• Employee Engagement- Brief Literature Review
    LITERATURE REVIEW On Employee Engagement In today’s age where companies are losing talent with every passing day, it’s not enough to keep employees only happy and satisfied. To retain employees it is also imperative to engage them suitably. An engaged employee is someone who is on a mission...
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  • Employee Retention
    Introduction The topic we are doing our research paper on is “Employee Retention in IT industry-India.” Employee retention is a process in which employees are encouraged to stay loyal to an organization for a maximum period of time. It involves designing strategies by employers for their organ...
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  • Dissertation on Employee Retention Techniques
    EMPLOYEE RETENSION AND HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT A CASE STUDY OF ICELAND UNITED KINGDOM, ENGLAND, LONDON (STORES: LAYTONSTONE & GANTS HILL). By MBA STUDENT ADNAN USMAN STUDENT NUMBER: 109811 A DISSERTATION PRESENTED IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE MASTER OF BUSI...
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  • An Effectiveness of Human Resource Management Practices on Employee Retention in Institute of Higher Learning: - a Regression Analysis
    An Effectiveness of Human Resource Management Practices on Employee Retention in Institute of Higher learning: - A Regression Analysis Eric Ng Chee Hong Faculty of Business and Finance Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman Kampar, 41900, Malaysia eric_ng0530@hotmail.com Lam Zheng Hao Faculty of Bus...
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  • Employee Motivation Is Critical to the Success of an Organization. Discuss How Managers Motivate Their Employees by Using the Herzberg’s Motivation-Hygiene Theory. Illustrate Your Answer with Academic Literature Review and Examples.
    Introduction The job of a manager in the workplace is to get things done through employees. For doing this managers should be able to motivate the employees. One of the most important yet difficult responsibilities of a leader in any organisation is motivating staff (Staren, 2009, pp.74-77). Well m...
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  • The Relationship Between Structure Mentoring Programs and the Retention of New Graduate Nurses: a Literature Review
    Abstract The issue of new graduate nurse retention remains a challenge in many healthcare facilities. More than 50% of new graduate nurses leave their first employment in less than...
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  • Literature Review
    Objective For the articles in my Literature Review, I have chosen one objective from my research proposal. The objective that I have chosen is the following „« To inform Pizza Hut about the value of motivation and ways to motivate its employees Reviving staff spirit: a key to impressive servi...
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  • . a Critical Literature Review on an Organizational Issue Which Requires Intervention by Top Strategic Team of the Organisation.
    . A critical literature review on an organizational issue which requires intervention by top strategic team of the organisation. Strategic change In the world of new technology, transforming economy, shifting demographic, fluctuating customer taste, and dynamic competition, it is necessary for...
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  • Strategic Information Systems Planning (Literature Review)
    Literature Review on Strategic Information Systems Planning Contents 1. Introduction 2. Evolution of SISP 3. Stages of SISP 3.1 Inverted U- curve: Law of diminishing returns 3.2 Optimization of planning process 4. Factors influencing decision-making 4.1 Environmental fac...
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  • Outsourcing Strategy: a Recent Literature Review and Model Update
    OUTSOURCING STRATEGY: A RECENT LITERATURE REVIEW AND MODEL UPDATE By LINA FERIA BUAD 591 CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, FULLERTON Abstract The importance of including an outsourcing strategy in the overall firm's operations has become increasingly important over the last decade. Companies...
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  • Leadership Literature Review
    Introduction There has been a considerable body of literature dedicated to assisting organisational leaders in their endeavours to implement change (Holt, Self, Thal & Lo 2002). Many authors concur that the prime task of leaders is to bring about change and that leadership and change management ar...
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  • Csr Literature Review
    Literature Review Evolution of theory of CSR1 The 50s The connection between corporations and society has been to industrialists’ mind since the age of Henry Ford, if not before but the first effort to theorize this relationship has been made by Howard Bowen’s Social Responsibilities of...
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  • Modern Leadership: Trust & Empowerment - a Literature Review and Discussion
    Modern Leadership 1 PMN 6043 LEADERSHIP IN ORGANIZATION MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION UNIVERSITI UTARA MALAYSIA Modern Leadership 2 DECLARATION I hereby declare that the project paper is based on my original work except for quotations and citations that have been duly acknowle...
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  • Marketing Literature Review
    LITERATURE REVIEW Table of Contents Page • Marketing as a management Function 3 • Integration of marketing Function 7 • Changes in Business Environment 10 • Marketing Challenges 15 • Bibliography 21 Marketing as a Management Functi...
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  • Literature Review
    Literature Review 1. Organisational Stressors and Job Stress among Managers: the Moderating role of neuroticism The writer of the article has identified and explored the five different organisational variables: role conflict, blocked career, alienation work load and unfavourable work environment...
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  • Employee Retention
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  • Literature Review on Corporate Culture
    Management Literature Review “During the 1980s the concept of corporate culture captured the imagination of management researchers and practitioners alike. In particular, Peters and Waterman’s (1982) book entitled In Search of Excellence: Lessons from America’s Best-Run Companies proclaimed...
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  • Literature Review on Performance Management
    CHAPTER TWO 2.0 LITERATURE REVIEW 2.1 Introduction Over the last two decades, Performance Information, its implementation and presentation to the end users which directly refers to the subject of performance measurement (PM) has gained increasing interest and recogn...
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  • Mandatory Audit Firm Rotation – a Literature Review
    Mandatory Audit Firm Rotation – A Literature Review Introduction Since the passing of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, much debate has occurred concerning mandatory auditor rotation for publicly held companies. Most corporate scandal involves dishonest or questionable accounting. This realizati...
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  • Employee Retention Analysis
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