The scant research to date highlights that certain Human Resource Development (HRD) interventions can evoke an opportunity of organisational and personal growth, due to developing and unleashing.
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Mostly Discussed Research areas in Human Resource Management. this study all those papers which are published in prominent HR journals were scanned and those published during last five year period were kept under sharp focus. Papers pertaining to the field of HRM and organizational performance were categorized and examined in detail. Categorization of the literature according to various.Every organization requires diverse resources for its growth and development. Among them Human Resources (HR) Financial Resources (FR) and Technical Resources are important. Of these three, Human Resources (HR) plays most important role because it is the Human Resources (HR) that will determine the potentialities of an organization in terms of its production, marketing and expansion. 1.1.This paper aims to discuss human resource development (HRD) as the integrated use of training and development, organisation development and career development to improve individual, group and organisational effectiveness. Proper work of HR Development and Training with Production-Operations that people get up the company are able to transmit information efficiently, communicate well with.
The Human Development Research Paper (HDRP) Series is a medium for sharing recent research commissioned to inform the global Human Development Report, which is published annually, and further research in the field of human development.Read More
This paper is “The Effect of Human resource Development on organizational productivity.” The study aims to determine the extent at which effective human resource development can enhance productivity in order to reduce poor performance in organization, to determine the.Read More
About this journal. Human Resource Development Review (HRDR) is an international journal focusing on theory development for scholars and practitioners in human resource development and related disciplines.HRDR publishes high-quality conceptual work using non-empirical research methods. The journal is committed to advancing HRD by providing fresh theoretical insights, new conceptual models.Read More
The resources needed are human, the organizations employees, information, the technology and training needed, the physical, the retail location, and the financial, the budget the company operates with, these are the inputs in the organizational system. The resources management acquires and uses, rates the transformation and procedures used in the day to day operations Of the business, sales.Read More
Human Resources Management and Training This compilation provides 24 papers on good practices in human resources management and training in statistical offices from across the UNECE region, grouped into three sections: cross cutting issues, training, and human resources management. The papers cover a range of issues from recruitment and retaining of staff and setting up training programs, to.Read More
Human resource management is a strategic, integrated and coherent approach to the employment, development and well-being of the people working in organisations (Armstrong, 2016:7) Human resource management is the process through which management builds the workforce and tries to create the human performances that the organisation needs. (Boxall.Read More
The present paper is an attempt to study the impact of information technology (IT) on HR practices. Keywords: Technology, Information Technology (IT), Human Resource Practices (HR), Recruitment, Training, Development 1. Introduction “The HR professionals should remember that employees are the lifeblood of any company. If we create a great workplace experience for them, they’ll pay you back.Read More
The most relevant HRM practices (training and development, performance appraisal, career planning system, employee participation, and compensation system) have been selected for the study. Correlation and Regression technique was used to analyze the data. This research provides information about the active practices of HRM in textile sector and their impact on employees performance. The.Read More
R J. Human Resource Management, 2002). Now a days training is the most important factor in the business world because training increases the efficiency and the effectiveness of both employees and the organization. The employee performance depends on various factors. But the most important factor of employee performance is training.Training is important to enhance the capabilities of employees.Read More
The purpose of this paper is to examine the impact of human resource management (HRM) practices on organizational performance. A total of 169 employees from Debre Brehan University comprising of both academicians and support staff responded to the survey. The survey questionnaire had 58 items covering selected HRM practices and University performance. The study has found that human resource.Read More