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  • This is a project proposal for planting 1000 almond and pomegranate seeds over five years in 1 hectare of land. The project aims at for the rural people and for the benefit of villages which are socio-economically disadvantaged. This project proposal includes project background, project objectives, project justification, project scope, project deliverables, project work place, project budget and project risks

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  • This report aims at carrying out a research on the ‘Imbalance of water of level in Canada.’ The continued population growth in Canada is intensifying consumption of water which is negatively affecting the region's water balance. Hence, it might lead to scarcity of water in Canada one day. This report aims at carrying out a research on the ‘Imbalance of water of level in Canada.’ The continued population growth in Canada is intensifying consumption of water which is negatively affecting the region's water balance. Hence, it might lead to scarcity of water in Canada one day.

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  • This is a management report which aims at examining the current situation using theories, models and frameworks related to leadership and governance. The case study being examined in this management report is “Black Mycoksie and TOMS”. The management report intends to address the questions based on the case study. The present study focuses on critically evaluating the success of ‘TOMS’ shoes.

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  • Communication is a vital element of our life, but in regard to business, it is critical to attain success. It includes more than just talking and listening and this is the reason communication is one of the most fundamental functions of management in all companies. It is actually a process of conveying ideas, views, information, beliefs, and plans between different internal as well as external sections or people of a company (Guffey and Almonte, 2009). In the present competitive business environment, good and effective communication is needed for developing both the personal relationships and effective business relationships. 

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  • An organisation’s Human Resource function is really significant in facilitating an all-inclusive approach for developing a culture of sustainability. This is the reason, today organisations emphasise on improving their HR functions and related systems as discussed here in this report in the context of two different hospitals. Both the hospitals make use of different approaches towards HR and this is the reason of differences in their performance outcomes. Key aim of this report is to assist first hospital CEO in developing an understanding regarding the use of HRM theories and modelsin different business situations. Analyses of the cases given depict that HR of a firm is important in creating sustainable organisations and this is possible only with the use of key features or systems needed to build sustainable HR capability. 

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  • Question: Critically examine the literature and develop solutions as per the case study. This paper assesses the Case Study 3 on page 241 of the textbook, McShane et al, Rough seas on Link650 and research the management literature to help understand what went wrong on the Link360 from an organisational behavior perspective.

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  • CAPCO has been a highly successful technology consultant with a host of offices worldwide. The aim of this assignment is to critically analyse the role of organisational structure, culture, team dynamics and leadership style in the overall organisational success at CAPCO. Additionally, some of these attributes are compared with Tesco so as to bring out the similarities and differences along with the underlying reason that drives the same. The management approach of CAPCO along with its impact on individuals has also been briefly discussed in wake of existing literature. Additionally, the relevance of motivation theories for managers in the organisational setting provided by CAPCO is also discussed. Further, the impact of dynamic technology on the teamwork and organisational success of CAPCO is also briefly reviewed.

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  • Critically examine the strategy and plans of an organization. It is written in the form of business report to the business owners that details the policy and procedure framework proposed for the recruitment, selection and induction program

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  • Essay: ADHD, one of the most common childhood disorders, is said to be on the rise in the western world. Critically review the core characteristics of ADHD and the evidence for and against the psychological factors/processes that are suggested to both develop and maintain the disorder.

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  • 1. Description of the situation including how it affects the organisation.
    2. A structured analysis of the perceived problem including a root cause analysis (the problem should
    be of some importance to the organisation).
    3. How Operations Management concepts can be applied to the situation (including alternative
    solutions that might be appropriate).
    4. Recommendations to resolve the problem along with an implementation plan for those
    recommendations (recommendations should emanate from the alternative solutions discussed in the
    theoretical section).

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  • The human resource management (HRM) role is evaluated by this research paper in relating to organizational development. In order to ensure sustainable organizational development the inclusion of recruitment, training programs and other functions of HRM is very much necessary. Human resource management is a requisite tool for an organization to attain competitive advantage through the development. The productivity of employees is influenced by the personnel management of the organization. As a result, there will be a reflection on the bottom line of the firm. 

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  • Deforestation is the procedure to make the land clean by cutting and removing the natural forest of a particular area (Bjornlund, 2010). There is no replacement of trees or in other words there is no reforestation procedure after Deforestation. The deforestation of a land is done for any non-forest use of the land. For different purposes deforestation is done among which farming, ranching, urbanization etc is very much important.

