Reasons for Studying Business Ethics

 
 

Studying business ethics is valuable for several reasons:

Concept of Learning and Development Strategy

Learning and development activities support the achievement of its goals by developing the skills and capacities of individuals and teams. Learning acts as a pathway to development and is a necessary ingredients if business organizations wants to attain its business objectives and create necessary market advantage, and more importantly create a more engaged and committed workforce. Learning eases the attainment of

Advantages of Internal Recruitment

At the store where i used to work in London, an internal vacancy was posted, looking for someone to work as HR Assistant. a few of the guys who i knew from the store applied for the post, they did appear for the interview. But when i inquired regarding the status one of the guys who appeared in the interview for the job said they have hired someone from "Another Store" because she had some experience.

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Items in a Questionnaire

A Questionnaire is an instruement utilised to collect responses of the sample from the poulation. Questionnaire has many different type of questions, the current article tries introduce the readers to different type of questions that we would normally see in our Questionnaires that we intend to analyze. The most common set of questions that we will come across and those would be needed to analyze include

Outcomes of the WPC on Climate Change in Bolivia

According to the conference, if global warming increases by more than 2º Celsius, there is a 50% probability that the damages caused to our Mother Earth will be completely irreversible. Between 20% and 30% of species would be in danger of disappearing. Large extensions of forest would be affected, droughts and floods would affect different regions of the planet, deserts would expand, and the melting of the polar ice caps

Creating a Motivated Workplace

If we can understand the motivation process and what motivates employees, we can influence their behaviour. There is no universally accepted theory of motivation in the workplace due to the complex nature of the topic; however, there are a number of popular theories that aim to explain what motivates employees at work. It is for the benefit of the reader to note that each theory approaches to motivation from a different angle

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Motivation and Commitment at Work

Of all the challenges in the Organisational, in particular for the HR department, the key issue is to create and maintain a motivated and committed staff, since the more committed and motivated workforce the higher the probability of achieving organisational objectives and enhancing work performance.

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Skills Essential for HR Officers and Executives

Following are the generic skills required in HR personnel in addition to specific functional skill set of HR department, these skills has been divided into different categories. By Mandatory skills we means those skills which are the key skills for being an HR personnel. Value addition skills are those skills through which a person can add value to his work and organization. Self- development skills are also very important because in

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Role of HR Representative in Internal Interviews

Inform promotion criteria to all panel members before start of interview i.e. weightage of performance evaluation, test marks and interview. Show the skill set required in the candidate to all members of the interview panel.

Organizational Commitment

Commitment refers to attachment and loyalty. It is associated with the feelings of individuals about their organization. Organizational commitment is the relative strength of the individual’s identification with, and involvement in, a particular organization. The three characteristics of commitment identified are:

Employee as Business Partner

Should employees be business partners. There is an increasing change in how employees were and are managed in the confines of a business organization, it not about what they could offer but it has to start with what employers think of them, and how do they want them to be approached. If employees think of people who could be easily substitutable, something that is not valued as an irreplaceable resource then organization would fail in tapping out the best competency of employees.

Psychology and Human Resource Management

People are different and show different behaviors that are triggered by values, beliefs, and attitudes they have. Psychology is the study of peoples behavior and mental processes. It is about developing an understanding of behaviors that are acceptable and those which are unacceptable, it is about elucidating why people show a certain behavior, and what triggers those actions, understanding the stimulus that reinforces and cuts down a particular behavior. Once we understand and are able to explain the behavior we can be in a better position to predict human behaviors.

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How Managers become Leaders

Those in position have the utmost responsibility to perform and make others perform, it is to be understood that with power comes responsibility, and those who make the best use of responsibility and understand the fact that it is due on them to make best possible use of this authority will have potent chances of success. Now it is well understood that Managers have the responsibility to get the best out of the people who work under them, understand their talents, skillset, beliefs, attitudes and behaviours and then make then work in a way that is fruitful to the business.

Audit Yourself - Personal Professional Audit

We all want to live in a better world, work in a better environment, live in a calm home,  Places where everyone respects each other, where truth prevails, a home where everybody shows patience towards each other, one where honesty is the best policy, where no body engulfs others rights, a place where equality of rights and opportunities is not just valued but honored and practiced, the theory of life is dictated by aforementioned practices, and when asked each one of us in the world agrees and would like to live with these norms, but the question is why do we do not have these practices in this world?

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Building Human Resource Potential

Managing Human Resources is everyone's job. The blood that flows through every organisation is people, they are the one;s who are entrusted with the responsibility of taking the organisation forward, by fulfilling the responsibilities assigned to them, they are required to be motivated and committed to their job, perform tasks with efficiency and effectiveness, show positive behavious at work, respect other and the organisational norms and a million more requirements are made onto the people who work for the organisation.

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