• Approaches to Industrial Relations
    Approaches to Industrial Relations The industrial relations scenario and factors affecting it, has beenperceived differently by different practitioner and theorist. Some haveviewed it in terns of class conflict; some have viewed it in terms ofmutuality of interest of different groups; some have vie
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  • System and Change in Industrial Relations Analysis
    Critique: System and Change in Industrial Relations Analysis As a student of industrial relations, I am often bombarded with conflicting theories and reasons for the emergence and importance of this field. Edmond Heery outlines and analyses the justaposition of two different views of modeling th
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  • A Project on Industrial Relations and Labour Welfare
    Quality of Working Life, Industrial Relations and Labour Productivity Report from two workshops in WORK-IN-NET Stockholm, May 25-27, 2005 Horst Hart, Erling Ribbing, Kenneth Abrahamsson WORK-IN-NET Labour and innovation: Work-oriented innovations – a key to better employment, cohesion and com
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  • Industrial Relations
    Who are the main actors in the industrial relations system and describe precisely what they do. Abstract Jamaica like the rest of the Caribbean islands had had a difficult formation. Because of the problems of incorporating this Caribbean Society there have been by and large certain problems wh
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  • Human Resource Management, Industrial Relations and Achieving Management Objectives
    INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANISATION ACT/EMP PUBLICATIONS HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS AND ACHIEVING MANAGEMENT OBJECTIVES BY S.R. de Silva Senior Specialist in Employers' Activities East Asia Multidisciplinary Advisory Team I.L.O., Bangkok [Top] [Next] Table of Contents
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  • Role of Government in Improving Industrial Relations
    The topic description provided by the organizers of this roundtable wishes the discussions to be “centered on how the government can assist in providing more efficient welfare for labor which will essentially reduce the possible sources of friction between labor and management.” The “newâ€
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  • Factors That Influence Learning Outcomes of Adult Students Enrolled in Distance Education
    FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE LEARNING OUTCOMES OF ADULT STUDENTS ENROLLED IN DISTANCE EDUCATION Table of Contents Chapter 1: INTRODUCTION 3 Relevant Background Information 3 Statement of the problem 6 Purpose of the Study 7 Research Questions 7 Theoretical Framework 8 Chapter 2 – LI
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  • “Industrial Relations” and “Human Resource Management”
    Compare and Contrast “Industrial Relations” and “Human Resource Management” With the rapid pace of globalization, economic development and the more fierce competition among enterprises, the environment of employment is becoming more and more complex than in the past. The companies, no ma
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  • Dissertation: the Factors That Influence Successful Internationalization of Firms in Emerging Markets: a Case Study of Mtn International
    Abstract Internationalization is essential in the modern world that is filled with many uncertainties. Companies internationalize because of many factors that include profit motives, costs minimization, diversification of the markets, search for new opportunities, saturated domestic market etc. the
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  • Factors That Influence the Class Performance of a Student
    Chapter 1 The Problem and Its Background Determining the factors that influence the class performance of a student is challenging since the subject involves in environmental factors and socio-economic that affects society in different generation. Class performance is a term used to define how
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  • Factors That Influence the Capital Structure Decision of the Firm
    ABSTRACT The capital structure decisions are influenced by various factors. Different researchers obtained different conclusions on what the important determinants of capital structure are. The main objective of this study is to ascertain the factors that significantly influence capital structur
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  • Industrial Relations in India
    Human Resource Management Assignment – I Section: A PGP02.054 Faculty: Dr. Malay Biswas Indian Institute of Management Rohtak Table of content Topic Page number 1. Introduction 3 2. History of Industrial Relations System in India 4 3. Few cases of in
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  • Definition of Industrial Relations
    The study if industrial relations like some other fields of study present a complex set of definitions of which none is universally agreed as the most appropriate definition. Some authors advocate for the definition of the scope of industrial relations in narrow terms in order to grasp its concepts,
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  • Critical Success Factors of Enterprise Resource Planning Systems Implementation Success in China
    Critical Success Factors of Enterprise Resource Planning Systems Implementation Success in China Liang Zhang, Matthew K.O. Lee, Zhe Zhang1, Probir Banerjee Department of Information Systems, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China iszhang@is.cityu.edu.hk; ismatlee@cityu.edu.hk; ispb@is.cityu
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  • Industrial Relations
    1.0 Introduction The purpose of this paper is to critically analyse any recently resolved Industrial Relations issue. The Trade Union Dispute No. 133 of 2005 in the Industrial Court between The Union of Commercial and Industrial Workers and Beaver Construction Company Limited lends itself read
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  • The Effects of Globalization and Economic Restructuring on Philippine Labor Policies and the Responses of the Actors of the Philippine Industrial Relations System1
    Abstract The Philippine labor policies and standards are based on international labor standards (ILS). With the present intensification of globalization and the resulting economic restructuring, there are agitations from certain groups that these high labor standards need to be liberalized since
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  • Factors That Influence the Employees’ Effectiveness at Work Place
    MOUNT KENYA UNIVERSITY (KIGALI CAMPUS) School of Business and Public Management Department of Business MBA Program Weekend MBA 616: Organization behavior Individual Assignment Term paper UWIZEYE BELANGE MBA/0137/12 31 MARCH 2012 Contents
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  • Internal and External Factors
    MGT/230 - Management Theory and Practice Southwest Airlines The success of a business depends greatly on the functions of management and has determining factors that lie within external and internal influences. Since 1971, Southwest Airlines has been in operational business and has worked pr
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  • Industrial Relations.
    Industrial Relations. Introduction: The term ‘Industrial Relations’ comprises of two terms: ‘Industry’ and ‘Relations’. “Industry” refers to “any productive activity in which an individual (or a group of individuals) is (are) engaged”. By “relations” we mean “the rela
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  • Internal and External Factors
    Internal & External Factors Annie Edwards, Laura Lewis, Nickia Eaches, Alonzo Whigham MGT230 October 8, 2012 Dan Kassmeier Internal and External Factors The common four functions of management involve planning, controlling, organizing and leading. The internal and external factors of a b
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