2009 Robert D. Lawsson 215 IDENTIFYING AND MANAGING DIVERSITY OF WORKFORCE Robert D. Lawsson (MSc) Abstract The objective of this work is to complete a research proposal on the comparison of work values for gaining of knowledge for management of the multi-generation workforce. The specific focus is upon Generation ‘X’ and the Millennium Generation which are the two primary groups comprising the new workforce. Lawsson R.D. - Identifying and Managing Diversity of Workforce 216 Business Intelligence
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1.0 Literature Review 1.1 Introduction In this chapter, focus shall be placed on the adoption of E-Recruitment for one field of HRM, namely recruitment. It shall analyse relevant literature which should grant the researcher an improved understanding of E-recruitment before conducting the primary analysis. This chapter shall also cover the fields of HRM, Human Resource Planning (HRP) and recruitment. 1.2 HRM According to (Armstrong & Taylor, 2017) HRM can be explained as a strategic
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