An Analysis of Human Resource Management (HRM) Practices Ready-Made Garments Industry in Bangladesh

Md Asaduzzaman

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Abstract: Bangladesh Ready-Made Garments (RMG) had become essentially throughout the most recent decades in each term yet lamentably nature of privately created merchandise is as yet an issue. As indicated by BGMEA report (2014) RMG comprises around 40% assembling just as half of all out workforce and 78% of all out fare profit produce from this area. A large portion of representatives in RMG are ladies around 90% where 4.2 million individuals are working in this part. Be that as it may, the potential development and prospect in Bangladesh RMG division is colossal. Furthermore, for utilizing this open doors it should concentrated on legitimate usage of HR approaches to accentuation quality execution. In ongoing information based monetary condition human asset is the most essential asset as hierarchical adequacy and productivity is to a great extent relies upon the use limit of this asset particularly if there should arise an occurrence of Ready-made Garments industry in Bangladesh. However, the substances for RMG associations are that their kin remain underestimated, under prepared and underutilized. Because of ill-advised HR rehearses work turmoil rate in RMG is high and representative profitability rate is lower than its rivals. As RMG is the rising part for additional venture, presently a day a much concern is expected to improve and support pieces of clothing organizations development. Human Resource Management requires significantly more worry in Bangladesh RMG area. In this perspective, literary works demonstrated that, HR rehearses didn't get a lot of consideration which should be estimated and examination in the part of Bangladesh RMG areas quality execution improvement as in RMG division HR is the fundamental favourable position for modern development and feasible upper hand in business. So this investigation is required to lift up this desire to satisfy this examination hole.


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Human Resource Management (HRM), Ready-Made Garments Industry, Bangladesh.

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