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Human Resources Management in nongovernmental Organizations
[November 21, 2011 – 10:30 am]
Human Resources Management in nongovernmental Organizations

MASTER OT ARTS HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (MA-HRM) Program Aim and Objectives Aim The aim of the programme is to prepare qualified and effective Human Resource managers who can meet both local and international standards. Objectives The specific objectives of the programme are to: ·  Train students in new professional ideals of Human Resource management ·  Enhance a culture of reflective research among the students for improved professional growth in Human Resource management. ·  Enhance a spirit of self-improvement among the students through their engagement in action research…

Human Resources Management in New Zealand
[February 17, 2013 – 05:08 am]
Human Resources Management in New Zealand

The one thing I have started using more in 2013 than ever before is networking. Networking is the new way to fast forward your career and really build your connections in the professional world. I have fast tracked my career prospects faster than I did when I was just contacting recruitment companies. Let me share some of the things I have been doing to meet new people and open up my own opportunities. Linked In: In the last 2 or 3 months I have completely revamped my LinkedIn profile. I have added in all of my skills, my experience and a comprehensive summary of myself. LinkedIn…

Human Resources management in Hospitals
[February 10, 2013 – 12:36 pm]
Human Resources management in Hospitals

Doctoral candidate Petcharat Lovichakorntikul presenting her paper (co-authored with myself) “Dharma Teaching in a High-Tech Hospital Environment” at the ICGBE International Conference 2013 (Bangkok: February 9th-10th, 2013) earlier today. Abstract As part of a predominantly Buddhist society, Thai people are familiar with the teaching of Buddhist lessons (i.e. Dharma) which are aimed at providing guidelines for living in society and dealing with social relationships, among other goals. In most cases, the experience of receiving Dharma takes place in personal time away from work…

Human Resources Management in Healthcare Organizations
[February 14, 2013 – 09:21 pm]
Human Resources Management in Healthcare Organizations

They’re smart, savvy, and thoroughly unstoppable. Meet our favorite agents of change. The results of the 2012 presidential election confirmed what most of us have known all along: increasingly, in the United States, minorities and women are a powerful bunch. Not only do we make up a significant voting bloc, but we hold untold billions in purchasing power and are quickly rising up the corporate leadership ladder. In this issue, Diversity Woman honors those who are leading the charge: the diversity champions. These 50 executive diversity leaders have pushed to make their companies…

Human Resources Management in banking Sector
[February 18, 2013 – 04:00 pm]
Human Resources Management in banking Sector

When Geraldine said that the topic for this month was to analyze the success of affirmative action, it took me a while to think about how affirmative action works here in the United Arab Emirates. In Canada, affirmative action focuses on women, indigenous people and minorities, but in the oil rich countries of the Middle East it focuses on nationals (indigenous people) only.  The goal of affirmative action is to place qualified nationals in the technical, professional and labour roles currently held by expatriates.  This goal is congruent throughout the United Arab Emirates…

Human Resources Management in banking Industry
[February 1, 2013 – 05:13 pm]
Human Resources Management in banking Industry

The Society for Human Resource Management needs an enterprising online reporter/editor to write and edit articles of interest and importance to HR professionals for two or three subject areas within SHRM Online. Post original and other content from internal and external sources, update landing pages and graphics, and write periodic e-newsletters highlighting online content. Team player needed to collaborate with other SHRM editorial and staff in other departments. Trade press and newswriting experience required. Social media and digital publishing experience highly desirable…

Human Resources Jobs Rochester NY
[February 9, 2013 – 07:01 am]
Human Resources Jobs Rochester NY

The winter smackdown the Northeast is getting today raises a perennial question for companies facing major weather events: Should employees be allowed to work from home or leave early, or should they tough it out and report to work as usual? For workers, it depends on individual job functions and how critical it is that they be in the office. Here are some rules of thumb in deciding whether to brave the weather: To keep reading click here: Stormy weather: Should you work from home? (MoneyWatch)

