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A Study of Startup Organizational Performance and Evaluation by Human Resource Management Process

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journal contribution
posted on 14.02.2020 by Dr. Jose Prabhu Joseph John
Human Resource Management Practices (HRM rehearses) are basic authoritative components to create, strengthen and support the activity plan in each organization. The limit of an activity plan relies upon the work profile of people and groups. This paper proposes a model of HRM Practices, with the point of expanding authoritative execution through the advancement and support after some time of the work profile of people and groups. This article reviews the Startup HRM Process of business launch and restructure to change, centering upon the utilization of best organization performance to encourage a move far from straight/consecutive work association towards parallel preparing and multidisciplinary team working. It features HRM Practices and strategic management process of the human component of its program for radical authoritative change and brings up the issue of how HRM experts are to react to its trivialization of the complexities and issues related with the rebuilding of work forms using with proper consulting.