Essay on Reflective Journal Hrm Strategy
Reflective Journal on seminars covered between week 5, 6, 8 and 10
7011EHR HRM Strategy
Lecturer: Dr Maree Boyle
Date of submission: 08. October 2012
Table of content
1. Reflective Journal for week 5: Changing role of HRM in the 21 century 2 1.1. Explain 2 1.2. Expand 2 1.3. Critical Reflection/Analysis 3 2. Reflective Journal for week 6: SHRM in an international context 4 2.1. Explain 5 2.2. Expand 5 2.1. Critical Reflection/Analysis 6 2.2. References 6 3. Reflective Journal for week 8: HR, Ethics and CSR/Sectoral differentiation in SHRM 7 3.1. Explain 7 3.2. Expand 8 3.3. Critical Reflection/Analysis 8 3.4. References 9 4. Reflective …show more content…
In order to foster the engagement of young employees as well as retain and develop young talent TKSE implemented a talent program which shows young academics development and career opportunities and supports them financially, mentally and with a range of workshops during their studies. I was part of the program during my Bachelor and signed a contract to work for the company for at least 3 years after my study. The YP of TKSE also supports me during my Master studies in Australia. References
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