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  • louise0924 6:48 am on September 26, 2016 Permalink | Reply  

    Failed Synopsis!! 

    I wrote my synopsis for PhD of 5 thousand words, which unfortunately got rejected. The major concern is that my synopsis is not focused and unappealing enough to make through. The topic is also not ‘structured’ (whatever that means). I’ll get one more chance to make it right, so it is very critical for me. I just want to know that how should I proceed with this. Thanks.

     
  • louise0924 9:58 am on August 12, 2016 Permalink | Reply  

    Research Ideas for Topic Selection 

    Hey all, I was wondering if anybody could guide me in selecting a dissertation topic in Human Resource department. My concern is that, this domain is very common, yet, making it extremely difficult for me to choose a trendy and fresh research topic. I was interested in something around interviews and screening process, or how to improve that. I would really appreciate some help regarding this. Thanks all.

     
    • robertmaxeey 4:20 am on August 19, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      I think for interview and selection department in HR domain, you can study the methods of recruitment, or something along the similar lines. Social and e-recruitment are really in.

      I came across some more trendy topics, follow the link for the same.

      http://www.mbathesis.eu/blog/know-what-are-the-trending-research-areas-in-human-resource-management/

    • dolliejgandy 7:44 am on August 29, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Hey I think you can definitely work something around interviews and screening process and how you can improve them. Maybe you can investigate the existing techniques in this department and the new means that have now emerged. Even the suggestions given by Robertmaxeey are quite good. Now to come up with a topic, you first need to research a lot in this domain and find out existing studies. Read them, confirm the stream you want to get into and them formulate a topic. You can even merge the topics of 2-3 research papers to make yours.

    • louise0924 12:43 pm on August 30, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Hi, thanks for the replies. There are a lot of studies in e-recruitment and traditional approaches of recruiting, so I am unable to find anything new.

      @robert: After reading the blog, I think training and development in HR could be a potential stream. So can I somehow merge it with e-recruitment?

    • robertmaxeey 4:29 am on September 3, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Yes you can. There are e-recruitment training courses, where individuals are imparted with skills and practical knowledge for landing a job. But, this is different from the selection and recruitment process. I think that you can merge the two of them, show some kind of comparison between the skills imparted to the individuals via recruitment training and the skills needed in the selection process. Rest, you can search for the same, look out for similar research papers, and then see the scope of this area/topic.

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