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Industrial relations and human resources in India

By: Sodhi, J. S.
Publisher: New Delhi B.R. Publishing Corporation 1996Description: 111 p.ISBN: 9784313101006.Subject(s): Industrial relations - India | Human resources - IndiaDDC classification: 331 Summary: Human resource development plays a pivotal role in the turnaround strategy and the sustained growth of the company. The importance of HRD has grow all the more in India in the New Economic Environment. This book is the outcome of the phase - I study of ' Industrial Relations (IR) and Human Resources (HR) in India.' Part A of the book deals with the macro profile of economic policies and their impact on Industrial relations and Human resource policies. Part B analyses the changes which have been taken place in some of the IR and HR policies and practices in Industrial companies and are based on a Mail Survey. Part C presents the conclusions and implications for policy purposes. The book has relevance fore the macro policy planners as well as the managements of industrial relations and human resource management would get insights into the changes which are occurring as a result of the Structural Adjustment Programme of the Government of India.
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Human resource development plays a pivotal role in the turnaround strategy and the sustained growth of the company. The importance of HRD has grow all the more in India in the New Economic Environment. This book is the outcome of the phase - I study of ' Industrial Relations (IR) and Human Resources (HR) in India.' Part A of the book deals with the macro profile of economic policies and their impact on Industrial relations and Human resource policies. Part B analyses the changes which have been taken place in some of the IR and HR policies and practices in Industrial companies and are based on a Mail Survey. Part C presents the conclusions and implications for policy purposes. The book has relevance fore the macro policy planners as well as the managements of industrial relations and human resource management would get insights into the changes which are occurring as a result of the Structural Adjustment Programme of the Government of India.

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