Human Resource Management Practices at Work in Third World Countries:
Human resource management is a component of every manager’s job tasks. These responsibilities include placing the right people in the right time and at the right task. The employees then have to be polished through orienting, training and compensating to improve his or her job performance. The paper will discover the Human Resource Management Practices at work and will put forth some recommendations that I have found lacking during visit to the plant. KAPCO is one of the well known organizations of Pakistan. It was established in 1984 by the collaboration of International and National efforts. Company has a well organized working structure. It has an unbiased recruitment and selection process. The policies and procedures are made with mutual consent of Top, Middle and Lower level management. Employees’ personal records are maintained very well, with each employee having his/her own KAPCO’s identity cards, medical cards etc for recognition. Unionization is very strong at KAPCO with two unions running side by side for employees’ rights. For severe type of misconduct inquiries are held and penalties are charged accordingly. Employees are provided with accommodation facilities. Transport, Medical, Education, Messing, Banking, Shopping complex facilities are provided within the premises of KAPCO. Keywords: Human Resource Management; Corporate Social Responsibility
Human Resource Management; Corporate Social Responsibility
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