A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN MALE AND FEMALE EMPLOYEES ON PEOPLE MANAGEMENT

Dr. Shikha Agrawal

Abstract


It has become very important for organizations to indulge into people management if they
wish to make the organization grow. The impact of people management is such that it helps
an organization to maintain and improve the performance of the organization. A good HRM
system has various strategies that help them keep the people management at a
considerable level. These strategies are training and development, recruitment, leadership
sill enhancement, career planning etc. the organization needs to align its strategies with the
people management initiatives. It has been observed that people management is an
important variable in increasing the organizational performance. The nature of workforce in
the present scenario is different from the past. There are diverse categories of people
involved in the working of an organization today. There is participation of both male and
female employees in making the organization excel. This paper tries to understand the
perception of male and female employees towards the factors that contribute in people
management.

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