Essays on The Impact of Globalization on Recent Changes to Employment Patterns Report

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The paper "The Impact of Globalization on Recent Changes to Employment Patterns" is a perfect example of a business report.   The report is primarily based on the fulfillment of certain salient objectives that can be underlined as follows. Firstly the report focuses on understanding the concept of globalization and its impacts on the industrial relation scenario. Secondly, the report tends to set its focus on understanding the changes in the employment scenario in terms of patterns and structures linking the same to the aspect of industrial relations. Thirdly in terms of conducting the above tasks, the report narrows down its focus specifically to a country.

Fourthly pertaining to the country in focus the report tends to understand the pattern of recent changes in the industrial relation policy structures and the impacts such changes had on the employment scenario. Fifthly the report also focuses on encompassing different case studies relating to particular industries in the country selected to effectively highlight the employment scenario. Finally, in the sixth case the report endeavors to render useful recommendations pertaining to the study of the employment standards in the cases involved.

Scope of the Report ScopeThe report basically focuses on understanding how globalization tends to bring about changes in the industrial relation policies and in how such industrial relation policy changes have tended to affect the employment patterns and structure. The scope of the report is further narrowed in terms of understanding the above relating to a specific country. Limitations The project herein only focuses to study the impacts of globalization on industrial relations policies and its effects on employment structures. However, it fails to reflect the different potential advantages and disadvantages gained by the industrial environment of the country selected in respect to the emergence of globalization or the opening up of the market economy standards.

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