Human Resource Management Practices in Bangladeshi Organizations: A Case Study on Bangladesh Centre for Communication Program
Author: Khan Atiqur Rahman (firstname.lastname@example.org) Masters in Bank Management (MBM) Bangladesh Institute of Bank Management (BIBM) Website: www.bibm-bd.org Abstract
Human Resource Management is a modern version of personnel management. It is concerned with the “ people” dimension in management. Since every organizati on is made up of people, acquiring their services, developing their skills, motivating them to high levels of performance, and ensuring that they continue to maintain their commitment to the organizations are essential to achieving organizational objectives. This paper aim at explaining the HRM practices of Bangladesh Centre For Communication Program.
Dimension, Performance, Management, HRM, PM, Workshop, Strategy, Bangladesh.
The Bangladesh Centre For Communication Program (BCCP), Since evolving out of the Johns Hopking University/ Centre For Communication Program (JHU/ CCP) into an independent, self- sustaining organization has consistently striven to develop innovative strategic communication programs, revitalize its existing programs, and play a significant role in imparting training to thousands of workers in Behavior Change Communication (BCC) in the field of health and family planning. Its efforts are directed towards improving family and reproductive health and alleviating poverty in this country by reaching the vast urban and rural masses and enabling them to adopt positive and beneficial health behavior changes through informed choices. New...
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