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CHALLENGES IN HRM
The HR Managers of today may find it difficult because of the rapidly changing business environment and therefore they should update their knowledge and skills by looking at the organization‘sneed and objectives.
1. Managing the Vision: Vision of the organization provides the direction to business strategy and helps managers to evaluate management practices and make decisions. So vision management becomes the integral part of the process of Man management in times to come .
2. Internal Environment: Creating an environment which is responsive to external changes, providing satisfaction to the employees and sustaining through culture and systems is a challenging task.
3. Changing Industrial Relations: Both the workers and managers have to be managed by the same HRM Philosophy and this is going to be a difficult task for the managers of tomorrow.
4. Building Organizational Capability: Even in the adverse circumstances the employees have to be made to live in psychological state of readiness to continually change.
5. Job Design and Organization Structure: Instead of depending on foreign concepts we need to focus on understanding the job, technology and the people involved in carrying out the tasks.
6. Managing the Large Work Force: Management of large workforce poses the biggest problem as the workers are conscious of their rights.
8. Employee Satisfaction: Managers should be aware of techniques to motivate their employees so that their higher level needs can be satisfied.
9. Modern Technology: There will be unemployment due to modern technology and this could be corrected by assessing manpower needs and finding alternate employment.
10. Computerized Information System: This is revolutionary in managerial decision making and is having impact on coordination in the organization.
11. Managing Human Resource Relations: As the workforce comprises of both educated and uneducated, managing the relations will be of greatchallenge. One of the challenges HR managers face is issues of up gradation of the skill set through training and development in the face of high attrition. Indian companies are recognizing their responsibilities to enhance the employee‘s opportunity to develop skills and abilities for full performance within the position and for career advancement.
It is a program or policy of a company that aims to eliminate discrimination by providing equal opportunities and improving his /her profession. (education)
Affirmative action refers to policies that take factors including "race, color, religion, sex, or national origin" into consideration in order to benefit an underrepresented group, usually as a means to counter the effects of a history of discrimination.
Examples of affirmative action
Recruit a diverse manpower
Generate amiable work environment Training and counselling
Disciplinary action against discrimination of any kind
What is Inclusive growth?
Inclusive growth approach takes a longer term perspective as the focus is on productive
More Productive jobs will be created
Economic opportunity expanded for all
– Direct income redistribution
– Increasing incomes for excluded groups
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