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This compare the employment issues in relation to managers in Britain and Australia, within a wider international context. Using the convergence/divergence debates about the internationalization of management as a point of departure, the article analyses managers' education and development, employment trends, unemployment, recruitment and selection processes, human resource planning, job mobility, career success routes, pay and fringe benefits, and managerial unionization.
The search is on to find 1400 nurses and midwives to fill the new ratio positions, yet AHPRA is placing unnecessary obstacles in the way of nurses wishing to return to the profession.
The article discusses a shortage of more than 109,000 nurses which is expected to be seen in Australia by the year 2025 and discusses an inability to find employment which many Australian nursing school graduates are facing in 2013. A discussion of a national campaign which the Australian Nursing Federation has launched to address the nursing unemployment and shortage issues is presented.
Individual Performance Appraisal (IPA) is a central function of Human Resource Management. IPA is, however, no longer contained within the framework of HRM. Its influence on the strategic business policies of organisations has increased dramatically during the last ten years with more and more credibility and value given to performance appraisal outcomes.
An employee performance appraisal is an evaluation of an employee’s job performance typically during the past year and an assessment of the employee’s career development needs.
Performance appraisal interviews play a crucial role in internal communication. In this study, the focus will be to investigate how one of the crucial and most delicate activities in performance appraisal interviews, namely, giving critical feedback, is conducted.
Context Although feedback is widely considered essential to learning, its actual influence on learners is variable. In this study, we explored how feedback is handled within different professional cultures, and how the characteristics and values of a profession shape learners' responses to feedback.
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