A case study of Indian automobile industry on talent management with regard to work culture practice
by Richa Nangia; Abhilasha Dudeja
International Journal of Business and Globalisation (IJBG), Vol. 27, No. 1, 2021

Abstract: The aim behind the study is to understand the talent management scenario in Indian automobile industry and its challenges. Also analysis is done to understand the work culture practices from employee perspective. Both primary and secondary data has been collected for study. Statistical tools like: correlation and cross-tab chi square test will be used for analysis and interpretation of data. The major groups of interest (i.e., management students, academicians, researchers, practicing managers) will be able to understand the scenario of talent management in a better way. As per the current study, talent management practices are not prevalent in Indian automobile industry. The industry is facing challenges like: workforce diversity, maintaining work-culture, etc. Work culture as per employee's perspective does not have an impact on overall effectiveness of work culture practices. The similar kind of framework can be applied to any other industry.

Online publication date: Tue, 22-Dec-2020

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