Analysis of HR Practices in the IT Sector (With Special Reference to Bangalore City)


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  • BMS College of Engineering, Bangalore, India
  • CMR Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India

Abstract

The world of Human Resources is changing quickly. Human Resource Development is increasingly driven by customer demands, technology, intense competition and employees needs. This means that organizations which fail to measure effectively the qualitative areas of their business and human resources will lose a competitive edge. HR today is a key contributor towards solving organizational issues and achieving relevant business outcomes. The market scenario after the recession has lead to radical changes in the IT industry. From time to time there is a need for the researchers to pause and reflect on the status of the HR practices. Best HR practices will help the organization in bringing about radical improvement rather than incremental ones. The current study is an attempt to study and analyse the HR practices in the IT sector. The study identified two sets of main variables, the traditional HR practices and the modern HR practices. Further each main variable had sub variables under them which were used for analysing the HR practices. A focused study was conducted to identify the best HR practices prevailing in the IT sector. Hence this paper has made an attempt to highlight the areas of HRM which need to be focused for a better organizational climate.

Keywords

HR Practices, IT Organizations.

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