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    Industrial Relations Essay The role of the government on industrial relations is very important as it sets the legal framework that industrial relations operates in. Appropriate industrial relations legislation should recognize the requirements of both employers and employee’s. Both the employee
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  • Union Apollo Case Study
    Running head: THE UNION DRIVE AT APOLLO CORPORATION The Union Drive at Apollo Corporation [Name of Student] Kaplan University MT203: Human Resource Management [Name of Professor] [Date of Submission] The Union Drive at Apollo Corporation The case study of labor relations at Apollo Corpora
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  • Case Study
    1] Bureau, "Union Urges Action against Toyota," www.business-standard.com, January 12, 2006. 2] Reuters, "Toyota Shuts India Plant," www.financialexpress.com, January 09, 2006. 3] Corporate Bureau, "Toyota Kirloskar Patch-Up Meet Fails," www.financialexpress.com, January 09, 2006. 4] Establ
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    Strategic Human Resource Management 1. Investment Perspective of HRM a. Defining Strategy b. Types of Strategies c. Importance of Strategic Management d. Adopting an Investment Perspective 2. Trends Affecting HRM a. Impact of Technolo
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  • What Are the Tenets of Industrial Relations.
    The central argument in ‘Industrial Relations Theory, the State and Politics’ by Anthony Giles is that there is a lack of precise theory in relation to the state’s involvement in Industrial Relations.(ref) The meaning of the term ‘state’ can be defined as a country, nation or a nation stat
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  • Winona Ryder Steals the Show: Public Relations Case Study
    Winona Ryder: Public Relations Case Study By the mid-1990s, Winona Ryder, a fresh-faced young actress, was one of the most prominent screen starlets of the time. She had many hit movies under her belt, including “Heathers”, “Edward Scissorhands”, “Beetle Juice”, and “Reality Bites
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  • Employee Relations - Case Study Analysis
    This essay will explore three case studies: Outsourcing in electricity generation, The non-unionised company and Cost minimisation and the flexible workforce. With reference to the first case study, Outsourcing in electricity generation, this essay will identify where management has used specifi
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  • Emu and Industrial Relations: a Case of Convergence and Divergence?
    1 EMU and industrial relations: a case of convergence and divergence? Paul Marginson and Keith Sisson Industrial Relations Research Unit, University of Warwick, UK Abstract The development of EMU has led to considerable reflection about the trajectory of industrial relations in Europe. In the
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  • Industrial Clustering of Textiles and Apparel in China: a Case Study
    Industrial Clustering of Textiles and Apparel in China: A Case Study Zhiming Zhang, Chester To, & Ning Cao Institute of Textiles and Clothing, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University I. Introduction In the late 1970s, China started economic reforms. Since then, the economy of China has been i
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  • Study on Suzlon's Industrial Relations
    [pic] [pic] A Dissertation Report on:- “HR practices in terms of Industrial Relationships in Suzlon.” Submitted To: - Submitted By:- Prof. P K Mishra
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  • Case Study
    MEMORANDUM TO: JUAN C. ARAQUE FROM: GROUP #6 SUBJECT: CASE STUDY FOR COMPANY "BRINKERHOFF INTERNATIONAL INC." DATE: 11/14/00 CC: HUMAN RESOURCE DIRECTOR OBJECTIVE: After careful review and analysis of the situation and the facts surrounding the company Brinkerhoff International Incorpora
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  • Case Study
    Telecommunications is the commercial and non-profit organization involved in development, production, distribution, and exhibition of entertainment and information to the public by electronic means. Recently, interactive media has began to interest many consumers. Of the four media functions, the
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  • The Tragedy of the Commons Invading Our Environmental Rights Case Study: Coral Reefs
    10/27/04 Research in the Disciplines First Paper Final Draft Tragedy of the commons invading our environmental rights: Case study Coral Reefs In our world there are many resources, all of which people do not have a choice in sharing such as our air and our oceans. These res
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  • Management of Change and Innovation - Case Study of Coastline Electrics, Uk
    Introduction The changes endured by Coastline occurred in the very specific context of privatisation. In this perspective, clashes of paradigms are common, in particular in the way knowledge is viewed and exercised as well as between the past and present goals of companies engaged in such process.
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  • Disability Case Study
    Disability Issues in the Public Workplace Eloise, a supervisor at the Federal Administration Agency (FAA), was faced with trying to ensure productivity when one of her workers became ill, and was not maintaining her level of work. Brenda, who had been a computer programmer for the Management Infor
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  • Case Study on Sears
    SEARS CASE STUDY by Robert A.G. Monks and Nell Minow -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Introduction The great advantage of publicly held companies is that they bring together capital and managerial expertise, to the benefit of both groups. A
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  • Tylenol Case Study
    Tylenol Case Study The discipline of public relations is a modern profession which has been in existence for only close to a century; however, it has already taken an important role in the fields of business, government, entertainment and non-profit organizations including educational institutions
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  • Case Study, Sas Institute Inc.
    Case Study, SAS Institute Inc. The management culture is a very important factor in the imprinting of a company: it shapes the relationship between working environment and employee satisfaction. I will answer a few questions regarding the SAS's particular strategy of running the business in which t
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  • Case Study: Halliburton Corp. and the Issue of Politics
    Case Study: Halliburton Corp. and the issue of politics. This case study examines Halliburton Corp's current strategy for expanding operations in the Libyan oil market in respect to choosing locations overseas, and integrating successfully with the local community. It highlights the importance of
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  • Gm Saturn Case Study
    GM Saturn Case Study Ron Rubinstein Strategic Marketing Management course NYU SCPS – Fall 2005 Key Issues  How (whether) to revive a faltering brand after impressive initial success in early 90s.  How to regain competitive advantage after loss of momentum, and failure of initi
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