Software industry recognized as a significant engine of economic development for many developing countries. The development of this industry purely based on the effective management of human resources and diversity. For any organization to work, the Human Resource department must be in play (Edward et al., 2002). The Human Resource department is the one that deals directly with the employees of an organization. Without employees an organization cannot operate. In Indian software companies, there is workforce diversity. This is because the Human Resource department does not operate “properly” when dealing with respective employees. Top software companies in India embrace a policy known as Employee Manual Builder. This policy saves the company a lot of money in terms of employee recruitment and training. The employees simply read a manual and follow all the rules and regulations within it. They almost never engage with their superiors. Communication is regarded as one of the most effective tools in Human Resource management and this is lacking in software industries in India.
Development and Employment of a Business Plan
Every organization needs a business plan before it engages in business (Becker et al., 2011). While developing a business plan, it is important to conduct employee surveys. These surveys are helpful in analyzing and conceptualizing the company development framework. Once the business plan has been developed and initialized, it is important to consider long-term goals and more strategic planning (Delery, 2011).
Changes can be made to the plan and the possibility of this is also to be considered. This is especially relevant to those organizations that end up taking in more workers. Human Resource managers create more departments within the business to overlook such situations, appoint managers or directors to execute authority since they can become overburdened and lose touch with employees (Bamberger et al., 2000).The software companies in India do not undertake these discussions with their employees in reference to the business plan. The workforce in India is vast and the employees experience limited or no contact with the management.