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Job Enrichment

Job Enrichment

Introduction: Job enrichment is defined as a way to motivate employees by giving them more responsibilities and variety in their jobs. It can be contrasted to job enlargement which simply increases the number of tasks without changing the challenge. As such job enrichment has been described as &#.....

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Job Rotation

Job Rotation

Introduction: Job rotation gives the employee the opportunity to develop skills in a variety of changing jobs. In job rotation, employees will make lateral moves the majority of the time, but job rotation can also involve a promotion. Job rotation: Job rotation involves shifting a person from one.....

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Functions of HRM

Functions of HRM

Introduction: HRM involves management functions like planning, organizing, directing and controlling.  human resource management is to plan, develop, and administer policies and programmes designed to make expeditious use of an organisation’s human resources. It is that part of management whic.....

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Criticisms of NGOs

Criticisms of NGOs

NGOs of Bangladesh have increasingly become subject to criticism about their role and functions, by the government, political parties, professionals and public in general.NGO maintains its non-governmental status by excluding government representatives from membership in the organization. Critici.....

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Advantages of Job Enlargement

Advantages of Job Enlargement

Job enlargement is another method of job design when any organization wishes to adopt proper job design it can opt for job enlargement. Job enlargement involves combining various activities at the same level in the organization and adding them to the existing job. It increases the scope of the jo.....

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Sales Strategies

Sales Strategies

Introduction: In today’s global marketplace, managers face many challenges related to fulfilling the customer’s ever-changing needs and expectations. The concept of customer service has recently become more complex as a result of globalization of goods and services. Customers are now .....

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Report on Partex Group

Report on Partex Group

Executive Summary Partex Group is committed to the prosperity of Bangladesh. This enterprises play a positive role in alleviating poverty and generating employment an important objective of our country. Partex is a free market economy, where private sector plays a key role in establishing an indu.....

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Grievance Procedure

Grievance Procedure

A written grievance procedure, known to employees, can be very helpful in creating a positive atmosphere. It informs employees how they can obtain a hearing on their problems and it assures that, the owner/manager, become aware that the problem exists. When employees know that someone will listen.....

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Husband wife Relationship

Husband wife Relationship

Introduction: Husband wife relationship based on marriage. Through marriage a man and a woman become Husband wife respectively. Marriage is an oldest tradition of mankind. No society is found where there is no some from of marriage system. Islam denounces celibacy and encourages marriage. Success.....

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Interest Rate

Interest Rate

Introduction: Interest has been most controversial topic in the whole theory of distribution. Economists have differed regarding the nature of interest as well as how it is determined. In fact the subject of interest is sum an unsettled question of economics. The very definition of interest depen.....

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Cost Volume Profit Analysis

Cost Volume Profit Analysis

Introduction Cost Volume Profit analysis (CVP) is one of the most hallowed, and yet one of the simplest, analytical tools in management accounting. In a general sense, it provides a sweeping financial overview of the planning process (Horngren et al., 1994). That overview allows managers to exami.....

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Case study on Inflation

Case study on Inflation

Introduction: Inflation occurs when the general level of prices is rising. Inflation is being measured by using the CIP (consumer price index) weighted averages of the prices of the products. The consumer price index measures the cost of a market basket of consumer goods and services relative to .....

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