A Study to Reconnoitering the dynamics of Talent Management Procedure at Hotels in Jharkhand

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Viveka Nand Sharma
Dr. Arvind Hans

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Talent is the product of capability (skills, education, training, and knowledge), attached with motivation (assignation, gratification, challenge, and well-being) and opportunity (H.G. van Dijk, October 2008). An integrated strategic approach to managing careers involves attracting, retaining, developing, and transitioning people within the organization (Valamis, 2021). The world of knowledge-intensive business considers human resources to be rare and unique. According to most experts, the sector of talent management does not have a clear sense of dimensions, terminology, and a theoretical framework. The goal of this study paper is to investigate and conclude how select hotels in Jharkhand handle and differentiate their staff management operations in terms of talent recruitment and retention. Hotels in Jharkhand use a range of approaches to evaluate the effectiveness of their actions and initiatives, including an overview of how they treat an employee and how they plan to continue to innovate to measure the success of their actions and projects? Additionally, their approach needs to be more inclusive. The findings would be significant for managers who recruit and manage employees, hoteliers, and higher education institutions dealing with the industry's skills gap.

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Sharma, V. N., & Hans, D. A. . (2022). A Study to Reconnoitering the dynamics of Talent Management Procedure at Hotels in Jharkhand. International Journal of New Practices in Management and Engineering, 11(01), 41–46. https://doi.org/10.17762/ijnpme.v11i01.172
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Viveka Nand Sharma, Research Scholar, Usha Martin University, Ranchi (Jharkhand) India

 

 

 

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