Purpose: This paper seeks to: 1.Review the literature on HR Strategies with special reference to the relationship of HR Strategies with other constructs. 2.Establish a relation between Strategic Human Resource Management (SHRM) and HR Strategies. 3.Determining the research gap in this area. Design/methodology/approach: The paper intends to provide a conceptual review of the past literature in the areas of HR Strategies. The paper is divided into 3 parts: 1.Describes and examine the published works in HR Strategies. 2.Established a relation between SHRM and HR Strategies. 3.Established a relation between the HR Strategies and the other variables like business outcomes, Business strategies, Core competencies, HR Outsourcings, Knowledge management etc. 4. The review identifies the limitations of the literature and outlines future lines of research for this field. Findings: The review also showed that HR Strategies are related to other variables like; business outcomes, business strategies, organizational strategies, core competencies, HR outsourcing and knowledge management etc. Research limitations: The main limitation of this review is that the study is completely based on secondary source of review no primary study is done. Thus, the study does not provide any empirical evidence to support the literature of the article. All the provided literature is written based on the findings gained from the previous studies. Practical implications: HR Strategies affect other constructs like; organizational effectiveness, Change management and organizational development etc. This study can increase the knowledge of formulation and implementation of HR Strategies in any organization which will in turn enhance the effectiveness of the managers. This in turn can help the organization to operate at high efficiency. Intangible Originality/value: The study helps the scholars orient their research in HR Strategies by providing them a better understanding of the construct. Also provides a ray of direction in which the field is going and what are the existing gaps.
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- Indira SharmaAcademic Associate at IIM Indore, Prabandh Shikhar, Rau- Pithampur Road, Indore (MP), India
- Manmeet SinghFaculty at Medi-Caps Institute of Technology & Management, Pigdamber road, Indore (MP), India
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Indira Sharma, Manmeet Singh, "A Conceptual Study on the Relationship of HR Strategies with Other Constructs" International Journal of Research and Innovation in Social Science -IJRISS vol.1 issue 2, pp.01-05 2017
The purpose of this paper is to identify the determinants of customer retention in health insurance sector. Various dimensions have been taken under study and responses of 150 customers have been recorded on 5 point Likert scale by using scientifically developed questionnaire. Data was collected and analyzed and important determinants were found out which are critical for customer retention in health insurance industry. The results indicate that innovative products, competitive prices, prompt services of companies, employee responsiveness and empathy, tangibility of services and reliability of services offered are various determinants of customer retention found crucial in this study.
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- Jaya NemaAssistant Professor, Institute of Business Management & Research, IPS Academy, Rajendra Nagar, Indore (M.P.) – 452 012
- Dr. Sunita JatavAssistant Professor, Institute of Business Management & Research, IPS Academy, Rajendra Nagar, Indore (M.P.) – 452 012
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Jaya Nema, Dr. Sunita Jatav "Determinants of Customer Retention in Health Insurance Sector" International Journal of Research and Innovation in Social Science -IJRISS vol.1 issue 2, pp.06-10 2017
Entrepreneurship being an intangible factor is the moving force and development is the consequence. It has an important role in the context of a developing nation like India which is confronted with major socio –economic problems. Entrepreneurs can control their own lives, structure their own progress and be answerable for their own achievements. It was found that the entrepreneurs are know employing more than 20 permanent workers and 90 % entrepreneurs are satisfied with there present Business. Some have again turn up to jobs as they were failed in there respective business risk. The family background for the successful entrepreneurs was found to be 60% and it was found that Entrepreneurs are most successful than entrepreneurs due to their high risk capacity and full involvement in the process of Business and decision taking. This research paper is exploratory in nature and also explains the opportunities for youth in Entrepreneurial development.
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- Dr. Preeti SharmaReader, Department of Management Studies Indore Institute of Computer Application Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India
- Dr. Rubina PathanLecturer, Prestige Institute of Management, Dewas Madhya Pradesh, India
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Dr. Preeti Sharma, Dr. Rubina Pathan "A Study of Opportunities for Indian Youth in Entrepreneurship Development" International Journal of Research and Innovation in Social Science -IJRISS vol.1 issue 2, pp.11-14 2017
The study aims at finding the job satisfaction of the employees that is being practiced in Raja Garments. The research is aimed at finding the satisfaction level of employees about the various aspects like general working conditions, pay and promotion, work relationship, use of skills and so on, that are being done in Raja Garments. The research design is descriptive and describes the personal profile of the employees related to job satisfaction. The sample size is 115 selected by the applying Purposive sampling a non–probabilistic technique in Garments. The data used for the study is primary data collected with the help of questionnaire. The study has used percentage analysis for analyzing the data collected. From the finding drawn from the analysis of data, recommendations are provided to improve the various aspects related to Job satisfaction. The study has used the statistical tools: percentage analysis, Chi-Square test, cross tabs to know the tendency of the data. From the analysis of data, interpretation, recommendations are provided to make know the company about their employees. From the findings the suggestions was given to the company for improving their employees satisfaction level make a better working environment in the organization. Some recommendations are, can be improved like promotion, vacation, use of skills.
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- S.KannadhasanM.B.A, Tamilnadu Open University, Madurai, Tamilnadu, India
- R.SureshM.B.A, University of Madras, Madurai, Tamilnadu, India
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S.Kannadhasan, R.Suresh "Survey on Garments with Various Fields in Tamilnadu" International Journal of Research and Innovation in Social Science -IJRISS vol.1 issue 2, pp.15-20 2017