One first must need to understand that actually what are Ethics?
And what is there role in Human resource management.
Ethics, sometimes known as moral philosophy, is a branch of philosophy that
involves systematizing, defending and recomme
Introduction to Human Resource Management
The Harvard Framework of HRM was developed by Beeretal. (1984). This framework is based on the
belief that the problems of historical personal management can only be solved when general managers
develop a view poi
Training and Development
Training is often looked upon as an organized activity for increasing the knowledge
and skills of people for a definite purpose. It involves systematic procedures for
transferring technical know-how to the employees so as to incre
Remuneration consists of the rewards that employees receive
from their work. Employees that work for modern companies and other major UK
companies will receive a range of money based and other rewards ranging from
discounts on company product