Exploring Selective Human Resource Practices: Evidence from a Garment Factory of Bangladesh
Haque, Mohammad Nobiul
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The garment industry of Bangladesh has been the key revenue generating sector for the last couple of years. At present, the country generated about $28.4 billion worth of products in the fiscal year 2017 by exporting garments product. The Human Resource Department of the Garment is the most crucial department which works with the daily manpower and the resources. A major challenge for human resource personnel has been establishing clear and definitive employee behavior with the organization strategy. The objective of the study is to assess the human resource management practice of the “Cutting Edge Industries Limited” in terms of recruitment & selection process, training facilities, and performance appraisal. The result of this research study is based on the responses collected from interviews with one HR manager, survey responses from two management trainee of HR department and two workers of the factory. The study will give a clear idea about how well HR practices are maintained and implemented in “Cutting Edge Industries Limited” along with its gaps and some recommendations.
- Papers of URS 2017