Human Resource Development

  • Employability

    What is Employability? Concept and Meaning

    1.1 Origin and Evolution of Employability: In spite of extensive contention that employability is a concept of the current period, scholars of employability remind that the concept did not emerge to explain the responses of radically transformed economic and public policy environment since 1990. By all appearances, sureness’s solidifying how the musing has retreated to 1909 and the early work of one of the modelers…

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  • Corporate Social Responsibility

    Corporate Social Responsibility

    1. Definition and Meaning of Corporate Social Responsibility: Although the concept of CSR has been developing since the early 1970s, there is no single, commonly accepted definition of CSR. Some notable CSR definitions from the existing literature are presented in the following paragraphs. Corporate social responsibility is a concept whereby organizations consider the interests of society by taking responsibility for the impact of their activities…

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  • Job Stress and Job Satisfaction

    Relationship between Job Stress and Job Satisfaction Occupational stress and Job satisfaction and both indicate people appraisal towards the workplace and work it. Several studies have tried to determine the link between stress and job satisfaction. Job satisfaction and job stress are the two hot focuses on human resource management researches. Teacher job satisfaction and stress can have both economic and personal implications as it…

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  • Job Satisfaction

    Job satisfaction

    1.1 Introduction: Job satisfaction has always been a flashpoint of discussion among the researchers and scholars since long. This critical issue has gained enthusiastic attention of researchers all around the world after the beginning of industrialization, but now it is applied to each and every organization. The education system has also been changed into an organization. In the field of education measuring the job satisfaction…

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  • Job Stress

    The concept of Stress : It’s impact on Job

    Job Stress Hans Selye first introduced the concept of stress in 1939 derived from Latin, the word “stress” was popularly used in the seventeenth century to mean hardship, strait, adversity or affliction. It was used in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries to denote force, pressure, strain or strong effort with reference to an object or person. In engineering and physics, the term implies an external…

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  • Need For Human Capital Management in Bank

    Human Capital Management in Banking Sector Banks are the most potential grounds for any country. Firm investments in Human Capital Management have a positive impact on economic performance (Riley, 2011). Banks in India have shared immense growth over the past decades. As Indian Banking sector enters the modem context of globalization, a realm of Hi-tech High-speed banking scenario, one of the most crucial challenges it…

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  • Human Capital Management

    Human Capital Management

    1. Introduction: Human Capital Management is essential for the effective management of any organization in this era of Globalization and Modernization. Recent techniques and technologies have not only been the magnetic power in IT Sector but also in the management of Human Resource Management. It is very necessary to study new concepts and techniques in People management. People Management is of primary importance always. Even…

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  • On the job training

    What is on-the-job training?

    On-the-job training (OJT) involves assigning trainees to jobs and encouraging them to observe and learn from experienced job incumbents (Baldwin, 1997)16 almost all trainee is exposed to some form of on-the-job training after an initial job orientation. This form of instruction might follow a carefully designed off-the-job instructional Programme. There are very few, if any, formal instructional Programmes that can provide all the required training…

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  • Training Program

    Theoretical Framework of Training Program

    Concept of Training Training is an organized procedure which brings about a semi-permanent change in behavior, for a definite purpose. The three main areas involved are skills, knowledge, and attitudes but always with a definite purpose in mind. It differs from education in many ways, for all practical purpose training is aimed at specific, job-based objectives rather than the broader society-based aims of education. Historically…

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