The effectiveness of HRM policies and practices
GSM companies need strategic HRM in order to engage and allow employees to adhere to policies and practices. HRM though regarding policies and practices revolve around recruitment, selection, job placement, the environment of work, performance, productivity and satisfaction issues. GSM companies must emphasize the cordial relationship between employer and employees. The organizational policy spells out the ethics code of conduct, the dos, don’ts and constitution of the GSM companies. This policy guideline determines employees’ practices in terms of behavior, job placement, actions, and job execution. Cooperation between firm and employees is determined by the amount of respect both have for each other. HRM policy emphasizes that employees must keep to prescribed rules and regulations while the employer (GSM Companies) must satisfy their own end of the bargain by paying salaries promptly, making the job environment conducive, emphasizing on training and development of her staff. The result of this union between employees and employer brings about the achievement of organizational goals and objectives such as growth, productivity, performance, profit, etc.
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