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    The human capital is referred as the knowledge and the set of skills that is possessed by population or an individual. The human capital is viewed in terms of the value or skill the person obtains and the value of money or cost the person attains. In terms of the organizations, human capital is the set of skills that employees acquire, and use their human skills to generate ideas, and perform work effectively and efficiently (Levy, 2010). The resources for human capital include talent,…

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    Introduction - Holly In this fast paced world, companies are trying to keep up with the times. Human Resource (HR) departments are also trying to keep their employees connected, and give potential applicants an easy way to access their company. Technology has become so far advanced that, when one program comes out, there is a more improved system right behind it. This makes for a challenge, when a company is getting ready to make a major investment to better their business and keep their…

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    seeking to fill the vacant Human Resources Coordinator position that your company has posted on Indeed.com. My interest in this position stems from my belief that I have the right combination of relevant staffing experience, communication skills, and high levels of organization that would make a valuable addition to your organization. My experience aligns well with the qualifications you are seeking at Family Service of Rhode Island; in particular, my role as a Human Resources Assistant at…

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    Human resource management can be defined as: ‘the department of a business or organization that deals with the hiring, administration, and training of personnel. ' It comprises the training, selection, assessment and ensures that an organization employees are well-remunerated for the jobs they do. HRM is in charge of controlling authoritative society and hierarchical administration and to a substantial degree guarantees that the representatives of an organization agree to the set down standards…

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    One of the important components in the tourism industry is the human resource. The human resource factor plays an eminent role in promoting the image of the country as a top tourism spot. Employees such as tour guides, travel agents, tour operators, airport personnel and hotel staff are considered as the human resource in tourism and hospitality industry. Leslie & Russell (2006) believe that learning and mastering foreign language skills is crucial for people working in the tourism and…

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    writing to express my interest in the Human Resources Generalist Position listed on your website. I have more than 28 years of experience in Human Resources. Most of my experience has been with a large hospital system. My start in the Human Resources was as a clerical backup and had the opportunity to work in many different positions and projects. I always have been a quick study and found my knowledge increasing in the different areas of Human Resources like recruitment, labor relations,…

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    Introduction: Human resource management also well-known as HRM remains as a standout amongst the rapidly growing areas of research in Human Resources (Lepak & Shaw 2008) and also as a strong component of research in the management area. Coming from a computer science background I always wondered how HRM department functions in an organization and why does it play a vital role. This report focuses on my understanding of Human Resources Management based on my learning’s in strategic human…

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    Human resource issues in the NHS The articles show a number of human resource issues that NHS have been facing for years. It can be identified into four major problems: 1. Unfit management approaches The changing organization system such as implementation NPM (New Public Management), performance target and talent management. Managers expected to increase the efficiency and control cost by those tools. However, the principles cannot apply in practical way properly. Some tools are not appropriate…

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    whether human resource is the most important asset in an organisation. Human resource mentioned in this essay means all the employees in an organisation and not the Human Resource (HR) department. The first part will elaborate on human resource in an organisation. The second part will talk about the different perceptives of the importance of human resource. For example, Gabčanová (2011) consider human resource as ultimate importance whereas Hsieh (2010) does not agree that human resource is…

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    Human Resources Management is “the management of work and people within an organisation” Boxall et al (2007:7). Human resources management is also expressed as an “inevitable process that accompanies the growth of an organisation” Boxall and Purcell (2010;29). which integrate its activities within its management in an organisation such as human capital management, knowledge management, organisation design and development, resourcing (workforce planning, recruitment and selection, and talent…

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