The common consensus is that Asians do not feel the burden of discrimination, as they are too successful to be discriminated against. However recent studies proved this false by linking being of Asian descent to job acquisition and advancement. If this is true, then a whole sector of discrimination has been ignored for the past century. Asian stereotypes affect all levels of a career, including hiring, professional work, and managerial positions. Asians enjoy privileges few other minorities have, such as a higher percentage of college graduates.
A well developed, trained and motivated staff will result in integrating a workforce that values respect, tolerance, dedication, responsibility and transparency. All the steps taken to achieve Employment Equity leads to greater staff satisfaction and commitment which successfully results in lower staff turnover and stronger client and stakeholder satisfaction. • Social and moral rationale On a social level Employment Equity within Ansaldo STS-Gear South Africa Pty Ltd contributes to the elements of human resource development by establishing equity, inclusivity, openness and respect for human dignity and rights by reducing prejudice and promoting inter-cultural sensitivity within our organisation. As a core function within the Employment Equity element, our policy is strongly based on the following focus areas: • The elimination of unfair discrimination • The application of affirmative action • The creation of equalised opportunities • Diversity management and
According to Wikipedia (2017), an employee is a term for workers and managers working for a company, organization or community. These people are the staff of the organization. Generally speaking, any person hired by an employer to do a particular job is an employee. In most modern economies the word "employee" means a person who works for a corporation. The relationship between employer and employee is different from that between the firm and a customer or client.
The other part of the problem is high unemployment rate. India’s 2/3rd of population lives in countryside. Rural unemployment is one of the most visible faces of poverty and social unrest. Lack of access to productive assets, financial resources and inadequate support for microeconomic development is the major cause of rural poverty along with high level of illiteracy and poor health. The Indian economy is divided into organized and unorganized sector.
EMPLOYMENT ELASTICITY- AN INTRODUCTION Employment elasticity, which is a measure of the change in employment with a change in output growth, has been a serious concern especially in developing countries like India, where employment remains a serious concern. India, being a labor intensive economy suffers from serious employment problems, the most prominent one being “jobless growth”. It has been estimated that while the economy boasts of having an impressive growth rate (averaging well above 5% for the past decade), employment growth rate has been a meager 2.6%. India’s poor performance when it comes to employment can be attributed to the slow development of the manufacturing sector in the country coupled with the low employment elasticity
Work Experience as Training Ground of Knowledge, Skills and Abilities The results proved conflicting views between the universities, graduates and employers. It is normally thought by the graduates that their education and abilities were enough. Students were deliberated by the universities to be well equipped for change to the workplace. Unluckily, employers concluded that fresh graduates do not have sufficient abilities for employment, mentioning unrealistic hopes for greater wages. The reinforcement for industries is tough to play a greater part in the improvement of employability especially of graduates, both inside or outside the proper course arrangement.
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Work and Education in India Introduction: Work and Education in the Indian scenario provides for us to look into what can be in these spheres so that the country’s resources are best utilised. India, a developing nation which is growing towards having more than half of its population in the working age group should focus making the human resources more productive to maintain economic growth and balance. It is the role of Education when structured in bringing out efficiency could help in the work and economy of the nation. Demographic dividend is which means that the working age population of the nation say 15-64 years is higher than the non working age group of the population. This gives way for economic growth in the nation with more productive members actively taking part in contributing to the nation’s economic growth.