Human resource management Improving Productivity & Staff

1Moonmoon Lahiri, Dr. Suresh Saini

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Abstract:

Management (HRM). HRM covers incentive pay (individuals and groups) and several unpaid components such as matches (matching, firing) and work organizations of the employment interactions between employees (e.g., teams, autonomy). In general, we put HRM in management and product literature. But in the context of such globali zation problems, innovation every day, the use of the Internet platform for company development, selection and recruiting, and training and development attracts and retains outstanding performers. And the fact that the competitive advantage conventional sources. We begin with some statistics about HRM and productivity levels and trends, as well as the principal economic theories of HRM. HRM determinants — risk, competitiveness, ownership and regulation – are examined. The biggest portion analyses the productivity impact of HRM, stressing methodological, data and findings questions (from micro-econometric studies). We shall finish briefly with proposals for opportunities for further border work

Keywords:

HRM models, organisation performance, hrm practices

Paper Details
Month10
Year2020
Volume24
IssueIssue 10
Pages7665-7671