• Impact of Employee Turnover on Sustainable Growth of Organization in Computer Graphics Sector of Karachi, Pakistan Fahad Abdali Director, South Asian Resources Group, Karachi – Pakistan
    Afro Asian Journal of Social Sciences Volume 2, No. 2.4 Quarter IV 2011 ISSN 2229 - 5313 Impact of Employee Turnover on Sustainable Growth of Organization in Computer Graphics Sector of Karachi, Pakistan Fahad Abdali Director, South Asian Resources Group, Karachi – Pakistan Abstract The ov...
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  • Employee Assistance Programs
    Implementing Employee Assistance Programs Introduction When the average employee hears the words "employee assistance programs", he may immediately think of medical benefits. Another employee may think of Workers Compensation. Yet another may think of further training for possible advancem...
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  • Employee Monitoring at Work
    Employee monitoring at work Outline: Evolution of employee monitoring Why do employers monitor their employees? Workplace Privacy and Employee Monitoring Types of employee monitoring ▪ New way of monitoring Successful implementation of the monitoring system The Law Monitoring should...
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  • Investigating Theft in Retail Organizations
    In an industry where a 1% change in gross margin can mean millions of dollars, retailers have begun focusing greater energy on mitigating losses caused by employee theft. Employee theft has become a problem of increasing significance for retail organizations over the past few decades. In 2004, the...
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  • Employee Engagement
    Employee Engagement: What Do We Really Know? What Do We Need to Know to Take Action? A Collection of White Papers • • • • • • Employee Engagement: I WANT IT, what is it? Employee Engagement and Fairness in the Workplace Old Wine in New Bottles? Engagement and the Bottom Line Emplo...
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  • employee monitoring
    INTRODUCTION Employee monitoring, due to the increase in ethical issue such as cyberloafing sexual harassment, absenteeism, lawsuits and etc., has become more widespread and much easier with the use of new and advance monitoring technologies. Both employers and employees are concerned with...
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  • Employee Retention Strategies
    Overview Overview BPO! One reads the word and myriad of well-groomed youth on calls, fast money, and phenomenal lifestyles seem to flash the mind in a jiffy. That’s just the start. One reads it again, contemplates over it, dives into the unveiled afflictions, and gives it a second thought and...
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  • Role of Communication & Employee Involvement in the Process of an Organizational Change
    1. INTRODUCTION & BACKGROUND 1.1. Introduction Change, in general, indicates any act of making something different. The factors that necessitate change in organizations are broadly categorized into people, technology, information processing and communication, and competition. Some changes in...
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  • The Significance of Employee Engagement in Healthcare
    The Significance of Employee Engagement in Healthcare Abstract The following research paper describes in detail the relevance of employee engagement to a healthcare provider. Engagement of employees is often an overlooked area of focus as hospitals look for ways to improve processes and redu...
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  • Employee Empowerment: an Apprenticeship Model
    Abstract This thesis examines the topic of employee empowerment and seeks to provide a model for its implementation which addresses needs identified in the literature but insufficiently addressed previously. Empowerment is defined as a process whereby: a culture of empowerment is developed,...
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  • Employee Satisfaction in a Government Hospital
    The Importance of Job Satisfaction of Employees in Government Hospital Principal Investigator Team Members: Mrs. Sonia Malik Anurag Gambhir...
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  • Physical Security Clients Assessment
    Physical Security Clients Assessment Physical Security addresses actions to protect buildings, property and assets against intruders. When designing a physical security program, there are three levels that are needed to protect the outer perimeter, inner perimeter and the interior. Implementing two...
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  • Employee Satisfaction
    [pic]Insurance From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This article is about insurance in finance. For the side bet known as "insurance" in the card game of blackjack, see Blackjack#Insurance. |[pic] |This article needs additional citations for verification....
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  • The Physical and Financial Ramifications of Illegal Drug Use in the U.S.
    The Physical and Financial Ramifications of Illegal Drug Use in the U.S. Kenneth H. Mann COM 156 7/15/2012 Kimberly Bargaineer The Physical and Financial Ramifications of Illegal Drug Use in the U.S. In the year 2000 , 49,000 people died from illegal and prescription drug use (McVay...
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  • Physical Geography Test 3
    Phy Geo Ch. 3 Test User | | Course | GEOG 101: Physical Geography(Spring 2013 - 40097) Online | Test | Chapter 3 Test | Started | 2/15/13 11:03 PM | Submitted | 2/16/13 12:34 AM | Status | Completed | Score | 60 out of 100 points   | Time Elapsed | 1 hour, 30 minutes out of...
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  • Criminal Law - Theft & Fraud Notes
    Extract from the 3rd Edition of Lacey, Wells and Quick, Reconstructing Criminal Law (CUP 2003) Chapter 4 II.a.i. The History of Theft William Blackstone’s Commentaries, written in the middle of the eighteenth century, represent one of the first systematic expositions of the common law. His v...
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  • Physical Science
    Name _______________________________________________ Period _____________ Earth/Physical Science Mid-Term Exam Review 1. List the steps of the scientific method in the order they are followed. a. Identify a problem b. Gather information c. Make h...
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  • Physical Education
    PHYSICAL EDUCATION | DEFINITION | BENIFITS | * instruction in the development and care of the body ranging from simple calisthenic exercises to a course of study providing training in hygiene, gymnastics, and the performance and management of athletic games | * Establishes good heart-healt...
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  • Physical Status of a Person
    PBSL 1121-Physical Activity and Health Assignment 1 Ho Tsz Kan 3035045152 Abstract Physical status of a person is very critical because a healthy body would be the most fundamental requirement of human. Especially when getting into University, most of the students would like to put most of th...
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  • Physical Education
    Chapter 10 Basic Concepts of Physical Education True/False 1. Although physical education programs vary from school to school, there is widespread agreement on the basic definition of physical education. Ans: F 2. The most important model for physical education during the 20th century...
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