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  • Gone through or utilized water with broke down or suspended solids, released from homes, business foundations, ranches, and commercial ventures, called Wastewater. The Wastewater is usually generated unwontedly from a combined activity of domestic, industrial, commercial or agricultural purposes, surface runoff or storm water, and from sewer inflow or infiltration.

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  • In this following article a review and critical analysis is going to be done on “Deaths in or following Police custody: An examination of the cases 1998/99 – 2008/09” by Maria Hannan, Ian Hearnden, Kerry Grace and Tom Bucke. The key issues of focus of this analysis are the point of view of the authors on the sequential death incidents in the police custody of several police stations in UK in between 1998/99 and 2008/09. Following Hannan et al (2015), this article will specifically follow the points of views of the authors and these specific points are –

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  • In this essay the Biological Basis of Autism Spectrum Disorders is going to be analyzed. The people or child with Autism Disorder perceives the world differently from a common healthy child. The disorder of autism is generally started to shown from the childhood.  In the word of a renowned psychiatrist this is basically neuro development disorder. 

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  • Though we are living in twenty-first century and can say that now our society is modern enough from the view point of politics, socio-economics, and socio-cultures. Modern science has proved and discovered many things. It has launched satellite, discovered the most mysterious universe to us. Biology has proved that why we have different body types or why we differ from each other by height, colour

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  • Water is one of the most important resources without which the existence of life cannot be imagined in the earth. Water contaminants, especially chemical compounds which are generated by modern industries and another metal and non-metals like zinc, copper, and arsenic is making the drinking water toxic. The permissible level is violated each day. Through, the present report, the quantity of various toxic elements and compounds and their effects on our health will be discussed.

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  • Cadogan (2009) has written that there are many things like, environmental factors, psychological factors, personal and family related factors, cultural factors etc. which influence the consumer behaviour. The marketing factors are one of these factors which influence the behaviour of the consumers or buyers to buy and use the commodities (PuÅ¡ka, 2013). Businesses try to find out these effects of these particular factors on the purchasing pattern of the consumers. In this analysis it is trying to criticize that how much the marketing strategy and its related factors can influence the decision making process of the consumers.

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  • The following literature is going to discuss the Economic Growth in OPEC (Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries) and GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) Countries with respect to the Resource Curse Theory. After a critical analysis of Resource Curse Theory and some related literatures in contrast of the growth of OPEC and GCC countries a puzzling empirical result associated with these resource reaches is found (Alon, Jones & McIntyre, 2013). 

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  • Greens Manicure Service (Greens) is a private lawn care administration. The focus of Greens is on rural white collar high quality homes with wider yards. A vast assembly of this demographic is established at Steve's neighborhood. This association is influenced by Steve for the registration of the clients with the area. The area has a territory with the aid to build a trust bond that is going to be utilized when Steve is going to attempt to construct up the client base.

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  • While NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) deals with various research on aeronautics and aerospace the main focus of NOAA is on the conditions of the oceans and the atmosphere and it also warns about the weather, charts seas and skies ,guides the use and protection of ocean and coastal resources and conducts research to improve understanding and stewardship of the environment.

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  • Hewlett Packard is one of the largest information technology companies of United States. It is a multinational company with its headquartering in Palo Alto, California, United States. It is well known in the market for its hardware and software services to it are from consumers to small, medium and large scale business organizations. Not only in the private sector has it provided its services in the government of different countries too. Hewlett Packard (hp) had started its business in the 1970s in a small garage of USA (Boccia, 2013). After that it has shown the world a new dimension of information technology and the services in between some decades.

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  • The main focus of this study is the critical analysis of the concept of Tacit Collusion in Oligopoly market based on the practice of market in the British Supermarkets. The aim is the provision of Tacit Collusion is price setting decision in the oligopoly market using the practice of price setting of leading supermarkets of UK. According to LIU (2012) in tacit collusion there is no such price leadership and dominant firms like other collusive or non-collusive oligopoly market structures and tacit collusion describes a market condition where the two or more companies in the existing market agree upon a single and particular marketing strategy without any legal documentation and explicit strategy. In this definition a particular required circumstance for price setting in the market is clear and this definition is going to be illustrated here using the case study of British Supermarkets (Schultz, 2012).

