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DOI : 10.24924/ijabm

ISSN :

  • 2289-3717
  • 2289-4619

Start Year : 2013

Published Articles : 203



Volume: 2, Issue Number: 1

A STUDY OF USABILITY OF BANK PAY-IN-SLIPS

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2014.04/v2.iss1/1.5
K. Dashrathraj Shetty, Avinash Kumar Singh, Suman Gowda, Dr. Srikanth Prabhu

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According to National Survey of Banking Correspondents (2012), in India 7% of the customers use online banking (e-pay), 25% of the customers use DD and 68% use pay-in-slip. Hence, even now large number of bank customers use pay-in slip to deposit money. In India money transfer can be divided into two types-Large Scale Payments and Small scale payments. Most of the large scale payments are usually done using e-payment options and generally small scale payments related to retail, and individuals are carried out using paper based transactions. Hence, pay-in slip is one of the important tangibles in the process of service delivery of banks. ... Read More


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ORGANIZATION'S CORE COMPETENCIES; A KEY FOR SUCCESSFUL & HAPPY ORGANIZATION

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2014.04/v2.iss1/6.16
Dr. Mohammad Abu Faiz

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Companies need to learn to manage tomorrow's opportunities as competently as they manage today's businesses. The discovery of new competitive space is helped when a company has a class of technology generalists that can move from one discipline to another. The new market development can be geared up by developing the capability to redeploy the human resources quickly from one business opportunity to another. It is the top management's responsibility to inspire the organization with a view of distinct goals and help them to achieve and reach the set target ... Read More


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WORK BASED LEARNING IS A NEW DIMENSION IN MALAYSIA TERTIARY EDUCATION

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2014.04/v2.iss1/17.27
Dato\' Dr. Abdul Murad Ahmad

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The Malaysian Government launches a bold move five years ago to boost up the economic activities initiatives known as Economic Transformation Programme (ETP). This EPP (Entry Point Project) 10, now known as MyCenthe supports plans under the Tourism NKEA (National Key Economic Areas) to grow the tourism industry threefold by 2020 by increasing the annual output of hospitality personnel from 20,000 in 2009 to 50,000 by 2020. In tandem with this, the number of graduates with diplomas and degrees will need to grow from 13% to 50% over the same period. ... Read More


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FACTORS INFLUENCING CONSUMER PURCHASE DECISION ON INVESTMENT

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2014.04/v2.iss1/28.31
Farah Raihana Binti Haji Ismail, Kauthar Binti Nasiruddin

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Wang (2009) once said that risk-taking in investment is referring to the investors' risk-taking attempts or moves in putting their money as an investment on something in which the true risk is known or unknown (predictions).A study done by Vlaev et al. (2009) shows that people tend to relate investment risk with loss of capital, returns below expectation, and economic uncertainty. Besides, throughout the process of any investment decision making, there are some factors that will interfere with the attempt and one of them is the investor's level of risk tolerance. ... Read More


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CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY TOWARDS EMPLOYEES

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2014.04/v2.iss1/32.39
Rumaysa Nadia Mohd Suhaimi

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Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is widely known as globalization demands it. Many western countries has been practicing CSR and now followed by developing countries including Malaysia. CSR is not an obligation to companies. However, it is a common practice in corporations to practice CSR. It is indeed demand from the public, government, employee, and environmentalist not to forget international negotiations for the practical aspect. Therefore, the effect of CSR is not limit to profit/economic but also includes social, environmental responsibility towards all stakeholders and society at large. ... Read More


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EMPLOYEE EMOTIONAL COMPETENCY IN ESTABLISHING CONSUMER SATISFACTION AND LOYALTY: MEDIATE ROLE OF RAPPORT IN MALAYSIA SPA AND BEAUTY INDUSTRY

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2014.04/v2.iss1/40.48
Omkar Dastane, Ojo Amuel Olamilekan

