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Manpower Planning Recruitment and Selection-NMIMS Dec-16

Manpower Planning Recruitment and Selection-NMIMS Dec-16

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Q1. According to Pareto’s principle it is said that then 80 % of your work if planned properly would be done in 20% time and planning is required at each level of management as it helps them (management) in making the right decisions and achieving maximum productivity with minimum resources. Explain the same with respect to manpower planning in any organisation. (10 Marks)

 

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Q2. Bright Illumination Ltd. is a FMCG company. Off late it is being observed that employee absenteeism and turnover is constantly increasing. The management also observed that the workers are dissatisfied which is affecting the overall organisational productivity. Their VP HR, Arhan points out the low quality of work life being the sole reason of it. Discuss the components of the quality of work life which can be included to make the employees happy and satisfied in Bright Illuminations Ltd. (10 Marks)

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Q3. GC pal is a jewelry business house, they opened their first shop in 1975 and since then they have grown manifolds. Rajat Pal is the new heir of the business who is an MBA from a renowned business school. After joining the family business he noticed that there was no formal performance appraisal system. The management comprises of people from old school of thought who do not believe in appraisals. Rajat asked his HR manager to come up with available appraisal policies and system Explain:

a. The benefits of performance appraisal system to the management (5 Marks)

b. Any two appraisal method which would be applicable to GC Pal jewelry house. (5 Marks)

 

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