Human Resource Management Practices in Nepali Industries
Keywords:Career Planning, Compensation, Employee Participation, HRM Practices, Performance Appraisal, Selection, Training
Human resource (HR) determines the success and failure of any organisation in a rapidly changing business world. This paper undertakes to examine the current state of HR management practices in pharmacy sector of Nepal. Based on interviews, the study suggests the pharmacy sector implements a majority of the best practices outlined, with their outstanding customer services reflecting the outcomes. This is a pragmatic research focused on highlighting the issues and status of human resources in the pharmaceutical industries. However, in order to improve the situation, they must embark on reforms. These data provide some insights into the general state of the pharmaceutical industry. It was discovered that the drugstore under investigation follows optimal procedures so Nepal's poor pharmaceutical industry could reflect the country's fragile socioeconomic and political-legal status. These organisations employ people who are highly qualified and capable. Top executives are honing their skills in formulating strategic plans and setting goals.
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