Isuzu Motors Case Study

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Isuzu Motors Ltd. is a Japanese company which manufactures commercial vehicles and is a pioneer in manufacturing diesel engines. It was initially known as Tokyo Ishikawajima Shipbuilding and Engineering Co., Ltd. The name then changed to Automobile Industries Co., Ltd. The products of Automobile Industries were then marketed as "Sumiya" and "Chiyoda". The company adapted its name from the Isuzu River. Vehicles manufactured by Isuzu are sold in commercial markets all over the world. The first car manufactured was in the year 1922. After a 13 year period of research, innovation and consistent drive for excellence, they released another model in 1935 which was the first of its kind in Japan, fully furnished with compressed air brakes. By the…show more content…
In March 2013, Isuzu Motors and the Government of Andhra Pradesh signed a MOU to establish its factory in Sri City, India. The project which is around ₹3000 crore will manufacture for the domestic markets. It started initially with a capacity of 50000 units annually but will soon expand to 120000 units a year. The factory at Sri City is spread across a hundred and seven acres. This Manufacturing plant brings to India the global manufacturing standards of Isuzu that ensure that vehicles are made in the same high held quality and reliability as popular places in the…show more content…
These roles range from recruiting an employee to training and developing the employee, to taking care of the needs of the employee, to compensating and measuring the performance of employees to taking care of relieving an employee. Human Resources are involved in every aspect of an Employee’s cycle in an organisation. Human Resources department is at the most- a crucial and an essential if not critical component of any organisation, be it big or small. The primary agenda of any Human Resources department is to maximise employee productivity. HUMAN RESOURCES IN MANUFACURING SECTOR The human resource department plays a wide variety of different roles and contributes to the success of an organization. It is even more in a Manufacturing industry, where the strongest and most vested resources are its employees. Organizations have many opportunities for their human resources to initiate progress or development of their employees, both within and outside of their respective office. The following are a wide range of verticals in an organisation, i. Recruitment, selection, and on-boarding (resourcing) ii. Organizational design and

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