Effect of Organisational Support on Job Satisfaction

23 Mar 2015 04 Jan 2018

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Abstract Purpose: The purpose of this research is to test the effect of Perceived Organisational Support on Job satisfaction and to determine the effect of mediation of Trust on Job Satisfaction in the two different sectors of employment- Public and Private. Here Sector of Employment acts as a moderator and Job Trust as the mediator. Design/methodology/approach: A questionnaire was prepared and administered to 182 employees working in ...

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Sole Traders, Partnerships and Limited Companies Comparison

23 Mar 2015 04 Jan 2018

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ADVANTAGES OF SOLE TRADERS: * Economical and easy to set up a new firm. Not much capital is required. * The sole trader has the total control over its firm. The owner has the, hand-on approach over its business; he doesn't need to consult with anyone. * The owner being the sole trader, keeps all the profit. * The business dealings are confidential, competitors cannot look ...

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Hierarchy of Human Needs and Goal Setting Theory

23 Mar 2015 04 Jan 2018

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Introduction As the increasing concern of how to achieve performance excellence through employees, most of the organizations now pay more attentions on the means of motivating employees, such as incentives, rewards. Kreitner (2004) quoted Mitchells definition of motivation which refers to those psychological processes that cause the arousal, direction, and persistence of voluntary actions that are goal directed. Different motivation theories guide the ways of encouraging people ...

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Working Environment of Lloyds TSB

23 Mar 2015 04 Jan 2018

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Introduction: Lloyds TSB group is the UK‘s biggest organisation. More than 66000 are working for this organisation in UK and in 27 countries around the globe. The business serves around 16 million customers operating in a range of financial markets, including personal and private banking, corporate banking, insurance and mortgages. Lloyds TSB is working globally and competes within rapidly changing markets for the delivery of financial services ...

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Charity PESTEL Analysis and Recommendations

27 Jul 2017 06 Nov 2017

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Dhreima Qatar The Volunteering in the Community Dhreima is one of the charities in Qatar. It's considered the best family of the orphans and the ideal environment for the children who are suffering from poverty in Qatar. Charity is the concept of giving. It makes the person who follows charity feels the suffering and hopelessness just like the others. The charity is pushing the person ...

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Strategic Planning Essay

23 Mar 2015 11 Oct 2017

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Introduction: Planning is the most important thing for all organization. A successful plan means a successful mission to goal of a business or organization. It doesn't matter the organization big or small. Plan will bring you to face the challenges and opportunities. This will enable to deliver more effectively to meet the needs of target people and strengthen the organization. Planning is the first step towards sustainable ...

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Dimensions of Organisational Misbehaviour

19 Sep 2017

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Critically discuss the dimensions where organisational misbehaviour is rooted. Use relevant academic references and organisational examples to illustrate. Whilst the subject of organisational behaviour has been widely studied, as a method for improving the performance of organisations and improving the level of managerial control, organisational misbehaviour has received considerably less attention. Indeed, Ambrose et al (2002) argue that there is little agreement around the dominant motives ...

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Informal Groups within an Organisation

18 Sep 2017

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Abstract Organisations contain formal groups which have been put into place by the organisational management to perform specific tasks in order to further the aims of the organisation. In addition to the formal groups, there are informal groups which can assume an existence in organisations as a result of the mutually shared interests of the individuals who are a part of the organisation. Informal groups exist ...

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Incident Grading in Emergency Responses

16 Aug 2017

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Situations/incidents go into a system where they determine how high risk/serious the incident is and it is done into 4 grades. P3: The first grade is the emergency response, and this is the most high risk response and is followed through when someone is in a critical emergency such as a violence that is about to happen and also if there is big damage to ...

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Zara Organizational Structure

24 Jul 2017

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Structure relates to a skeletal framework of activities and processes in an organisation and specifies the roles of these in achieving goals and objectives of the organisation. According to (Mullins, 2009), a good structure is highly important due to the fact that decisions on structure are primary strategic decisions which can make or break an organisation. One important aspect of a good structure is the human element. ...

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Role of Client Servicing in Infrastructure Company

24 Jul 2017

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  PREFACE Companies with a high customer retention rate know the value of client servicing. Essentially, this is the process of creating and maintaining a strong working rapport with each customer. Often referred to as customer care, it is about understanding the needs and desires of the customer, and moving to meet those needs in a proactive manner. While there are a number of client service ...

