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  • AN ANALYSIS OF GLOBALIZATION AND ITS AFFECT ON STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT FOR AN ORGANIZATIONAL SUCCESS


Dr. Latha Siddapur

Abstract:
This paper stories on how the phenomenon of globalization has influenced enterprises going for walks in a worldwide context to revisit the way wherein they manipulate their human property in French, German and Indian world businesses, which has propelled the development of Strategic HRM.(Khanderkar et al2005).


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  • MANAGEMENT OF STRESS THROUGH SPIRITUAL LIFESTYLE – A STUDY


Pintu Mahakul

Abstract:
We observe that everywhere competition is growing rapidly and due to new inventions and advancement of technology lifestyle is also changed. Growth of material interest and development of inventions have added new direction to modern business and society for comfortable living.


13-22
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  • IT'S THE SIDE OF EXTREME INFLUENCING ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR THROUGH THE APPLYING OF DISCOVERING OUT THEORIES


Dr. Latha Siddapur

Abstract:
By way of the years, finding out has been apparent as an animated and money making part of peoples’ persona and collective experiences. Finding out is an attribute of all human pursuits and defines humanity.


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  • DEVELOPING A COMMITTED WORKFORCE: WHAT CONNECTS EMPLOYEES TO THEIR ORGANIZATIONS?


Ms Jaya Malhotra & Dr KK Sharma

Abstract:
Various studies have been conducted to ascertain the correlates and antecedents of organizational commitment of the workforce in different sectors. Regardless of the established organizational concerns regarding this vital issue, there are still many areas that still seem to be under-researched or discounted.


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  • AN OVERVIEW ON ENVIRONMENTAL REPORTING – A NEW DIMENSION OF CORPORATE REPORTING


Dr. R. Uma Devi

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Nowadays due to globalization, the concept of Corporate Reporting has gained utmost importance and has become a worldwide concept whereby organizations’ consider the interests of stakeholders by taking responsibility for the impact of their business activities on customers, employees, shareholders communities and the economy as a whole.


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  • THE DETERMINANTS OF CORPORATE FINANCIAL PATTERN: EVIDENCE FROM CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES


Venkati Ponnala

Abstract:
Capital structure has attracted intense debate in the financial management arena for nearly half- century.


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  • THE DETERMINANTS AFFECTING THE INTEREST RATE OF COMMERCIAL BANKS IN CAN THO CITY


Tran Kieu Nga and Tran Thi Kieu Trang

Abstract:
The high interest rate spreads of the commercial banking industry in the currency union have emerged as a key public policy issue. Commercial banks are the main source of business funding in the Can Tho City, therefore, the level of interest rate spreads is an important policy variable.


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  • ANALYSIS OF PREFERENCES OF GEN-Y EMPLOYEES TOWARDS COMPENSATION AND MOTIVATING FACTORS AT WORKPLACE


Prof. Dr. Sayalee Gankar & Mr. Manohar Karade

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Economic growth of organization, we need to attract and retain the right people with the right skills at the right time or in the absence of which organizations cannot innovate, grow or, in many cases, survive.


115-133
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  • UNJUST SYSTEM OF ADMISSION: A REVIEW OF LAW STUDENTS


Dr. Adeniyi Temitope Adetunji, Funminiyi Mosadoluwa Obilanade & Dr. Funmilayo Gifty David

Abstract:
This paper is designed to study the policies regarding university admission, how the policies are positioned, and the contemporary issues faced, in terms of creation of a new varsity.


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  • SOME FACTS ABOUT RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION EFFECTIVITY OF ORGANIZATIONS IN A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK


Dr. Latha Siddapur

Abstract:
This paper examines the extent to which strategic human resource management impacts organization performance from more than a few primary views. Rapid environmental changes, competitors to furnish progressive merchandise and offerings, changing client and investor needs and globalization have emerged as the natural backdrop for organizations.


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  • FACTORS DETERMINING THE LEADERSHIP IN THE PROFITS OF THE ALL INCLUSIVE INDUSTRY AND BOUTIQUE ACCOMMODATION


Miglena Temelkova

Abstract:
The research outlines the main factors determining the leadership in the profits of the all inclusive industry and boutique accommodation through theoretical, practical-and-applied and questionnaire survey on a global and local level.


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  • A STUDY ON THE FACTORS INFLUENCING THE READABILITY AND UNDERSTANDABILITY OF LABELING INFORMATION ON PACKED FOOD PRODUCTS: IN THE CASE OF SRIKAKULAM CITY


Dr. K.Venugopal, V. Gopalakrishna, Dr Mulugeta Negash & Aschalew Adane Brhanu

Abstract:
Packed food products are meant to be hygienic and increase the intension of Buying Behaviour for most of the customers now a days. Customers do not hesitate to spend more money for the sake of freshness, protection and quality of the product.


