Monthly Archives: August 2011

Define : Grievance

It is rather difficult to define a grievance. Personnel experts, however, have attempted to distinguish between dissatisfaction, complaint, and grievance. Generally speaking, dissatisfaction is any state or feeling of dissatisfaction… Read more »

Need of Grievance Procedure

Without an analysis of their nature and pattern, the causes of employee dissatisfaction cannot be removed. The personnel administrator of an organization should go into the details of the grievances… Read more »

Methods of resolving Grievances

Methods of resolving grievance can be divided in to two parts: Decisional Processes: Binding Decisions Non-Decisional (Collaborative) Processes: Managed Negotiations Decisional Processes: Binding Decisions The dispute resolver makes a ruling,… Read more »

India’s Best B Schools

MBA degree unlocks a world of opportunity. It is the key to employment with an amazing range of companies and organizations around the world as after getting the MBA degree… Read more »

World’s top 100 B schools list of 2011

The Global MBA Rankings for the year 2010, which is published annually by Financial Times, London, is now available on their website. The Financial Times is a British international business… Read more »

The Basic Motivation Force

A. Needs The best one word definition of a need is a deficiency. In the homeostatic sense, needs are created whenever there is a physiological or psychological imbalance. B. Drives… Read more »

Five Motivational Factors Every Employee Wants From Work Place

What do employees want from work? There are five factors that must be present in your workplace for your employees to be happy and motivated at work. Your employees need… Read more »

Basic Characteristics of Motivation

Basic Characteristics of Employee Motivation are as follows: Effort. This refers to the strength of a person’s work-related behavior. Persistence. This refers to the persistence that individual’s exhibit in applying… Read more »

Objectives of Employee Motivation

Main Objectives of Employee Motivation are as follows : The purpose of motivation is to create condition in which people are willing to work with zeal, initiative. Interest, and enthusiasm,… Read more »

Determinants of Employee Motivation

Traditionally it is believed that employees are motivated by the opportunity to make as such money as possible and will act rationally to maximize their earnings. The assumption is that… Read more »