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Global Journal of Finance and Management.
ISSN 0975-6477 Volume 6, Number 9 (2014), pp. 977-982
? Research India Publications

The Role of Human Resources in the Age of Globalization
Dr. Abhijaat Sahu1 and Ambar Sharma2
1Assistant Prof. Laxmi Bai Sahu Ji Institute of Management, Jabalpur, MP
2Placement Coordinator MBA, Shri Ram Institute of Technology Jabalpur MP.
E-mail: 1abhijaatsahu@, 2sharmaambar@
Abstract
Globalization, the mobility of social, political and economic value and
reduce the time and place, new interpretations of politics, economy,
culture, government, sovereignty and security can be achieved. This
phenomenon, along with the challenges and can cause massive changes
in the field of management issues in organizations.
Keywords: Human Resources, Age of Globalization.
1. Introduction
Globalization and multi-dimensional phenomenon of globalization and the process is
challenging their efforts. The main challenge of globalization, breaking the mold.
Monopolies and the emergence of a discrete space is fierce competition in the world.
Monopolies and the emergence of a discrete space is fierce competition in the world.
Think global and act global forces organizations in the world Daneshgar, Challenges
and opportunities for human resources, provides that the purpose of this paper is to
address these challenges.
Changing Role of HR: Due to changes in the business world, the human resources
department should be changed. The human resources office or perhaps a little beyond
the requirement of this category was considered. In the past 20 years, the importance
of flexible work force, well- motivated and highly skilled has been revealed. Ulrich's
successful corporate human resources department has provided four ways: Senior and
line managers were planning to transfer to the scope of their cooperation. To advocate
for increased contributions toward employees while employees become, particularly
the commitment and their ability to create results. Human resource managers should
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be involved in managing change processes and improve organizational capacity for
change and reform to play.
They need to review and reshaping of human resources in collaboration with the
operational managers and are committed to its consequences. It is essential to human
resource managers are also part of this agreement. [1-5].
1.1 Organizational Challenges in the Globalization Process
In recent decades, developments have taken place in the world and is being continued
and completed. These changes, changing industry environment, organizations are
facing new challenges to survival and growth. Which include?
Challenges the paradigm shift in Newtonian physics, the science associated with
certainty, it is available. Because, in the scientific phenomenon known and clear.
Thinking and the next line, can be controlled. With the advent of quantum science, it is
not possible to predict with complete confidence. Chaos is part of the environment.
New methods and forms of understanding, designing, conducting and managing their
organizations have changed. In the new paradigm, the world is nonlinear, dynamic
complexity is considered to be some order and chaos. The organizations that make up
the manufacturing process, operational research and planning services to create a
dynamic and nonlinear [6-10].
Expansion of the challenges of the market: the large, sell their goods around the
world. Some of them outside of their country have more income. Globalization of
economic and social forces, values and opportunities will converge.
The challenges of changing technology: the orientation towards the development of
artificial intelligence, expert systems, robots, long-range connections, calls transfer and
biotechnology and information technology. This orientation has created challenges for
organizations including: changing the nature of managerial work, remove the control
and inspection, enforcement and compliance staff and reduce reliance on agency staff
with technology changes.
Environmental and ecological pressures: increased environmental pollution and
human life is endangered.
The challenges of knowledge age: current knowledge age to take over, the new
economy is the knowledge of the trade. Investment by providing the knowledge,
personal power base and organizational form. Information, every three or four years
will be doubled. Thinking as valuable assets of organizations will be considered.
Organizations are increasingly knowledge, innovation, management skills, information
about customers and suppliers are dependent. This knowledge determines the
competitive situation in the market.[11-16]
The challenges of changing work environment in the contemporary era, four major
forces that have been effective in changing work environment, including:
Information technology and intelligence agencies,
Structure and organization,
Total quality management movement,
The Role of Human Resources in the Age of Globalization 979
Diversity and flexibility of labor mobility.
In the future, organizations culturally, age, gender and ability to face with a large
variety of the work force. The next challenge for organizations is how to use these
differences as assets. In addition to the above, other challenges facing organizations
and managers in the future will thus be:
Workforce Development: Many organizations, labor organizations and other
temporary work are unemployed. This increases the flexibility of these organizations
and the staff are using the knowledge accumulated.
Changes in Customer Expectations: Currently, the variety and quality of goods and
services needed by customers has increased and customers want the best conditions.
Cost,
Quality,
Time;
Ancillary services;
Innovation;
To order.
Changing expectations of employees: workers seeking new skills, new roles and
expectations of new jobs and organizations need to think of it. These new skills include
problem identification skills, problem solving and communication between providers
and to identify the participants. Newer roles: Peter Ducker says: The combination of
the workforce in the future of physical labor to knowledge work force is changed.
Workforce at all levels of skill and knowledge needs. The labor force is gradually
raised as the most critical human capital.
Their flexibility, accountability and responsibility need. They work with the
managers that make them powerful, according to them and they get to peak.
Organizations need to create a structure in which knowledge workers can use their
knowledge to work. Possibility of dialogue between workers and provide their contact
with other workers. The interaction between knowledge workers to improve the ideas
and forces leads to more growth Human resources challenges in the global arena:
Change in Career: In recent years, career development and transition from
manufacturing to professional services has been made. The main reason for the change
of phenomena, such as: Internet, computer and information systems have been. This
transformation is due to the higher level of automation in factories and workshops, has
created a challenge in the field of human resource management. Market competition:
Another problem is the increasing global competition.
Part-time) equivalent to 20 per cent employee contribution form. Permanent
experts, as they only needed to use up time and increase your productivity and reduce
their costs.
980 Dr. Abhijaat Sahu & Ambar Sharma
Hence today's organizations can be of great age (about 20 years of age to 65 years).
The age difference creates a heterogeneous environment with different norms and
behaviors are organized.
Reorganization of the organization in today's world to keep their competitive
capabilities enables organizations to constantly reorganize their organization. It is
organized in the form of measures such as:
The elimination of management layers,
Reduction strategy,
Integration with other organizations;
Outsourcing of activities. These changes often reduce or increase the number
and diversity of the workforce; human resource management will cause
problems.
2. Conclusion
Diversify and improve the quality of the service. With the arrival of the industrial
world, organizations have sought to attract the skilled, creative and innovative forces in
the uptake and better use of them will be concentrated. Said
Identify the external realities of business and human resource activities to meet
the real needs,
Change the administrative role and move towards becoming a professional
human resource management,
To increase customer share of the benefits of linking customers with employee
benefits,
To help line managers to develop strategies to enhance the capabilities and
competencies of human resources,
Describe and value the staff and ensure staff have the necessary skills to
perform their tasks,
Applying knowledge to professional staff and part-time and full-time,
Use of performance management and coaching role for the staff to achieve set
targets,
Management processes and information activities, the way that add value,
Having a clear strategic planning process to align HR investments with
business objectives,
Aligned with building your organization's business strategy,
Employees who have clear roles and appropriate play Building capacity in
staff, to indicate the qualifications of human resources,
Custodians investing in human resources, development of training and
experience, Development of computer skills and use of network facilities.
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