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A Study on Relationship Between Human Resource Development Climate and Organizational Performance in Hotel Industry:With Specific Reference to Meerut City


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In last four decades, one of the most important factors of consideration in front of any organization is the sustainable level of employee satisfaction. In earlier time, the role of retention was not popular for corporate houses as they were focusing on new employees and the rate of attrition was also high with departments but with changing market scenario and dynamic competitive environment, retention of employees become need of hour for the corporate houses. The role of Human Resource Department has witnessed huge transformation (in passage of time) with smooth shift from recruitment and selection procedures to implementation of HR Development practices and correct structuring of employees with accurate conciseness for overall progress of the corporate house and streamlined business returns with smooth internal functioning. A large number of organizations are exercising the developmental practices in their internal management activities to increase the overall internal functioning and concerned output level. The paper is designed to understand the relationship between effective Human Resource Development practices and organizational growth in terms of its performance.

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Rate of Attrition, Competitive Environment, Human Resource Department, Employees, Organizational Growth.
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Authors

Ankur Kukreti
Motherhood University, Haridwar, Uttarakhand, India
Sakshi Chauhan
Motherhood University, Haridwar, Uttarakhand, India

Abstract


In last four decades, one of the most important factors of consideration in front of any organization is the sustainable level of employee satisfaction. In earlier time, the role of retention was not popular for corporate houses as they were focusing on new employees and the rate of attrition was also high with departments but with changing market scenario and dynamic competitive environment, retention of employees become need of hour for the corporate houses. The role of Human Resource Department has witnessed huge transformation (in passage of time) with smooth shift from recruitment and selection procedures to implementation of HR Development practices and correct structuring of employees with accurate conciseness for overall progress of the corporate house and streamlined business returns with smooth internal functioning. A large number of organizations are exercising the developmental practices in their internal management activities to increase the overall internal functioning and concerned output level. The paper is designed to understand the relationship between effective Human Resource Development practices and organizational growth in terms of its performance.

Keywords


Rate of Attrition, Competitive Environment, Human Resource Department, Employees, Organizational Growth.

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