REPORT ON SUSTAINABLE EMPLOYER-EMPLOYEE RELATIONSHIP
PRACTICES OF Companies.
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Purpose of the report
I would like to express my gratitude to my lecturer Mr. Ishri Haniffa for the useful comments, remarks and engagement through the learning process of this lesson. Furthermore I like to thank the participants in my survey, who have willingly shared their precious time during the process of interviewing. I would like to thank my loved ones, who have supported me throughout entire process, both by keeping me harmonious and helping me putting pieces together. I will be grateful forever for your love.
ADEA: Age Discrimination in Employment Act
ASTD: American Society for Training and Development
DOL: Department of Labor
EAP: Employee Assistance Program
EEO: Equal Employment Opportunity
EEOC: Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
EI: Employee Involvement
EI: Emotional Intelligence
EPA: Equal Pay Act
FLSA: Fair Labor Standards Act
FMLA: Family Medical Leave Act
FSA: Flexible Spending Account (Healthcare)
GPHR: Global Professional in Human Resources
HIPAA: Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996
HMO: Health Maintenance Organization
HR: Human Resources, Human Resource
HRCI: HR Certification Institute
HRD: Human Resources Development, Human Resource Development
HRIS: Human Resources Information System
HRM: Human Resources Management, Human Resource Management
HRMS: Human Resources Management System
HSA: Health Savings Account
IRCA: Immigration Reform and Control Act
IRS: Internal Revenue Service
LOA: Leave of Absence
LTD: Long Term Disability
NLRB: National Labor Relations Board
NEO: New Employee Orientation
OE: Open Enrollment for Benefits
PHR: Professional in Human Resources
PIP: Performance Improvement Plan
PM: Performance Management, Project Management
PPO: Preferred Provider Organization
SBA: Small Business Administration
SHRM: Society for Human Resources Management
SPHR: Senior Professional in Human Resources
SSN or SS#: Social Security Number
STD: Short Term Disability
UMP: Unfair Management Practices
ULP: Unfair Labour Practices
WARN: Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act
W.L.B: Work Life Balance
The employment relationship is the heart of any industrial relations system. It is the relationship between the employer and the employee. A successful employment relationship has always been the foundation of any successful business or organization no matter how big or small. This report identifies, discusses and evaluates how the idea of Employee relation study can be used by employers to manage sustainable Employer-Employee relationship practices in their organization.
The main purpose of this report is to match the idea of Employee relationship study to a traditional organization in order to create the most pleasant, productive and peaceful working environment.
The organization which I selected to do this research is “Meezan Group Of Companies” (where I currently work) The Brand name “Meezan” way back in 1925. They first stepped into the trade of tea when he purchased the Ancoombra Tea Factory along with its plantations in 1946. This is the same area where the late Mr. Henry Steven first introduced tea in the year 1864. It is interesting to note that Mr....
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