Monthly Archive:: June 2009

Theory of employment or theory of Unemployment

Higher employment (or lower unemployment) rate is good indicator of the macro economic health of any country and that is desirable to any government, economic analyst, even to a commoner. But ’employment’ is not an economic problem, rather the problem is ‘scarcity of employment opportunity’ that is unemployment. So unemployment covers more economic discussion

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Collective Bargaining Notes

Collective bargaining is the process of negotiation between representative of firms & workers for the purpose of establishing mutually agreeable condition of employment. The wage and fringe benefit of unionized workers are determined by collective bargaining. In every free modern industrial society, trade unions are an accepted part of the industrial scene. Labour unions

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The  lecture  is  still  the  most  frequently  used method   of   instruction.   However,   presenting   a lecture without pausing for interaction with trainees can be ineffective regardless of your skill as a speaker. The use of pauses during the lecture for direct oral questioning creates interaction between instructor and trainee. Unfortunately, when classes  are  large,  the 

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