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An Evaluation of Human Resource Policies of Moser Baer India Limited


  • Dr. Arvind Kumar Yadav

    () (HOD in Faculty of Commerce, K. M. Mayawati Govt. Girls (PG) College, Badalpur, G. B. Nagar, (U.P.) India)


Indian economy has been in the picture of a major restructuring on its way to globalization. Increased economic activity is posing major challenges and also at the same time, it is offering numerous opportunities. Human resource development (HRD) is a subject of great relevance in a developing and most populous country like India. Of all the resources, the “Human Resources†is the most crucial and difficult to tackle and without these resources, the development of physical/financial/technical resources of the country is not possible. The problems of Human ResourcePolicies in Moser Baer India Limited at present is also psychological - both the parties mistrusting each other. If the employers begin to treat the workers as equal partners with themselves in production and do not keep the same attitude of aloofness as they do at present, much discontentment among the workers would be removed leading to industrial peace in the country. Too many Labour Laws and much Government interference cannot solve the problem under a democratic set up, rather may irritate the parties. A strong trade union movement, schemes of workers’ co-operation and participation in management, atmosphere of trust and respect on both sides, and implementation of a policy of human relations in industry, will go a long way in the establishment of industrial peace in the country. If India is to achieve world-class productivity levels, labor administration and judicial system has to be made accountable and effectively responsive and efficient. Companies need to focus on creating a positive work culture that optimize respect of rules, dignity and esteem of employees, quality of life and above all accountability and commitment to productivity, quality and cost effectiveness. In this research paper we studied the various human resourse policies of Moser Baer India Limited.

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  • Dr. Arvind Kumar Yadav, 2015. "An Evaluation of Human Resource Policies of Moser Baer India Limited," Journal of Commerce and Trade, Society for Advanced Management Studies, vol. 10(2), pages 22-27, October.
  • Handle: RePEc:jct:journl:v:10:y:2015:i:2:p:22-27

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    HRD; Globalisation; Human Resource Policies; Absenteeism.;

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    • A0 - General Economics and Teaching - - General
    • C0 - Mathematical and Quantitative Methods - - General


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