POLICY ANALYSIS OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT: A CASE STUDY OF TEXTILE INDUSTRY IN SOUTHERN PUNJAB

Abstract

Human resource has been realized and validated asset of organization’s survival, growth and excellence. In the modern era, which is considered as the age of human resources, organizations equipped with technology, automation and state of art infra-structures, find themselves helpless and shallow without high value human resource. The globalization is creating significant face up to “Textile Sector” in addition to other businesses in the world. The of HRM is to build up attentive involvement of people in dealings. The stepping up of HR is an effort by rising ethics and maturity in the developing countries. HRM has undergone weirdly odd changes thus making consistent changes imperative in upbringing of HRM in the organizations. This move encompasses mixed collection of labor force, hi-tech growth and globalization which is likely to bring revolution in the temperament of workers. So, there is need to go for momentous work while choosing, recruiting and to train the right people at the right time and at the right places for achievement of organizational goals. HRM not only facilitates but also helps a great deal to take lead over its competitors in the modern era. HRD is the route to boost acquaintance and handiness in a society. Pakistan’s socio-cultural compactness is not a gloomy barrier but mainly unproductive administration showing least concern for others. Unluckily, in Pakistan’s Textile Sector, there are not too many organizations that employ HR appropriately. Pakistan has been facing through great populace rate, low literacy and deprived proficiency in know-how, which has resulted in definite unevenness in the HRD. In Pakistan’s textile a suitable achievement of HR is mandatory to compete globally, to attain state-run objectives and to face inter-continental challenges.

Keywords: Human Resource Development, Policy Analysis, Southern Punjab, Textile Industry


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