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Two recent studies on deviant behavior in the workplace are examined and the implications for human resources managers are drawn from these studies. Workplace deviance behavior (WDB) can be defined as any voluntary behavior by an employee that is counterproductive, violating organizational norms, and harming the organization’s operation. Researchers estimate that organizations lose up to $200 billion annually due to WDB and perhaps as many as 75% of employees have participated in WDB. Examples of WDB run along a spectrum from less severe behaviors such as using the organization’s Internet for personal use, calling in ...
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Human Resources: It's About the People
Human Resources is THE topic in today’s world. There are downsizings, union negotiations, pay issues, telecommuting, health insurance, retirement issues and how to save the historic memory in talent. The networking today is social media and that involves people. So, why is the HR department still talking about “getting a seat at the table?” This is the boardroom or executive table where the decision makers are doing what they do best. Why is the HR department is not THE RESOURCE? It is easy to understand when HR keeps asking the question. They are can be like 5- years-olds who think that asking the question over and over ... market research, surveys and trends
Human Resources – Past issues of weekly features
What do you do for that special boss or co-worker on their birthday, their company anniversary, their engagement, the birth of their child, or to celebrate the holiday season. Gift-giving occasions are endless – and endlessly challenging. UPDATED. 12/13/02 - Best Practices in Interviewing You want to interview potential staff and effectively select the people who best fit your organization’s needs. To do this, your interview process, interview questions, and interview exchanges must be legal, ethical, and not offer assurances that potential staff can interpret as promises. Want to know more about interviews? 12/06/02 - market research, surveys and trends

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Workplace Violence: Violence Can Happen Here
A very real, clear and present danger lurks just beyond the consciousness of people who work together eight to ten hours a day, five to seven days a week. It is the potential for violence to occur in your workplace. Increasingly, the Human Resources function is both the target of these threats of workplace violence and the organization's first line of defense for the prevention of workplace violence. What causes workplace violence? Are violent actions more likely to occur at work? What actions or changes tell an organization that an individual has the potential to commit a violent act at work? This article about workplace ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
US Human Resource Management - HR Articles and Features
publishes articles and news releases about HR surveys, employment law, human resource research, HR books and careers that bridge the gap between theory and practice. HRM Guide Updates Latest updates on the HRM Guide websites Jobs and Careers Advice, job postings and leads Student HRM Hundreds of pages of information, updates and links to articles HR News HR news releases, announcements, reports HRM Guide is edited by Alan Price, author of: Human Resource Management in a Business Context 3rd edition Human Resource Management in a Business Context provides an international focus on the theory and practice of people management. A ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Human Resources: guide me in correct way, correspondence course ...
Are you doing an MBA where you are taking up marketing major & HR minor? If yes, then you need not do an additional correspondence course from Symbiosis or ICFAI. If you do want to study more subjects in HR, it may be better to talk to your faculty at your institute and see if you can take on additional courses or get guidance from them independently. Once you work in a particular field, then switching to another field is easier in the same company first before being considered for a different field by another company. Of course, if you are willing to start afresh after 6 months to a year, even another company may consider you. ...
Google Answers: Conducting a Job Interview
Hi lovepyaar, Thank you for an interesting question. Candidates coming for an interview might be nervous so you want to get the environment right for a successful interview. Make them feel welcome and relaxed from the moment they step in the door because they will perform better if put at ease, and they will leave with a positive attitude towards your company if they are treated well. If the interview room has a clock, set up the room so you are the one viewing the clock. Keep the temperature at a comfortable range for you. ========= The Space Within Management Erudition - Interviewing Staff ...