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  • PSYCHOLOGICAL EMPOWERMENT AND ITS IMPACT ON CRITICAL WORK OUTCOMES SUCH AS ORGANISATIONAL COMMITMENT, JOB - SATISFACTION AND SELF-EVALUATED PERFORMANCE


Ms. Lydia Harrell

Abstract:
The aim of this study was to explore and measure psychological empowerment and its components and also assess the impact of psychological empowerment on three critical work outcomes such as organisational commitment, job satisfaction and self-appraised performance among the Indian bank employees belonging to the clerical cadre.


190-235
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  • WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AND THEIR IMPACT ON FIRMS’ PROFITABILITY: EVIDENCE FROM SELECTED MANUFACTURING COMPANIES


Venkati Ponnala

Abstract:
The main purpose of this study is to test empirically the impact of working capital management on profitability. To investigate the relationship between these two, the researcher collected secondary data from 19 manufacturing share companies for the period of 2010 to 2014.


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  • BUBBLING IN FOOD TECH STARTUPS IN INDIA


Vinay Pal Singh

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The Indian food industry has an awesome existence in the Indian Economy. Currently it contributes around Rs.23 lakhs crores in 2015. The idea of inclusion of technology into food industry is now the hottest sector in Indian food industry.


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  • THE BUSINESS OF GLOBALIZATION ON HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND ITS ROLE


Dr. Latha Siddapur

Abstract:
The duties of Human resource departments are transforming considering the fact that the extremely-ultra-modern day alternate faces pressures of globalization. The international furnish of ability is looking its lengthy-time interval demand, and the hole is a mission for employers a ways and wide the situation the function.


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  • ANGER MANAGEMENT AND INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIP IN ADOLESCENTS


Dr. P. N. Harikumar & Dr. Susha D

Abstract:
Adolescence is a transitional stage of physical and mental human development that occurs between childhood and adulthood which unfolds gradually touching upon many aspects of the individual's behavior, development and relationships.


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  • AN ANALYSIS OF AWARENESS OF EMPLOYEES ON THE CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY PRACTICES - A STUDY IN THE SCCL


Mrs. A.R. Satyavathi & Prof. V.Chandra Sekhara Rao

Abstract:
The globalization made the world a small village and with the revolution of communication technology the distance among the nations was further narrowed.


298-307
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  • AN ANALYSIS OF AWARENESS OF EMPLOYEES ON THE CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY PRACTICES - A STUDY IN THE SCCL


Mrs. A.R. Satyavathi & Prof. V.Chandra Sekhara Rao

Abstract:
The globalization made the world a small village and with the revolution of communication technology the distance among the nations was further narrowed.


298-307
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  • EVALUATION OF OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE OF SMALL INDUSTRIES DEVELOPMENT BANK OF INDIA


Mr. L. Madhu Kumar & Prof. P.Viswanadham

Abstract:
The MSME (Micro Small and Medium Enterprises) sector in India has gained importance after the independence. The small and medium sector contributes major percentage of the total GDP and total exports of India. MSME is also playing an important role in enhancing employment for the people in rural and urban areas of the country and has been retaining its position as second employment providing sector in the country after agriculture.


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  • AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF OPTIMISM BIAS EFFECT ON INVESTMENT DECISIONS OF INDIAN EQUITY INVESTORS


Dr. Syed Tabassum Sultana

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Optimism bias is the tendency of the investor to exaggerate his/her abilities and a tendency to be over-optimistic about an outcome or plan of action. Optimism relate to the overestimation of the favorable outcomes in comparison to unfavorable ones.


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  • A COMPREHENSIVE STUDY OF WORK LIFE BALANCE,JOB NATURE, JOB CONSTRAINTS, EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT OF MARKETING PROFESSIONALS OF PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY IN COIMBATORE DISTRICT, TAMILNADU


J. John manoharan & Dr. N. Kathirvel

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The success of any organization is stemmed out from how an organization values its employees and the employees value the organization. When employees are engaged to their work and also committed to their organization, it would be assumable that the employee turnover rates would be low. This study aims to find out if that really is the case of the field staff, i.e. marketing professionals of pharmaceutical companies in the Coimbatore region, tamilnadu.


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  • A BUILDING COMPETENCY MAPPING MODEL FOR HR PROFESSIONALS IN IT INDUSTRY


Prof. Lakshmi Narayana. K & Prof. Niveditha. M. U

Abstract:
In a knowledge economy, people are the heart of any business organization. Organizations need to build, sharpen and leverage on their competitive advantage-people. Organizations of the 21st century recognize the fact that human resources are the most valuable resource of the company and are the key differentiating factor in this competitive scenario.


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