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Asia Pacific, in 2007, was tagged as the world third largest spa and beauty market in regards to revenue of approximate USD11.4 billion and rated as the second largest in number (21,566) of spas and 363,648 employees and still on increase (SpasinMalaysia..,2013). According to the survey carried out by intelligent spas and beauty Malaysia, featuring over 850 quantitative statistics on Malaysia spa market, including a qualitative survey through observation from managers and owners of this business, it was discovered that Malaysia spa ISSN: 2289-4519 Page 41 industry has double their growth over 200% is the initial start-up in 2002, increasing competition and reducing the loyalty of the customers ... Read More


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INDIA SRI LANKA FREE TRADE AGREEMENT (IFTA)

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2014.04/v2.iss1/49.67
A. A. M. Nufile, A. N. Ahmed, M. B. M. Ismail

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It has been a long felt need of both the less developed and developing countries in South Asia Region to expand their domestic markets for sustaining economic growth based on Gross Domestic Product (GDP) to ensure per capita income to balance the expenditure and capital accumulation based on their international resources from Agriculture, Industries, Commerce, Technologies and etc. forming the major sector of economy for improving a quality of human life and focusing on social, cultural and political development until the 1980s to have signed the ISSN: 2289-4519 Page 50 South Asian Association for Regional Co-operation (SAARC) and expanding the facilities of the local market by means of trade of goods and services with other countries of South Asia. ... Read More


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MEASUREMENT AND DETERMINANT FACTORS AFFECTING THE LEVEL OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2014.04/v2.iss1/68.83
Visvanathan Naicker, Nasraldin Omer

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During the recent past, many experiments have been conducted in successful firms with the aim to produce strategic advantages of KM. KM gurus, such as Davenport & Prusak (1998), have worked on options of effective KM implementation in firms. It should be noted that KM initiatives are expensive, time-consuming, laborious and occasionally yield the desired result. Davenport (2000) states that KM processes involve major investments in areas related to knowledge capture, storage, value addition, distribution and training staff relating to the benefits of tacit and explicit knowledge ... Read More


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EXPLORING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN JOB SATISFACTION AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT OF NURSES

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2014.04/v2.iss1/84.86
Sreehari Ravindranath, Jomon Joy, Joseph Thomas R

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Job satisfaction and organizational commitment are the two most observed popular areas that have concerned significant attention on the organizational behavior area (Mathieu and Zajac, 1990; Meyer and Allen, 1984, 1990; O'Reilly and Chatman, 1986). This is because of the fact that devoted and joyful workforce will contribute towards organizational productivity. There is no doubt that job satisfaction for employees is essential. Any organization should concern about their employees' satisfaction for the reason that: ... Read More


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FACTORS AFFECTING CUSTOMER'S PREFERENCES FOR SELECTION OF LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY WITH REFERENCE TO TAMILNADU

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2014.04/v2.iss1/87.95
P. Arul Minash Rajkumar, Dr. N. Kannan

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Insurance is the device by the help of which people can ward off their perceived risk about something they own. Insurance helps o reduce or eliminate the risk of life and property. Any risk contingent upon life and property may be insured against at a premium commensurate with the risk involved. India's Insurance sector is the second largest mobilization of savings after banks and constitutes 15 percent of gross domestic product savings. Around Rs.4, 00,000 crores of assets are under management of insurance companies which is almost double the size of mutual funds industry. More importantly insurance industry has moved away from a public sector monopoly with private capital entering the industry in 2000. ... Read More


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IMPACT OF PSYCHOLOGICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL DRIVERS ON CONSUMER BUYING BEHAVIOUR: FOCUS OF VASELINE BODY LOTION

DOI :10.24924/ijabm/2014.04/v2.iss1/96.102
Ishola Abdulfatai Idomi

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Consumer buying behaviour is usually influenced by both psychological and sociological driver's at the most basic level of the phenomenon of consumption, the process by which people or organizations purchase, use and disposed products and services is to satisfy needs and wants. The processes by which consumers decide which products and services they will select can be highly complex (Solomon et. al., 2007). ... Read More


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