Peer reviewer guidelines

The Journal publishes original research manuscripts and research reviews. The following fields: Healthcare
Management, Supply Chain and Logistics Management, HR & Organizational Psychology, Project
Management, Quality Management, Human Resource Management, International Business, Finance,
Marketing, etc.

Online ISSN No. 2790 – 3885
Editorial Policy:

The articles are contributed by researchers from all over the world. The publication cycle is bi-annual. The efforts of both the authors and the reviewers are crucial to the efficiency and efficacy of the editorial review process. An author takes on the task of drafting a research article for review by independent reviewers. It is part of the obligation to get the manuscript peer-reviewed and revised before submission. The review process should not be used to gain input during the early phases of writing a research paper.

Our journal authors have an open researcher and contributors ID from, which indicates a researcher’s inclusion of a track record of publications in the ORCID database on a global scale.

Non- Predatory Journal Policy

To ensure that predatory practices are avoided, the journal’s management adheres to strict standards of publishing processes. Predatory activities can be identified by two factors: a lack of transparency and a desire to deceive. Clients are given a Journal Publication Process that outlines the steps from submission to publication; clients are given copies of peer review reports, so they know exactly where their paper stands; acceptance of publication is granted only after peer review and editorial board approval; clients are mailed a certificate of publication and a hard copy of the journal.

A contract is signed by authors and the publisher that defines the terms of engagement; links to the online publication are provided; the presence of the article is guaranteed at, Google Scholar, Google Scholar citations, Mendeley, and Publish or Perish in; clients are required to evaluate the publisher for predatory practice.

Retraction Policy

The act of a journal publisher removing a published article from the digital file owing to post-publication discovery of fraudulent claims by the study, plagiarism, or major technique mistakes that escaped detection in the quality assurance process is known as retraction. Third-party researcher complaints authenticated by the editorial office on any of the grounds cause the retraction, but only after the writer has been notified and given the opportunity to explain his case in accordance with due process.

Digital Preservation Policy

The process of carefully saving electronic material in different formats such as cloud computing, Google Drive, email accounts, and external hard drives, among others, is known as digital preservation. This is to ensure that the files are saved in the event of a website breakdown, natural disaster, fire, and other man-made destructions, or virus invasions.

Review Policy

All submitted papers will be submitted for peer review. The process of subjecting an article to peer review (also known as refereeing) is referred to as refereeing. to the examination of those who are experts on the author’s intellectual work, research, or views in a similar field Peer review necessitates a group of specialists in a certain (and frequently broad) field. Peer reviewer are qualified and capable of conducting an unbiased examination
qualified expert. The work done during the screening of submitted articles is referred to as review.

The Editorial Board distributes early copies of an author’s work by e-mail or a Web-based manuscript processing system to specialists in the field (known as “referees” or “reviewers”). For each piece, there are three or four. There are two set of reviewers who will do the blind reviewer of the research paper, that will be internal blind reviewers and external blind peer reviewers to maintain the quality and animosity of the research papers. Each paper is assigned by codes and reviewed accordingly.

One is a subject matter specialist and the other is a research and statistics professional who will look at the technical aspects of the study. These referees present the board with an appraisal of the work that identifies any flaws or faults, as well as ideas for improvement. The board then considers the referees’ remarks and takes notes on their impressions of the document before returning the decision to the author with the referees’ comments (s).

Plagiarism Policy

Detection of Plagiarism Contributors are encouraged to employ plagiarism detection software to improve the manuscript’s chances of acceptance. To check for plagiarism, the editorial office uses licensed tools such as turnitin. To pass the plagiarism detection test, the standard set must be 90% originality and 15% or less for similarity.

Similarity Policy

In order to reduce the similarity of the research paper, the researcher is advise to use the software or before submission.


The associate editors will serve as an internal reviewer and allocated external reviewers for specific field of expertise will be assigned.