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  2. Category:Human resource management software - Wikipedia

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    Pages in category "Human resource management software" The following 36 pages are in this category, out of 36 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

  3. Buck (human resources consulting company) - Wikipedia

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    The Buck Consultants brand name was scrapped in late 2003 when Mellon unified various business lines under the name Mellon Human Resource & Investor Solutions. Affiliated Computer Services (ACS) acquired Mellon's human resource businesses in 2005 [4] and reintroduced the Buck Consultants brand.

  4. Water resources - Wikipedia

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    However, since agriculture is the human activity that consumes the most fresh water, this can put a severe strain on local freshwater resources resulting in the destruction of local ecosystems. In Australia , over-abstraction of fresh water for intensive irrigation activities has caused 33% of the land area to be at risk of salination .

  5. Line management - Wikipedia

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    The line management function will often cross into other functions vital to the success of a business such as human resources, finance, and risk management. Indeed, at corporations, responsibility for risk management is vested with line management. Human resources obligations are also increasingly being assigned or "devolved" to line managers.

  6. Performance management - Wikipedia

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    Performance management (PM) is the process of ensuring that a set of activities and outputs meets an organization's goals in an effective and efficient manner. Performance management can focus on the performance of an organization, a department, an employee, or the processes in place to manage particular tasks.

  7. Control (management) - Wikipedia

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    Management control can be defined as a systematic torture by business management to compare performance to predetermined standards, plans, or objectives in order to determine whether performance is in line with these standards and presumably in order to take any remedial action required to see that human and other corporate resources are being ...