Hr Practice in Equity Property Management Ltd

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Background of the Report

My internship program is an educational requirement of MBA Program under an assigned faculty of Business of University of Chittagong, which is a professional degree. MBA students have to do an internship program as a practical orientation to the workplace where he/she can amalgamate the traditional hypothetical knowledge with practical work experience. I have completed my MBA from Chittagong University however my streams were Human Resource Management, I have done my internship Report on HR practices in Equity Property Management Ltd.and tried to find out its performance and Projection.

Rationale of the Report

The internship program is aimed to give the MBA students convenient point of reference where they can apply their traditional hypothetical knowledge. As professional degree holders under the Business Faculty, MBA students are the future managers of the organizations. A MBA graduate student also requires that they get exposure to International & Marketing aspects. Accordingly, I have chosen a local company, EPML on behalf of my internship report, which is one of the leading developers in Bangladesh. I consider myself very lucky to work in HR & Admin Department of such a large company where I got the exposure to competitive–level standards of HR activities in a highly competitive and dynamic business atmosphere. My internship report is based on the experiences as well as learning’s that I have gathered through working with this organization.

Objective of the Report

✓ To have a clear picture of the basic HR functions. ✓ To describe the clear picture of HR practices in Equity Property Management Ltd. ✓ To analyze the performance and the HR activities. ✓ To know about the strategic Human Resource Management. ✓ To know about the ISO manuals

Methodology & Data Collection

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