High-tech people, high-touch HR Are we missing the humane touch?
By: Chatterjee, Debashis.
Contributor(s): Dhal, Manoranchan | Pati, Surya Prakash.Material type: TextSeries: Academic Reference Series. Publisher: New Delhi Bloomsbury 2013Description: 418p.ISBN: 9789382951209.Subject(s): HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT | ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR | ORGANIZATIONAL STRESS | EMPLOYEE EMPLOYER RELATIONSHIP | SPIRUTUALITY AT WORKPLACE | HR POLICIESUDC classification: 658.3 CHA/H
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. Employee Voice at Work
. Spirituality at Workplace
. Appropriateness of HR Policies
The economic transition to an open market economy that sprouted in India post liberalization, opened organizations to a plethora of internal and external competitors, thereby threatening their survival on a regular basis. In the light of this threat, the role of the human resource department has gradually shifted from being a 'record' function to a 'strategic' function. Evidence galore in research and practice, on the significant contributions strategically designed human resource(HR) practices make towards organizational innovation and in turn organizational performance. HR practices comprise of a unifying set of principles and techniques that attempt to amalgamate employees' commitment and involvement with that of the goals of the organization. In fact it has been argued by many researchers that employee work attitudes are in-fact a reciprocation of the HR practices in their organizations