Hrm Function of Uttara Bnk Essay

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(Md, Ibrahim kholilullah, AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS ,2ND BATCH ,SYLHET AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY ,01718996557) Agricultural Economics and Business Studies , Sylhet Agricultural University.(01718996557)

HRM of Uttara Bank Limited

1. Introduction
Human resources are the most valuable and unique assets of an organization. The successful management of an organization's human resources is an exciting, dynamic and challenging task, especially at a time when the world has become a global village and economies are in a state of flux. The scarcity of talented resources and the growing expectations of the modern day worker have further increased the complexity of the human resource function. Even though specific human resource functions/activities
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Human Resource Management refers to the practices and policies one need to carry out the people or personnel aspects of one’s management job. These include:
 Conducting job analysis (determining the nature of each employee’s job)
 Planning labor needs and recruiting job candidate.
 Selecting job candidates
 Orienting and training new employees
 Managing wages and salaries (determining how to compensate employees)
 Providing incentives and benefits
 Appraising performance
 Communicating (interviewing, counseling, disciplining)
 Training and development
 Building employee commitment.

In this assignment human resource management of a Bangladeshibank is observed..
1.2 Banking Sector in Bangladesh:A Bank is an organization that engages in the business of Banking. Banks are depository financial intermediaries linking the savers and users of fund. These intermediaries are interposed between the ultimate borrowers and lenders permitting them efficient transfer of entrepreneurs who need funds to take the advantage of economically and financially viable investment opportunities. Thus, these commercial banks have a positive rule in financing and investment which is a multidimensional process involving the complexity of many interrelated and interdependent factors of diversified nature.
Banks are financial services firms, producing and selling professional management of the public’s funds as well as performing many other roles in the economy. The scope

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