Title of the paper: A Study on Talent Management Practices and Its Impact on Employee Satisfaction with Special Reference to Academicians Purpose: The purpose of this research study is to investigate the extent to which academic institutions practices talent management and how the sub variables of talent management impact the employee satisfaction. Research Design and Method: The researcher used both quantitative and qualitative methodology; Data was collected through structured interviews and questionnaires with a Sample size of 100 academicians. Institutes were selected by using Stratified Random Sampling method. The independent variables of talent management practices include Attract and Recruit, Develop, Engage and Retaining talent. Employee
The aim of the study was to establish how transferrable basic skills from higher education into employment are. The study concludes that, as opposed to students from other faculties, business graduates felt that their degree provided them with the required technical skills in order for them to be successful in the labour market. This however, contradicts a previous study conducted by (Cotton, 2001) who maintains that employability skills should be added as a module and included in the curriculum. It was established that business graduates acquired the necessary skills that enabled them with a wide variety of skills making the transition from higher education to the labour market much simpler. Open distance learning institutions The role of open distance learning Pursuing a higher education meant that students had to attend full time classes, which was known as traditional learning (Hannay & Newvine).
(1992). Time management skills of undergraduate business students. Journal Of Education For Business, 68(2), 84.I have read the article Time Management Skills of Undergraduate Business Student. This article defined time management as the efficiency, that time can be allocated in a way that optimizes the returns of goal achievement. (Section 2, Paragraph 2).
The latter was considered as an inherent trait which is unlocked rather than a skill which is developed. Learning goal 5 which is concerned with the imparting of pedagogical skills failed to meet the expectations on aspects such as the development of problem solving skills of the graduates. The current study is based on a small sample of participants and hence, is not generalisable to the population of all employers. However, the findings suggest that there is a need for the UCT GSB to improve on certain aspects of the learning goals to meet the expectations of the employers. The identified
Job employment rates rise and decline, but having a liberal arts degree boosts one’s chance of a job. Ungar states, “It is far wiser for students prepare for change—and the multiple careers they are likely to have—than to search for a single job track that might one day become a dead end” (Ungar, 2017, p. 227). Not every individual receives the job they desire—foolish people assume that their desired careers start once they receive their degree. Although not every individual receives the job he/she wants, students who have a liberal arts degree produce better chances of adapting in a fluctuating workplace. Ungar states, “It promotes the idea of listening to all points of view and not relying on a single ideology, and examining all approaches to solving a problem rather than assuming that one technique or perspective has all the answers” (Ungar, 2017, p. 230).
The study also showed that the desire to get attractive salary make them to join the course after completion of programme rather than learning from the course. And most of the students would like to go for corporate rather then starting their own business firm. Student’s education tools such as class room lectures/notes and self preparatory notes were found more suitable for the students. From student’s point of view, slides presentation and oral lectures were considered to be the best teaching methods to be preferred or adopted by teachers (Figure 4). Semester based assessment system for students through affiliated university were found inefficient and unproductive to the Management students.
Clearly, excitement and focus are directed toward supply chain management. First, we can say the supply chain management is concerned with realizing the opportunities from integrated management of product flow processes across functions and between channel members. Although the idea is potent and the benefits obvious, the notion of lowering costs by including more of a system in decision making is not new. It is a surprising fact that researchers develop supply chain models mostly for improving business operations. Few, particularly academic researchers, do not realize that the research on academic SCM may also be conducted for their own educational institutions.
In recent discussions of unemployment, a controversial issue has been whether a college education is worth the oppressive debt that colleges thrust upon their students. From this perspective, obtaining a preeminent education is not valued above the threat of student loans that constantly loom over the possessor. On the other hand, however, others argue that a college education constructs the building blocks for undergraduates to pursue more than just a job or career. In the words of one of this view’s main proponents, “Post secondary education should help students to discover what they love to do, to get better at it, and to develop that ability to continue learning so that they become agents of change- not victims of it,” (Roth). According
The purpose of this research is to examine whether salary, job security and stability, opportunities for advancement and promotion, and students’ perception on accounting field will influence the decision to pursue professional accounting programs of accounting students in Malaysia. This research is included descriptive research and quantitative research. Descriptive research is a survey which the purpose is to produce an accurate representation of person, event or solution (Saunders, Lewis, & Thornhill, 2009). Descriptive research will present the researchers a chance to use quantitative data to discover the data and characteristic related to population or phenomenon that is being studied (Bajpai, 2011). As stated by Saunders, Lewis and Thornhill
Business schools now face the same fork in the road as the protagonists in the cases taught by teaching staff: to choose incremental improvements to what they are doing or to transition to something different. There is often merit in doing familiar things better but there are dilemmas too. The schools with the best reputation attract the best students and recruiters. Yet most recognize problems around curriculum content, student incentives, teaching faculty research and engagement and the recruiters’ distorting impact on their process. Some have workarounds, hiring lecturers with business experience or pushing for more field-based and non-classroom experiences.