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Apr 12, 2019Open    AccessArticle

Job Satisfaction of the Factory Workers at the Manufacturing Plant: A Case Study

Nushrath Najimuddin, Sachith Abeysundara
The aim of this study is to evaluate factory workers’ job satisfaction in a man-ufacturing plant in Sri Lanka. A sample of 180 employees from a study population of 846 was taken. Stratified Random Sampling method was used as the sampling technique. The tool used for the data collection is a questionnaire which was designed covering all the aspects related to the job satisfaction of the factory workers in the manufacturing plant. T

Sep 11, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Human Capital Management and Future of Work; Job Creation and Unemployment: A Literature Review

Adamson Mukhalipi
An enormous amount of literature has emerged over the last few years in the context of the “human capital management”, “Future of Work” and on “Zambian Case: Job creation and unemployment”. The existing literature on the human capital management, the future of work and the Zambian case on job creation and unemployment, covers a wide range of topics. Investment in the human capital enhances performance, employee engagement, innovat

Jul 17, 2018Open    AccessArticle

The Influence Mechanism of Employee-Oriented Human Resource Management on Employees’ Proactive Behavior

Jianfei Pan
This study attempts to explore the incentive mechanism of employees’ proactive behavior in the context of advocating and practicing socially responsible human resource management (SR-HRM). By conducting theoretical analysis and hypothesis, this study focuses on the influence of employee-oriented human resource management (EOHRM) on employees’ proactive beh

Jan 30, 2018Open    AccessArticle

The Influence of Training System on Employees’ Hard Skills in the Palestinian National Authority

Mohammed Y. A. Alsabbah, Hazril Izwar Ibrahim
The purpose of this study is to report the influence of a training system on improving employee hard skills. The motive of this study is to investigate the implementation of training system in public organisations. The paper uses a survey questionnaire to collect data from the Palestinian National Authority ministries. One hypothesis was formulated to guide the study. Individual-level analyses from a sample of 399 employees from P

Dec 14, 2016Open    AccessArticle

Asymmetric Salary and Uniformity of Academic Positions at Universities in the EU28

Benedetto Torrisi
The asymmetries academic salary theme comparisons fit in the context of topics such as the measurement of productivity, academic labour market, welfare organization and brain drain. From the research of academic positions for each European country, we imagined the standardization of the academic positions into a single European model, according to the bonds of the similarity of roles between the countries that were analysed. The o

Nov 17, 2016Open    AccessArticle

The Revelation Research of Huawei Performance Management Mode to China’s Private Enterprises

Mengmeng Shi, Zhenjian Jiang
Performance management plays a significant role in current business management. But with the changing environment and economic globalization, the competition among enterprises has become more furious than several years ago, and advanced performance management methods must be used in business management especially in human resource management field. In this paper, we try to analysis the problems existing in the performance manageme

Aug 29, 2016Open    AccessArticle

Strategic Leadership and Employee Engagement, Evidences from an African Industrial Setting

Hannah Muzee, Vincent Bagire, Muhammed Ngoma
This study followed a cross-sectional and descriptive research design. The study aimed at establishing the relationship between strategic leadership and employee engagement. A simple random sampling design was employed to a sample obtained from one of the leading breweries in Uganda. The findings showed that strategic leadership was indeed evident in the organization. They also revealed that strategic leadership and employee engag

Oct 19, 2015Open    AccessArticle

Organisational Culture, Stress and Commitment: A Study of Managers of Pharmaceutical Industry in Himachal Pradesh

Om Parkash Monga, Anubhuti Monga, Varun Mahajan, Anubhav Monga
The primary focus of this study was to understand the workplace stress by exploring the effects of organisational culture and stress on employee commitment. The attempt was to bridge the gap among organisational culture, workplace stress and employee commitment. Although the concepts of organizational culture and stress have been well researched upon in the past, a few studies provide detailed insights into the interplay among the concepts of organisational culture, workplace stress and commitme...

Sep 16, 2015Open    AccessArticle

The Dynamics of Policies and Practices of Labour Contracting in the Nigerian Oil and Gas Sector

Hakeem Adeniyi Ajonbadi
This study critically examined the dynamics of the policies and practices of labour contracting within the Nigerian oil and gas sector as operated by some selected multinational organisations, namely: Mobil, Shell and Chevron. The study examined the nature of labour contracting, how and why it was adopted; and the implications of MNCs using such policies and practices in managing Nigerian workers. The study shed light on labour contracting arrangements and emerging employment relationships, as w...

Mar 06, 2015Open    AccessArticle

A Review of “Leading from the Emerging Future”: Any Lesson for Nigerian Leaders?

Victor E. Dike
This article reviews Leading from the Emerging Future  [1] and explores whether or not the political leaders of Nigeria can learn any lesson from it. This book concentrates on practical approach that empowers leaders to shift their mindsets from ego-system awareness to eco-system reality to enable them to transform the extant extractive economic and political institutions that...