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  • White Papers // Mar 2008

    Drafting The Employee Handbook

    The policies that you decide to include in your handbook, and the extent of the information that you provide in that policy, will be largely dependent upon your reasons for developing the handbook (what you are trying to communicate), the nature and culture of your organization, the legislation that applies...

    Provided By Thomson

  • Presentations // Jan 2003

    Human Resource Management And Competitive Advantage

    Careful and painstaking nurturing of the human resources adds value to the organization in the long run. An effective Human Resource (HR) management framework is instrumental in sustaining competitive advantage in the market. Selection is the process of obtaining and using job-related information from applicants for a job vacancy to...

    Provided By Thomson

  • Presentations // Jan 2003

    Hiring, Training & Evaluating Employees

    The steps involved in Human Resources (HR) management include hiring, training, and performance evaluation of employees. HR planning includes forecasting future staffing needs in the organization and evaluating the employee performance. The paper examines these issues. In this context, HR planning and issues involved therein are also discussed.

    Provided By Thomson

  • Presentations // Jan 2003

    Merger, Consolidation, And Termination

    The contemporary business era is the age of corporate restructuring. The avenues available for reorganization include merger, consolidation, and purchase of another corporation?s assets. The paper examines dynamics of these strategies and discusses issues involved therein.

    Provided By Thomson

  • White Papers // Oct 2002

    Driving With The Top Down

    Today most investors who peer across Bear Valley assume that once stocks finally stop falling, they will promptly climb back to previous heights. Few contemplate a third alternative -- an extended period when stocks frustrate both the bulls and the bears and remain at low levels. In this type of...

    Provided By Thomson

  • White Papers // Jul 2002

    Basket Case

    California-based Gazebo has assembled a cadre of analysts and mathematicians to cook up investment models correlating stock price movements to events and trends in the news. The result of their labors are pairs of portfolios -- bullish and bearish -- bracketing 25 indexes, commodity prices, interest rates and individual stocks....

    Provided By Thomson

  • White Papers // Mar 2008

    Drafting The Employee Handbook

    The policies that you decide to include in your handbook, and the extent of the information that you provide in that policy, will be largely dependent upon your reasons for developing the handbook (what you are trying to communicate), the nature and culture of your organization, the legislation that applies...

    Provided By Thomson

  • White Papers // Jul 2002

    Basket Case

    California-based Gazebo has assembled a cadre of analysts and mathematicians to cook up investment models correlating stock price movements to events and trends in the news. The result of their labors are pairs of portfolios -- bullish and bearish -- bracketing 25 indexes, commodity prices, interest rates and individual stocks....

    Provided By Thomson

  • White Papers // Oct 2002

    Driving With The Top Down

    Today most investors who peer across Bear Valley assume that once stocks finally stop falling, they will promptly climb back to previous heights. Few contemplate a third alternative -- an extended period when stocks frustrate both the bulls and the bears and remain at low levels. In this type of...

    Provided By Thomson

  • Presentations // Jan 2003

    Human Resource Management And Competitive Advantage

    Careful and painstaking nurturing of the human resources adds value to the organization in the long run. An effective Human Resource (HR) management framework is instrumental in sustaining competitive advantage in the market. Selection is the process of obtaining and using job-related information from applicants for a job vacancy to...

    Provided By Thomson

  • Presentations // Jan 2003

    Hiring, Training & Evaluating Employees

    The steps involved in Human Resources (HR) management include hiring, training, and performance evaluation of employees. HR planning includes forecasting future staffing needs in the organization and evaluating the employee performance. The paper examines these issues. In this context, HR planning and issues involved therein are also discussed.

    Provided By Thomson

  • Presentations // Jan 2003

    Merger, Consolidation, And Termination

    The contemporary business era is the age of corporate restructuring. The avenues available for reorganization include merger, consolidation, and purchase of another corporation?s assets. The paper examines dynamics of these strategies and discusses issues involved therein.

    Provided By Thomson