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Ontological or Epistemological Organisational Structure

23 Mar 2015 14 Jul 2017

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Keywords: epistemology organisation theory Organizations Structure: Modern / Symbolic and Post- Modern perspectives There are many different ways at looking at organizations, with each way producing a different insight, knowledge, and perspective. Depending on the ontological as well epistemological assumptions, different theories and perspectives may seem to apply better. The essay will focus on the similarities and differences between the theories through the models of social structure ...

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Concept Of Motivation

23 Mar 2015 12 Jul 2017

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Keywords: implications motivation, implications motivational concepts This essay discusses the concept of motivation and its implications for the organisations. The author defines the theory of motivation and then reviews some of the theories (i.e. Maslows Hierarchy of Needs, Expectancy Theory, McGregors Theory X and Y, Hertzbergs Two-Factor Theory) that are significant to understand the human behaviour in the organisations. Further the essay provides arguments for the existing ...

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Effects of Strikes Businesses

23 Mar 2015 11 Jul 2017

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Keywords: disadvantage of strikes, impact of strikes I. Introduction Boycotts and lockouts are two other anti-impasse weapons sometimes used by labour and management. An impasse occurs when the parties aren't able to move further toward settlement. The principal weapons of offense employed by labor organizations in the warfare against employers are the strike and the boycott. According to the Dessler G. (2008), "Strike is a withdrawal of ...

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Authority-responsibility relationships

23 Mar 2015 09 May 2017

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Modern organizations are constantly trying to incorporate a humanistic approach in order to keep their employees happy. Organizational behavior is greatly affected by changes that occur inside the company. One that is seen as most important is that of the changes in organizational structures. The old way of doing things with bureaucratic models have given way to modern models using project and matrix designs. Every organization has ...

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Private, public and voluntary sector

23 Mar 2015 24 Apr 2017

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In my assignment I'm going to look at the different between three types of organisation which divided to privet sector, public sector and voluntary sector. As we know about the organisation are group of people who are working together, and the privet sector is the organization who is making special profit to develop his/her own company and it made up of sole proprietor , partnership and franchise ...

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The beer industry: Literature and definitions

23 Mar 2015 13 Apr 2017

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Background and objective of the topic The beer industry has been around for many centuries and has always impacted national economies. Countries, such as the United Kingdom (UK) and the United States (US), have had a capricious relationship with the beer industry over the last few centuries. Indeed, these countries see the benefit for the economy, from tax revenue increases to job creation, but other regulatory and ...

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Principal characteristics of the weberian ideal type bureaucracy- roles of power and authority.

23 Mar 2015 17 Aug 2015

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INTRODUCTION Bureaucracy has been studied for a long time now and many organizations have adopted this model in the day to day running of their organization. The aim of this essay is to explore the “Ideal type” bureaucracy developed by Max Weber, its characteristics, the role of power and authority on it and its strengths and weaknesses. Firstly we would look at various definitions of bureaucracy drawn ...

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Talisman Energy

23 Mar 2015

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1.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The following report outline research that will evaluate the goals and objective within organization. In doing so a series of interview with the relevant personal of Talisman (M) Sdn Bhd is done. Talisman Energy (Talisman) is an independent international upstream oil and gas company undertaking exploration, development, production, transportation, and marketing of crude oil, natural gas, and natural gas liquids (NGLs). Talisman was establish ...

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The Post Office

23 Mar 2015

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The Post Office is a group of three core businesses that form the UK's national postal system. It operates as a public corporation and is owned, but not managed, by the Government. Its businesses are: Royal Mail: the letters business, Post Office Counters Limited, the retail Business and Parcel force, the parcels business. It also runs Subscription Services Limited, which provides a portfolio ...

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How is pestle affecting the company?

23 Mar 2015

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1. Introduction Today in the 21st century there are so many small and big companies out there to perform their best and they are the market leader. And to become the market leader in the system they are trying to implement their company structure day by day. To achieve that, they are spending time and money to find out the way how they are going to ...

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Distinctive resources

23 Mar 2015

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10.The internal environment of the firm:doesyour firm haveany distinctive strategic resource/assets?HOW/WHY? According to Johnson et al (2008), distinctive resources are indispensible element of organization to create competitive advantage. These unique resources should be hard to imitate or obtain. A powerful brand can be seen as a distinctive resource for organization as it cannot be imitated easily (Johnson et al, 2008). A powerful brand related to a long ...

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Responsibilities of an organisation

23 Mar 2015

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Task 3 In this task, I will discuss about the responsibilities of an organisation and how they achieve their desired responsibility. Definition First of all, one must know what the definition of an organisation's responsibility is. An organisation's responsibility is the ethical behaviour of an organisation when conducting or running its business. Organisation's responsibility can also be referred as corporate social responsibility, sustainable responsible business, corporate social ...

