The HR policy and procedures are obscure for the Owners, which can cause the feeling of role conflict, and role ambiguity which owners have. Desire is the biggest barrier according to the HR managers. They link all barriers to the desire factor. They argue that when the owners do not have the willingness to perform their HR responsibilities, they do not want to spend time on it, they do not want to develop their HR skills, they will not ask for support and they do not want to spend time on getting into the HR policy and procedures. To resolve the difficulty, organizations should improve the communication between the HR department and the employees and create a shared awareness and understanding about the importance of the HR role. Secondly Add a HR goal to the yearly goal setting of the Owners. Classification of the HR department in many of SSI units is must so that the problems aroused will be addressed. Organizing of HR related training courses is essential than only trade training.
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Ravindra Uttamrao Kanthe, Rajesh Uttamrao Kanthe. A Critical Study on HR Practices in Miraj Industrial Area. Asian J. Management 3(2): April-June, 2012 page 94-98.
Ravindra Uttamrao Kanthe, Rajesh Uttamrao Kanthe. A Critical Study on HR Practices in Miraj Industrial Area. Asian J. Management 3(2): April-June, 2012 page 94-98. Available on: https://ajmjournal.com/AbstractView.aspx?PID=2012-3-2-8