Human Resources jobs Raleigh NC
[January 23, 2013 – 05:31 pm]
Human Resources jobs Raleigh NC

Commercial Real Estate Paralegal Salary: Open Employer: Wyrick Robbins Yates & Ponton LLP Location: Raleigh, NC Type: Part time – Experienced Preferred Education: 4 year degree Wyrick Robbins is a well established Raleigh law firm with approximately 69 attorneys. This position provides paralegal support to our busy Real Estate practice including transactional assistance to attorneys. Responsibilities: Assist attorneys with drafting real estate, finance, purchase and sale, transfer, and lease documents for buyers, sellers and lenders; preparing UCC Financing Statements…

Human Resources Job Evaluation Systems
[February 19, 2013 – 11:21 am]
Human Resources Job Evaluation Systems

Management band positions are evaluated by Human Resources using the Hay system. The role of the Job Evaluation Committee is to gain an understanding of the. A job evaluation is the process whereby the relative worth of positions within. Form and obtain the appropriate signatures (contact HR for this form). There are four basic identifiable factors in all jobs that job evaluation systems must be capable of measuring in order to maintain pay equity. These are:.

Human Resources Interview Evaluation Forms
[February 15, 2013 – 03:38 pm]
Human Resources Interview Evaluation Forms

Periodically, we like to share the success stories of companies dealing with HR issues. This case study comes courtesy of Joy Meserve, VP of camp operations for iD Tech Camps in Campbell, CA. – It was time for us to reconsider how we trained our managers on hiring new employees. Our managers handle so many important aspects of our business, but the most crucial, in our opinion, is hiring. We know what a costly mistake it can be for the company, our staff members and our customers if we don’t hire well. That’s not to say that we didn’t conduct training ourselves – once a year…

Human Resources in a Business Plan
[February 16, 2013 – 11:05 am]
Human Resources in a Business Plan

Full-time, Human Resources The incumbent will partner with the Diagnostics Technical Operations & Quality function in the development of a business plan and ensure the translation and implementation of that plan into HR actions. Strategy & Planning: - Work closely with the Heads of TechOps and Quality, as well as members of the functional leadership teams and Diagnostics HR Head to implement business objectives by highlighting potential HR-related business opportunities or weaknesses. - Translate the functional plans into HR strategic and operational plans; monitor…

Human Resources function in health care
[February 6, 2013 – 04:26 pm]
Human Resources function in health care

Leader Obama stood a hard won victory on Saturday evening (the 7-eighth day’s November 2009) when the landmark health care reform legislation (HR 3962) was passed with 220-215 votes. If everything goes the Obama way, then with the finish of year 09 Affordable Health care for America Act would apply just like a law affecting almost fifty million US lives. But simply what does this Act really imply? How can it will impact an average US existence? How can the Act customize the outsourcing industry particularly? Through my article below I attempt to reply to these plus much more…

Human Resources function in a Hotel
[February 4, 2013 – 01:25 am]
Human Resources function in a Hotel

A newly hotel which will be opening sometime soon in March 2013, featuring 60 (sixty) rooms facilitated with an all day dining restaurant which caters the Asian specialities and a roof-top lounge offering magnificent Central Jakarta’s view and the best local gourmet, delicacies and beverages looks for a great highly energetic dynamic professional who craves challenging career and professional growth to strengthen our team as; Human Resources Manager Requirements: Bachelor Degree from reputable university (Master Degree will be an advantage) Min. 5 years of total working experience…

Human Resources function in a Business
[January 28, 2013 – 02:31 pm]
Human Resources function in a Business

What does a founder need to know about HR?   When chasing your dream leads you to opening your own business, you have a wealth of issues to deal with.  You’ll have to become an expert in operations, marketing, finance, tax law, real estate, motivation, sales and a host of other concerns.  The Human Resources function is usually not on the list, though it can derail your new enterprise as quickly as any of the others.  There are complexities that must be understood and addressed if you are to be successful, and the time you are able to commit may not be enough to handle the work…