“The difference in the role of HRD in influencing change and in organizations” The globe consists of different countries which in turn comprise of different people who
in turn comprise of varied religions, languages, cultures, ethics and the like. People all around the world have different characteristics and attributes owing to their individual countries. Domestically, we know our own people i.e. the people of our own country. However, globalization has changed this facet of the world. There was a time when seeing another national in our own country as a tourist was truly a sight. But now, with … Read the rest
TOPIC OF STUDY
“A Study on HRD as a Tool for Enhancing Business Competitiveness: Issues and Practices in Selected Industries.”
The various issues are:
1) HRD interventions in developing global competitiveness.
2) Assessing and evaluating the impact of HRD interventions.
3) Benchmarking HRD practices.
4) Attracting and retaining tale
5) Transformation of organization culture
6) HR issues in IT industry
OBJECTIVE OF STUDY
To sustain the competitive advantage an organization must have commitment for improvement, innovation and change and the most important catalyst towards developing these qualities are superior human resources and their capabilities. It has become very important for … Read the rest
Performance appraisal should be a two way approach, both from the supervisor and subordinate. The study presents a review of the performance appraisal process in relation to performance and feedback at Hewlett Packard. The purpose of PA is to help the employee perform better, accomplish more and be motivated to work towards making an organization more effective.
The performance appraisal is the evaluation of on employee job performance in order to determine the degree to which the employee is performing effectively. Performance appraisal should be designed to show more precisely how well workers are doing their jobs.
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In this study I have tried to find out the perception of the Employees about Performance Management System. Employees have their different perception, by analyzing the responses given by them I have given some suggestions. Sample size of 50 has been taken. In the survey both Executives and Non-executives were taken. Questionnaires were designed in such a way that it was easy to understand and both Executives and Non-Executives can fill it.
In the study 86% were Executives and 14% were Non-Executives, 80% were Male Employees and 20% were Female Employees. The age group was mainly between 45-55.… Read the rest
An employee reward system consists of organizations integrated policies, processes and practices for rewarding its employees in accordance with their contribution, skill and competence and their market worth. It is developed within the framework of an organization’s reward philosophy, strategies and policies, and contains arrangements in the form of processes, practices, structures and procedures which will provide and maintain appropriate types and levels of pay, benefits and other forms of reward.
Any reward system consists of financial rewards (fixed and variable pay) and employee benefits, which together comprise total remuneration. The reward system also incorporates non-financial rewards (recognition, … Read the rest