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Hi Friends, Kindly suggest me some of the latest Trends in HR. :arrow:
hiee,I am rupali doing MA PMIr from TISS...m working on same proj...can you help me to find the latest trends
HR has to play a vital role in todays competitive age. Company's who are employee focus are able to retain the staff.
Involvement of employees in decisions, asking for their views, suggestions, keeping a continuous and close touch with them are kept on priority by many multinationals.
Appreciation and recognisation for thier outstanding contirbution boots the morale of the employee.
There are many more things aprat from this
Guys, please give your suggestions

As per my knowledge the current trends in HR are Six Sigma, KAizen, TQM,TPM,Change management. If you guys want to know about this please post me we can exchange our sugfgestions.
Hi Tamil, I have seen ur mail reg the trends in HR..... In that mail u have mentioned the six sigma...... can u tell me more details abt six sigma......
hi brindha..i saw ur post for more details abt six sigma.

Six Sigma uses statistical techniques to improve processes in both manufacturing and service industries. there is an important role for Human Resources (HR) in this sophisticated process improvement approach.HR professionals with the right skills can contribute to a Six Sigma initiative at both strategic and tactical levels.

The term "Six Sigma" is widely used to refer to all of the following:
  • A structured method for improving business processes. This method, called DMAIC (define, measure, analyze, improve, and control), is supported by an assortment of statistical tools.
  • A statistical measurement of how well a business process is performing. A process that performs at "Six Sigma" produces only 3.4 defects out of every million opportunities to produce a defect. Processes that perform at lower sigma levels (such as one sigma or four sigma) produce more defects per million opportunities. It is possible for a process to perform at an even higher level (and thus have even fewer defects), but Six Sigma has become popular as the standard for excellent process performance.
  • An organizational mindset in which people make decisions based on data, look for root causes of problems, define defects based on customer rather than internal requirements, seek to control variation, track leading indicators of problems to prevent them from happening, etc.
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hope this will give u a useful insight into six sigma & HR.

hi! m preparing for tiss.....can any1 tell me as 2 wat basic books i shd read on hr apart 4m our human capital so dat i get a good hang of hr terms and terminoogies 4 the purpose f written exam and the intvw!!???pleeez help if ny1 can
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