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Post Employability Skill Consciousness of Safety and Security for Overall Well-Being in Protected & Tenable Environment with Special Reference to Healthcare Sectors- ‘A Pro Experience Economy Study for Multi-Specialty Hospital on Awareness of Safety and Security’
by- HARI PRASAD . N - Corporate HR
‘A Pro Experience Economy Study for Multi-Specialty Hospital on Awareness of Safety and security’
Post employability awareness and skill development of safety & security is an earned aptitude with copious enthusiasm at the workstation. Exhibiting skills during the day to day operations with combination and permutation of hard and soft skills can be easily defined as performing uninterrupted employability. Edification of skills elates the performance of an employee in safety and security arena. The ongoing research is an extending a step further to outstanding study and practices suggested by National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers (NABH), on safety and security aspects. By considering major recommendations, present cram wholly focuses on four important dimensions of skills such as safety and security, post employability skills, fire safety, and service standards. The worldwide trade body NASSCOM strongly recommends that employability skills are the key element to conquer and uphold the advanced aspirations of the ever-changing corporate world. The gentle blend of the service standards and service excellence can be a way out to answer the umpteen questions pertaining to experience economies in health care sectors i.e. for Multi-Specialty Hospitals intended for signs of Hospitality.
Keywords: Post Employability Skills, Safety and Security, Health Care, Experience Economy, Service Standards and Service Experiences.
Cite This Article:
"Post Employability Skill Consciousness of Safety and Security for Overall Well-Being in Protected & Tenable Environment with Special Reference to Healthcare Sectors- ‘A Pro Experience Economy Study for Multi-Specialty Hospital on Awareness of Safety and security’", International Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research (www.jetir.org), ISSN:2349-5162, Vol.6, Issue 1, page no.558-582, January-2019, Available : http://www.jetir.org/papers/JETIR1901275.pdf
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