In this article we are going to find the node in a singly LinkedList, where a Loop starts , if there is a loop exists in the LinkedList. The solution is a extension to the problem of finding the existence of a Loop in a linked list. Finding the loop in a linked list was solved using Floyd cycle detection algorithm in this article. It is highly reco...

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Accidents are described in terms of frequency, severity and incidence. Organisations generally maintain frequency, severity and incidence records. Mathematical formulae are used to calculate accident rates. Thus for calculating the incidence rate the formula is: Incidence rate = Number of recordable injuries x 1 million/ Number of Employee exposu...

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Safety Program deals with the prevention of accidents and with minimising the resulting loss and damage to persons and property. Five basic principles must govern the safety programme of an organisation. The five principles are: Industrial accidents result from a multiplicity of factors. But these have to be traced to their root causes, which are u...

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Generally, LinkedList means a Singly LinkedList. This list consists of a number of nodes where each node has a next pointer to the following node. The link of the last node in the list is NULL, which indicates the end of the list. Following figure describes such a singly LinkedList. Following is the type declaration we are going to use for our exam...

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What is Safety:  Safety is simple terms, means freedom from the occurrence or risk of injury or loss. Industrial safety refers to the protection of workers from the danger of industrial accidents. An accident, then is an unplanned and uncontrolled event in which an action or reaction of an object, a substance a person, or a radiation results in per...

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Separation occurs when an employee leaves the organization. In the former, initiation for separation is taken by the employee himself or herself. Where the employer initiates to separate an employee, it becomes involuntary separation. In the latter employee entertains the feeling of injustice and seeks legal protection to undo it.   Voluntary Separ...

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Promotion means an improvement in pay, prestige, position and responsibilities of an employee within his/her organization. A mere shifting of an employee to a different job which has better working hours, better location and more pleasant working conditions does not amount to promotion. The new job is a promotion for the employee only when it carri...

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Horizontal Movement of Employees: Horizontal or lateral movement of employees is common in organization. Popularly called transfer, such movement of employees takes place for valid reasons. Nevertheless, HR manager needs to handle transfer with caution. A transfer involves a change in the jobs (accompanied by a change in the place of the job) of an...

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Just as employers are expected to make strategic choices, unions too should choose among alternative strategies. The  major alternatives available before the unions are-bread and butter versus political objective adversarial versus cooperative role; and traditional labour versus new services. Bread & Butter Versus Political Objectives: Unions diffe...

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