• 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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  • A Study on the Employee Welfare Measures Ai Nagarjuna Ayurvedic Herbal Concentratesltd
    CHAPTER-1 INTRODUCTION Introduction Welfare is a comprehensive term refers to the physical moral, mental and emotional well being of an individual. Labour welfare is an extension of the term welfare and its application to labour . The concept of labour welfare
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    RASHTRASANT TUKADOJI MAHARAJ NAGPUR UNIVERSITY (Established by Government of Central Provinces Education Department by Notification No. 513 dated the 1 st of August, 1923 & presently a State University governed by Maharashtra Universities Act, 1994) _____________________________________________
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    CHAPTER I 1.1 INTRODUCTION: Employee welfare is an important facet of industrial relations, the extra dimension, giving satisfaction to the worker in a way which even s a good wage cannot. With the growth of industrialization and mechanization, it has acquired added importance. The workers i
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    1.1 INTRODUCTION This is a study on Employee Welfare Measures with reference to JKM AUTOMOTIVE (A DIVISION OF DYNAMATIC TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED) designs and builds highly engineered products for Automotive, Aeronautic, and Hydraulic and Security applications. With futuristic design, engineering a
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    Questionnaire on Employee Welfare Measures Q1. From how many years you are working with this Organization? a. 0-5 Years b. 5-10 Years c. 10 to 15 Years d. More than 15 Years Q2. How do you rate the Working Environment of the Organization? a. Highly Satisfactory b. Satisfactory...
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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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    Annotated Bibliography (Synopsis) Citation Detert, J.R., Schroeder, R.G., & Mauriel, J.J. (2000). A framework for linking culture and improvement initiatives in organizations. Academy of Management Review, 25(4), 850-863. Article Overview This article presented an analysis of the dimens
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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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  • 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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  • Implementing Performance Measurement Systems: a Literature Review
    Int. J. Business Performance Management, Vol. 5, No. 1, 2003 1 Implementing performance measurement systems: a literature review Mike Bourne* and Andy Neely Centre for Business Performance, School of Management, Cranfield University, Cranfield, MK43 0AL, UK E-mail: m.bourne@cranfield.ac.uk *C
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    Topic and Construct Definition This Literature Review focuses on the implementation of work -life balance policies and the effects they have on organisations. As defined by Lockwood (2003) work-life balance is “a state of equilibrium in which the demands of both a person’s job and personal life
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    LITERATURE REVIEW We take extensive literature review study that was relevant to our research concepts and help us to sort out different factors, reviews and sources that are attributable to workload and employee performance. Over workload is the major cause of work related stress which is the glob
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  • Review of Employee Voice and Leadership
    Review of Leadership behaviour and employee voice Detert and Burris (2007) (henceforth referred to as authors) have carried out a quantitative research to investigate the relationship between two types of change-oriented leadership (managerial openness and transformational leadership) and the emp
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  • Measuring the Impact of Outdoor Management Development- a Literature Review
    Measuring the Impact of Outdoor Management Development- A Literature Review Abstract Despite the increase in popularity of Outdoor management development courses, there is a significant lack in proof of the effectiveness of an OMD. This paper looks at the various researches that has been done in
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  • Employee Welfare Facilities
    Introduction The principle source of any organization is the people managing its people are the most important aspect of managing organization. No longer is manpower one of the resources in industries or business and establishment. It is the most important of all resources. Manpower is that r
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  • Managing and Organizing for Innovation in Service Firms a Literature Review with Annotated Bibliography
    v i n n o va r e p o r t vr 2009:06 managing and organizing for innovation in service firms A literature review with annotated bibliography annika schilling & andreas Werr stockholm school of economics Title: Managing and Organizing for Innovation in Service Firms. A literature review wit
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    Employee welfare Our human resources system and welfare programs As the driving force for putting Astellas’ business philosophy into practice, employees are the stakeholders most deeply involved in Company efforts. Therefore, Astellas positions “Employees” as one of the most important factor
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