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  • There is a significant impact of the change in oil price in the world economy. Therefore, this impact is also seen the UK Economy when the price of oil starts to decline since mid-2014. There are several factors like cut in tax rates, deflation in general price level etc. which are affecting the fall in oil price in UK. In this analysis of Armaroli and Balzani (2011) it is considered that these two reasons behind the fall in oil price will be discussed comparatively on the ground of the UK economy based on the Economist article, viz., “British Monetary Policy/ The Wrong Target?” published on 15th Feb 2015. How is the decline in oil price in UK economy affected by the large amount of tax cut and the deflationary economic condition in one hand and who are the winners and the losers of this economic phenomenon and also how does the change affect the trade balance, government revenues etc. of the UK economy on the other hand.

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  • In the present, globalized and competitive environment all organizations try to make the best use of their people as a significant and vital resource. It is because; today success of organizations depends on how effectively they manage their human resources. Managing workforces as a key resource of the organization involve continuous emphasis on managing individuals and group behavior (Bloisi et. al., 2006). This, in turn, depends on the links in between the organization structure and culture, and how these two aspects interact as it influences the behavior of the employees.

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  • This paper intends to critically evaluate small business enterprise. Small business enterprise, also known as SME has a great importance across world. Small organisations play a vital role in order to increase the GDP of a country. These organisations also provide employment to young graduates. For a small business enterprise, a small investment is required but it can help owners reap huge profits later on if appropriate strategies are put in practice (Hughes, 2011). Many people seek to set their own business and later on expand it to transform it into a large transformation. Many tools can be used to analyse the situation of a small business including SWOT Analysis, Value Chain, Reward Management and Team buildings. This paper will investigate the performance of a selected small business enterprise; propose changes to enhance management and business performance. Further, it will revise business objectives and plans to incorporate proposed changes. Towards the end, the report evaluates the impact of change management on operations of business.

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  • The emergence of e-business strategy of Walking on Wood, a specialised company in wooden parquet floors of West London is going to be examined critically in this literature. The two basic transactions in e-business B2B (business-to-business) and B2C (business-to- consumer) will be in the focus of the analysis. According to Mansor and Shaikh (2010) the strategic analysis of customer enquiries and orders under B2C and the placing orders and integrating supplier price list under B2B are the main objectives of analysis in this regard and the procedure of managing these entire particular using a computer system and a website will be taken under consideration of this analysis. The essence of any business organization is the conversion of the productivity of different factors into the maximum possible profitability and for this purpose the company has to set up different value chain positions in their different e-business sites (Fill and McKee, 2012). 

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  • The cosmetic industry of UK is emerging at the rate of 5.5% per year from the year of 2006 as a consequence of development in marketing strategy in this industry (Peter, Olson, & Peter, 2009). The marketing strategy of two renowned cosmetics company of UK, Benefit Cosmetics and Revlon and its success and failure is going to be analysed on four particular types of cosmetic products in this comparative study. Some technical tools for market analysis such as SWOT, PESTEL, Market Segmentation, Channel Distribution etc. will be used for this particular analysis.

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  • The marketing strategy is a very important and critical activity which business organizations have to build to be successful in the modern age. The marketing activities play a virtual role in the business in order to build the brand value for the company as well as for the produced goods of the company (Ferrell and Hartline, 2005). Therefore, in this report it is going to be analyzed critically the concept and the process of marketing for the Plant Preserve company. Here’s Talking To You Associates’ (HTTY) is the company considered here in this project which was established in 2005. The company has hired a client manager for Plant Preserve to give some suggestions regarding the marketing issues. This report is prepared for the owner of the company with the solutions for the issues raised about the marketing strategy.

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  • The operations management can be defined as an administrative system of a particular business organisation which helps to create a very high level of efficiency in the practices used for the business purpose (Greasley, 2008). The ultimate vision of a well maintained operations management is to generate the highest possible level of profit from the production and selling activities of the organisation using and allocating the factors of production in a most efficient manner. The effectiveness of operations management is going to be considered for the business of Supercell, a Finnish mobile game manufacturing company of UK. This case study is going to establish the importance of operations management for the success in the business of a company in UK (Handley and Benton, 2009).

