Rajat Joshi
Hr Consulting ,trainer -creative Thinking
Labour Economist

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Dear all,
Could you share some information/websites/case studies (can be in case of particular country) on Human Resource Management/Development in the transitional economy? Problems/facing difficulties, reasons of the problems, progress and any ideas to overcome these difficulties..ets.,

From Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar
Hi Enke,

The problems/ issues faced in Transitional economy from HR perspectives are:

1. Identifying new skills sets and training

2. Dealing with old economy bred staff who are generally not keen to make a change or learn new things. Its a serious issues for HR and they need to have a sensitivity.

3. PMS - Changing trends and systems

4. Dealing with labour Unions who are resistant to changes as they have their own political agendas or for their own survival.

5. Managing teams comprising of new staff & old staff .

6. Salaries issues.

7. Organizational culture to be in sync with changing times.

For more details you can refer the following sites.


www.ingentaconnect.com/content/ pal/jibs/2003/00000034/00000003/art00003

Incase if you have a specific question in managing HR in transistional phase - i would be more than happy to help you.




www.ingentaconnect.com/content/ pal/jibs/2003/00000034/00000003/art00003

From India, Pune
Hi Rajat,
I appreciate your willingness to help me. I would be more than happy if you have case studies or more information on facing difficulties/problems, their reasons or recommendations/solutions to overcome these difficulties.
With best regards,

From Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar
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