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EVALUATING HR SYSTEMS

21 Sep 2017

In their article entitled What is HR Good For, Anyway? published in the July/August 2003 issue of Across the Board, Edward Lawler and Mike OMalley argued that human resources is unique among other departments or divisions of the organization because of its ability to provide “expert opinion on human behavior”. Moreover, Lawler and OMalley identified the role of human resources as one that “tactfully challenge and refocus baseless conceptualizations of behavior, regardless of the status of the speaker and the seeming conviction behind his words”.

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I Wanted to Become a Teacher

11 Jan 2017

The globalization trend that the world has been tracking should encourage me to pursue a career that will surely fit with the modern economy and social trend. I should be encouraged to become an electronics communications engineer, a medical practitioner or pursue a business course since these are professions that will somehow ensure my financial stability when the right time comes. Yet with my mother as a teacher, the profession that is generally the last thing on a high school student’s list of careers to consider, I am having the teaching profession as the only career to consider.

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Changing Role of HR Management

11 Jan 2017

The need for a more efficient, economical and equitable management of the human resources in business and industry has never been as pronounced as it is today. This need has been brought about by factors which inevitably affect not only the established structures and ways of doing things within the personal area but also by the more meaningful and substantial task of managing the organization’s most important asset - the human resource (Levinson, 2004; Read, 2004) .

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Smoking in the Workplace

04 Jan 2017

Since1998, the U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Heath Administration (OSHA) had been studying the effects of Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS) through their scientific workshops. ETS or much commonly known as second hand smoke or passive smoke is a known human carcinogen according to the American Heart Association. Carcinogen is the collective term to all substance that is scientifically proven to cause cancer.

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Summar & Synthesis

28 Dec 2016

The real importance of malls as structures and its other facets were elaborated and critically analyzed by Gutterson in his article. Assessing the capabilities of malls to exhaust different responses among patrons and visitors were given point by point by Gutterson. In the end, malls can exhibit different potentials and characteristics that affect inpiduals in a certain way. More than just a place for leisure, malls can create different feelings among inpiduals.

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People-Person Profession

27 Dec 2016

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The Lack of Effective Labor

27 Dec 2016

Introduction

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Cause and Effect

22 Dec 2016

The most important factors that contribute to job satisfaction are the following: 1) if the job is financially rewarding; 2) if the job offers room for growth; and 3) if the job is interesting for the employee or if the employee loves her or his job (Mayo.. n.p.).

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Industrial Relations

21 Dec 2016

Mining industry in Australia attracts a lot of attention for it is a chief contributor to the Australian economy and also the world’s leading foreign investor. The mining industry was characterized by quarrels and bargains at the place of work. The local workers unions were considered important for implementing or enforcing the plans and arrangements of the place of work. The working place act, later provided for collective agreement without the involvement of the unions. The sartorial wage differences and working conditions was a source of dispute in the mining industry. For example coal sector workers enjoyed better and higher working conditions and pay respectively, compared to those working in the metalliferous sector.

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HR Best Practices in Recruitment

20 Dec 2016

For the recruiting process to work effectively there must be a significant pool of candidates to choose from-and the more persity within that group the better. Achieving a satisfactory pool of candidates, however, may not be that easy, especially in a tight labor market. For example, CDI, the largest engineering services firm in the United States, was having difficulty filling such jobs as product designer and computer modelers. As an incentive to boost the number of applicants, the company offered a drawing for a multipurpose vehicle, or a Caribbean cruise for two, to those qualified inpiduals who sent resumes (Martin, 1994). The first goal of recruiting, then, is to communicate the position in such a way that job seekers respond. The more applications received, the better the recruiter’s chances for finding an inpidual who is best suited to the job requirements. In this paper we would be discussing about the best practices in recruitment.

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