IJMRES - Volume 1 Issue 1 (2011)

International Journal of Management and Emerging Sciences (IJMRES)
Volume 1 (1), 2011
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Table of Contents

HR PRACTICES AND PERFORMANCE AMONG TEACHERS IN PAKISTAN
Chaudhry Abdul Rehman, and Afshan Hameed

Abstract: The purpose of this qualitative study is to explore the perceptions and understanding of teachers about ‘HRM practices both in public and private universities of Pakistan. Further, to explore how teachers associate the fairness of HR practices and other organizational factors, to the individual and organizational outcomes/performance. To this end, semi-structured interviews were conducted . . . [PDF]

A LEGAL REVIEW OF STEREOTYPES, BIASES, AND DISCRIMINATION AGAINST MUSLIM-AMERICAN EMPLOYEES
Bahaudin G. Mujtaba and Frank J. Cavico

Abstract: Approximately fifteen million Muslims live and work in the United States of America. Most of these Muslims are American by birth; yet some confront discrimination, harassment, and retaliation in the workplace because of their religion. Religious discrimination is illegal in the workplace in the United States pursuant to civil rights laws. This article examines the most common . . . [PDF]

EFFECT OF HR PRACTICES ON EMPLOYEE WELLBEING: A CASE OF TELECOM SECTOR OF PAKISTAN
Shumaila Naz, and Ch. Abdul Khaliq

Abstract: The core purpose of this study is to point out the importance of employee well being at workplace which is an infant area of research in Pakistan. Due to complex nature of effects of bundle of ‘High Involvement’ HR practices on job satisfaction it requires deep investigation. The effect of HR practices on employee performance has already captured the attention in prior literature but . . . [PDF]

COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF CUSTOMERS’ SATISFACTION AND LOYALTY IN CONVENTIONAL AND ISLAMIC BANKS OF PAKISTAN
Muhammad Ilyas, and Kamran Ali

Abstract: The intention of this paper is to examine the level of customer’s satisfaction in both conventional and Islamic banks and to find out that the customers of which type of bank are more satisfied. A modified SERVQUAL model has been used for this purpose.Field survey was carried out through questionnaire based on modified SERVQUAL model. Data were collected from 500 walk-in customers of Islamic . . . [PDF]

ARE THE TEACHERS ON TRACK? AN EVALUATION OF SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS’ SUBJECT KNOWLEDGE COMPETENCY
Muhammad Shakir, Irshad Hussain, and Jam Muhammad Zaffarc

Abstract: The study was aimed to evaluate secondary school teachers’ subject knowledge competency. The main focus of this study was to develop teacher evaluation mechanism for secondary schools’ teachers. Objectives of the study were (a) to review the importance of standard (rubrics) to appraise the teachers’ performance level in Pakistan; (b) to assess the secondary school teachers’ subject knowledge competency based . . . [PDF]