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Why HRM is Your Best Bet for Organizational Growth?

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Do you know the Dunlop tire story?  

The modern-day tire was invented after a man realized that his son couldn’t ride his tricycle comfortably.  

This was in the 1880s when cycles had solid rubber tires.  

The father then wrapped the metal wheels of the tricycle with thin rubber sheets, glued them together and inflated with a football pump, remarkably improving his son’s ability in riding it.  

This combination helped the inventor’s friend easily win almost every notable cycle race that year, defeating all-time champions who were visibly exhausted riding their traditional tire-driven bikes.  

The new tube tires offered a much smoother feeling of driving, reduced loss of speed, fewer risks of falling off the bike and a competitive edge- This is strikingly similar to the impact of HRM on organizations and the difference their presence brings to a company’s tread to success.  

Evolution of Human Resource Management(HRM)

Human Resource Management is not what it used to be. It has undergone a tremendous transformation in the past decades. And with every passing year, the need for an able HRM department has only increased.  

If you think that your organization does not require Human Resource Management, our guest speaker at Keka HR Perspective, Dr Pankaj Gursahani- HR at AstraZeneca, has something to say about this strategy. Watch the webinar to understand how organizations will be impacted without an HR. 

Importance of Human Resource Management (HRM)

A namesake, traumatizing, and apathetic arm to some, while an advisory, managerial and strategic partner to others- HRM and its role has long been debated. Nevertheless, it cannot be ignored that HRs are needed at every step of an organization’s people management- Right from recruitment to performance management, and from upskilling employees to fostering an inclusive culture. 

HRs manage the most vital assets of your organization- the employees. They bridge the gap between employee efforts and the company goals to ensure targets are met and a competitive edge is gained.  

After a brief pause owing to the pandemic, the business world is back on track and evolving faster than ever. This implies a bigger customer pool, increased employee size and an even increased need to manage them. Without an HRM department, the following is bound to occur: 

  • Unsatisfied workforce leading to stress and reduced performance 
  • Lack of innovation and unique perspective 
  • Wrong deduction of compensation benefits 
  • Haphazardly maintained employee records 
  • High rate of absenteeism 
  • Wrong succession planning 
  • Disorganized recruitment and hiring processes 
  • Ineffective employee retention strategies’ implementation 
  • Mass resignations 
  • Increased turnover rate 
  • Derailed job analysis 
  • Difficulty in achieving company goals 

An able HRM department ensures you avoid all the above possibilities and helps the business thrive.  

11 Reasons to choose HRM for Organizational Growth

Ensures the right people come in 

Recruitment and hiring undoubtedly remains one of the top functions of HRM. HRs are aware of the company requirements and in conjunction with managers, filter the best of the talent pool to fit the need.  

Drives change, encourages resilience  

Change is inevitable. And adapting to it is vital to sustain. The pandemic has proved this. Organizations which foster a working model that stays on its toes to develop faster than its competitors gain an upper hand. HRs drive this process and ascertain ways to recover quickly from any unforeseen situation. 

Acts as an advocate for employees 

Conflicts between leaders and employees is not a rare sight. HR takes the role of a mediator by solving issues to create an amicable working relationship.  

Prioritizes employee wellbeing 

In these times when the importance of mental and physical health has been highlighted more than ever before, organizations cannot risk ignoring it. HRM steps in to take this seriously as it eventually becomes a driving factor of employee efforts and performance.  

Fosters a safe and desired work culture 

A healthy work culture has the potential to bring out the best in employees. HRs ensure the right seeds are sown to reap the culture beneficial to both the employer and employee.  

Strategizes and charts company goals and objectives with leaders 

With the emerging industry trends, HRs are levelling up to act as strategic business partners. They take a seat at board meetings to put their ideas, advice and perspective on the table and map targets with executives. 

Paves way for an awesome employee experience 

One of the most important aspects of retaining top performing employees is providing an immaculate employee experience. Trust, transparency, inclusion, and care lay the foundation for it. A birthday mail doesn’t count. HRs are skilled at ensuring that employees remain happy, motivated and satisfied with the company and their role.  

Improves organization’s brand image 

Social media presence is becoming increasingly important to enhance company reputation. HRs maintain a positive brand image to attract, hire and retain talent whose knowledge and skills are required to meet the company’s goals and objectives.  

Deduces perks and benefits with training opportunities 

HRs analyze market trends to develop overall strategic compensation packages and guide managers to determine salary ranges, perks, bonuses, incentives and more for different employees. Team building activities, field trips, annual celebrations and other events are also headed by HRs. They are involved in reskilling and upskilling employees, contributing immensely to the training and development programs.  

Helps with cost reduction & compliance management 

HRs are primarily concerned with keeping the company on track with the compliant laws of the region- an extremely crucial element in the organization’s operations. 


Companies without HRM risk losing revenue that could be generated by fully utilizing its people. Days when HR managers would delve into administrative duties only are gone for good, as self-service HRMS platforms have taken over the mundane and tedious tasks. Finding the right HRMS for your company is difficult. To ensure your people policies align with organization objectives, start your journey with Keka, a one-stop solution to all HR needs.  

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    Meet the author

    Dr. Nishat Afzal

    Content Writer

    A dentist by profession and writer by choice, Nishat is the Communications Manager and Content Writer at Keka Technologies. A literature lover and a religious fan of Ruskin Bond, her magic works best in creating pieces that involve story-telling, emotional punches, facts & current affairs. If not found sewing letters together to form impactful phrases, Nishat can be seen doing RCTs, crocheting or eating to her heart's content.


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