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A Review of the Literature on Employees Working Conditions and Organisational Commitment: HRM Policies in Public Sector Enterprises, India

Journal of Rural and Industrial Development

Volume 9 Issue 2

Published: 2021
Author(s) Name: Rakesh Kumar Garg, Deepak Kumar Aggarwal | Author(s) Affiliation: Dept. of Applied Science and Humanities, I.T.S Engg. College, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India.
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The success of any enterprise will depend on two major factors: one is the environment of working and another is commitment, through which reliability and creditability increase among the various stakeholders. In India, most of the enterprises in public sector are suffering from heavy losses, continuously, and disinvesting is taking the place speedily. The main focus of this paper is concentrated on power sector, as the next era is related to digitalization, the challenges will also increase and these may also be converted into opportunities by implementing proper policies and practices. The parameter of human resources has also been changed in this changing environment, the researcher tried to cover maximum parameters applicable in public sector enterprises, leveraging HRM policies and critically analyse their impact on working environment and commitment. Further, this study includes the applicability of HRM policies with theoretical and in practice methods. This paper will also describe the various problems facing by the enterprise in public sectors in India and their remedies with respect to the current scenario of global market at competitive age, and providing facts and details to examine how HRM Policies has affected and is affecting the growth and market share of the business.

Keywords: HRM Policies, Organisational Growth, Working Environment, Commitment

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