Employee commitment, HR Management

Employee Commitment

An effective productivity management procedure is simply not possible without the commitment and involvement of employees at all of the levels. Commitment is the binding of the particular to behavioural acts. In prospective view, commitment is conceived like an individual's psychological bond to the social or organisation system as reflected in his involvement with faithfulness for and belief in the values of the organisation. Success in the worker involvement arena requires, first and foremost, identifying by top management that participative management refers cultural change which, needs management commitment and a long-term perspective. Several organisations prefer to fill vacancies by promotions or transfers from within wherever probable. Promotion involves movement of workers from a lower level position to a greater level position accompanied by (usually) changes in duties, status, responsibilities and value. Job posting is another way of recruiting people from within. In recent years most of the companies have found it useful to create their own website and list job openings on it. The website offers a rapid, convenient and cost effective means for job applicants to post their resume through the Internet. There are a various kinds of websites available -additionally to a company's own website - where applicants can post their resumes and potential employers can check for qualified applicants.   

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