Journal of Human Resource Management
Volume 4, Issue 6, December 2016, Pages: 124-128
Received: Sep. 25, 2016;
Accepted: Nov. 21, 2016;
Published: Jan. 25, 2017
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A. Manimaran, Department of Management Studies, Pondicherry University (Karaikal Campus), Karaikal, India
S. A. Senthil Kumar, Department of Management Studies, Pondicherry University (Karaikal Campus), Karaikal, India
Now a day the entire world faces the crisis on the healthcare industry. Especially in concerning about our country – India, most of the people prefers the private healthcare sector rather than the public healthcare sectors even though with the spending of lots and lots of money by the government of India still there is always an inhabitation of diversification exhibits in-between the private and public healthcare industries which leads towards the conflict among the healthcare professional working in the enormous fields of healthcare industries in our country. This creates the distinctive variation and diversification of remuneration, moral and employment and so on. This paper gives study about the various viewpoints of the multiple issues regarding the Human Resource Management of healthcare professionals in the healthcare industry and illustrated the detailed result in concern towards it.
S. A. Senthil Kumar,
Human Resource Management in the Healthcare Industry – A Literature Review, Journal of Human Resource Management.
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