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Strategic HRM Practices to Deal with Gender Diversity Problems in Organizations

Journal of Strategic Human Resource Management

Volume 8 Issue 3

Published: 2019
Author(s) Name: Anuj Kumar, Nishu Ayedee | Author(s) Affiliation: Assistant Professor, Bharati Vidyapeeth Institute of Management and Research, New Delhi, India.
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Purpose: The pace of globalization is affecting each and every aspect of business. In this era of economic globalization, it is hard for the business managers to tackle the global workforce. Everyday human resource managers are facing new issues. The issues are related to gender diversity, developing global leaders, recruitment and training and equal work opportunity for all. This research paper will discuss two key issues faced by human resource managers. These issues are racism case at Banana Republic and glass-ceiling problem faced by women employees. The researchers will try to address the issues based on SHRM practices. Strategic HRM can be guiding forcing in handling the global issues of human resource management. Design/Methodology: A mix of descriptive and diagnostic research design has been followed in this paper. Case based methodology of descriptive research has been used to collect the data. Objective: How strategic management practices can provide a solution to gender diversity problems in the organizations? Findings: In comparison to traditional human resource management practices, strategic human resource management practices are more fruitful in dealing with gender diversity problems. The problem implementation of strategic human resource management practices can provide competitive advantage to organization by reducing the gender diversity problems.

Keywords: SHRM, Globalization, Diversity, Glass-Ceiling, Banana Republic

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