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Human Resource Management: Human Resource Management is the process of managing people in organisations in a structured and thorough manner. It may be defined as the art of procuring, developing and maintaining competent workforce to achieve the goals of an organization in an effective and efficient manner.    HRM is inevitable in football If HRM is not effective, football clubs could lose their talents In this paper, the Human resource management principles and its application to football

has been discussed 2. LITERATURE REVIEW Bob Perry (1999) attempts to assist any Business School students undertaking football related projects. This paper suggests how non-academic literature can be utilised by a football researcher. It has covered almost all the topics such as marketing, human resource management, finance and economics and TQM regarding football and business. Gary Hamel (CIPD's annual conference) in an article said that most organizations are not getting the passion, creativity and initiative out of their people. They get intelligence, diligence and obedience but one can get that from a cocker spaniel. Paul Nolan, head of HR, Football Association said that as...
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