Types of Interview

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Informal Interview: This is may take place anywhere. The employer or a manager in the personnal department, may ask a few questions, like name, place of birth, previous experience, etc. ...

Ways to find a job in a tough market

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Getting a new job may be tough in a glum economic environment, but that should not deter you from looking. Following some easy, yet often ignored, steps should help you sail through. Map ...

Definition of Training

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); After recruiting and placing the employees in the right place the next step is to train and develop the Human Resources collected recently. It is vital part of every employee and manager. ...

Criteria for a Successful performance appraisal

Successful performance appraisal systems have a number of common characteristics. The following discussion focuses on the criteria for a successful performance appraisal system: 1. Clear Objectives: A good performance appraisal should be built around ...

Definition of Compensation

To survive in a complex, competitive global economy all organization (public and private) must be able to focus on the effective and efficient supply of goods and services. A key factor in promoting effective delivery of goods and services is provision ...

Models of HRM

1. The hard and soft HRM models: Storey distinguished between the ‘hard’ and ‘soft’ versions of HRM. He wrote that: ‘The hard one emphasizes the quantitative, calculative and business-strategic aspects of managing human resources in as “rational” ...

Objectives of compensation

Compensation has some important objectives. To achieve, these objectives a well conceived compensation scheme or plan may be established. These objectives are mentioned in the following point. 1. To be legal: It must get approval from the govt. or ...

Methods for Motivating Employees for Employee Satisfaction

1.Rewards: People behave in ways that they believe are in their best interest, they constantly look for payoffs for their efforts. They expect good job performance to lead to organizational goal attainment, which in turn leads to satisfying their ...

Theories of Compensation

In order to understand which components of remuneration are more effective, we need to understand the conceptual framework or theories or employee remuneration. Three such theories are reinforcement and expectancy theories, equity theory and agency ...

Alternative Dispute Resolution

Sometimes workplace issues are easier to solve when an impartial person helps to create the solution. Therefore, at various points in the discipline process, the employee or organization might want to bring in someone to help with problem solving. ...
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