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HR Practices in Hospitality Sector

AVAHAN: A Journal on Hospitality and Tourism

Volume 3 Issue 1

Published: 2015
Author(s) Name: Himani Sharma, Shweta Dwivedi, Apurv Joshi | Author(s) Affiliation: Amrapali Institute of Hotel Management
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The hospitality sector has been the fastest growing one in the recent times. It has been promoted by the governments of many developing countries because it offers the potential of creating new job opportunities, generating revenues for the government and increasing the living standards of the people. Tourism has emerged out to be one of the most glowing sectors in the hospitality industry. Also the hotel industry has been providing a major platform to the people to earn a good living. A major youth population today is inclined towards making their career in the hospitality sector. This is indeed benefiting the hospitality industry in terms of huge work force. These human resources are an asset to the hospitality sector and so to nurture & retain them a great deal of policies is required. The Human resource practices have been followed in different industries but some modifications are still needed to make them more effective and to increase the level of employee satisfaction in the hospitality sector. The need of hospitality sector for people and people for hospitality sector will be more difficult to satisfy in the todays competitive business environment. Organizations competitive advantage could be generated from human resources (HR) and organization performance is influenced by a set of effective HRM practices.

Keywords: HRM (Human Resource Management), HR Strategy, Services, Tourism, Hospitality Sector

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