The Changing Face of People Management in India

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2009-01-12
  • Publisher: Routledge

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The first comprehensive survey of management issues in India and containing extensive examples from real-life practices and featuring firms from the manufacturing and upcoming service sectors, this book provides readers with coverage of all the major progressive HRM practices in India.

Table of Contents

The Indian Context
Introduction to HRM in India
Historical Developments in Indian HRM
Thematic Issues
Employee Relations and Labour Laws
Strategic HRM
Sector -Specific HRM
HRM in the Indian Public and Private Sectors
HRM in MNCs Operating in India
HRM in Business Process Outsourcing Firms Operating in India
HRM in Public Private Partnership: NDPL Case
Emerging Practices
The Changing Psychological Contract of BPO Employees
Talent Management: Macro and Micro Issues in Public and Private Sector
HRIS and the IT Impact
HR and Six Sigma in India Based MNCs
Commitment Based HR
The Future Landscape
Challenges Facing Indian HRM and the Way Forward
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