• SHRM
    organizational objectives. This project is meant to know the Human Resource Policies in the organization. The HR Policies are a tool to achieve employee satisfaction and thus highly motivated employees. The main objective of various HR Policies is to increase efficiency by increasing motivation and thus fulfill...
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  • Neha
    Motivation in TATA Rewards and motivation are interrelated. This relation can be better explained by describing motivational theories like Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. According to Maslow there is a hierarchy of five different needs. These are physiological, safety, social, esteem and self-actualisation...
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  • Overview of Indian Garment Industry
    SUMMARY Bijjargi Motors has made deep inroads in the cars market in north region of Karnataka with top breeds cars from the house of Tata Motors. As a professionally managed car dealer. Bijjargi Motors is committed to excellence in serving all our esteemed customers.Bijjargi Motors has earned a new name...
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  • Job Design and Employees Motivation
    All in a day's work Employee empowerment is the latest buzzword in business and a variety of Tata companies are working overtime to place their people in the driver's seat The crowd holds its collective breath as Pakistan speedster Shoaib Akhtar prepares to strike. But the batsman, B Muthuraman...
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  • Tata Motors
    Management Control System Of Tata Motors Project Report MCS (Section C) Group Members: Bikash Jaiswal Chaitalee Kumari Charu Attri Chayan Jain Cherag S Rana Garveet Modi Acknowledgement We would like to express our gratitude towards Prof. C Padmavathi for guiding us and supporting us. She not...
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  • Global Crisis
    step for this global crisis in the next year i.e; 2010. We can see 9% rises in global economy. TATA MOTORS: In June 2008, Tata motors has acquired the Jaguar land Rover business from ford motor Company for $ 2.3billion bridge loan to fund this JLR buyout. And $2 billion of that is still due...
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  • Abcd at Nandi
    Crafting a Compelling Employee Value Preposition for Tata Motors This case has been prepared by Tata Motors Corporate HR for TML Case study competition- ‘Mind Rover’. This case study is recommended for being used for the ‘Mind Rover’ case study competition only and does not illustrate either correct...
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  • Taj Case
    26/11 Mumbai attack: HR practices converted ordinary Taj employees in... 1 of 3 http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2011-11-24/news/3043760... ADVERTISEMENT News News By Company Home News Markets News By Industry Corporate Trends IPO Personal Finance News By...
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  • Hrm in Tata
    Performance Appraisal in Tata Motors Performance Appraisal in Tata Motors 2012 Surabhi Agarwal Abhishek Gangwar Fatima Abbas Aarti Chaudhary Eram Khan IIPM 9/24/2012 2012 Surabhi Agarwal ...
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  • TERM PAPER
    II. TATA MOTORS III. HONDA MOTORS IV. TOYOTA MOTORS V. GENERAL MOTORS * MARKETING ANALYSIS * SWOT AND PESTLE ANALYSIS OF :- I. MARUTI SUZUKI II. TATA MOTORS III. HONDA MOTORS IV. TOYOTA MOTORS V. GENERAL MOTORS * MARKETING MIX OF I. TATA MOTORS II...
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  • Crm at Tata
    CRM PROJECT Customer Relationship Management At TATA Motors Submitted to: Submitted by: Prof. Nalin Jain J.S. Aditya Priya Sharma Sargam Singhal Tarun Aggarwal Soumitra Khandpal TATA MOTORS COMPANY PROFILE Tata Motors Limited is India's largest automobile company, with consolidated...
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  • HND Business Human resource management
    so that they can effectively perform their job description. Human resources professionals work together to develop employees' skills. For example, HR professionals advise managers and supervisors how to assign employees to different roles in the organization, thereby helping the organization adapt...
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  • NANO
    the chairman of Tata motors Mr. Ratan Tata. And with high qualified IT skills people he has shown the Indian talents to whole the world. May western countries as well as many foreign countries have accepted Indian IT skills. To provide one rupee cars to Indian peoples rattan Tata has selected singur...
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  • International Business in Kenya
    Alcoa compared to ACH 11 Appendix IV: List of Alcoa Smelters 12 Appendix V: Employee Turnover Rate 13 References 14 Company description Tata Motors Ltd. was founded on September 1, 1945 two years before the independence of India from its colonial ruler; Britain. Its headquarters is in Mumbai...
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  • Nano
    chairman of Tata motors Mr. Ratan Tata. And with high qualified IT skills people he has shown the Indian talents to whole the world. May western countries as well as many foreign countries have accepted Indian IT skills. To provide one rupee cars to Indian peoples rattan Tata has selected...
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  • Training Need Analysis
    words are considered to be signs of gratitude then let these words convey the very same. My sincere gratitude to TATA MOTORS for providing me with an opportunity to work with TATA MOTORS and SIADS and giving necessary directions on doing this project to the best of my abilities. I am highly indebted...
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  • Research Project
    SYNOPSIS on “A Study on Employee Loyalty in TATA Motors” A Synopsis of major project report submitted in Partial Fulfillment of award of MBA Degree PROJECT GUIDE: PROF. SAPAN JAIN 0 SUBMITTED BY: SONAL TIWARI MBA III (Marketing & HR) CONTENTS ...
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  • HR Process
    section deals with the major topics of human resources with relevant examples and case studies. In the ultimate section, Impasse a foremost focus in HR is dealt with and its significance is explained. Wachovia Corporation limited had only learning development in their organization but not...
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  • Managing and Organising for Performance
    TATA GROUP Introduction: Tata group as now called was founded by Jamsedji Tata in 1968 and got its name of its founder whose family has been the chairman of the group till date. This shows how Tata has followed the traditional authority. The present chairman of Tata group is Ratan Tata who took over...
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  • Vodafone
    'On-Site' medical clinics are the refined version of Company Doctor – a practice that has long been out fashioned by high maintenance costs. However, for the HR executives, 'On-Site' medical clinics are a novel concept that improves the morale of the employees and for top managers, this is a cost item which has...
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