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Quarterly published in print and online "Inventi Rapid: Human Resource" publishes high quality unpublished as well as high impact pre-published research and reviews catering to the needs of researchers and professionals. The journal focuses on all the areas pertaining to human resource management with special emphasis on expanding role of strategic human resource management in a fast-changing global environment. The journal invites papers on future trends in human resource management, research in the areas of strategic management, international business, organizational behaviour, personnel management and industrial relations.
This paper presents use of artificial intelligence in human resources due to changes of technology. Many companies are using artificial intelligence to increase efficiency of human resources. The initiative begins with automated process in recruitment till performance appraisal of employees. Organizational leaders and human resource executives have faith that merging artificial intelligence (AI) into HR functions like on-boarding and administration of benefits can and will improve the overall employee experience. Paper has focused on the ways to use and limitations of artificial intelligence....
The death of the young and talented actor Sushant Singh Rajput has disturbed most people if not all; and the unfortunate event has made us question issues like nepotism, bullying and its effect on mental health of the victim. Social media platforms are full of noise these days as some are raising their voice against nepotism and bullying and others are questioning themselves if they have the right to share their concern since, according to them, every bully is a victim of bullying too. While bullying in school is an often-talked subject, but not many voice their concern against bullying at the workplace. Sadly, workplace bullying is more common than you think. As per a research conducted by Judith Lynn Fisher-Blando from University of Phoenix, almost 75 per cent employees become victims of bullying at the workplace at some junction of their life or the other. The study named, "Workplace Bullying: Aggressive Behavior and its Effect on Job Satisfaction and Productivity" sheds light on some disturbing facts related to workplace bullying....
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