The degree to which HRM activities are able to cultivate an emotional connection between firms and employee goals is referred to as organisational engagement. The aim of this study was to look into the nature of the connection between HRM practises and organisational commitment in Ghana’s banking industry. The researchers looked at six HRM activities
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Since 1980, the social housing market in the United Kingdom has undergone substantial transformation. The incorporation of market forces into the arena of public service provision under the economic and political philosophy of Neoliberalism has resulted in the evolution of a dynamic operating climate for Social Housing Providers (SHPs). These organisations must operate as corporations
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This exploratory research uses a skills approach to determine the empowerment of female tea garden workers. Employers prefer women to pick tea leaves because they are more professional and less costly than men. This research is being carried out in Dholdoli, a tea estate in Sylhet. Empowerment is found to be positive in the majority
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The claim that development interventions targeted at people at the grassroots are poverty alleviation focused is backed by empirical studies. Microfinance has been praised as a strong method for alleviating poverty. The impact of microfinance on grassroots development cannot be overstated because poverty alleviation is rooted in grassroots development. Microfinance is defined as the long-term
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In Ghana’s microfinance industry, credit unions play a critical role. They are not only well-established in financial intermediation, but they also give their members better terms and conditions on financial products and services than banks and other financial institutions. Credit unions give their members the ability to access loan facilities at a lower interest rate
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The internal consistency of GDP’s three component indicators: household consumption, company and household expenditure, and government spending, has not been examined. The internal consistency of these measures in the world’s two largest economies is identified in this chapter, as is their near-perfect prediction of the United Nations’ Human Development Index (HDI). Thus, without survey sampling,
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The growth of economies is based on the amount of money spent on scientific research; to understand this, look at the percentage of money spent on scientific research in many developed countries. So, scientific research expenses account for 3.013 percent of overall expenditures in Iraq, 2.63 percent in the United States, 1.97 percent in China,
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In the last 20 years, participatory planning has become a common planning process. Participatory planning aids efficient growth in developing countries with wide areas, such as Indonesia, by providing direction on the independence of tourism development activities. By observing literature reviews from many previous studies, this study used a qualitative approach. The position of participatory
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