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Preparing case study on basis of the Somendru Sir's instruction the problem, the problem analysis and then the recommendations. The Problem There existed on the japaneese model the IR relations in the HMSI and during the transition period of change of getting unionized and adopting soft HRM policies in the place of hard HRM policies and rift between the workers and management on the issues of Labour laws, it was getting day by day difficult for the management and law to control the issue especially in the light of the incidents that took place.
This was the basic problem. The focus was on meeting deadlines no matter what happens with the workers. Their was a complete chaos due to the workers slowly and slowly under the hard practices and unfair treatment were getting in synchronize with each other to raise a union in order to gain there rights and managers knowing this would lead to the desolution of their powers were adamant not to.
In there pursuit they took help of police, private outside people and to stop unionization even increased pay of workers but in vain. The chronological sequencing of the events going out at the HMSI are as follows: Resentment in on the acceptance of Diwali gifts. Resentment on termination of worker due to late coming.
Acts of a Japanese VP 4. Refusal of offer of management to take monetary benefits in order to not to form a Union in response to the workers act. Reaching of the problems to masses through media led to the politiscising of the case 7. July 25, beating of the police officer by the workers 8 Police retaliates Consequently this situations and intervention of government led to the formation of Union in the company and hence it led to the establishment of fair labour practices but all this incidents led to the burring of image of HMSI and thus gradually it led to management labor relations in a bad mood.
This all coupled with lessening sales were a major jolt on HMSI. There existed a seperation model and we have to develop a HR driven model in order to gain success. Development of Quality circles 4. Development of employee involvement and employee participation in which employee participation was but now the need was to develop employee involvement.
Creation of its resource to gain valued, rare, imnimitable and nonsubsituted competitive advantage Posted by.Read “People Management Fiasco in Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India Ltd.” Write a paper of 1,, words in which you analyze this case.
Your paper should include the following. Review the article: People management Fiasco in Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India Ltd.
by Debi S. Saini and answer the following questions: Question 1: Discuss the key factors that led to the breakdown of the industrial relations at Honda.
People Management Fiasco in Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India Ltd Synopsis Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India Ltd. (HMSI) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Honda Motor Company Limited (HMCL), Japan, which is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of .
People Management Fiasco in Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India. Application: Systems Theory Order Description Application: Systems Theory As noted in the Learning Resources, systems theory provides a meaningful and beneficial means of examining challenges in health.
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