The paper 'Managing Personnel and Human Resources - Top Paints Limited " is a good example of a management case study. Top Paints Limited has been recently facing problems within the human resource function which has made the company look towards bringing changes in the manner the human resource department functions. The problem has been consistent over a period of time with depleting profits and leading to a loss in the present year has made the management look into the matter seriously so that different areas of management can be identified which will help Top Paints Limited to improve its business.
This report thereby looks to present the different issues that Top Paints Limited is facing. It looks to relate the issues to the different theories and looks towards identifying ways which will help the human resource department to deal with these issues. This will help Top Paints Limited to ensure that they are able to perform better in the future. Issues There are several issues that have been identified to be associated with Top Paints Limited. The issues have grown over time due to the ignorance of the top-level management and the lack of initiative on the part of the human resource department to deal with those.
Some of the issues identified with Top Paints Limited are One of the major issues surrounding Top Paints Limited is the manner in which the manner in which the employees are compensated. The organization looks towards following a mechanism which is old and outdated. Employees and upper-level managers are paid a fixed salary with a prescribed increment each year. This has made the employees follow their regular business and has reduced the initiative which they could have taken to improve the business is an area of concern The other issue surrounding Top Paints Limited is the manner in which the performance of employees is measured.
The organization follows one-way traffic where only orders from the top management pass on to the subordinates and they are required to perform in the traditional way. This makes the employees perform their daily functions and doesn’ t allow initiative on the part of the management to deal with situations in a better way.
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