Recruitment and Training Practices: A Comparative Perspective by Sathya Laxmi P.
Employees are always seen as the most valuable resource in every organisation, and the HRM Department’s primary role is people management. The human resource management (HRM) team’s notable task is to continuously expand the organization’s human capital pool by compiling data about skilled and qualified people who may be interested in working effectively and being placed in the right place for the business while, training and development are critical components for the functional utilisation of human resources, which serve as a tool for organisational success in the face of cutthroat competition in the corporate world, with rapid technological changes deskilling employees, there is concern about how public and private sector organisations will be able to meet the market’s ever-increasing demands. Hence there is a need for a study on “Recruitment and Training Practices: A Comparative Perspective”. The book provides a description of recruitment and training practices in public and private sector organizations and gives a glimpse of comparative perspectives on techniques adopted by organizations. The book is an outcome of the author’s dedication to academic pursuit. All of the book chapters are thoroughly explained using various statistical models.
Dr. Sathya Sai Laxmi P. (b.1987), is a faculty in the Department of Public Administration at University Post Graduate College, Osmania University, Hyderabad. She received a Ph.D. in Public Administration, Osmania University and qualified for UGC-NET in Public Administration. She graduated from Government Degree College for Women, Begumpet, Hyderabad, and holds a Master’s in Public Administration and a Master’s in Education from Osmania University. Her research interests are in human resource management, e-governance, and public policy. She has written for the Indian Journal of Public Administration (SAGE Publication), UGC CARE, Group-I Journal, Nagar Lok, and online journals like International Journal of Research and Analytical Reviews (IJRAR), Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research (JETIR) , and others. She has 22 articles to her credit. Administrative theory, e-Governance, Globalization, and Governance are some of the subjects she enjoys teaching.
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