• Employees Training and Development in Banking Sector
    1.Introduction Of Employee Training & HR Development You are a DIY person and you want to find out everything about starting and operating a business. There are so many resources out there and you are overwhelmed by the amount of information you need to absorb. Besides, which sources a...
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  • Does Knowledge Sharing Pay a Multinational Subsidiary Perspective on Knowledge Outflows
    DOES KNOWLEDGE SHARING PAY? A MULTINATIONAL SUBSIDIARY PERSPECTIVE ON KNOWLEDGE OUTFLOWS Volker Mahnke, Torben Pedersen and Markus Venzin ABSTRACT This empirical study explores knowledge outflows from MNE subsidiaries and its impact on subsidiary performance. We develop hypotheses derived from l...
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  • Poaching in Africa
    A Continental Crisis: Poaching in Africa The verb poaching, according to the Oxford Dictionary, is defined as, “[to] illegally hunt or catch (game or fish) on land that is not one’s own or in contravention of official protection.” While this definition is quite solid, it does not convey...
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  • Report on “Employees Motivation Applied in Square Pharmaceuticals Ltd.” by Rana (Aiub)
    Letter of Transmittal 12th July, 2010 To Samia Shabnaz Course Instructor Human Resource Management American International University Bangladesh Banani, Dhaka Sub: Report Submission on “Employees motivation applied in Square Pharmaceuticals Ltd.” Dear Madam, The course which we a...
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  • Compare and Contrast Scientific Management and Human Relations Approaches to Designing Work and Motivating Employees’
    popare poaching employees from other companies to overcome skills shortages, but that is hardly a long-term solution. Increasingly, Chinese companies are adopting the types of HR strategies familiar to US organizations, as well as beginning to tie pay to performance and to reward top producers in cr...
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  • The Paradox of Employee Poaching in India
    The Paradox of Employee Poaching in India “Some 1.3 million people applied to tech-services giant Infosys Technologies Ltd. in 2006, but the company says only 2% of those were employable.” “According to a 2005 McKinsey study, only 25 per cent of our engineering graduates, 15 per cent of...
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  • Miles Kimball a Subsidiary of Blyth, Inc.
    Miles Kimball A Subsidiary of Blyth, Inc. Abstract While the Miles Kimball Company started off 70 years ago as an idea for printed Christmas cards the company has achieved many milestone goals. It has become the leading direct marketer of gifts, cards and household products. Miles Kim...
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  • Why Do Employees at Firms Such as Apple Computer Work so Hard and Put in Such Long Hours ?
    Case 01 Because of downsizing of apple computers survivors has no other option except working hard and long hours to protect their job. The management also has big role to change workers perception to work hard and long hours otherwise workers will stressed and withdrawal behavior may occur. As sta...
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  • Employees in Dubai
    Introduction Employment relations in Dubai have changed for the better. This is evident in management practices, union organization, bargaining power etc. The essay shall examine employment relations in Dubai under the latter mentioned lenses. However, before exploring these issues, it is necessary...
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  • Gaming and Poaching
    What is best for an organization when considering expanding and development of its activities, to be a ‘Poacher or a Game keeper’? This essay relates to suitable approaches organization might take / do take when recruiting staff. This is a question regarding whether to obtain new staff ex...
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  • Impact of Employees Turnover
    A Conceptual Model of Expatriate Turnover Author(s): Earl Naumann Reviewed work(s): Source: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 23, No. 3 (3rd Qtr., 1992), pp. 499-531 Published by: Palgrave Macmillan Journals Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/155094 . Accessed: 09/10/2012 02...
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  • Impact of Training on the Performance of Employees
    SYLLABUS           SYLLABUS  (Regular 2 Years Semester System Program)               MBA  MBA (Regular 2 Years Program)    Biju Patnaik University of Technology, Orissa  Rourkela  Biju Patnaik University of Technology, Orissa Rourkela COURSE STRUCTU...
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  • Organizational Commitment of Chinese Employees in Foreign-Invested Firms
    This article was downloaded by: [INASP - Pakistan (PERI)] On: 29 September 2012, At: 06:15 Publisher: Routledge Informa Ltd Registered in England and Wales Registered Number: 1072954 Registered office: Mortimer House, 37-41 Mortimer Street, London W1T 3JH, UK The...
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  • As the Hrm Director in a British Multinational Company Which Specific Factors Would You Take Into Account When Recruiting and Deploying Managers to Work in an Overseas Subsidiary?
    Title: As the HRM Director in a British multinational company which specific factors would you take into account when recruiting and deploying managers to work in an overseas subsidiary? 1.0 introduction International recruitment is part of International Human Resource Management (IHRM) practic...
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  • “ Glass-Ceiling “ for the Local Employees Working in Mnc
    MGMT 485 Contemporary Topics in Human Resources Management “ Glass-ceiling “ for the local employees working in MNC C o n t e n t Introduction ------------------------------------------------------------- 3 - 5 Literature review -------------------------...
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  • Training and Development of Employees
    Bahria University Karachi Campus Human Resource Development (HRD) Questionnaire Respondent’s Name: ________ ___________________ Organization: __________________________Division/Department: ___________________ Position/Designation: ____________________ Date: ______________________ I...
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  • Impact of Job Rotation on Employees Performance
    Assignment of Advance Auditing Task: Difference Internal and External Audit. Submitted to: HamzaSiddiq BushraNaeem Section: A3 Roll No: 0072 Submitted by: Definition Of Audit: “An audit is a person appointed to examine the books of account and the account of the registered company...
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  • Poaching
    I believe that Poaching, with exclusive focus on the hiring of individuals for their skills, knowledge, and expertise, and not trade secrets specific to their employer, is not a breach of law and it is certainly not unethical. It could merely be called a breach of trust by the employee in employer-e...
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  • An Orientation of ‘Total Petrocemicals’ Sri Lankan Subsidiary
    AN ORIENTATION OF ‘TOTAL PETROCEMICALS’ SRI LANKAN SUBSIDIARY International Business Module Tutor: Prof. Malcolm Bennison STUDENT NAME: P.L.A.Sameera Cooray STUDENT ID: 0006PMPM0811 Course: MBAE Institution: British School of Commerce Colombo. Date Submitted: 19th Ap...
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  • What Is Merger and Acquisition and What Are Some Effects on Employees?
    What is Merger and Acquisition and what are some Effects on Employees? Abrom B. Cooper BUSN601 Global Management Perspective Professor: Brenda Harper May 9, 2010 Introduction This research paper is about Mergers and Acquisitions and the effects and consequences it has on employees....
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