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Inventi Rapid - Human Resource

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    Quarterly published in print and online ‘Inventi Rapid/Impact: Human Resource’ publishes high quality unpublished as well as high impact pre-published research and reviews catering to the needs of researchers and professionals.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.

  • WORKPLACE BULLYING
    Meena Kumari Bimal*    Download Full Text

    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...

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  • ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
    Rucha Chauhan, Deveshri Kulkarni*    Download Full Text

    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) i...

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  • ANALYSIS OF CONDUCIVE WORKING ENVIRONMENT (CWE) AND PERFORMANCE (P) IN THE CIVIL SERVICE OF OSUN STATE, NIGERIA
    Ojokuku R M, Ojo O O*    Download Full Text

    This paper is an analysis and examination of the relationship between conducive working environment and performance in the Civil Service of Osun State, Nigeria. Structured questionnaire were administered on 352 respondents selected through multi stage sampling techniques from the twelve ministries and the twenty-two (22) sub units categorized into four: agencies, bureaus, departments and offices i...

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  • NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS AND THEIR ROLE IN DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIETY: A REVIEW STUDY
    Shashank Ghai, Ishan Ghai    Download Full Text

    The non-governmental organizations are non-profitable establishments that are neither a part of a government or a conventional profitable business. The orientation of such organization refers to the activities procured by it, i.e. human rights, environment, women empowerment, child labor, etc. These organizations may be funded by governments, foundations, businesses or the general public. They pla...

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  • ASSESSMENT OF PSYCHIC COMPONENTS OF ANXIETY AMONG FEMALE DANCERS
    Meenal Phadnis, Prachi Parashar*    Download Full Text

    Abstract This small study was designed to explore the level of different psychic components in the twenty nine female dancers (mean age: 21.62 years) aged between 18-35 years. Their present nutritional status were measured through BMI (Body Mass Index) and anxiety based questionnaire administered to measure the 5-psychic components(insecurity-loneliness, inferiority complex-self-consciousness, er...

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  • CHALLENGES IN BUILDING QUALITY WORKFORCE IN CONTEXT TO RURAL HEALTH CARE SECTOR IN INDIA
    Lahiri Moon Moon*, Pingle Shubhangi G    Download Full Text

    The human resource is considered to be the most important resource of the health care system. The performance of the health care system is greatly influenced by the knowledge, skills and motivation of the human resource delivering the services. For many reasons, accessing good-quality health care services can be incredibly arduous for those living in rural areas. Problem statement: Our study is ...

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