Literature Review On Human Resource Management

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A review of literature on HRM practices has been made with a view to understand the research work that has been done so far in the field of HRM for last few years. The present review of literature is divided into three sections, review of books on HR practices, review of articles in national and international journals and review of theses.For the sake of better understanding and simplicity, the review of articles on journals is broken on the basis of various functions of HRM. i) Article review on Manpower planning, recruitment and selection. 1. GeetaKumari, JyotiBhat and K. M. Pandey (2010) studied the process of recruitment and selection process with special reference to Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverage Pvt.Ltd, Gangyal, Jammu, India and observed…show more content…
Sambhaji v. Mane (2011) conducted a study on HR risk management in co-operative sector milk processing organisations in Western Maharashtra with special reference to human resource development practices and found that HR risk management and HRD practices of cooperative milk units in Maharashtra are strong . HE observed that performance appraisal, Career planning and development, Training and Job evaluation are at a ‘very poor’ level; the HRD practices namely, Role analysis, Recruitment, Selection, Induction, Management development, Workers participation in management, Quality circles, Wages and salary administration and HRD concept are at a ‘poor’ level; and the HRD practices namely, Human Resource Planning, Placement, Organization Development and Change, Quality of work life, Employee counseling, grievance procedure and Team management are at a ‘fair’…show more content…
Ms. Kavitha(2014) has studied the importance of manpower planning in organizations and felt that HRP helps in predicting future manpower requirements and thereby estimating number and kind of manpower requirements so as to meet the company’s short-term as well as long term objectives. 6. Dr. JameenderRitesh (2014) studied the importance and impact of Human Resource Planning inEffectiveness and Competitiveness of an Organization and felt that HRP is essential in order to Prevent shortage of human resource and skill Satisfy future staffing needs , Avoid industrial unrest Show the flow of information of individuals and increase productivity and concluded that Effective manpower planning must embrace the procurement, employment, development and maintenance of human resource of the organization. 7. Sudhamsetti.Naveen, Dr.D.N.MRaju(2014) studied the recruitment and selection process in Cement Industry, Electronics Industry, Sugar Industry In Krishna Dt AP, India and observed that in all the selected industries of the study area recruitment is made by campus placements, job.com, data banks etc.The selection is done by evaluating the candidate’s skills, knowledge and abilities which are highly required to the vacancies in selected industries. They also identified that both monetary and non-monetary incentives are given to the employees to motivate them for better
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