July 07, 2014

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I initially thought it would be quite the challenge for me to select the topic or question I wanted to research for my Post-Module Assignment. Health and Safety is one of the most important aspects in asset management because it pertains exclusively to the wellbeing of employees and customers. The relationship with employees is one of the most delicate relationships a business will have. This relationship is important because it is a focal point in a business's operations. Without employees, a business will not be able to function. Unless it is a company that doesn’t require any human employees. However such companies would still need some employees to run and supervise the technology being used. It is an intricate system which requires an intricate relationship. After my research I have learnt that although a employer-employee relationship can be complicated, if a business applies basic mutual beneficial policies it becomes a lot easier. It is evident that in order to run a successful business it is absolutely important to create a good employer - employee partnership

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