Conclusion It can be concluded from the above study that Tesco have a very

Conclusion it can be concluded from the above study

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to be in support of the worker development. Conclusion It can be concluded from the above study that Tesco have a very unique human resource team. TESCO has a huge number of employees and they manage them very well. HR department also help them to make proper decision for the company. In each chapter, this Human Resource management has its own set of quality as they are also responsible for managing the staff and the business. They bear all the risks for the choices they make, as the decisions significantly affect the company's productivity. In this section all the important aspect of the relationship between employee and employer th at influences the work process at a huge number in the company.
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