Human Resources Management Practice In Human Resource Management

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A STUDY OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO
NAVI MUMBAI. (2002 -12)

CHAPTER: - 1 INTRODUCTION

“You Take care of your employees!
They take care of customers!
Customers care of Business!
Business takes care of your Profit/ Mission.”

What is Management?
Management is necessary to recall what management is before studying Human Resource Management has been defined Mary Parker Follett as , “the art getting thing done through people ,” But it is felt that management is much more than what is said in this definition. Management is further defined as “… that field of human behavior in which managers plan, organize staff, direct and control human physical and financial resources in an organized efforts, to achieve desire individual and group objectives with optimum efficiency and effectiveness.” It is clear from this definition that management is concerned with the accomplishment of objectives by utilizing physical and financial resources through the efforts of human resources. Thus human resources is a crucial sub-system in the process of management. The term human resource is quite popular in India with the institution of ‘Ministry of Human Resource Development’ in the Union Cabinet, having studies, the meaning of human resource and management.
According to Henry Fayol, “To manage is to forecast and to plan, to organize, to command, to coordinate and to control.”
According to Harold Koontz, “Management is the art of getting
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