Human Resources Management – TYBMS Sem 5 Important Questions Bank 2015

Hello TYBMS students, We’ve been receiving many requests by students to publish some questions we think are important from the exam preparations perspective. Let’s try to make this a two way exercise. While we gather the question banks, you might have some inputs on this too! Please use the...

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What Is The Importance of Worker’s Participation?

What Is The Importance of Worker's Participation?

      Participation is contribution in the process of decision making and implementing. This participation is emotional and physical in nature. Significance/Importance of workers’ participation 1. Realistic suggestion. 2. Improves morale. 3. Facilitates monitoring. 4. Optimum utilisation of resources. 5. Accountability. 6. Less resistance.  

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What Is The Importance of Employee Empowerment?

What Is The Importance of Employee Empowerment?

      Empower means to authorise or give power to; therefore employee empowerment involves giving power or authority to employees. Importance/significance of employee empowerment I. Improves morale. II. Quick decision making III. Better utilisations of human resources-. IV. Concentrate on important issues. V. Less labour turnover. VI. Provides...

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What Is The Scope of Human Resource Audit?

What Is The Scope of Human Resource Audit?

      Human resource audit involves verification of the various human relation practices, policies and a programme adopted by the company. Scope of human resource audit 1. All levels 2.  Policy formulation 3. Policy communication 4. Recruitment and selection 5. Human resource development 6. Motivation. 7.  Research &...

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What Is The Two Factor Theory of 1950s?

What Is The Two Factor Theory of 1950s?

    Fredrick Herzberg developed the two factor theory in 1950’s. (i) Hygiene factors Hygiene factors are necessary to prevent dissatisfactions.. Hygiene factors may include : * Wages, salaries, * Interpersonal relations. * Job Security. (ii) Motivational factors Motivational factors mean those factors which would induce employees to work...

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