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  • Discipline Effective Discipline

    Discipline Subtitle: Classroom Discipline A Research work In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Course EMGT 210 - Human Behavior in Organization TABLE OF CONTENTS Page TITLE PAGE ……………………………………………………………………… 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS………………………………………………………….. 2 OBJECTIVES OF THE RESEARCH WORK………………………….……….. 3 TOPIC INTRODUCTION…………………………………………………………………. 4 DISCUSSION

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  • Principles of Discipline

    EMPLOYEE DISCIPLINE‚ COMPLAINTS AND GRIEVANCES MICHAEL L. PROTACIO Employee discipline: Employee discipline According to Richard D. Calhoon‚ “Discipline is the force that prompts individuals or groups to observe rules‚ regulations‚ standards and procedures deemed necessary for an organization.” Therefore discipline means securing consistent behaviour in accordance with the accepted norms of behaviour. I am sure you will agree that discipline is essential in every aspect of life. It is equally

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  • Assignment On Discipline

    (2007). Consistency in employee discipline: An empirical exploration. [Online] Available: http://www.google.co.za/Article_ID =10.1108/00483480810839996 Holley‚ W.‚ Jennings‚ K.‚ & Walters‚ R. (2008). The Labor Relations Process‚ (9th edition). Mason‚ OH: South-Western Cengage Learning. Imel‚ J.L. (2011). Organizational Effects of Inconsistent Discipline. Retrieved from http//www.usfa.fema.gov/pdf/eford/efo45603.pdf. Jones‚ C.‚ & Saundry‚ R. (2011). The practice of discipline: evaluating the roles and relationship

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  • Values of Discipline

    XI – IIT Synopsis: * Introduction * Importance of discipline * Nature – the foundation for all discipline * Discipline in a student’s life * Aspects of discipline in one’s life * A world with no discipline * Conclusion Introduction: Discipline means training of the mind so as to make it accept willingly the control of rules or orders. In short‚ it is spontaneous obedience

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  • Discipline in Workplace

    Discipline issues This disciplinary system is developed for Prince Waterhouse Coopers (PWC) to make positive and negative discipline process and procedures for three issues insubordination‚ absenteeism‚ and personal use of company’s resources. Insubordination Insubordination refers to any employee disrespectfulness of defiant which include employees’ rejection for superior direct orders‚ ignore work duties on purpose‚ or uses offensive language to others. Positive discipline issues Provide

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  • Discipline & Grievance

    Discipline and grievance at work Introduction Discipline and grievance procedures Organisations should set standards of performance and conduct reinforced by company rules. Problems when standards are not met or where grievances are raised by employees may often be dealt with informally but if a formal approach is needed then procedures help employers to be fair and consistent. Disciplinary procedures may be used for problems with employees’ conduct or performance although some organisations

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  • Discipline as a Soldier

    Anonymous 20 November 2012 Discipline Discipline is the most useful quality. It means to act in an orderly manner‚ to act strictly according to principle. Discipline involves the ability to obey and follow simple task‚ orders‚ or request. Discipline is something you acquire through years of being taught‚ from young to old discipline should be a huge factor of your life. It should be something you live by and use often. Discipline leads to success in everything you do from school‚ or sports

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  • Self Discipline

    SELF DISCIPLINE BRINGS HONOUR "Their’s is not to question where and why Their’s is to make no reply Their’s is to just do or die Thus rode the six hundred". Mr president sir‚ these were a few lines from Lord Alfred Tennyson’s famous poem " The Charge of the Light Brigade" . These verses always take my imagination to the Crimean Peninsuala back in nineteenth cenyury. I visualize a force of about six hundred riders confronting a huge legion. This is the last stand of the famous Light Brigade

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  • Time and Discipline

    What is Discipleship | |   What is discipleship and what is Jesus calling us to in Matthew 28:18-20?     Is this a command‚ or a suggestion; does it mean we are just to evangelize and let people find their faith on their own‚ or does this mean we are to lead others and teach the precepts of the Scriptures and the character of our Lord? Does it require obedience and action on our part‚ or are we disciples just by being a Christian and being in a church on Sundays?   What is Discipleship

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  • Motivation and Discipline

    Article on Discipline Discipline is not only necessary but also vital for any civilized society‚ as a matter of fact‚ discipline and Nature are synonymous with each other and whenever anything happens‚ which defies or interrupts the usual in Nature‚ it becomes a calamity‚ and similarly life without discipline can become chaotic. The term ‘discipline’ means any training intended to develop moral character or produce a particular pattern of behavior accepted by afferent institutions and society

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