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Avaliação de desempenho em RH na pesquisa agropecuária. Repositório Alice
XAVIER, O. S.; RIBEIRO, T. Z. T.; FONSECA FILHO, J. P..
O artigo analisa os resultados de uma pesquisa realizada numa empresa de pesquisa agropecuária do Nordeste, cujos empregados demonstraram uma expectativa favorável ao uso da Avaliação de Desempenho. Além disso são comentadas as principais causas de resistência a Avaliação de desempenho ou a implantação de qualquer política que implique mudanças e a visão dos empregados dessa empresa pesquisada sobre o método de Avaliação.
Tipo: Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE) Palavras-chave: Avaliacao; Desempenho; Politica; Mudanca; Resistencia; Evaluation; Performance; Human resources; Research institutions; Agriculture; Labour productivity.
Ano: 1988 URL: http://www.alice.cnptia.embrapa.br/handle/doc/86457
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Impact of MGNREGA on Input-use Pattern, Labour Productivity and Returns of Selected Crops in Gulbarga District, Karnataka AgEcon
Channaveer; Lokesha, H.; Hugar, L.B.; Deshmanya, J.B.; Goudappa, S.B..
The study has tried to capture the effect of MGNREGA by selecting two sets of villages in the Gulbarga district of Karnataka, one which have utilized 75 per cent of allocated funds and the other which have utilized less the 25 per cent of allocated funds under MGNREGA. The study is based on primary data obtained from 120 sample farmers belonging to five village panchayats. In redgram, a significant difference has been observed in use of machine power and labour use between fully and partially-implemented MGNREGA villages, but no difference has been recorded in the use of material inputs. Similarly, in the rabi jowar, there is a significant difference in labour use but not in the use of machine power and material inputs between two categories of villages....
Tipo: Article Palavras-chave: Impact of MGNREGA; Labour productivity; Crop returns; Agricultural and Food Policy; J43; J24; Input-use pattern.
Ano: 2011 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/119407
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Morbilidad autoreportada y los retornos a la salud para los varones urbanos en el Perú: enfermedad vs. incapacidad AgEcon
Murrugara, Edmundo; Valdivia, Martin.
El efecto del nivel de salud de los individuos sobre su productividad y sus ingresos es incuestionable desde varios puntos de vista. Sin embargo, la medición de ese efecto ha sido bastante más complicada que, por ejemplo, la correspondiente al efecto de la educación. Las razones de esta complejidad son de carácter conceptual, técnico y de calidad de la información. Esta medición se complica aún más en países en desarrollo debido a las limitaciones de los indicadores de salud disponibles, en su mayoría afectados por la propia percepción del individuo. En este sentido, el presente reporte muestra evidencia acerca de los determinantes de salud para los varones adultos de zonas urbanas y sus efectos en la productividad, usando dos medidas de morbilidad...
Tipo: Working or Discussion Paper Palavras-chave: Condiciones de salud; Productividad del trabajo; Economia de la salud; Zonas urbanas; Perú; Health conditions; Labour productivity; Health economics; Urban areas; Peru; Health Economics and Policy; I12.
Ano: 2000 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/37769
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Technology and Productivity: A Summary of the Relationship and a Review of Relevant Research AgEcon
Emter, Nicholas A..
This information bulletin is presented in two sections, which follow a summary of the key findings. The first section addresses the important contribution of productivity to economic growth and explores the relationship between adopting advanced technology and improving productivity. Drawing from the findings of productivity research, the section begins by defining productivity and explains why labour factor productivity is the best measure of, and the key to, productivity enhancement. It then explains how increasing productivity leads to economic growth and a higher standard of living. The section concludes by examining the relationship between adopting advanced technologies and productivity enhancement as shown through a review of relevant research...
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Productivity; Technology; Standard of Living; TFP; Labour productivity; Economic growth; Prosperity; Adoption; Labor and Human Capital; Production Economics; Productivity Analysis.
Ano: 2010 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/60397
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The competitiveness of domestic rice production in East Africa: A domestic resource cost approach in Uganda JARTS
Kikuchi, Masao; Haneishi, Yusuke; Maruyama, Atsushi; Tokida, Kunihiro; Asea, Godfrey; Tsuboi, Tatsushi.
The rapid increase of rice imports in sub-Saharan Africa under the unstable situation in the world rice market during the 2000s has made it an important policy target for the countries in the region to increase self-sufficiency in rice in order to enhance food security. Whether domestic rice production can be competitive with imported rice is a serious question in East African countries that lie close, just across the Arabian Sea, to major rice exporting countries in South Asia. This study investigates the international competitiveness of domestic rice production in Uganda in terms of the domestic resource cost ratio. The results show that rainfed rice cultivation, which accounts for 95% of domestic rice production, does not have a comparative advantage...
Tipo: Info:eu-repo/semantics/article Palavras-chave: Agriculture; Agricultural Economics modern input; Irrigation infrastructure; Labour productivity; Rainfed cultivation; Rate of protection; Yield.
Ano: 2016 URL: http://www.jarts.info/index.php/jarts/article/view/2016010549566
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WHY IS AGRICULTURAL LABOUR PRODUCTIVITY HIGHER IN SOME COUNTRIES THAN OTHERS? AgEcon
Gutierrez, Luciano.
Agriculture productivity varies dramatically in different regions of the world. Using recent theories of economic growth and new data sets (Larson and al., 1999) as a guide, this study finds some empirical regularities between agricultural labour productivity growth, investment and education, as also for environmental factors, for 44 countries during the period 1980-1993. We find strong evidence that where agricultural investment and educated people rates are higher, agricultural labour productivity grows faster. Secondly, geographical factors as well as freer trade influence growth. Finally, we find evidence of conditional convergence, which means that cross-country agricultural productivity does not converge to the same level of steady state but that...
Tipo: Conference Paper or Presentation Palavras-chave: Growth; Labour productivity; Convergence; Labor and Human Capital; Productivity Analysis.
Ano: 2000 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/21741
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