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The purpose of this research study is to investigate the effects of employee relationships with their managers on the quality of work output. The study proceeds based on three hypotheses which are that workers with quality relationships with their managers are more likely to execute their tasks, execute their tasks...

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Internet is among the best inventions in the world today. Its importance is not only immense to our individual lives but also to organizations. Importantly, internet has become one of the best sources of information about any aspect. Internet provides a variety of information for different fields-be it students or...

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Chief executive officers, when laid off, are heavily compensated, unlike the other employees in an organization. It is very common and highly practiced in today’s business. Mostly this is fueled by other factors that are outside the interest of the company. Many companies lay off their chief executives after there...

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Labour turnover is the rate at which employees leave an organization. It can be both functional and dysfunctional. It is functional if employees’ departure results in increased value for the company (Cascio & Boudreau, 2008, p. 70). On the other hand, it is dysfunctional if it results in reduced value...

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This organization is for a health care facility. The secretary will be utilized as the initial contact between the general public to the facility. For example, the secretary will be responsible for transferring calls from doctors and pharmacists to the appropriate nurse’s station. Therefore, the secretary will need to be...

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Why does food allowance discourage student employees' effort in reducing wastage at the Barrie Super Subs? The manager’s discretion to completely remove food allowances, resulted in a lack of motivation by employees to reduce food wastage at Barrie Super Subs. This decision unfortunately removed any interest in helping management achieve...

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Abstract Employee satisfaction remains the epitome of every business. The factor ensures that businesses retain their employees due to the relationship that they build between them. Management in the hotel industry should strive to maintain excellent relationship with their employees. There are certain factors identified as the ones influencing the...

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The Screen Actors Guild (SAG) is a union first established in 1933 that seeks to protect the interest of performers in both the film and television industries. In 2012, the union merged with another union, the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) to form what is today known...

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The issue at hand is an attempt by The United Food and Commercial Workers Union to organize and unionize World Tea & Coffee, Inc. The management of World Tea & Coffee prohibits the unionization of its employees hence the attempt by the union to organize its employees was not taken...

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A trade union is an organisation that mostly employs workers as its members. The function of a trade union is to look after the interests of the employees who are its members. The primary functions that are fulfilled by a trade union are 1) the discussion of the employees’ concerns...

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Someone determined that, with reference to the training of new lenders at Summit Credit Union, “They were starting to perform their jobs without the necessary skills, information and knowledge that they needed” (Noe, 2017, 153). To conduct a needs assessment to determine the accuracy of the statement that new lenders...

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The article focuses on the analysis of how to prepare for negotiations with the union with the aim of improvement of employees’ beneficial package (Budd, 2018). In a case the union wins recognition, a great number of measures should be taken in order to improve the working conditions of employees...

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Labor unions have been around since the mid 1800’s, but the history and culmination of events leading up to the formation of the first labor unions is actually much further back in time. In this case, we will be analyzing main events between 1600-1900 and how they have affected the...

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A union is an association that is formed by people who have shared interests. Moreover, it's created by individuals who work together so that they can promote common interests. They use the union to negotiate a better wage, better working conditions, foster a better employer-employee relationship and also help settling...

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Personality plays a vital role in describing the individual’s dominant characteristics. Human resource professionals need to understand the importance of personality in hiring a potential applicant. Although a candidate may have all the necessitated qualifications for the position, if their personality does not match the skills required for the position,...

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In the article, Employer-of-Choice Characteristics in the Construction Industry, the authors Sedighi and Loosemore (2012) suggest that in the construction industry recruitment and retention of graduates is a priority, in part because there is a large lack of skilled and qualified workers. Thus, many construction organizations are seeking to be...

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The process of motivating employees may often be viewed as a balancing act for a company. In order to ensure that employees are motivated fully, the benefits and perks offered by an organization must be enticing enough to garner motivation from its employees; however, the organization must likewise keep an...

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Osabiya, B. (2015). The effect of employees motivation on organizational performance. Journal Of Public Administration And Policy Research, 7(4), 62-75. The author of the article, Osabiya Babatunde is a lecturer and coordinator of studies at the School of Management Sciences at the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN). In this article, the...

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Data from the Bureau labour of Statistics reveals that approximately 7% of Americans work for the government. This includes people employed in the federal, state and local government. Data from the United States Census bureau reveal that the percentage of employees in the private sector is approximately 6.6%. This includes...

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In the Current scenario, Mr. Newcomb’s request’s that I lie to Mrs. Newcomb so that she can have some time with his mistress. Under the principle of veracity, health care providers have an ethical duty to always tell the truth (Cherry and Jacob, 2014). Assisting Mr. Newcomb to see his...

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Human resource specialists have the unique position in an organization of attracting, choosing, motivating, and keeping qualified and talented employees (Stone, Deadrick, Lukaszewski & Johnson, 2015). I am currently in the military working in the Installation Personnel Readiness Office, and many of my job duties, such as ensuring deployed individuals...

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A salaried employee is a worker who is paid a fixed amount of money by the organization on a given interval. Salaried employees are typically paid by a regular Monthly paycheck or bi-weekly. They are paid inconsiderate of their duties and amount of workload. They are also not required to...

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My personal goal is to manage my time more effectively. To achieve this, I will get rid of waste occupying my thoughts, distracting my actions, and polluting my immediate environment. I should spend more time on valuable things, such as self-learning, reading, sports, and hobbies. I should say ‘No’ to...

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Job search in the contemporary society requires the job seeker to utilize some of tools. The tools are instrumental in enhancing the job search. Majority of corporates and other organizations have established a strong social network foundation, as such; a person should participate actively in social networks. Job apps are...

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Careers are a big part of a person’s life not only for financial reasons but mental health as well. However, the global recession has brought increased layoffs and a rise in unemployment rate (Martin, 2009). Thus, it is common to find people suffering from mental health issues as a result...

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