• Research
    important factor in which HBL believes is team work. Literature Review: A literature review looking at the links between employee participation, company performance and the quality of working life. This report assesses existing research evidence on links between employee participation in...
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  • Employee Welfare
    REVIEW OF LITERATURE Human Resource Management is the process of procuring, developing, maintaining, and controlling human resources for effective achievement of organizational goals. This project is focused on employee welfare measure and employee morale. 2.1 EMPLOYEE WELFARE – DEFINITION...
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  • Safety and Welfare Reviews
    CHAPTER II REVIEW OF LITERATURE 3.1 PREVIOUS STUDIES Pedalina and Gamboa (1987) made a study on the effectiveness of the safety and welfare measures in BHEL in the analysis the author traces that, providing proper safety and welfare measures to the employees will increase the efficiency in...
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  • Researh Paper on Employees Satisfaction Towards Welfare Measures
    CHAPTER I   STUDY OF EMPLOYEES SATIAFACTION TOWARDS WELFARE MEASURES OF VOLVO EICHER MOTOR INTRODUCTION Employee retention has become a critical issue facing every organization today. Frustration, dissatisfied, burn out and turnover among staff have grown, resulting in...
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  • To Study the Impact of Employee Welfare Scheme of Phenix Varco
    EMPLOYEES | | 5.9 | STATUS OF GRIEVANCE HANDLING IN THE COMPANY | | 5.10 | WORK SATISFACTION LEVELOF THE EMPLOYEE | | 5.11 | SATISFACTION OF EMPLOYEES ABOUT WELFARE MEASURES | | DECLARATION We HARSHAD BAROT & VIDHI PATEL, hereby declare that the project titled “To Study the...
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  • Quality Work Life
    number of ways. It has made my topic more interesting and has thrown light on various aspects of quality of work life. The literature review helped in identifying various employee welfare measures and their significance on the quality of work life of employees. It gives insight on the best...
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  • Project Welfare Measures
    becoming aware of their workers needs and are taking effective measures to improve their morale and self worth by the various Labour Welfare measures both the statutory and voluntary. The reason being the increasing awareness created globally, by the initiative of ILO, and other organizations, the...
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  • The Development of Middle Eastern Companies
    measures. The BSC can be used with five or 5,000 employees working toward the same goals (Gumbus and Johnson 2003; Green et al. 2002). However, a review of the literature, from January 2000 to September 2003, of the Journal of Small Business Management, Journal of Business Venturing...
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  • Welfare
    and spouse dependants subsidies, retired employees' benefits and other benefits etc. REVIEW OF LITERATURE 1.3. REVIEW OF LITERATURE LABOR WELFARE: Welfare includes anything that is done for the comfort and improvement of employees and is provided over and above the wages...
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  • Challenges in Pharma Recruitement
    proceed with incomplete data. ▪ An in-depth study was not possible due lack of liberty and lack co-operation by respondents. CHAPTER-2 LITERATURE SURVEY 2.1. REVIEW OF LITERATURE Coleman believes that “contractual...
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  • Research Project
    identify the support working conditions in Tata Motors. ❖ To know the welfare measures. ❖ To analyze the employee engagement in TATA MOTORS. ❖ To study and understand the job satisfaction among the employees. SCOPE OF STUDY Tata Motors Limited...
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  • Literature Review Shift Work
    this type of employment (Deori 2012). Studies have also revealed that working long hours and engaging in shift work can negatively impact upon one’s health and wellbeing compared to day workers (Keller 2009). While the literature covers an extensive diversity of such theories, this review will...
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  • ratio analysis
    status of the employees. SAMPLE DESIGN Questionnaires are collected from the employees who are all the beneficiary of the welfare measures. Questionnaires are collected from each department from the willing employees. The selected sample size is 50 and convenient sampling method is adapted...
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  • Revieof Litrature O
    me a practical exposure to upgrade my knowledge. CHAPTER II REVIEW OF LITERATURE 2.1 DEFINITION OF EMPLOYEE WELFARE The ILO (International Labour Organization) defined, “welfare as a term which is understood to include such services and amenities as...
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  • “Good Corporate Governance as a Vital Constituent of Corporate Social Responsibility” with Reference to Indian Mncs
    to measure the result. Secondary Literature survey is used for data collection method. This research is aimed at very wide exploration of view and this research is an interactive in nature and also open ended. Review of Literature Introduction During the process of Liberalisation, Globalisation...
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  • Succession Planinng
    knowledge of the company and its process. The project later moves ahead and introduces the company history, and product range. Further ahead the project work speaks about the review of literature and I studied the literature on welfare which I could collect through books and websites. It also includes...
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  • Labor Welfare Activities in Textile Industry
    Measures The company has provided the employees with sufficient number of safety equipments, fire Extinguishers, Emergency Exits to ensure the safety of the employees in their working environment in the organization. 1.4 EMPLOYEE WELFARE Organizations provide welfare facilities to their employees...
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  • Effect of Employee Turnover in the Tourist Sector
    (Deery 2000). When the turnover rate is high then more workers will be replaced by the organization, a doing that is pricey. 2.0. Literature Review 2.1. The Impact of Labor Turnover in the Tourism Sector in the US The US is amid the leading nations with tourism sectors. As a matter fact, the...
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  • MAKING BUSINESS STRATEGY AS A MANAGER AND LEADER
    employee welfare schemes can be classified into two categories viz. statutory and non-statutory welfare schemes. The statutory schemes are those schemes that are compulsory to provide by an organization as compliance to the laws governing employee health and safety. These include provisions provided...
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  • Related Literature
    CHAPTER II. REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE The purpose of this study was to develop a conceptual model that describes the relationship between personal financial wellness and employee job productivity and test a part of the model. This chapter presents the review of related research of the components...
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