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HRM/U1 Topic 7 Flexi-time, Mentoring

What Is Flextime in HR Terms? Work-life balance and flexible workplace scheduling are concepts many human resources practitioners consider when they’re searching for options to improve job satisfaction, engagement and […]

HRM/U1 Topic 6 Empowerment, Human Capital

Empowerment refers to the delegation of some authority and responsibility to employees and involving them in the decision-making process, not in mere job activities, but rather at all the levels of […]

HRM/U1 Topic 5 Personnel Management vs. HRM

The main difference between Personnel Management and Human Resource Management lies in their scope and orientation. While the scope of personnel management is limited and has an inverted approach, wherein workers are […]

HRM/U1 Topic 4 Emerging Challenges of HRM

Retaining your best talent – Make it your top priority Gone are the days where recruiting good talent was enough, retaining that good talent is also imperative. Especially those employees […]

HRM/U1 Topic 3 Evolution of HRM

Evolution of Human Resource Management In early stages, employees working in factories were treated harsh condition with minimum wages or without wages in poor working condition. The government interferes on […]

HRM/U1 Topic 1 Nature and Scope of HRM

According to Leon C. Megginson “From the national point of view human resources are knowledge, skills, cxreative abilities, talents, and attitudes obtained in the population; whereas from the view-point of […]

CA/U2 Topic 9 Selling and Distribution Overheads

Commonly, selling expenses, publicity expenses & distribution expenses are known as marketing cost. Marketing Cost: Cost which is incurred for the purpose of publicizing & presenting the product of the undertaking […]

CA/U2 Topic 5 Overhead: Factory Functional Analysis

Factory overhead is most commonly defined as “manufacturing costs that are not classifiable as direct material or direct labor.” Factory overhead costs include indirect materials, indirect labor, and factory expenses. […]

CA/U2 Topic 3 Direct and indirect labor

The difference between direct labor and indirect labor is that only labor involved in the hands-on production of goods and services is considered to be direct labor. All other labor […]