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Articles by Hazril Izwar Ibrahim
Total Records ( 4 ) for Hazril Izwar Ibrahim
  Muhammad Asyraf Mohd Kassim , Hazril Izwar Ibrahim , Arman Hadi Abdul Manaf and Muhammad Safizal Abdullah
  Conflicts that occur among employees can be prevented by managing the conflict effectively. Conflict management is important as it will affect employee’s attitudes and behavior’s. This study discusses how the specific organizational justice dimensions influenced the conflict management styles. The main objective of this research is to investigate which styles have significance relationship with organizational justice dimensions such as distributive justice and procedural justice. The study was conducted using random sampling method. The result shows that employees with high sensitivity in organizational justice issues used integrating, obliging and compromising styles while employees whom with low sensitivity on justice issues are more favorable with dominating and avoiding styles.
  Y.A. Mohammed Alsabbah and Hazril Izwar Ibrahim
  This study seeks to report the results of an empirical investigation on the mediating effect of competence between training practices and employee job performance. The study presents the result of a survey on 277 employees employed at the Palestinian National Authority ministries. The survey examined the effect of training practices on employee’s competence component of hard and soft skills. The study also examined the effect of hard and soft skills on performance. The survey results indicated both hard and soft skills have a mediation role between training practice and job performance. Additionally, training practices have a significant effect on hard and soft skills. The theoretical contribution of this study is to discover the value of these two dimensions of competence conceptualized as hard and soft skills between organizational training practice and employee job performance. It further stresses the importance of competence in addressing the relationship between organizational practice and employee's outcome and consequently add value to the HRM literature.
  Khairul Anuar Mohammad Shah and Hazril Izwar Ibrahim
  The study of consumer attitudes towards foreign made products has become a hot topic discussed by researchers in the field of international business, international marketing and consumer behavior. This was not surprising because of globalization and trade liberalization has become a global issue that is often discussed not only at national level but also at international level. Since, the establishment of the WTO and GATT, many issues and problems concerning trade and international business has been discussed and fine-tuned to get the most effective formula to seek justice for all the dependencies between each other. The current study conducted to get a sense of this issue from the perspective consumers in Malaysia. Malaysia’s consumer negative attitude towards foreign made goods made will be identified and be given attention. Do patriotic attitude, ethnocentric attitude and boycott tendency will directly affect the product judgment and purchase willingness to be answered from the current study.
  Amar Hisham Jaaffar , Hazril Izwar Ibrahim , Khairul Annuar , Mohammad Shah and Abdul Hadi Zulkafli
  Studies examining employers’ perceptions of employability skills acquired by higher education undergraduates’ students after their participation in Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) programs are limited. Employers’ perspective with regard to applicability of WIL programme is important to ensure undergraduates are provided with the relevant skills; to facilitate the transfer of the acquired skills and to contribute to the profiling of industry-relevant skills and competencies for higher education undergraduate programmes. This study examines 105 employers’ perception of the importance of alignment between university WIL programmes and what skills are vital for the employers, undergraduate’s employability skills satisfaction rate and which employability skills are important in the future. Findings indicate majority of the employers perceived that there is alignment between what is taught in university and workplace environment and majority of the employers indicated to have high satisfaction of the undergraduates’ employability skills except for entrepreneurial skills. Employer also opined that undergraduate’s communication skills; analytical and problem solving skills; and ability to adapt to and act in new situation matter to them most in next 5-10 years. The findings provide a useful insight into employers’ overall WIL experience and suggestions for future improvements.
 
 
 
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