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Personnel Managers Industrial Relations
3,214 wordsThis paper is the result of research into and reflection on the roles carried out by those who are responsible for managing the 'people' function within organisations. Whether these incumbents are called personnel or HR managers is not necessarily important; it is however critical to give recognition to the complexity of the task that faces those who have to take responsibility for this function. This paper raises two inter-related issues. First, in what sorts of activities do personnel managers...
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Successful Career Career Development
459 wordsThe Career Development Model is a step-by-step plan that helps you effectively plan your career and allows you to make decisions based on a large database of information you have collected concerning your future career. In this model there are three stages that one should follow to achieve an accurate picture of where you want to go with your future. In my planning I have completed the first two steps of the model and am currently working on the third in my quest to develop a successful career. ...
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Theory Of Career Development
1,774 wordsThere are many ways to develop theories of career development. Mainly the ideas result from personal experience including but not limited to sociological, economic, family life and environmental conditions. Other reasons why people make career decisions rely on personality and inner self. There are many theories to refer to but as our world changes everyday in many ways so does career development. As we become aware of those changes, we are challenged to develop new theories in order to adapt to...
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Stress Management In The International Workplace
1,314 wordsIn the context of a burgeoning economy and the growing influence of "Americanised" work cultures and practices in a number of workplaces, stress at work has increased in Ireland in recent years. The management of workplace stress is thus an important contemporary issue in 2001. Recent research indicates that deficiencies in the management and organization of work are the main causes of stress at work, and that workplace stress may have a number of negative consequences for workers and employers,...
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Human Resource Management Broad Range
1,775 wordsHuman resource management was not a very popular discipline in the earlier part of the last century. Managers at that time viewed labor force as a commodity to be bought or sold like any other commodity. This type of management was probably effective at its time. But it proved to be short lived, which is evident from the ever-increasing importance of what, is now called Human Resource Management. Human Resource Management is the part of the organization that is concerned with the people dimensio...
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Why Is Organizational Diversity Important
1,853 wordsHistorically, diversity in the workplace has been recognized as an employment equity issue. Now, however, diversity in the workplace is being recognized as a benefit that will contribute to an organizations bottom line. Increased employee and customer satisfaction end up as increased productivity, all of which are measurable outcomes (Goff, 1998). Diversity goes beyond employment equity to nurturing an environment that values the differences and maximizes the potential of all employees, one that...
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Human Resources Management U S Department
1,311 words... d both want to be leaders and / or managers. There seems to be a need to bring about an attitudinal change towards accepting women as managers based on such empirical studies. I thought that the notion of women's inferiority to men is a western idea, contrary to the eastern view that woman is "too strong" in the Indian tradition. Limitations of the study This study is based on students, who have not had much experience in the professional world. They are adults however, and these attitudes a...
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Fight Or Flight Response Stress Responses
1,973 wordsStress by Ashley Strawder I. What Is Stress? Stress is the combination of psychological, physiological, and behavioral reactions that people have in response to events that threaten or challenge them. Stress can be good or bad. Sometimes, stress is helpful, providing people with the extra energy or alertness they need. Stress could give a runner the edge he or she needs to persevere in a marathon, for example. This good kind of stress is called eu stress. Unfortunately, stress is often not helpf...
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Patient Relationship Sexual Relationship
1,931 wordsThere are heavy debates ging n that regarding the issue f whether it is ethical and professional fr a psychologist t have personal relationship with his client, with his patient. This paper will be examining the issue f the question raised are and concentrate n the conditions under which the date has the right t interact with his patient. When approaching the issue f psychology we need first f all t understand what des the concept f this science mean. There are several types f psychology, which ...
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Corporate Culture Career Development
657 wordsHuman Resource Management - Training & Development The importance of companys investments in its employees professional development can hardly be overestimated. That is, if company deploys a progressive management style. In this case, the professional personnel requirements will guarantee companys commercial efficiency. Yet, these requirements can only remain as a decisive factor in companys hiring policies, if they are based on the principle of continuous improvement of employees educational le...
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Personality Types Decision Making
643 wordsConceptualization of Case Study This typology theory was developed to organize the voluminous data about people in different jobs and the data about different work environments, to suggest how people make career choices and to explain how job satisfaction and vocational achievement occur. Holland suggested that "people can function and develop best and find job satisfaction in work environments that are compatible with their personalities" (ICDM, 1991, p. 4 - 4). Holland based his theory of pers...
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Stress At Work Workplace Stress
2,258 wordsJob related stress is a widespread problem in the workplace today. Actually, the most common form of stress is that related to work (Jane Cranwell-Ward 1987). Each person has equilibrium and it is often interrupted by an event or situation that may result in poor performance. Though some people see the pressure as a motivator, more and more are recognizing it as an inescapable drain on their energy. Basically, stress not only affects a persons performance on the job, but it can also affect his /...
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Stress In The Work Environment
1,852 wordsStress in the Work Environment Job stress poses a significant threat to employee health and consequently to the health of an organization. Therefore, it is important for both employees and employers to recognize and understand stress and its causes. Often employers confuse job challenges and job stressors. Most employees view a job challenge as a motivating factor, which enables them to grow within their positions. This motivation has the potential to produce positive results for both employees ...
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