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By:
Abhishek Kamal
Anju Singh
Archana Singh
Faraz Javed
Harneet Kaur
Heena Gyanchandani
Himanshu Gupta
Hitesh Kakkar
Honey Shukla
Kalpana Kumari
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„hat is Employee Relations?

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AT DADANAGAR FACTORY

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INFORMATION GATHERED FROM THE FACTORY VISIT:

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TOPICS COVERED

1. ETHICS, JUSTICE, AND FAIR TREATMENT IN HR MANAGEMENT

2. LABOR RELATIONS AND COLLECTIVE BARGAINING

3. EMPLOYEE SAFETY AND HEALTH

4. MANAGING GLOBAL HUMAN RESOURCES

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ETHICS, JUSTICE AND FAIR
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EIGHT GUIDELINES FOR MANAGING ETHICS IN THE
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EMPLOYEE DISCIPLINE AND PRIVACY
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LABOR RELATIONS
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MANAGING GLOBAL
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