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i wanted to know what are the new concepts going in HR concepts whcih are being practised in for example competency mapping etc...what are the other latest concepts being followed in companies...kindly giv ur views ...
25th November 2007 From India, Mumbai
18 ppl veiiwing bt not a single reply...plsss post ur replies with whatever new concept u know is being practised latest in the organisations...dis ll help update the knowledge of organisational practices
29th November 2007 From India, Mumbai
hiii all...
plss reply....i need to know current trends in hr..because most of the times wen i face any interview i m asked dis its very necessary for me to get the new trends in plss reply....
2nd December 2007 From India, Mumbai
Hi ,

i beleive this will give u a brief idea.... go through it...


Human resource management is a process of bringing people and organizations together so that the goals of each other are met. The role of HR manager is shifting from that of a protector and screener to the role of a planner and change agent. Personnel directors are the new corporate heroes. The name of the game today in business is personnel . Nowadays it is not possible to show a good financial or operating report unless your personnel relations are in order.

Over the years, highly skilled and knowledge based jobs are increasing while low skilled jobs are decreasing. This calls for future skill mapping through proper HRM initiatives.

Indian organizations are also witnessing a change in systems, management cultures and philosophy due to the global alignment of Indian organizations. There is a need for multi skill development. Role of HRM is becoming all the more important.

Some of the recent trends that are being observed are as follows:

The recent quality management standards ISO 9001 and ISO 9004 of 2000 focus more on people centric organizations. Organizations now need to prepare themselves in order to address people centered issues with commitment from the top management, with renewed thrust on HR issues, more particularly on training.

Charles Handy also advocated future organizational models like Shamrock, Federal and Triple I. Such organizational models also refocus on people centric issues and call for redefining the future role of HR professionals.

To leapfrog ahead of competition in this world of uncertainty, organizations have introduced six- sigma practices. Six- sigma uses rigorous analytical tools with leadership from the top and develops a method for sustainable improvement. These practices improve organizational values and helps in creating defect free product or services at minimum cost.

Human resource outsourcing is a new accession that makes a traditional HR department redundant in an organization. Exult, the international pioneer in HR BPO already roped in Bank of America, international players BP Amoco & over the years plan to spread their business to most of the Fortune 500 companies.

With the increase of global job mobility, recruiting competent people is also increasingly becoming difficult, especially in India. Therefore by creating an enabling culture, organizations are also required to work out a retention strategy for the existing skilled manpower.


International HRM places greater emphasis on a number of responsibilities and functions such as relocation, orientation and translation services to help employees adapt to a new and different environment outside their own country.

Selection of employees requires careful evaluation of the personal characteristics of the candidate and his/her spouse.

Training and development extends beyond information and orientation training to include sensitivity training and field experiences that will enable the manager to understand cultural differences better. Managers need to be protected from career development risks, re-entry problems and culture shock.

To balance the pros and cons of home country and host country evaluations, performance evaluations should combine the two sources of appraisal information.

Compensation systems should support the overall strategic intent of the organization but should be customized for local conditions.

In many European countries - Germany for one, law establishes representation. Organizations typically negotiate the agreement with the unions at a national level. In Europe it is more likely for salaried employees and managers to be unionized.

HR Managers should do the following things to ensure success-

Use workforce skills and abilities in order to exploit environmental opportunities and neutralize threats.

Employ innovative reward plans that recognize employee contributions and grant enhancements.

Indulge in continuous quality improvement through TQM and HR contributions like training, development, counseling, etc

Utilize people with distinctive capabilities to create unsurpassed competence in an area, e.g. Xerox in photocopiers, 3M in adhesives, Telco in trucks etc.

Decentralize operations and rely on self-managed teams to deliver goods in difficult times e.g. Motorola is famous for short product development cycles. It has quickly commercialized ideas from its research labs.

Lay off workers in a smooth way explaining facts to unions, workers and other affected groups e.g. IBM , Kodak, Xerox, etc.

HR Managers today are focusing attention on the following-

a) Policies- HR policies based on trust, openness, equity and consensus.

b) Motivation- Create conditions in which people are willing to work with zeal, initiative and enthusiasm; make people feel like winners.

c) Relations- Fair treatment of people and prompt redress of grievances would pave the way for healthy work-place relations.

d) Change agent- Prepare workers to accept technological changes by clarifying doubts.

e) Quality Consciousness- Commitment to quality in all aspects of personnel administration will ensure success.

Due to the new trends in HR, in a nutshell the HR manager should treat people as resources, reward them equitably, and integrate their aspirations with corporate goals through suitable HR policies.

1st February 2008 From India, Chandigarh
A couple of concepts that i have come across in HR are (specially in India):
a) Outplacement - Helping a laid off employee getting another job with the help of a consultancy
b) Recruitment Process Outsourcing(RPO) - Like all other outsourcing, RPO covers everything from selecting a candidate to the exit of that employee.
Shweta :icon1:
6th March 2009 From India, Pune
HR is concept selling field in India rather than doing something scientifically.
I have read most of 180 degree, 720 degreee, 540 degree kind of performance appraiseal systems which never exist in the books of Western Management Even Howard School but Indians are practicing this I don't where they invented this rediculeus ideas....
Funnny HR
17th March 2009 From Saudi Arabia
kindly look at these sites.
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17th March 2009 From India, Kochi
Dear Friends,


All HR concept's in India is nothing but story telling, myth spreading and confusing HR fraternity is become modern management art to project as New Invention.....

This is all what we witnessed in last two decades in India. Most of concepts doesnot yeild any quantitative or tangible results to statistically prove that this financial or business results are achieved due to certain HR concept practices. Moreover BSC and HR Scorecard kind of models being not at all HR tools but its Business Intellegence Softwere driven tools to monitor the overall business progress and direction as dashboard concepts which was hijacked as HR domain where HR has no connection to BSC its because it only serves the Corporate agenda.

What is mean by HR concept is Concepts which are addressing issues of HR to improve the business results and this 90% clerical nature of HR Metricx, Competency Mapping, MBTI, Psychometric Test kind of time wasting elements become HR liability and altimately HR become business liability.

Mutlaq Abraham
17th March 2009 From Saudi Arabia
Hi, Suniti I read Your posted comment of New Trend in HR. I gave brief ideas. Regads, Shila
17th March 2009 From India, Ahmadabad
Oh!! My dear Rashid!! It is very hard to believe that 720 and 540 Degree Performance Appraisal is also there!! Will you please let me know how it is possible and from where you had that information!!

Serious HR

Pankaj Chandan

17th March 2009 From India, New delhi
Hi Pankaj,
If you read all current citehr posts on talk to seniors somewhere you will find mention of this 540 degree on citehr itself.
And 720 degree also i read in one of the citehr post. I am surprised with this terms..

17th March 2009 From Saudi Arabia
hiii there r no’s of new concepts being practised in an org.If u hv smthing specific topic then u could get a better answer.
8th February 2010 From India, Mumbai
hiii there r no’s of new concepts being practised in an org.If u hv smthing specific topic then u could get a better answer.
8th February 2010 From India, Mumbai
Now a days big company is working on new concept like :
Shared Service :It is applicable to big company operating from different location and in with large resources. Its basically cutting down our cost of process.
Business Transformation :
The Six Big "B" : buy, bound, build, borrow, built, bounce
22nd February 2010 From India, Mumbai
creativity is today’s mantra ...............! u can come up with thousands of new ideas ..... just look for opportunity.. cheers
3rd May 2010 From India, Delhi
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