Selection Methods – Interviews

Introduction selection is the processing , process of discovering the prerequisite and specifications of the job candidate in additional establish likely suitably for the work position. Selection have seven process to choose best person and qualified them for the job, actually selection needs a methodical come up to the problem of finding the good matched […]

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Self Directed Work Team

A Briefing on Self Directed Work Team (SDWT) by Group 5 Self Directed Work Team is a powerful concept since the ancient Roman legion and today approximately 68% of fortune 1000 companies implement SDWT concept including Ford, GM, P&G, FedEx, etc. (Lawler, Mohrman, & Ledford ,1995). Definition Vecchio (2003, p.107) defined Self Directed Work Teams […]

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Subcontractors

1.0 Introduction Wikipedia (2009) defined subcontractor as “an individual or in many cases a business that signs a contract to perform part or all of the obligations of another’s contract”. Other authors, Gerald N. Hill & Kathleen T. Hill (2005) defined subcontractor as “a person or business which has a contract with a contractor to […]

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The Challenge of motivating employees

Organization has been deemed to be the strength of any viable business. The more organized and efficient the different components in the business are, the better it functions. The breaking down of tasks associated with each component in a particular organizational system has now led to the concept of job design or performance charters. Motivation […]

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Theories: Ways to motivate employees

Ways of motivating employees Motivation of employees is one of the most important processes that managers should develop. An organization is highly dependent on people; therefore, their motivation for higher productivity is crucial for the whole company. Thus, the success of any organization depends on the ability of managers to provide a motivating environment for […]

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Theory of employability

Chapter 1 1. Introduction The theory of employability can be difficult to identify; there can be many factors that contribute to the idea of being employable. Little (2001) suggests, that it is a multi-dimensional concept, and there is a need to distinguish between the factors relevant to the job and preparation for work. Morley (2001) […]

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Impact of the Ageing Workforce

THE AGEING WORKFORCE: RETAINING, AND CHALLENGING WORKERS 1   Prior to the passage of the Social Security Act in 1935 work did not typically end with a planned retirement. Average retirement (meaning the age at which 1/2 of workers from an initial age cohort remain in the workplace) was age 70 or more for men. […]

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Full Time and Part Time Contracts

As the employer you must give employees: a written statement of employment or a written contract the statutory lowest level of paid holiday a payslip proving all deductions, for example a the statutory lowest length of breaks needed for rest Statutory Sick Pay maternity, paternity and also the adoption pay and leave required you have […]

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Impact of Fatigue on the Workplace

  Introduction Exposure to work-related fatigue is rising in today’s 24-hour culture, which is progressively dominated by knowledge work. Fatigue from a medical point of view refers to a state of weakness of the body and the mind that affects everybody (Phillips, 2015). Fatigue is mostly related to exertive situations of work. Fatigue is an […]

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Use of the path-goal theory

The Reasoning for the Use of the Path-Goal Theory in the “Jeanne Lewis” Case Jeanne Lewis, by any measure of the imagination is any prospective employer’s dream team member. She was committed, articulate, productive, smart, sensitive, motivated, and responsive to challenges. According to Peter Drucker (1998), “Effective leadership is not about making speeches or being […]

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