Farm & Labour managment Consultancy
• Assessing existing employment
• Analysing present performance
• Determining your farm goals
• Examining labour productivity
Employment and labour management
• Managing existing labour
• Recruiting and employing staff
• Getting off to a good start
• Management styles
• Dealing with conflict
• Improving leadership and teamwork
Making employing easier
• Understanding your legal obligations
• Other options and alternatives
• Improving existing work practice
One-Stop Shop for a range of labour management services on farms in South India(TN,KL,KA) . We are mainly emerging the manpower to Agriculture Sector & specially focusing on Farming , Landscaping ,Poultry ,Dairy,Agro Industries and other related activities . Institution starts for: (a) to discuss the need for a globalized approach to human resource management and (b) the role of educational development for human resource development in the agricultural sector.
Need for Effective Human Resource Management
Have somebody heard about human resource management in agriculture, if no there are implication of human resource management in agriculture as agriculture is a labor intensive business, so it requires labors and managing labor requires lot of understanding of social factors which plays important role.
Human resource Management in Agriculture will include the following:
Procurement of labor
Utilization of labor and duration of employment
Period leave and absenteeism
Nature and extent of indiscipline
The determination of the laborers and trends in wage rates.
The application of incentives and provision of other benefits.
The nature and Redressal of grievances
Agricultural labor unions.
Conflicts between cultivators and laborers
Consultation and co-operation between cultivators and laborers.
Indian agriculture is still unorganized as far its operation is concerned; we know the manpower plays an important part in operation. Agriculture distribution channel involve high number intermediaries in between which leads to escalation of price of the agriculture produce. Indian agriculture industry is the largest vegetable growers in the world but with waste at 30% due to bad handling and infrastructure problem.
Majority of the problem in Indian agriculture industry will be solved with the effective and productive workforce working, if the proper rules and regulation are made regarding wages, conflict management and above points also.
One of the reasons which lack in HRM activities in Agriculture is due to less number organized player and resistant to change from the farmers and bigger unorganized player. The human resource in Indian agriculture originally consists of only cultivators. But due to historical, economic and social factor, labor class has emerged in course of time. Thus human resource in agriculture has come to consist of cultivators (owner/lessees of land) and labor.