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Varsha.Nagpal Started The Discussion:

hello all,this is my first concrete post to Citehr


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rahult32 - Contributing Member
hey congrats for ur first post on cite hr but thats really nice and u have done a great job keep posting dude

tdprasad - 
Hi, Good presentation. Could you discuss the case study separtely in grater detail? T D Prasad

Dear All, This is the entire report on the ppt subbmitted above.. i hope this of better help


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amruta.kore - Contributing Member
Thanks
It was really very informative
I am the student of symms - hr and needed this information, books that i had related IR fell short to give the information which this post has

It was really helpful
Keep posting

Regards
Amruta

Neer300182 - Contributing Member
Hi Varsha, Greeting for the day...:icon1:!! U have prepared a nice presentation..keep it up i wish u gud luck

ligo - 
nice ppt. keep on posting......................................................................

nirmalanand - Contributing Member
Dear Varsha, You have done really an excellent job.Please keep on posting such informative ppt’s.Some ppt based on labour laws too.Thank you.All the best!!

Nandish kumar - Contributing Member
Thank you very much........................................................ Regards, Nandish Kumar

nadeem3arshad - Contributing Member
Nice posting Keep it up. I think collective bargaining is not specific to the labour union and the employer. Is it — — — — — or Not ?

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