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  • In this literature, the strategic service vision of HSBC Bank is going to be analysed critically.Heskett (1986) has defined the strategic service vision as follows: A Strategic Service Vision is referred to the collection of some actions and ideas which are prepared to maximize the leverage of results over the particular efforts given to achieve the results and these efforts have the direction toward a well-defined targets and these efforts also get the support of highly focused operating strategy. This strategic service vision has supported the organisation to achieve a true success in the financial sector of UK with the chance of providing banking services to a huge customer base of UK citizens (Chinese vision drives East Asian détente, 2014). The researcher has an overview of the organisation, the details regarding the targeted market segments and the current and future implications of the banking services by HSBC in order to rectify the strategic service vision of the organisation.

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  • There are some airline companies in Singapore. Singapore Airline (SIA) is one of them. Singapore airlines, the most respected travel brand of Singapore, have taken place among the top airline companies in the world. A Singapore airline is flying one of the youngest fleets in Singapore. It is covering over six destinations of the world which are spanning a network in those six continents. Singapore airlines operate in the East Asia, Southeast Asia, South Asia and Oceania from its hub at Changi Airport (Derudder, 2012). It is an internationally recognizable icon and it is providing a higher standard of customer service to the customers. Starting from 1st May, 1947 as Malayan Airways Limited till date Singapore airlines have received a huge number of awards regarding the success in service business.

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  • Term Deposit is considered as a cash investment that is held at credit union or bank for specific time on agreed interest rate. The customers have different behaviour before opening a term deposit account in the bank. The consumer will be deciding that for how long they will be keeping money in term deposit. On the other hand, the customers would have a perception that whether the bank will be providing interest on agreed term or not. Apart from that, the customers may be finding it difficult to select the banks for term deposit account opening. The customers analyse themselves that how much risk they can take (Brown and Stix, 2014). Furthermore, the customers would like to know the consequences if they withdraw money before maturing term deposits. The data pre-processing variable can be omitted from data mining model as understanding the behaviour of customers will not more required to acknowledge data pre-processing. The customer behaviour research will provide all required information that can be further used in the process of designing model for opening term deposit account. Apart from that, the analyst will be able to gather complete detail about the customers’ perception and main criteria for opening an account.  

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  • Over the past decades the education and its expansion in different sections of the society is producing a good impact on the globally. The indicators of this good result are increasing enrolment rates in schools, a very much positive literacy rates in different countries and various falling dropout rates from schools (Buckingham, 2011). The most needed regions have shown a positive improvement in education without relating to the countries which are facing the low income rates? It is to be particularly marked that the development in education is possible due to the rise in enrolment of the girls and the women of the society in the schools. The gender gap to provide the education service has fallen at a much higher rate which is very much fruitful to give a very good education index in most of the countries. 

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  • In the present scenario it has been found that Growatt inventers have been one of the best examples to use the method of solar technology in order o capture the current inverter market of Australia. The prime reason for the particular choice may be the use of the technological ideas to use solar energy and definitely the affordability that the company seeks to provide. The office of the company is in Melbourne Australia that is offering a range of products of different quality both for commercial and residential purposes 

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  • The following short article appeared on page one of The Age newspaper on 16 February 2015 is given as a case study: 

    A family in Cambridge received their Christmas presents from friends in Paris this week – 50 days after their parcel was posted. French postils sent it to Cambodia, and the near-20,000-kilometre trip, via several other countries, is estimated to have cost delivery firm Parcel Force $240 to deliver three children’s books. 

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  • Strategic Construction Procurement Plan is the indicative plan of the entity who is involved in the procurement plan. This procurement plan involves the works, goods and the provided services of a particular financial year. The strategic construction procurement plan can be explained as the tool for the facilitation of the procurement process which can be implemented on the early basis as well as so smoothly (Fewings, 2012). 

