• HRM PRACTICES IN BANGLADESH
    the Public and Private Sector Industrial Enterprises of Bangladesh: A Comparative Assessment Mir Mohammed Nurul Absar1 and Monowar Mahmood2 This study explored adoption of new HRM practices in the public and private sector organizations of Bangladesh. We collected data from sixty industrial enterprises...
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  • Is the Strike No Longer Necessary?
    necessary? Throughout the years conflict has occurred between managers and workers resulting in industrial action taken either individually or as a collective form. The most favoured form of industrial action is the strike where employees demonstrate the importance of the issue concerned by stopping...
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  • Should Managers or Business Owners Be Able to Exercise Their Managerial Prerogative Without Interference from the Other Actors in the Employment Relationship?
    Employment Relations Individual Essay Should managers or business owners be able to exercise their managerial prerogative without interference from the other actors in the employment relationship? Number of Words: 1304 In the modern time, managerial prerogative is an essential system for most...
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  • Ugc Paper
    Plan Models in India; planning in a market – oriented economy. 4. Public Finance * Role of the Government in Economic activity – Allocation, distribution and stabilization functions; Private, Public and Merit goods. * The Public Budgets – Kinds of Budgets, Zero – base budgeting, different concepts...
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  • Employment Relations in Sweden
    ever changing industrial needs can be the reason of globalisation, the change in needs of people, the change of thoughts about going from the short term benefits rather than the long term benefits are few of the many reason the way business has transformed. But the industrial relation and human resource...
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  • Do You Believe That Trade Unions Have a Future in Australia? If so, Why? If Not, Why Not?
    of trade unions is as an accessory of the state. Having been largely rejected by private sector firms, they nevertheless continue to perform certain functions that are necessary, useful or convenient in public matters. Trade Union Decline To say that union decline began in 1955 might seem perverse...
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  • Labor Management Relations with Main Focus on Oil N Gas Industry of Pakistan
    ALLAMA IQBAL OPEN UNIVERSITY ISLAMABAD (Department of Business Administration) Course: Labor Management Relations (821) Semester: Autumn 2011 Level: MBA CHECKLIST This packet comprises the following material: 1) Text book 2) Assignments # 1 & 2 3) Course outline ...
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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 event...
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  • managing without trade union
    Managing without Trade Union: The Future direction of Industrial Relations in India Introduction: A trade union is an organized group of workers. Its main purpose is to protect and advance the interest of its members. Trade Union representative and professionals provide benefits to Employers...
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  • Industrial Relations
    The Workplace in Transition: A Decade of Change and Challenge John Taylor WARWICK PAPERS IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS NUMBER 97 May 2013 Industrial Relations Research Unit University of Warwick Coventry CV4 7AL Editor’s Foreword This paper publishes the text of the twelfth Warwick-Acas Lowry Lecture...
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  • Collective Bargaring
    course of a span running anywhere from 10, 15, 20 even 35 years, time have in fact changed in away that it is actually sad. As people have so many problems with finding a job and keeping one these days. At some companies or businesses, people have what is known to be a union. If a person decides, he or...
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  • Viewcontent
    Workplace Documents 1-1-2009 Current Status and Evolution of Industrial Relations System in Bangladesh Dr. Abdullah Al Faruque International Labour Organization Al Faruque, Dr. Abdullah, "Current Status and Evolution of Industrial Relations System in Bangladesh" (2009). International Publications....
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  • Apurba
     DEVELOPMENT OF INDUSTRIAL SECTOR OF BANGLADESH April 18, 2008 Prof. Dr. Hasan Imtiaz Chowdhury, Course Instructor, School of business, American International University-Bangladesh...
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  • ir essay
    Journal of Industrial Relations 55(3) 386–402 ! Australian Labour and Employment Relations Association (ALERA) SAGE Publications Ltd, Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, Singapore and Washington DC DOI: 10.1177/0022185613480747 jir.sagepub.com This article examines the industrial relations issues that...
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  • japanese IR
    Japanese Industrial Relations from an International Perspective Dr. Hiromasa Suzuki Professor Emeritus at Waseda University, Associate Researcher at IDHE, France Spectrum of industrial relations systems Industrial relations are deeply embedded in a given national and historical context and collective...
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  • How to Manage the Sick Projects?
    a decision to revive the project, he/she address the core problem for the sickness of the project. Why it become a loss making project? etc. have to be addressed. If it is a internal problem, a feasible solution has to be find. If it is problem availability of raw material, alternatives have to be screened...
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  • Workers Participation in Management
    CHAPTER - I TOPICS ➢ INTRODUCTION ➢ METHODOLOGY ➢ INDUSTRIAL POLICY RESOLUTION OF INDIA 1956 ➢ RESEARCH METHODOLOGY ➢ HYPOSTASIS OF THE STUDY WORKERS PARTICIPATION IN MANAGEMENT- SPECIAL STUDY CHAPTER - I INTRODUCTION: The Word ‘Participation’ has its origin n the Latin...
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  • Unions
    REPRESENT IT'S MEMBERS, WHO ARE USUALLY EMPLOYEE'S. THEY HAVE BEEN AROUND FOR A LONG IN AUSTRALIA AND EXPERIENCED MIXED RESPONSES FROM THE GENERAL PUBLIC AS WELL AS EMPLOYER'S. OBJECTIVES OF A UNION: THE PRIMARY OBJECTIVE OF A UNION IS TO PROVIDE OR IMPROVE THE WELL-BEING OF IT'S MEMBER'S. IT WAS...
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  • Strike Action in Recent Years
    employees at the workplace. Even nowadays, the problem persists. In recent years, it is becoming a major dispute not only in the UK but in the whole world. The dispute arises because of the different demands by workers and employers. This leads to an “industrial action” such as strike activity-when workers...
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  • S.Y.B.A.-Economics Paper - Iii - Indian Economy - Eng
    percent of the population of India. In 1872, 68.5 percent of male population derived their livelihood from land. Further, people who were engaged in industrial occupation had agriculture as a subsidiary occupation. Villages were self sufficient entities. There was a barter system of exchange. The means of...
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