Primary data was collected from the IT professionals working in organizations in the form of questionnaires. Questionnaires were handed out to individuals who are related to groups consisting of IT professionals working in corporates throughout Bangalore City. This was one of the key method in which data was gathered for this study. The instrument used in measuring the element of social loafing and its impact on group cohesiveness and productivity is the 5-point Likert scales (1 = Strongly disagree, 2 = Disagree, 3 = Neutral, 4 = Agree, 5 = Strongly
INTRODUCTION Adapted from the course module notes, there are two categories of theories and techniques in job design to motivate employees: 1. Content theories by Maslow, McClelland, Herzberg and Alderfer. 2. Process theories such as Job Rotation, Job Enlargement and Enrichment; Herzberg’s Two-Factor Theory, The Hackman and Oldham Model and Empowerment. Part 1 of this assignment is to theoretically analyse and review of five selected journals and articles that relevant to Job Design and Motivational Techniques under the category of Process Theories.
The first chapter introduces and describes how the writer proceeded as a principal investigator and what fieldwork was initiated along with an ethnographic account provided in the chapter of the book. In review of the methodology of the research it begins with a discussion of the problems of locating a principal who would be the primary subject of the research. Therefore, a formal field study method was utilized in this assigned book study.
While being exposed to many unethical temptations the Border Patrol Officers are required to safeguard the Constitution of the United States and protect homeland as well as uphold Americans freedoms. The most important concept that is echoed throughout the criminal justice profession is integrity. CBP and the Fort Collins Police Department imply that this principle is the cornerstone of their agency and places the utmost emphasis on ethical and moral principles. The significance of the concept is to ensure that officers understand what conducts honor for your organization and
(“Court Bailiff”) Just like any other police officer, their duty is to maintain order and provide security in the communities they serve. Another reason on why bailiff duties can relate to the criminal justice system is that they enforce the rules in the court room. While they do that the police officers enforce the rules in the communities in which they serve. One important bailiff duty, that is important to them and the criminal justice system is teamwork. Teamwork is very important in the criminal justice system because it is very important to have the ability to work well in teams and have strong communication skills.
Assignment 2 Part Two It is very important to note that human resource (HR) function has played a very significant role in organizations. Every organization success depends on the kind of HR they have. Although many new HR concepts have been introduced, the actual roles and duties of HR professionals have not change much until recent years. Pfau and Kay (2002) stated that the business case for human resources management has been accumulating over a period of time, and that their study has proven that higher HR practices determines financial results. It is within this framework of employee involvement to enhanced business performance that Ulrich, Losey and Lake (1997) noted that HR departments are under increased pressure to reconsider, redefine
Rules and regulations made and written in the Maldives constitution are for the greater good of everyone including the police officers and the citizens. Hence the relevance of deontological perspective for Maldives Police Service is explained in the context of the rule of law. These rules and regulations are made considering the consequences of an act which provides the solutions for it. Ultimately, ethics is important not so that “we can understand” philosophically, but rather so we can “improve how we live” (Lafollette,
Target Audience & Prerequisite: The case study is written for the post graduate students with HR specialization. For the purpose of case study analysis the students must have the knowledge of the concepts such as Employee relations, Discipline, code of discipline, Disciplinary enquiry,
Sources Google’s human resource management uses a mixture of internal and external recruitment sources to maintain the adequacy of its human resources. The company uses promotions, transfers, and trainees/interns as the main internal recruitment sources for HR needs. On the other hand, the external recruitment sources at Google include educational institutions and respondents to job advertisements. Most of these ads are available through the Careers section of Google’s website. Through these recruitment sources, the company facilitates a continuous influx of qualified workers, while matching these employees’ capabilities with human resource needs.
I. ABSTRACT The paper aims to how HSBC Viet Nam enhances its corporate culture. HSBC is one of the largest financial service and banking all over the world with many branches in Europe, Asia, America, Middle East, and Africa. HSBC confirms their brand through a message “The World’s Local Bank “. Building an effective corporate culture is an integral part in the success of HSBC over many years in Viet Nam II. INTRO Corporate culture makes the difference between the enterprise and is considered as the own traditional of every business.