Role of Employee Vs Organisation - Indian culture of employees - CiteHR
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Employee need monthly salary, yearly increment, promotion at-least once in 3 years and has to work till retirement.
Organisation needs to provide safety, reaching production targets, improving quality , marketing and costing .
Employee working capabilities should benefit for the organisation.
Organisation has to ensure to employees better performance by giving rewards.
If above need analysis of employees and organisation not suits, then HR department is to recruit and shall give relieving letters.
Alas Indian culture of employees.

I don't agree with you. HR is a bridge between the employee & employer. For the role you mentioned a SSC qualified / failed who is having bit general knowledge is sufficient.
The challenge is to balance both ends ie., taking care of the interests of the organization and the employee is the role of HR. If sufficient profits are not there the management may not be able to provide facilities to the employee hence the HR need to specifically work on enhancing the productivity thus increasing the bottom line (Profits), taking care of employee's requirements are the challenges.
You might have seen very few orgnaizations & concluding. There are organizations extend the Stock options, foreign assignments, multiple roles, memberships, higher education facilities, home appliances, furnishings, vehicles etc., host of benefits subject to their extraordinary performance.
Now a days HR is integrated in to the Business & few of the HR heads are taken charge as CEO / MD etc.,
Thanks and regards
kameswararao

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