Argument-Child psychology has changed. Increase in the number of children with atypical profiles of development confirms the fact that today more than they need another way to relate, other stimulations. Little ones now have other elements of conduct, and the conduct of many educators remained the same, the effects of being perverse. Education system in Romania no longer corresponds to the current needs of both children. The present project to meet the needs of active experiments new ways of building the central educational relations at early ages. The intervention consists in devising a program of continuous training for teachers in the field of relational competence, which offers a new and promising way to social and emotional needs of children by promoting their good condition.
In a time where human resource is the only factor that can create a sustainable competitive advantage, it is very necessary to understand the employees of the organization. This books looks into the culture of the organizations through the use of five dimension model of culture. It determines what is the impact of the culture of the organization on the level of employee retention in the organization. How the increase and decrease of any one dimension can turn the tables around for an organization. It also relates the culture of the organization to the culture of a nation and how it helps in creating an organizational culture that is cohesive to employee retention. It sheds light on how to create that perfect organizational culture that creates a win win situation for both the employees and organization.
The Karbi tribal group of Assam in Northeast India are dwelling their livelihood in the lap of nature. Their traditional economic organization is very much depended on different natural resources. It is sustaining their livelihood since time immemorial. On the other hand, rituals, folk culture and certain social customs are also an integral part of their traditional economic organization. Thus among the Karbis traditional economic organization is a reflection of the ethno-ecology and cultural cognition in a broader spectrum.
From human Relation approach, Employees are the most important asset in organization. This implies that, in order to more effective; organization has to accept employees as the most component of organization. As organizational climate is related to perception of employees toward their organization practices policies, reward and working environment it can affect organization success. Organizational climate influences the morale & attitude of individual towards his work & his environment and it designates the quality of co-operation, the extent of member‘s commitment to organizational purpose & the efficiency with which the purpose becomes translated into results. On the other hand,. the extent to which the employee demonstrate a strong desire to remain the member of the organization, the degree of willingness to exert high level of efforts for organization and belief and acceptance of the major goals and values of the organization ,which is organizational commitment is another the factors that affect organizational success.
Every student of Bachelor Business Administration has an essential requirement to do Six to Eight weeks internship in any of the well reputed organization. The purpose of this program is to acquaint the students with practical applications of theoretical concepts taught to them during conduct of their BBA (Hons) program. The internship in Habib Bank was arranged by the job placement cell of the institute. Really, it was a nice opportunity to have a close comparison of theoretical concept in practical field, involving the use of primary and secondary data.
Professional Ethics provides an excellent introduction to the fundamental rules and principles of professional conduct and ethical considerations essential to maintaining the high professional standards of the practising Bar. For ease of reference, the revised Code of Conduct is included in the manual in full.
Communication is the most crucial part for every business, From Communication with customers to inner organization, communication play a vital role in the success of any organization. Here we specify the implication of virtual communication within an organization. The study will be carried out between two department with in an organization which are geographically separated, one department is in United Kingdom and the other is in Pakistan. This would be helpful for the organizations that are implementing virtual communication in their organization. This will also help them to understand the pros and cons of virtual communication and the ways to improve and enhance the communication capabilities. This can also be used as a guide to improve the interaction between the departments as well as the co workers.
Industrial relations at any organization involve interactions between management and employees, employees and customers, management and shareholders, shareholders and employees and management and customers. These relationships call for the need for rules and regulations that govern these interactions since many misunderstandings have been experienced due to unclear or no rules at all. Many organizations have however introduced employment codes of conduct, which provide rules and expected behaviour by employees at the workplace. They also assist to give the features of the corporate culture and identity. The employment codes of conduct are created at works council meeting. The code of conduct provides rules and procedures that govern employees, penalties and disciplinary procedures to be followed at the workplace (Statutory Instrument15 of 2006). The workers representatives together with management representatives meet at a works council meeting to the negotiate contents of an employment code of conduct. It is this code, which governs the expected behavior by employees and employers at work places.
This book is about the impact of Performance Based Remuneration Systems on organization performance. Performance remuneration systems are increasingly being implemented by organizations to remain competitive; and one ways to ensure that they remain on the competitive edge is to make sure that any increase in remuneration is supported by improved performance. It majorly focuses on the contribution of performance based remuneration systems to motivation of employees in organizations; the relationship between performance based remuneration systems and employee retention; and the relationship between performances based remuneration systems and employee commitment to the organization. Motivating of employees in order to satisfy their needs simultaneously encourage Butaleja District gaining high work performance and achievement of organizational goals; retaining of its staff for longer periods and improving on the levels of interest and commitment among the employees.
Many scholars refer to tourism as one of the fastest growing industries worldwide. With this, tourism contributes to both positive and negative impacts on social and environmental aspects. Tourism is linked with sustainability and to deal with this, Corporate Social Responsibility can be applied in the tourism industry. One of the tools to apply CSR within a company is through a code of conduct. Studies reveal a rise in codes of conduct, although the tourism industry is least developed compared to other industries. A comparison is made between codes of conduct from the tourism and textile industry. The textile industry is chosen for this comparison for its similarities, but more important, the existing differences between the two industries. Through the comparison of codes of conduct, findings are the different focuses on social and environmental issues by the tourism and textile industries. Furthermore, the geographical focus of the codes, inclusion of standards and conventions and the implementation of tourism and textile codes differ. Findings and conclusions are integrated in a framework, which lead to more effective and structured codes of conduct for the tourism industry.
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Every profession considers the development and application of the Professional Code of Ethics and Conduct as a means of maintaining acceptable professional standards. As for the teaching profession, teachers are supposed to exhibit high level of professionalism by observing ethical and moral standards in their relationships with students and other clients. This book, therefore, discusses the meaning, characteristics and the importance of the teaching profession and the professional code ethics and conduct. It also analyses the development and practice of the teachers’ code of ethics and conduct. The ethical theories are also presented and discussed. The book further gives insight into the knowledge of teachers and their compliance with the professional code of ethics and conduct focusing on physical education teachers. In addition, the ethical dilemmas in implementing the codes of ethics and conduct are discussed. Conclusions regarding teachers’ knowledge and compliance with the professional code of ethics and conduct and the ethical dilemmas they experience are warranted. Finally, recommendations for policy and practice as well as for further study are suggested.
The prevalence of conduct problems in children impacts upon families, educational settings, and broader society within Australia. Conduct problems develop early in an individual''s life and can lead to more serious problems including substance abuse and delinquency in adolescence and adulthood. Given the high incidence of conduct problems in children, the need for prevention and early intervention strategies to target the onset and development of this phenomenon is paramount. This book focuses on early intervention strategies for reducing the incidence of conduct problems in children and explores a multi-modal early intervention and prevention program targeting children and families at-risk of the development of conduct problems.
This study investigated and analyzed awareness of the virtual organization and the extent of its use by professionals and management personnel. It tried to find out the specific purposes for which the virtual organization is used and to determine the perception of a sector of professionals about its effect on their professions and personal development. The study also tried to identify the perception of the users as to whether dealing with this type of organization would conflict with any moral and ethical values. The study found a positive trend toward the use of the virtual organization among professionals and management personnel. Most of the respondents indicated that they are aware of the existence of the virtual organization and value it as important and advantageous to their professional careers. The majority of the respondents expressed concern about security in online transactions, but few expressed concerns about the moral and ethical aspects of virtual communication. The results shows more than 73% of the respondents regarded that using the virtual organization would not conflict with any moral and ethical values.