Mahesh S Patil
Hr Generalist- Statutory Compliance,salary
Mohammad Yakoob Pasha
Assistant Hr Manager
Raj Kumar Hansdah
Shrm, Od, Hrd, Pms
You probably never got a reply because the topics are generalized. You have not mentioned for what you need them, for which specific industry you need them? What on Salary & Wages you need? All the three topics are vast. I can suggest you Volumes on books on each topics.
So to make things easy for you - just use citehr. Search for material use the search & Download tool.
Try that - it will help you a lot.
22nd August 2009 From India, Madras
I searched and saw all your earlier posts to this site.
The reasons you do not get replies are summarized below :
- You are using the site to be spoonfed by members. You do not want to work upon anything yourself, but you want the members to take the trouble and hand you everything on a platter.
- You require help on very general kind of topics in HR, which can be easily found on the net or any HR text-books.
- You never divulge, why you want the notes / materials for ? Is it for a class assignment ?
- Members do not know whether you are working or studying in business school ?
- Had it ever occurred to you that you are "USING" the members of this site and "ABUSING" the purpose of this site by playing "damsel-in-distress' and making people do all your home-work, as is evident in all your requests, that you want a finished product.
- Members help those who help themselves. So, at least make initial effort on your own, and whenever you are stuck or need additional clarifications or materials; you can seek help, and I am sure, it will be provided in ample measure.
23rd August 2009 From India, Delhi
As explained by other citehr members, spoon-feeding is not the objective of this forum. If you are a student of HR, you can get all these easily in your study materials, else take some pain to search in various HR websites like citeHR, HR village, etc.
Mahesh thanks for sharing those ebooks here in this thread.
24th August 2009 From India, Pune
By the way Ma'am - dont expect to be spoon fed, please do some reserach on your own. All it takes is sometime to "type" some keywords and search citehr and also GOOGLE.
The PGDHRM course is something that you are paying for, because you want to improve. What improvement will you have if you just cut/copy/paste the work of someone else? What knowledge will you gain?
How will you represent someone elses' work?
Do a good search on these topics. Case studies - you can simple search citehr under each forum and see the "real-life" case studies and what approaches the people have taken. Link that to your study material and see whethe theoretical world and practical world are in the same line.
Its a beautiful opportunity to learn...don't waste it.
I never had the chance & opportunity like you to use the net while I was studying. All I could make use of was the little spare tiem in college to browse through material. No net connection at home. You know what we used to do - we used to go to companies (not one or 2 - we used to visit over 7 - 8 companies to give us assignments and we will do projetcs for free: Such was the search for case study)
I dont regret as I got to use my Head in those assignments. Today you have this good resource "citehr". Search first - then ask for help.
28th August 2009 From India, Madras
Plz read Ash's post.
I agree with her, whole-heartedly; please do not demand to be spoon-fed.
Study of Management is basically "experiential learning". A graduate from 'any' stream is admitted for an MBA. Why? Because, the background, i.e. Arts, Science or Comnmerce does not count. It is expected that a student drom any stream can 'learn' management. How ? By doing/performing the assigned tasks (which are formulated after much thought and research).
By "short-circuiting" this process, you are harming yourself and the cause of management studies.
Please do your own research. The process itself has a lot of learning involved.
As Ash has rightly pointed out, that you are lucky to study in the age of net and Google. Imagine the time when we were doing our MBA. We had to rummage through piles of books, in libraries glance through umpteen pages till our eyes shed water, make copius notes. The only technological advantage we had was - ability to take photocopies of material.
MBA's achieved through short-cut means are meaningless.
Now, every employer knows this - how assignments are done and how project reports are made. This is the reason employers do not give any value to MBA through correspondence - because the rigorousness is missing. It is all copy paste MBA.
If you have any genuine problem, do seek help.
30th August 2009 From India, Delhi