Human_Resource_Management

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Introduction to Human Resource  Introduction to Human Resource  Management Management
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Human  Resource  Management Basic  Motivation  Theories Other  Motivation  Theories Applying  Human  Resource  Managemen t Recruiting,  Selecting  and Training Appraising  and  Compensati ng Scheduling  and  Termination
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Motivation is  Motivation is  the internal  the internal  condition that  condition that  activates  activates  behaviour and  behaviour and  gives it  gives it  direction;  direction;  energizes and  energizes and  directs goal- directs goal- oriented  oriented  behaviour” behaviour” Wikipedia Commons Wikipedia Commons
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Industry  Benchmar k Report Market  Summary Income  Statement Balance  Sheet Cash  Flow  Statement Reports to  focus on:
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Complete the  gathering of all  information from  the six rollovers Work on the  completion of  your team’s final  report / reflection
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Basic  Motivatio Theories Human  Resource  Management Other  Motivation  Theories Applying  Human  Resource  Managemen t Recruiting,  Selecting  and Training Appraising  and  Compensati ng Scheduling  and  Termination
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The Great Little Box Company The Great Little Box Company
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Read the article, “Packing the Perfect HR  Read the article, “Packing the Perfect HR  Punch” Punch” Write down as many points as you can on this module’s worksheet. Answer the following question: 1. Why do you think that this company is  a great place to work?
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Best Workplaces in Canada” Best Workplaces in Canada”
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Read the article, “Best Workplaces in Canada” Read the article, “Best Workplaces in Canada” Answer the question on this module’s worksheet. Answer the following question: 1. Identify and define each of the 5  themes.
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Self- actualization Esteem Social Safety Physiological Each of us focus our  attention on the lowest  level of unmet need at  any time The higher up the  hierarchy of our current  motivation, the greater  number of lower level  needs that are currently  being met Each of us has the  capability of moving up  or down the hierarchy  based solely on unmet  needs Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
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Figure 11.3, Comparison of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and  Herzberg’s Theory of Factors Herzberg’s Theory of Factors Self-actualization Esteem or ego Social Safety Physiological Work itself Achievement Possibility of growth Advancement Recognition Status Interpersonal  relations Superior Subordinates Peers Supervision Company policy and  administration Job security Working conditions Salary Personal life Motivational Hygiene (Maintenance) Maslow Herzberg Understanding Canadian Business
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This note was uploaded on 12/02/2010 for the course AFM 20220098 taught by Professor Sproule during the Fall '09 term at Waterloo.

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