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  • Media Relations In Public Relations

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    Media relations can be defined as one of the most significant areas of the practice of public relations. (Shaw&White, 2004) It enhances the practice of public relations by serving a systematic, strategized and mutually beneficial relationship between journalists and the public relations practitioners to build credibility, understanding and respect between the two parties. (Supa&Zoch, 2009) It is essential to cultivate a positive and healthy relationship between public relations practitioners and

  • Labor Relations In Labour Relations

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    Labor Relations Labour relations refers to the relations between employee and employers. They are affected by certain factors, including the labor market, collective bargaining, labor organization, government policies, economy conditions, labor law and technological change. Since industrial relations are frequently associated with unions, it is important that in Canada, until the 1970s, a larger piece of unions and union individuals had a place with American-based specialty and mechanical unions

  • Industrial Relations

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    Employment Relations UNIT 2 EVOLUTION OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS AND CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS Objectives After going through this unit, you should be able to: l l explain the historical perspective of industrial relations in India; appreciate the impact of globalisation, technological changes, and other forces on industrial relations; identify the issues and challenges confronting industrial relations in India. l Structure 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.9 Introduction Industrial Relations in India

  • International Relations

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    AIS 3121 Theories of International Relations Are companies more powerful than nation-state in international relations? Chak Shu Fai, 52626878 Introduction This essay will focus on the influential relations between companies and nation-states in international relations. It is a serious issue because companies have raised the importance in international relations, especially non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and intergovernmental organizations (IGOs). According to the data collected by the

  • Customer Relations

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    customer relations 2. Core concepts 3. Facets of customer relationship management 4. Importance of customer relations 5. Global perspective on customer relationship management 6. Role of Human Resources in Customer Relationship Management   PART II –CUSTOMER RELATIONS, CUSTOMER SERVICE & PUBLIC RELATIONS 1. Customer Relations and Customer Service 2. Customer Relations and Public Relations   PART III – CUSTOMER RELATIONS MANAGEMENT

  • Public Relations?: What Exactly Is Public Relations?

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    1.1 What exactly is Public Relations? Public relations (PR) is essentially the practice of managing the flow of information that goes on between the people and a particular organization. Public relations in some situations provides organization or individual trying to gain exposure to people involving topics of public interests, issues and news items that do not require direct payment. The main purpose and aim of public relations done by a company or an organization mostly is to persuade the public

  • Employee Relations

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    employees. This exists when a person performs work or services under certain terms and conditions in return for remuneration. Employee Relations are influenced by a number of internal and external factors, all of which affect the strategic balance between labour and management. It is important that we are aware of the key factors influencing employee relations in order to strike a proper balance within the working environment. Internal factors According to the Oxford Dictionary (2015),

  • Relations Between Public Relations Professionals And Media Practitioners

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    Introduction The perceived ‘cantankerous’ relationship that characterises the exchanges between public relations professionals and media practitioners has been rife since the birth of public relations. The pair are, in its simplest term ‘frenemies’, they do work together, albeit covertly, and are usually hesitant to admit (on the media side) their cooperation. However, there is no absolute trust held between the two for there is a shifting power of control and influence that continually changes,

  • Disadvantages Of Industrial Relations

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    com).When examining the term industrial relations it can be separated into two sub categories industry and relations. Industry according to is a group of manufactures or businesses that produce a particular kind of goods or services and relations would refer to the

  • Labour Relations Management

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    What are Industrial Relations? Industrial relations have become a complex problem of modern society. In order to have industrial progression and a better economy, it will be impossible to obtain without the cooperation of all workers coming together to foster a good and harmonious relationship. Therefore, it is the interest of all people to create and maintain a good relationship between employees and employers, which in the 1950s, the Dunlop’s model was formed and used as a guide to creating and