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EEO. 2021; 20(1): 7001-7008

Strategic Human Resource Management Practices In The Higher Education Institutes Of Uttarakhand

Pooja Kanojia, Rupa Khanna Mlahotra, Amit Kumar Uniyal, DR. Rajesh Kumar Upadhyay.


In the recent studies it has been revealed that organizations have evolved fairly well after the adoption of the strategic human resource practices. Strategic human resource management helps in enhancing the capabilities and the performance of employees. Implementation of the strategic human resource management helps an organization in steady growth and profitability. Still there exist gaps between empirical and conceptual strategic human resource management practices in the higher educational institutes. Many Higher Education Institutes have realized the importance of strategic human resource management but only a few have realized and implemented the practices. The objective of the study is to how to utilize the strategic human resource management practices to enhance the abilities of an employee. Sample size of the study was 250 faculties of the Higher Education Institutes in Uttrakhand. Questionnaire was used to collect the data. It was found that strategic human resource management is essential in enhancing the performance of employees.

Key words: Strategic human resource management practice, training and development, performance.

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