“To study HRM factors affecting growth & development of Textile industries, in Madhya Pradesh, India”

Nina Jain, Dr. Rajendra Singh

Abstract


It is proven fact that people are one of the important organization resources and their performance directly or indirectly affects growth and development of organization. So, if the organization has implemented effective and appropriate HRM practices in their firm then it will surely show its impact on its growth and development. Over the years of my own experience in corporate sector, it was noticed that organization can reach certain level without policies and procedures but as it grows big it requires well laid down structure, policies and procedures for its functioning or it falls down. These policies must be framed in such a manner that the company’s vision & objectives are clearly understood by the people who are helping the company to achieve it, so that benefits and growth are seen/felt at all levels and at the same time both personal and organizational objectives are achieved.

 

In this study, focus is on studying and analyzing the role of HRM practices on the growth and development of the organization. The main objective of this study is identifying the prevailing HRM practices in Textile industries and analyzing these HR factors which affect the growth and development of Textile industries in Madhya Pradesh, India.

For reaching our goal we have collected information regarding HRM practice from 60 Textile industries considering variables namely Manpower planning, Staffing practices, Training and career development, Performance Appraisal, compensation and Incentive, Unionization, team work, Employee participation and Working conditions which form exclusive part in measuring the prevailing HRM practices in Madhya Pradesh, India.


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