Google+ Consumer Psyche: HR related problems


Wednesday, September 10, 2008

HR related problems

The current issues of employee-retention is a fabulous creation of shabby HR practices -- a creation of ill-bred and half-baked HR professionals, most of whom owe their knowledge to C-grade run-of-the-mill institutes strewn across India.

For most HR activity relates only to "Recruitments".Rising attrition rates is a direct reflection of the HR incompetency. HR Departments, for one, are now endowed with the skills, competency and knowledge to map individual needs and organizational goals -- a prerequisite while recruiting resources.

Today very few Indian HR professionals appreciate the immense potential of on-demand training and e-learning. For them these are jargons that typically signify nothing. No wonder that HR Departments in Indian companies (barring a few well-structured companies) has now come to be seen as a very low-end and low-dignity assignment in the management spectrum.


Unknown said...

I liked the information gained after reading the page....but I dont know why I think that an HR job is still the safest bet, considering the job scenarios these days! I should be corrected if I am wrong, but for me, HR is one dept where I would love to venture!!!! ;)

Unknown said...

Hi Gagan,

Thanks for the comment.

Yes HR stands the best bet. You get to know when you have to leave and have enough time for planning :)

If you keep yourself updated and are an asset to the concern you will be the last to get fired.