Developing a frame work to aid HR professionals working in organization with informal / unstructured HR department
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The garment industry of Bangladesh has been the key revenue generating sector for the last couple of years. At present, the country generates about $9.35 billion worth of products each year by exporting garments product. The industry provides employment to about 3 million workers of whom 80% are women. As we know that buying house is both externally and internally related with RMG sector. I have conducted my internship in this organization in the Human Resources Department. The organization was established in 1987 and its production side is located in Gazipur and Narayanganj. During my whole internship tenure I have worked in Human Resources Department of the organization. The Human Resource Department in any organization is very important. Though in this organization the employees are working different category work not only they are stick in their own position. As an intern I didn‟t get the chance to work in every sector very deeply but I had my contribution on the HR practices in the organization. In garments buying house the employee is a very important part because the employees are supposed to maintain all the practices in the organization. As the organization is a small one so they do not have specific HR department but have HR professionals to go through the HR practices in the organization. Labor turnover is a problem in this organization and also the HR professionals cannot take full decision by themselves. The solution that I helped to come up with is creating a better working environment and also developing HR department separately so that the professionals can do their job by their own responsibilities. And also preventing and monitoring the commission received by the top level managers from the employees, so that no injustice occurs to them.