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Employment: Terms to Know

Outsourcing is when a company hires a third party to perform services that it would normally perform in-house. Outsourcing is important to HR because it saved time and money. If an HR Manager is overwhelmed and does not have the time to screen resumes and conduct interviews, this task can...

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Employee’s Privacy Prior to Employment

Background Check In the course of searching for jobs, employers have a lot of control over the nature of information from the prospective employees. Although companies can gather information and do background checks, legally, before hiring new workers, the rights and the privacy of the employees are covered, and violations...

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Theoretical Constructs regarding Aspects of Employment

Introduction In ancient civilizations, humans worked to survive. People originated as hunters and gatherers, then settled into agrarian roles. Later, with improved transportation and opening of trade routes, centers of commerce developed and businesses grew that required employees. The industrial revolution solidified the concept that many people would work for...

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Institutionalizing Free Thought

The purpose of this paper is to analyze, compare, and synthesize themes from three articles examining some weaknesses of conventional approaches to graduate education. The articles include “Socialization of Doctoral Students to Academic Norms” (2003) in which John Weidman and Elizabeth Stein outline the process by which graduate students are...

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Full Employment for African Americans

The unemployment rate for African Americans is double that of whites. During times of tight labor markets, African Americans experience a higher rate of income growth when compared to other racial groups, yet are the last to be hired and the first to lose positions during downturns. Full employment holds...

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Building the Self-Esteem of Employees

Within the organization employee self-esteem is affecting job performance. This particular organization is a hospital and the service is one that provides housing services to homeless veterans. Historically, the overall performance has been at a high level. Recently, this culture has shifted. Performance measures are being met only 50% of...

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Leading from a Distance: How Multinationals Lead Employees

Multinational corporations (MNC)s, also termed international corporations, transnational or stateless corporations (Voorhees, Seim, &. Coppett, 1992) are organizations that develop, own, provide, and produce their services or goods in more than one country other than their home base. Operating across various countries presents challenges in terms of managing employees from...

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Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered Employees in the Public Sectors

Two news events that has taken place in the past 12 months include; “Gay and Transgender individuals facing high rates of workplace discrimination and harassment” (Center for American Progress, 2011). and “illegal now to fire an individual that is a LGBT.” (Bendery, 2015). As this is making headlines as we...

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Employee Relation and Its Impact on Employees Productivity

It is integral that employers in the 21st century and particularly across the broad spectrum of industries, care for and look after their employees. Despite the requirement for companies to continue to make more revenue from their employees and to treat them accordingly, in many cases, the only way employees...

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Employee Development and Training

Employee development comprises the key aspect for boosting the productivity of the company. While looking at the overall performance of any company, it largely comprises of the key factors of employee performance. Thus is why it is often a strategic investment that a company might want to make with the...

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Compensating Employees

A compensation philosophy formally documents the company’s stance on employee compensation and creates a framework for consistency. With an official pay strategy, employers are transparent with regard to their compensation philosophy. Usually, corporate HR departments develop compensation philosophies jointly with the executive team. These formal documents involve corporate financial position,...

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Management Relationship and Effect on Employees

The management relationship and its effect on employees remains essential for effective organizational growth and development. Ethical and moral leadership set by management’s example clearly outlined by transparent guidelines of the expectations the organizational hierarchy has of its workers as part of the stakeholders of the company remains a fundamental...

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Employee Motivation: Human Resource Management

An industry in which I would like to be a Human Resource Manager is the sportswear industry. Three companies that I would enjoy working for are Nike, Under Armour, and Rawlings. This paper will discuss the intrinsic benefits that these companies offer and why they are important considerations in employee...

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Empirical Study of Corporate Governance on Corporate Social Responsibility

The first article is titled, “The Causal Effect of Corporate Governance on Corporate Social Responsibility”. The authors are Jo Hoje and Maretno A. Harjoto. The purpose of the study it examines the association between corporate governance and corporate social responsibilities. The author’s statement is that establishing the causality between corporate...

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Current Issues in First Nations Overall

Aboriginal individuals have a long and rich history that is inclusive of rich cultural and spiritual roots. A large section of the traditions were however changed or forcefully removed when the settlers came into the picture. The forceful introduction of European way of life and morals to Aboriginal societies, the...

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