Études de cas en ressources humaines
Découvrez nos études de cas en ressources humaines. Les études de cas sont l’œuvre d’auteurs de renommée internationale de HEC Montréal et de Wits Business School.
CASE STUDY. Ever since she had started Umsinsi Health Care (Pty) Ltd in South Africa in November 2008, Amanda Wilde’s vision had been to place the company, which distributed medical devices, in a trust for all of her employees.
CASE STUDY. Two colleagues working at different hierarchical levels are negotiating the purchase of a car. The the case deals with the negotiation.
CASE STUDY. Foschini Group’s (FOS) Shani Naidoo was in excellent spirits when she walked out of a two-day group strategy meeting in October 2009.
CASE STUDY. This two-part analytical case illustrates the situation of Money Cash Flow Inc., a fast-growing Canadian insurance company, where the human resources management at its Montreal call centre has gradually become a major concern.
CASE STUDY. Luc Leblanc, a professor in human resources management at a business school, was inquiring about training evaluation practices at companies in his home town.
CASE STUDY. Since his promotion, Jeff has been feeling that he lacks influence within his new working environment.
CASE STUDY. This case is a complete in-tray exercise such as those included in assessment centres for managerial positions.
CASE STUDY. Corporate Linguistic Consulting specializes in business-oriented linguistic training for government employees and is seeking to hire a new instructor.
CASE STUDY. The case focuses on the regulatory and institutional environments underlying board decisions with respect to executive compensation.
CASE STUDY. Faced with the possibility of being paid « under the table, » Jessica does not want to jeopardize her employment at Precise Analysis, but she does not know how to approach the issue regarding the taxation of her future employment at the company.
CASE STUDY. When Pierre was hired as a junior program officer at a public institution, it was explained to him that every new employee is eligible for up to $1,500 annually for training.