• Restructing Ir Process
    1. Industrial relations: As the name suggest deals with the study of the relationship between the employers and employees. It is believed to be a multidisciplinary field. Hence, industrial relations is been also coined as some also term it labor relations employment relations, because of the importance...
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  • Human Resource and Industrial Relations
    TITLE: Impact of NPM and HR on Traditional Industrial Relations Systems TABLE OF CONTENTS Page 3 Introduction Pages 4-8 Literature Review Pages 9-13 Traditional Industrial Relations System Pages 14-18 Traditional Public Sector Model Pages 19-21 Analysis and Findings ...
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  • Public Sector Union
    NBER WORKING PAPER SERIES UNIONISM COMES TO THE PUBLIC SECTOR Richard B. Freenan Working Paper No. 1452 NATIONAL BUREAU OF ECONOMIC RESEARCH 1050 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, MA 02138 September 1984 The research reported here is part of the NBER's research program in Labor Studies...
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  • New Public Sector Management
    GOVT 2051 Human Resources and Industrial Relations in the Public Sector INTRODUCTION ……………………………………………………………………... LITERATURE REVIEW ………………………………………………………………. TRADITIONAL IR SYSTEM INCLUDING DISCUSSION OF THE TRADITIONAL PUBLIC SECTOR MODEL ………………………………………… ANALYSIS AND FINDINGS...
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  • Collective Bargaining Methods
     INTRODUCTION Collective bargaining is specifically an industrial relations mechanism or tool, and is an aspect of negotiation, applicable to the employment relationship (Silva, 1996). Collective bargaining is a process of negotiations between...
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  • International Business
    INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS IN SOUTHERN AFRICA: THE CHALLENGE OF CHANGE Tayo Fashoyin Southern Africa Multidisciplinary Advisory Team International Labour Organization Harare, Zimbabwe August 1998 Contents Preface Acknowledgements 1 Introduction: Changing Contextual Environment...
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     Assignment on “Industrial Relations in Bangladesh” Submitted To Professor Dr. Moniruzzaman Course Teacher Dept: Business Administration Stamford University Bangladesh Submitted by Submitted Date Date: 10/04/2014 Letter of Transmittal April 10, 2014 Professor Dr. Moniruzzaman ...
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  • Challeges in Human Reourse Management
    executive table. This recognition requires an organization to invest beyond the traditional “personnel management” activities of recruitment, employee relations, compensation and training. What has emerged is a more strategic and integrated approach that looks at an organization’s vision for the future, the...
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  • The Way Employee Union Are Organized in Malaysia
    INTRODUCTION In the eye of history, Malaysian industrial relations undergo some valuable changes with the expanding European capitalism through Industrial Revolution from the early sixteenth century. Various parts of what is now Malaysia came under British rule some time during the nineteenth century...
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  • Labour
      LABOUR RELATIONS AND HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT: AN OVERVIEW     Anne Trebilcock     Labour or Industrial Relations The term labour relations, also known as industrial relations, refers to the system in which employers, workers and their representatives and, directly or indirectly, the...
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  • “Consider the Nature and Usefulness of Kalecki’s Approach to the Financing of Development in Underdeveloped Countries.”
    economist Michal Kalecki devised his approach to the financing of development in underdeveloped countries in the 1950s, publishing his paper “The Problem of Financing Economic Development” in 1954. His analysis focuses on the importance of increasing productive capacity in developing countries, and...
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  • India
    Journal of Industrial Relations http://jir.sagepub.com The Indian Industrial Relations System: Struggling to Address the Dynamics of a Globalizing Economy Elizabeth Hill JIR 2009; 51; 395 DOI: 10.1177/0022185609104305 The online version of this article can be found at: http://jir.sagepub.com/cgi/content/abstract/51/3/395 ...
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    Terrorism in South Asia: Impact on Indo-Pakistan Relations 8. India as a factor in Pakistan-Afghanistan Relations-post 9/11 9. US-Pakistan Relations Under Obama Administration and its Implications 10. US as a factor in Pak-Afghan Relations in the Post 9/11 Scenario 11. US Policy...
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  • Monetary and Fiscal Policy
    monitoring and evaluation of Plans and programmes for the larger and medium industries for the Annual and Five Year Plans in respect of both the Central Sector and States /UT's . The industry groups /industries being dealt with by the Division include engineering industries like capital goods industry, steel...
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  • Ms-24
    Explain the constitutional and legal framework of Industrial Relations. Discuss how constitutional and legal framework is being used in maintaining effective employment relations citing examples from your organization or any organization you are familiar with. Briefly describe the organization you are...
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  • Business
    Home About Us Advertise Contact us  Friday 31st July 2009 [pic]     .Reviews Advertising Management Finance Management Industrial Relations List of MBA Colleges Marketing Management Office Administration Office Management Organisational Behaviour Organisational...
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    ALLAMA IQBAL OPEN UNIVERSITY ISLAMABAD (Department of Business Administration) Course: Labor Management Relations (821) Semester: Autumn 2010 Level: MBA CHECKLIST This packet comprises the following material: 1) Text book 2) Assignments # 1 & 2 3) Course outline ...
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  • Causes of World War 1 and Its Failures
    INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS IN SOUTHERN AFRICA: THE CHALLENGE OF CHANGE Tayo Fashoyin Southern Africa Multidisciplinary Advisory Team International Labour Organization Harare, Zimbabwe August 1998 Contents Preface Acknowledgements 1 Introduction:...
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  • Labour Relation Approach
    Labour Relation Approach and Issues Labour relation or what we call industrial relation is the heart of any industrial system. It is know as the relation between employees and employers of a company. For a successful growth of business of big or small firm this relation are needed to be smooth and...
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  • Corporate Governance
    HARMONIOUS industrial relations is one of the essential ingredients of workers productivity. Whether in private or public sector, the employers of labour are expected to ensure a stabilized system of industrial relations in which the expected goals of an institution, organisation or a department are...
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