Summarise the hypothesis relationship

Summary of Hypothesis Relationship Name Institution Summary of Hypothesis Relationship The study showed evidence based on the hypotheses that were earlier outlined in the study. From the hypotheses, therefore, there was a significant positive relationship between career management and employees. Such evidence is often achieved when the company adopts the right human resource strategies (Alfes et al., 2013). The findings suggest that there is a significant positive relationship between hotel career management and job performance. Furthermore, the job satisfaction and affective organizational commitment have shown a substantial relationship with the hotel career management (Shaw et al.,...

Organizational Sustainability Research Report

Abstract: Organizational Sustainability Research Report Name Institutional Affiliation Date Organizational Sustainability Research Report Abstract The company I will be analyzing and researching about is Apple Inc. Apple is an American technology company dealing with the manufacture and selling of consumer electronics, computer software, as well as online services. The company was founded by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronal Wayne, and has its headquarters in California, United States. I selected Apple since like any other organization, it faces sustainability challenges and I would like to find out how it handles and deals with such problems. Sustainability has become a mainstream issue...

Influence of Corporate Fitness Facility on Employees’ Performance

Introduction Many employers implement welfare programs in the workplace to inspire workers to adopt good lifestyle habits and motivate them. These types of programs may include providing fitness facilities to encourage healthy behaviors such as exercising or losing weight. The impact of wellness programs varies and by an equal measure can prove difficult to measure (Periasamy, 2016, p 173). Be that as it may, a well-designed methodology for approaching research on the issues can deliver the much need insight on the Influence of Corporate Fitness Facility on Employees' Performance. As such this paper is going to put forward a methodology that can be utilized to approach this kind of...

Influence of Corporate Fitness Facility on Employees’ Performance

Influence of Corporate Fitness Facility on Employees' Performance Results Questioners consisting of the following questions were formulated and issued to the sample employees, n=20, who volunteered for 3 different organizations (Organization X, Y, Z). Organization X and Y had an active fitness facility as part of their employee welfare program. On the other hand, organization Z had no active fitness facility. The goal for choosing the mentioned organizations was to compare employee performance in Organization X and Y which had a fitness program and employee performance in organization Z which had not active fitness program in their catalog. As was stated in the method, our research goal was to be...

Human Resource Analysis of an Operation Manager

Human Resource Analysis of an Operation Manager Name Institution Abstract The process of management of the operations of the company is one of the determining factors of profitability of every firm in the world. The need to have a management system that supervises and ensuring that all the operations are achieved, and the results are resulting to the satisfaction of both the company staff and the customers become one of the required achievements for any firm. It is for this reason for analyzing the role and composition of operation manager in the human resource and its primary functions, qualification requirement, and responsibilities he or she gives to the company. It is based on a clear...

Emotionally Intelligent Managers will Increase Operational Staffs Motivation

Emotionally Intelligent Managers will Increase Operational Staff’s Motivation Name Code Name Professor Name University Name City, State Date Abstract Why do some technically brilliant managers have troubles managing their subordinates or collaborating with a team? The answer is because they may be lacking critical levels of “emotional intelligence (EI)” and the ability to manage their emotions in the event they are under pressure. To be effective in the management role, managers need to have a proper understanding of how their actions and emotions affect people who are around them. They need work of self-regulation, self-awareness, empathy, motivation and social skills. The above...

Employer branding and its influence on employee retention

Effects of Employer branding on employees By (Name) Course Professor’s Name City/State Date of Submission Effects of Employer Branding on Employees Introduction The business environment in the contemporary world is experiencing rapid changes due to the revolutionary influence of strategies to enhance customer satisfaction. Notably, Leekha Chhabra and Sharma (2014; p. 48), connoted that organizations around the globe are experiencing same challenges thus making is essential for organizations to develop a team of talented employees for sustainable competitiveness. The management of Employer brand has been a significant tool that has been used to support the recruitment process of...

Diversity as a Business Asset

Author Tutor Course Date Diversity as a Business Asset Question 1 Diversity is increasingly becoming popular. According to the diversity report released by Apple in 2017, the company claims that half of its employees hired in the United States starting from July 2016 to July 2017 were from groups that were historically underrepresented, they include native Americas, the Hispanic, Black people, native Hawaiians and women (Kerr n.p.). One of the advantages of a diverse workforce is based on the aspect that it brings about various talents and a fast way of achieving common goals; this is as a result of increased problem-solving abilities. Different cultures present within a company translates...

Department of Defense (DoD) Cyber Workforce Challenges

Abstract The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) continues to struggle with retaining the top cyber workforce talent necessary to maintain a sustainable and ready force to conduct strategic cyber operations. This has been brought about by the fierce competition emerging from the private sector. The effort of the DoD to retain its cyber workforce is challenged by the low salary and benefits as compared to the higher wages and benefits provided by the private sector for cyber professionals. This has created a crisis in DoD, necessitating the organization to take innovative action and implement strategies to improve its efforts to retain top cyber talent. One of the suggested strategies includes...