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How do personal values about Corporate Social Responsibility affect Human Resource Management Practice?

A study of cognitive behavioural factors affecting the application and recruitment decision-making process in Germany

Master's Thesis from the year 2011 in the subject Business economics - Personnel and Organisation, grade: 72 (with distinction), Queen Mary University of London, course: International Human Resource Management, language: English, abstract: Abstract Little research has been conducted into corporate social responsibility and its implications for human resource management, in particular with regard to application and recruiting process. The study recognizes the importance of CSR in current management practice and strategy and examines the way in which personal values regarding CSR affect application and recruitment practices in Germany. To this end the study explores how individuals understand and define CSR and asks which factors influence this. Moreover, the findings show what role individual understandings of CSR play in the application and recruiting process. The research seeks to understand the external environment that decisions are taken within and thus highlights the impact of socio-economic context on personal values regarding CSR in general and in specific regarding the first point of contact between job applicant and targeted company. The theoretical lens applied makes use of Carroll‟s (1991) pyramid of CSR and Festinger‟s (1962) theory of cognitive dissonance. The study is qualitative and includes an analysis of 16 semi-structured interviews with business students and HR-managers working in companies in Germany. The results are used to present a complex and multifaceted model that reflects the variety of factors that should be taken into consideration during the application and recruiting process.

Master's Thesis from the year 2011 in the subject Business economics - Personnel and Organisation, grade: 72 (with distinction), Queen Mary University of London, course: International Human Resource Management, language: English, abstract: ...

How Internal Communication Can Contribute to Successful Personal Management

Seminar paper from the year 2009 in the subject Business economics - Personnel and Organisation, grade: 2,3, University of Applied Sciences Essen, course: International Human Resource Management, language: English, abstract: 1. Introduction Nowadays with globalization human resources are becoming more and more important, less in the sense of their "performing activities " (Gutenberg 1979) but rather in that of "dispositive activities" focussing on inventiveness, creativity and motivation. Most problems in a corporation don't originate from technical but from communicative causes. Globalisation implies changes in corporation structures all over the world. Only active and fully motivated personnel can meet the challenges of mergers, hostile takeovers, acquisitions and changes of corporate structure due to new technologies. These changes require a basic improvement of corporate communication. The aim of internal communication is to enable employees to see constant changes as an opportunity. Communication ought to be a continuous process. To begin with, introductory explanations of human resource management and communication will be given. General conditions of successful communication will be described. 2. Internal communication 2.1. Human resource management explained Human resource management consists in influencing the behaviour of subordinate employees. Human resource management must be aware of the fact that the human beings that are to be guided are no mere objects but personalities with ideas, moral concepts and interests on their own.

Nowadays with globalization human resources are becoming more and more
important, less in the sense of their “performing ... To begin with, introductory
explanations of human resource management and communication will be given.

Dr. Robert Waller: Visionary Leader and Skilled Manager

Essay from the year 2004 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, grade: A, University of Phoenix, course: Business Management, language: English, abstract: In today’s business world an organization is only as successful as their management team is effective. Without capable leadership, an organization simply does not have the forward momentum necessary to compete in this rapidly changing global environment. Dr. Robert Waller, former Chief Executive Officer of the Mayo Clinic is a prime example of how effective management and visionary leadership can propel an organization to success.

Essay from the year 2004 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, grade: A, University of Phoenix, course: Business Management, language: English, abstract: In today’s business world an organization ...

Case Study on Economical Growth of Indonesia

Scholarly Essay from the year 2008 in the subject Business economics - Company formation, Business Plans, grade: 1.0, University of Applied Sciences Giessen, language: English, abstract: This paper initially provides an introduction consisting of the relevant background information about Indonesia economy. It examines the economic factors which contribute to Indonesia's economic growth and attempts to investigate how the trajectory of growth is encircled by both international and domestic factors. The study tries to reveal the linkage between the drivers of growth. The research explains the probable positive and negative impacts of continuous growth, and at the same time, how growth shapes those outcomes reciprocally. On the conclusion part; future trends, challenges and suggestions are expressed regarding the issue

Scholarly Essay from the year 2008 in the subject Business economics - Company formation, Business Plans, grade: 1.0, University of Applied Sciences Giessen, language: English, abstract: This paper initially provides an introduction ...