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Bureaucratic organization

23 Mar 2015

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2.1.0 Developing change process using a change models Unfreezing ) Movement ) Refreezing 2.2.0 Stakeholder Involvement in Change Process:- Customers Employees Owner/operators Suppliers Share holders Local communities   Managing Change is a structured approach to Individuals, Team and Organizations from a current state to a desired future state. Introduction is a British-based international grocery and general merchandising retail chain. It is the largest British retailer ...

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Organisations

23 Mar 2015

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Today organizations especially large ones are very complicated, because they are in a continuously changing business and economic environment. Moreover consumer's demand is high, constantly changes and all that force organisations to be in an intensive competition and to increase the standards of performance. Companies have established Human resource departments or senior managers to perform human resource management functions and use practices in order to try to ...

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Increasingly competitive world

23 Mar 2015

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Introduction: In this increasingly competitive world, companies find it more and more difficult to bring a competitive edge. It is nowadays difficult for a customer X to differentiate a product or a service from another as it is true that all the brands have got lots of similarity. Infect, in such a situation, innovation become crucial and vital for any company which want to last long in ...

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Disciplinary procedures

23 Mar 2015

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Introduction: Discipline is the essential part of any organization. A disciplinary procedure is sometimes the best way for your employer to tell you when something is wrong. It allows them to explain clearly what improvement is needed and should give you an opportunity to put your side of the situation. The discipline policy is depending of the company. Hear in newly open Tesco, the manager can take ...

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Departments in organisations

23 Mar 2015

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The infrastructure of an organisation can vary greatly depending on its size; the larger the organisation, the greater the need for specialisation within it infrastructure. Departments will also vary depending upon the role of the business in regards to the day to day operations of the company. I have chosen to identify and analyse Vodafone Group Plc as this organization is the world's leading telecommunications company dealing ...

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Definition of learning organization culture

23 Mar 2015

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Introduction A learning organization is an organization skilled at creating, acquiring, and transferring knowledge, and at modifying its behavior to reflect new knowledge and insights. Ajay Agarwal adds learning in an organization means the continuous testing of experience, and the transformation of that experience into knowledge- accessible to the whole organization, and relevant to its core purpose. Thus, it is derived that learning in an organization ...

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Evaluating Pharmaceutical Outsourcing

23 Mar 2015

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PHARMACEUTICAL BUSINESS OVERVIEW The pharmaceutical companies in their nascent times were always categorized by high profits and as an attractive sector for investors with outperforming stocks. The companies generated high revenues from the sale of innovative drugs against which it acquired patents and thus had to face monopolistic competition. United States and Western Europe were the hubs of leading pharmaceutical companies providing majority of their revenues and ...

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How organisations can become better managers of cultural diversity on the global market

23 Mar 2015

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Introduction The purpose of this article is to demonstrate how organisations can become better managers of cultural diversity on the global market. This paper argues that organisations can achieve success with diversity environment by finding and accepting visible and non- visible differences between values and factors in the workforce (Kandola and Fullerton, 1998). Consequently, individual organisations need to have their own theories and ideas about management and ...

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Organization structure and effectiveness

23 Mar 2015

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Organisation Structure and Effectiveness Introduction Organizational functions and activities need to be organized and coordinated. They should be designed properly to manage the effective division of work, grouping of activities, coordinating and controlling the work of the organization. Organizational structure determines the work allocation and grouping of activities according to the need and goals. All the activities need to be delegated by the managers to ...

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Organization resource management

23 Mar 2015

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‘The organization resource management may be defined as the composition of people and tools in any organisation for the attainment of the organisational goals.' The organisation resource management in star bucks company has achieved greater heights by planning, organising and controlling the resources available within the organisation to achieve its goals. Starbucks is one of the best known and fastest growing companies in the world. Set ...

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Organisational Change and Transformation

23 Mar 2015

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INTRODUCTION Organisational change practice and research aims at the improvement and development of organisations for the purpose of enhancing effectiveness and responsiveness to external changes through better people management, competence, communications, systems and structures. It is not a discipline that has more practical relevance in one sector than in another: the methods and approaches of the discipline are being applied in business and government alike. ...

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Organisation analysis

23 Mar 2015

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INTRODUCTION I personally feel that I already possessed some basic knowledge required in analysing and gathering information about an organisation. In the past while I was preparing myself for the campus recruitment programmes during my bachelors, I did a similar kind of research in order to get an idea beforehand about the companies and their market values that I was applying for. What I liked the ...

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