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Hello..!! I wanted to know the barriers while planning for HR..Please help me out... Looking forward for a quick reply.. Thank U in advance :D

BARRIERS TO HR PLANNING.

*CEO'S PERCEPTION OF HUMAN RESOURCES IN THE OVERALL
CONTEXT OF BUSINESS.
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*CEO'S treat their businesses as portfolios of assets to be bought and sold in an effort to find the right competitive niche, and downsizing and outsourcing in a risky attempt to shrink or transact their way to profit.
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*CEO'S In attempts to minimize labor costs, they also do a myriad of other things that weaken or destroy their organizational
human resources
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*CEO'S TOO EMPHASIS ON SHARE MARKET PRICES AND NOT
THE ACTUAL PERFORMANCE RESULTS , WHICH DEMEANS THE HUMAN RESOURCES.
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*Lack of continual selective hiring / based on merits.
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*Lack of extensive training of human resources.
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*Lack of employees security.
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*Lack of sufficient of decentralization in the organization.
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*Compensation not linked to organization performance.
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*Lack of availability of quantity/ quality information in the organization.
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*LACK of investment in employees, with such likes of
[time/training/facilities/ careers/ etc etc ]
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*Lack of people involvement / commitment.
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*Lack of sufficient delegation in the organization -responsibilities/accountabilities.
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*Lack of innovations at the workplace.
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*Lack of contingent compensation.
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regards

LEO LINGHAM
thank u mr lingham..that was really helpful... wud you pls give som info on Agents of HR, Issues in HR and Strategy for HRD regards AARTI
Dear All,

I have been employed in a newly International University as a Human Resources Officer, This Institution has only 2 yrs of age, hence one of the problems I found in here is that "when we are making employment advert for various positions in our Institution, a very small number of applicants usually applied, not only that, also the citizens of the country does not apply at all", so what should I do so that to attract a large number of applicants? please I need HR society to help me in this, I will much appreciate.

Regards

Joseph

Please CHUM, I will much appreciate if you will contribute something



 
 
 
 





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