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Re-Skilling HR in Changing Business Scenarios(A Literature Review)


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1 PGDM Student, Asian Business School, Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India
2 Assistant Professor, COER - School of Management, Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India
     

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With the rapid change in the global environment and technology, Indian corporate and industry are facing a big hurdle to fixing existing job due to shortage of skilled manpower. Government of India has also taken initiative for skilling and re-skilling manpower that is “Make in India”. As Indians, people resist changing. They always need a push to get adapt to new things. Re-skilling the employees would ultimately benefit the organization and also help employees in their self-growth. Today the world cannot slow down the rate of technological advancement (Cloud Computing, Microsoft 365, Digitization, Automation, Artificial Intelligence) to stay in market competition, the organization slow down need to invest more in learning & development (L&D). In this research paper, the main focus would be on the main elements that complement of digital work and how the organization and individual employee’s growth depend upon the human re-skilling and how this will compliment post-covid-19.

Keywords

Behaviour, Employee Attitude, Pandemic, Re-Skilling, Technology.
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Harsimran Kaur
PGDM Student, Asian Business School, Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India
Chhavi Krishna
Assistant Professor, COER - School of Management, Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India

Abstract


With the rapid change in the global environment and technology, Indian corporate and industry are facing a big hurdle to fixing existing job due to shortage of skilled manpower. Government of India has also taken initiative for skilling and re-skilling manpower that is “Make in India”. As Indians, people resist changing. They always need a push to get adapt to new things. Re-skilling the employees would ultimately benefit the organization and also help employees in their self-growth. Today the world cannot slow down the rate of technological advancement (Cloud Computing, Microsoft 365, Digitization, Automation, Artificial Intelligence) to stay in market competition, the organization slow down need to invest more in learning & development (L&D). In this research paper, the main focus would be on the main elements that complement of digital work and how the organization and individual employee’s growth depend upon the human re-skilling and how this will compliment post-covid-19.

Keywords


Behaviour, Employee Attitude, Pandemic, Re-Skilling, Technology.