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Contemporary Feasibility Of Human Resource Management

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In my essay I stated that the "HRM therefore must change their operation and carry out daily training of the employees and even evaluate them on daily basis". In a fast moving ever changing business world that most organizations operate in today, is this really feasible?

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Feasibility of Today's Operations in Fast Moving Business World

The business environment is changing at great pace that can create difficulties for the companies to sustain their business growth for longer period. In context of this, companies need to focus on their intellectual asset by providing better training facilities and development opportunities to improve employees' skills and knowledge to enable them to face future business challenges effectively (Paul & Garg, 2014). Regarding to this, it can be feasible to change HRM operation and carry out daily training of the employees and evaluate them on daily basis at small extant due to availability of advanced technologies. Various technologies such as HR software, biometric systems, psychological tests, etc. are available that can allow HRM to successfully determine training needs and assess the performance of the employees on daily basis (Marler & Fisher, 2013).

But at the same time, it can be problematic for the firms to change HRM operation on daily basis. It is because a daily basis evaluation can adversely affect the motivation level of the employees and reduce their productivity level. Sometimes, employees take the daily basis evaluation as destructive and disrespecting criticism instead of performance improvement and behavioral ...

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In the present business environment which is characterized by rapid changes; HRM of the company also needs to adapt. In this context, this response provides guidelines and references for evaluating whether it is feasible for HRM to change their operation and carry out daily training of the employees and even evaluate them on daily basis.

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