SYSTEMATIC REVIEW PAPER ON INFLUENCE OF INGENIOUS HR PRACTICES ON EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT DURING PANDEMIC IN BANKING SECTOR

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Published Sep 14, 2021
Udit Mamodiya

Abstract

The COVID-19 epidemic has a profound impact on the global economy and human health. However, in contrast to the global financial crisis of 2007-2009, which required the use of taxpayers' money to rescue banks in many countries, banks are being asked to help reduce the impact of COVID-19 and participate in economic recovery during this time. At the time of the epidemic, the organization was the development of many active participatory activities, such as online family interaction and practice, visual learning, and online construction, team building, training and industry training workshops, weekly, or online, coordination sessions, dinner. lunch, video conference, and short sessions, online games, games, challenges and competitions, or online courses, thanks, and times, tests, communication, and game times, new skills and training, online support, insight, and is the sole discretion of the session of workshops devoted to anxiety and stress, hire a guide to practice, meditation, and social interaction in the virtual office, digital class, modules, e‐learning, and many other creative courses. (Sarthak Mishra) (1) .The inclusion of the in-house activity, it is very suitable for both the employees and the organizations. In light of this, the study investigates with an emphasis on the Indian banking sector, the responsible measures were approved by banks to reduce the negative effects of the epidemic on its employees and the community. The findings of our article are based on review of documents and reviews of major banking websites.

Research Objectives- 

  • To explore the HR practices imposed for employee engagement during pandemic in Banking Sector. 
  1. To identify the link between HR practices and work ideas in the corporate banking industry among issues affecting employee involvement
  2. Highlighting the impact of employee actions on employee integrity, expectations of the Banking Sector

Challenges of the study

Human Resource Practices should be- (Wunderlich) (2)

  1. Stay focused on your core values—it encourages the involvement of employees in the most difficult times. 
  2. Clearly, you keep your employees motivated during the difficult times. 
  3. Ask the staff members to freely share information and frustrations, and ideas for success.
  4. To communicate with the staff in advance, leaders need to communicate openly and honestly, so that the employees work more effectively.

    

 

    Further Implications of the Study

 

All organizations need to take innovative and innovative ways to engage the worker in this challenging time of the COVID epidemic - 19 to keep employees engaged, motivated, committed, happy and blessed to be in such a difficult time. Work from home, it is very important at that time; can only be achieved by doing it online. Organizations need an integrated approach to online content in order to stay competitive in this challenging time. Visible relationships, should be very important to the company's board of directors to increase the engagement of its employees. The agents that work to achieve their goals work very well. The guide will also learn how to improve the organization's work ethic. Organizations need to be able to identify various factors that will encourage and promote employee involvement in the organization.

How to Cite

Mamodiya, U. (2021). SYSTEMATIC REVIEW PAPER ON INFLUENCE OF INGENIOUS HR PRACTICES ON EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT DURING PANDEMIC IN BANKING SECTOR. SPAST Abstracts, 1(01). Retrieved from https://spast.org/techrep/article/view/463
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Keywords

HR, COVID19, SDG, UN, Sustainability

References
1. Sarthak Mishra, , Dr. Namita Rath. "Green Human Resource Management practices in leading Indian Banks during Covid Pandemic." Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government (2021): Vol. 27, No. 1. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00542-01-3724

2. Wunderlich, Marie Freia. "Human Resource Management Practices in the times of the COVID-19 pandemic." July 2020. https://doi.org/10.1038/s4159-019-48253
Section
SMH1: Management

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