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    November 3, 2021 at 1:06 am

    Consider one of the organizations you have been affiliated with. What are some examples of human resource practices that were consistent with that organization’s strategy?
    What are examples of practices that were inconsistent with its strategy?

    What are some examples of human resource practices that were consistent with that organization’s strategy?

    Growth of organization: It is associated with the development of its workforce. Educate employees their role provide them required training for the assigned role.

    Development of work culture: Improving the efficiency of employees, better communication, development of mutual cooperation and creativity of all the members Hence people work together in the day-to-day and on various projects

    Developing potentialities: HRD manager focuses on enabling people to self-actualize through a systematic approach leading to development of their talents & Motivate employees thro recognition programs.
    Also undertake in-depth statistical analysis into what their employees consider on feedback for overall improvement in people management and team metrics such as turnover, satisfaction, and performance etc..

    What are examples of practices that were inconsistent with its strategy?

    Inconsistent compensation and benefits : Employees maximization, customer loyalty, employee satisfaction, skills training all these things the employee must meet the standards and company heads knows and able to see how their roles and performance impacts the company but showing variations/inconsistency in sharing / allocating the yearly bonus / salary increments etc…
    “There is no consistency in salaries and duties and responsibilities,”

    Continued Inconsistency to afford to keep an employee whose performance remains erratic and unreliable/lazy without any technical updated skills becoming a bad example within the teams/work culture.