Practical Orientation of Human Resources Management: Structure and Guidelines

Md. Monirul Islam

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Abstract

Human resource is one of the most important and powerful elements of an organization. An organization is nothing without human resources. If any organization wants to achieve its goals it needs inputs of financial resources (money, credit), physical resources (buildings and equipments), and human resources (people). The purpose of the study was to find out the effective Structure of Human Resource department, and draw the practical guidelines of overall recruitment process and retaining strategy. The study is qualitative in nature. In-depth interview of the different Human resources department’s personnel, various official documents and brochures were used as instruments to collect information, several group discussions arranged with the concern officials of the different wings of human resources department of different organizations in Bangladesh.


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Human Resource Department (HRD), HRM, Recruitment, Training, Promotion

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