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  • The technology used of the cellular communication is called the Mobile technology. The mobile Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) and Global Service Mobile (GSM) have shown their evolution in the past few years rapidly. The mobile devices from the start of this millennium are used not only as a two way pager to connect with someone but it is used for multiple purposes (Arokoski, 2009). It can be used as a navigation device, it is a device embedded with web browser. The user of the mobile can utilize the facility of instant messaging using the mobile device. There are some entertainment factors also in a good mobile device. A handheld game console, playing the mp3 music and the video files are there. According to Brooks-Young (2010) the mobile can be stated as a device which is the future of the computer technology with the use of wireless networking. The usual mobile network is called a 2G network. Now for better networking services in a more speed 3G and 4G networks are also available. A higher technologies of usual mobile phones are the smart phones, tablets etc on which the 3G and 4G networks are available

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  • This writing is a business proposal of an Australian Company, named Note Exchange Company which sells CDs and Vinyl Records in its physical shops. This company wants to extend the business by using the e-commerce strategy. The use of e-commerce strategy will be very much new to the company. So the company is recommended here to change the employment structure as well as to recruit new employees for the development of the business in this particular dimension. The company has to gather some knowledge regarding the success of any business using the e-commerce and the business strategy taken by the successful companies using the e-commerce business strategy. 

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  • In the following topic it is going to be analyzed the global economics of the decision makers in the world. So as a decision maker we have chosen an Australian Company as a case study analysis. There are some basic topics on decision making theory which are going to be discussed in this topic. The different internal and the external issues faced by the company are rectified in our ground of study. The stake holders of the company are the source of finances of this company. So there importance is also analyzed under these circumstances. The reallocation of job offshore and the implemented strategies based on this is analyzed under the decision making of a economic entity

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  • In the following assignment we are going to analyze and understand the link between the accounting theory and the research to the practical approach of the accounting theory (Akimov et al, 2009). For this purpose the most controversial accounting standard is chosen for the identification of the theoretical perspective of our analysis. It is very much difficult to publish the financial report for any hyperinflationary economy. According to Erratum (2012) there are several economies in the world facing the hyper inflationary situation like, Belarus, Venezuela, Sudan, Iran, and Syrian Arabic Republic etc. who are preparing the financial reporting according to IAS 29. The third world countries often face the Hyperinflation when the inflation rate is so high and the price level is increasing at a rapid speed. This IAS is applied on the functional currency of the economy which is facing the hyperinflation situation. The Reporting in the basis of financial hyperinflationary of the economy has been the issued in July, 1989 and the operation of this IAS has started after January, 1990 (Cevik et al, 2013).

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  • In this essay we are going to analyze the experimental foundations of Psychological Science. The different steps to complete an experiment on a particular topic of Psychological Science are going to be criticized and analyzed. The natural settings of the conducted research on Brain Behavior Relationships will be discussed. The psychological science is a burning part of medical science now a day. So the analysis of this part is very much important an interesting too. Some grass root level primary data and also some secondary data are collected and analyzed.

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  • The study regarding the job satisfaction of the employees of Woolworths Limited, Australia which is the biggest retail company in Australia was undertaken in this given project. In accordance of Branham (2009) the factors of job satisfaction are the payment of salary, work environment, promotion opportunities, and facilities regarding the welfare etc. the safety measures for the employees of the company, the supervision and the cooperation of the management of the company with the employees and the leave concessions by the rule of the company have major influences on the working performance and the individual motivation of the companies. Job satisfaction of the workers determines the efficiency level depending on the expectation of the perception as to how long the job suits the employee (Kumar, 2011).

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  • A very important SMARTA objective for training is the explanation of the conditions under which the tasks will be performed. If the word SMARTA is elaborated and explained letter by letter then the SMARTA objective will be clear actually and it can be elaborated in the following way –

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  • Nowadays most of the firms work at global level with global workforce. This in turn requires an understanding and application of different human resource approaches. To effectively manage global workforce it is crucial for organisations to understand different theoretical perspectives of human resource management along with an exploration of differences in these approaches. With a number of changes in the labour market, business trends, and working patterns today more and more employees demand for much more flexible working practices (Armstrong, 2010).

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  • Topical Issues on Managing Human Resources, In the present, employees play a crucial role in the success of their organizations as they are the one who helps a firm in attaining its aims and objectives. Employees’ contribution is significant in terms of changing inputs into outputs and increasing company value with excellent customer services. In this regard, managing employees is an important task for all organizations, which in turn requires an understanding of the theory and practice of human resource management (Armstrong and Taylor, 2014). Along with this, the practice of HRM being followed requires a continuous focus on current human resources practices and the impact of topical issues and legislations. 

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