ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Pressures of Modernisation on Human Resource Orientation

Resource Orientation Anil Chaturvedi Abha Chaturvedi The process of modernisation of technology in Indian companies has generally been accompanied by an exuberance towards technological change and a willingness to experiment with newer approaches to the management of technological resources. These attitudinal shifts towards technology and technological change have not yet been directed, to any great measure, towards the human resources in our organisations. The result is that increasingly the people working with new technologies sense a contrast between the way they are being treated by their organisation and the manner in which the organisation treats technology. This perception of disparity is discernible in the signs of unease that are surfacing and manifesting themselves in the feelings of neglect and deprivation that workers often express. The real challenge of modernisation thus lies not in developing the ability to select, obtain and induct new skills and personnel but m reorienting the organisations ' attitudes towards their human element.

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