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Through performance examine results to improve and motivation employees from work, give full play to the employee’s potential and motivation and required employees to have certain career quality. Dell Organisation was through recruitment and selection of human resource management to choose the best talent and then have training and develop of human resource management to practice them become elites. On the whole, it can be seen human resource management is fairly important to business management, it is a highly acquaint strategic advantage at present work organisations.
Demand is the quantity of products and services that customers request from an operation or process at any point in time". Managing capacity is an on-going effort in the industry by reducing cost through repeat business and by engaging new potential markets and customers; This while managing customer expectations and ensuring quality of service. Customer engagement and service delivery are key to OpenText’s economic competitiveness in the market. Employee development and attracting highly skilled individuals to the organisation are essential in delivering quality service. When considering potential projects, OpenText need to know the resource availability to perform the tasks.
Literature recognises CSR profitability in the long term, especially in the form of brand loyalty, employee satisfaction, or operational efficiency (Pivato et al, 2008). CSR positively affects economic performance, employee engagement, and reputation management (Orlitzky et al., 2003; Xueming and Bhattacharya, 2006; Sen et al., 2006:164). In summary, two fundamental notions emerge. Firstly, CSR implies the intrinsic recognition of ‘a large and integrated set of stakeholders’ (Cochran, 1994). From Friedman’s mere profit-generating function (1970:33), CSR introduces economic, legal, ethical, and discretionary corporate responsibilities (Carroll, 1979:500).
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