The title of this research will be "study the role of human resource management to enhance the productivity of organization"
Human Resource Management (HRM) includes the process of managing employees at work to achieve organizational goals and objectives. These goals are achieved by strategic operations with the use of cultural, structural and personal techniques (Schuler and Jackson, 2007). With the change in environment and introduction of globalization, it has become important for the organizations to enhance employees’ productivity at work place. So, it will help to boost employees as well as organizational growth.
In relation to this research, following will be the research question:
"How HRM is influencing employees to enhance productivity at work and in what ways?"
In relation to this case, following are the objective of this research:
To see the relationship between HRM and employees productivity.
To explore different elements of HRM responsible to enhance employees’ productivity.
To evaluate the way of influence people for more productivity at work place.
To identify the role of HRM in the growth of employees as well as organization.
According to Birdi, Wall and Wood (2008) HRM is a practice that enhances employees’ knowledge, skill, attitude and behavior. This enhancement helps to increase company performance. There are many ways for that such as motivate or train employees to work harder and more flexibly, encouraging the use of initiative, reducing the cost of supervision and other direct costs. As well as providing the opportunity for individuals to develop and use new knowledge and skill at work (Birdi, Wall and Wood, 2008). So, the human resource management plays a major part to increase productivity of organization.
On other hand Dysvik and Kuvaas (2008) argued about influencing employees about productivity. They said
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