Research Paper On Industrial Robotics
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Industrial Relations and HRM
This 14 page paper discusses human resource management, industrial relations and labor unions and begins with an introductory historical background of each and the impact of globalization. The relationship of human resource management and industrial relations is the next section, which begins with data about declining union membership and the possible reasons for this situation. Changes in the relationship between human resource management and industrial relations are explained and discussed. The shifting paradigms in each are also explained. The next section discusses the scientific management model, its use postwar and the incompatibility of this model with today's goals in industrial relations and human resource management. Saturn Corporation is used to exemplify a unique and successful partnership between management and labor where union members are an integral component in the management of the company. Finally, the writer discusses possible trends in both HRM and industrial relations and also comments on the need for balance. Bibliography lists 15 sources.
Evolution of I/0
Although industrial/organizational psychology is a relatively recent branch of psychology, it has its foundations in studies conducted in the late 1800s. This essay reports the evolution of the field in psychology. It also explains why research and statistics are important in I/O. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
English Countryside in 'Odour Of Chrysanthemums' by D.H. Lawrence
5 pages in length. In assessing D.H Lawrence's 'Odour of Chrysanthemums,' the reader is able to clearly distinguish how the author's use of English countryside is divided between industrial and rural landscapes. The manner in which Lawrence utilizes these landscapes as a means by which to shape the main characters in his short story illustrates the author's inherent ability to successfully differentiate between industrial and rural characterization. That one of the two main theme's of 'Odour of Chrysanthemums' addresses the accurate depiction of mining district working-class life, the concept of English countryside incorporated throughout the story helps the reader gain a significant understanding of just how diverse the two entities were represented. Bibliography lists 2 sources.