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  • What HR did and what they should have done...

    September 23, 2014 @ 07:32

    What HR did and what they should have done...When disaster strikes we all wish we’d had prior warning as those involved in the libor, horse meat and phone hackings scandals will testify. But such events are nothing new. PM looks at the five biggest HR crises of all time and asks the experts for their verdict on what should HR have done.“Brent Spar reputational damage” one of those crisis.What Happened? Oil storage buoy Brent Spar (operated by Shell), had a fractious fight in 1995 with Greenpeace over its plans to dispose of it in deep Atlantic waters (which had been approved by the UK governme ...
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  • How Managers Monitor and Control Worker Behavior?

    July 23, 2014 @ 09:01

    How Managers Monitor and Control Worker Behavior?Managers have to monitor the activities of their team and the external forces. Without that monitoring you won't know whether your plan is working or if it needs to be adjusted. And managers must then control those elements that they can control to keep everyone moving toward the goal.In the control task, you monitor the work being done. You compare the actual progress to the plan. You verify that the organization is working as you designed it.If everything is going well, you do not need to do anything but monitor. However, that seldom happens. ...
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  • Rules for Face-to-Face Meetings.

    July 15, 2014 @ 07:50

    Follow these guidelines when you meet with customers and you're much more likely to win their business.While a lot of business is conducted today over the Internet and the telephone, customers often want to meet you personally, just to make certain you're the kind of person who can be trusted to deliver what you promise.Here are the eternal DOs and DON'Ts of these face-to-face meetings, based upon experiences and dozens of anecdotes from "school of hard knocks" salespeople:1. DO have a specific goal. Always have a goal like: "obtain approval to present to senior management" rather than somethi ...
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  • Human Resource Management (HRM)

    November 18, 2013 @ 22:33

    We often hear the term Human Resource Management, Employee Relations and Personnel Management used in the popular press as well as by Industry experts. Whenever we hear these terms, we conjure images of efficient managers busily going about their work in glitzy offices. In this article, we look at the question “what is HRM ?” by giving a broad overview of the topic and introducing the readers to the practice of HRM in contemporary organizations. Though as with all popular perceptions, the above imagery has some validity, the fact remains that there is much more to the field of HRM and despite ...
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  • Typical Functions of a Human Resource Manager

    November 18, 2013 @ 22:30

    Introduction: The Typical Functions of a HR Manager Until now, we have discussed how the HRM function in organizations works and the role of the function in organizational processes. We have also discussed the changing nature of the HRM function in recent years and how with the introduction of enterprise software, an entirely new dimension has been added to these functions. This article discusses the typical functions of a HR manager and analyzes how he or she can make a positive contribution to the organization and add value to the process. First, the HR manager has to juggle between hiring, ...
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  • HR Challenges - How to cope with them efficiently ?

    November 18, 2013 @ 22:30

    Human Resource Management used to be considered as other conventional administrative jobs. But over a period of time, it has evolved as a strategic function to improve working environment, plan out human resources needs and strike a balance between the organization and employers in order to increase organizational productivity and meet organizational goals. Not to exaggerate but in today’s highly competitive world it has gradually become one of the most important functions of an organization. It is really a huge challenge to understand the psychology of workforce, retain the best talents of t ...
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