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Feasibility Study on Implementing HR Practices for Migrant Workers during Pandemics: Future- Proofing Human Resource Management

Dr. Ramar Veluchamy, Avinav Kumar, Badal Dey.

Abstract
The covid-19 epidemic hit the world like a ton of bricks, claiming human lives and damaging businesses while also
creating mental disease and poverty, leading to a rise in violence and conflict in society. The objective of the study
is to recommend HR practices that government agencies, employee welfare associations, and other organizations
may use in the unorganized migrant labor sector. Data was obtained for the investigation from various sources,
including research papers, newspapers, and periodicals.Government and non-government organizations should plan
ahead of time to incorporate Human Resource Management practices for all employees in the unorganized sectors,
not only migratory workers. Improved attempts to link migrant workers and a re-evaluation of the strict report
criteria for getting to crisis-relief measures are two instances of suitable operations. Human Resource Management
methods are a never-ending process, and plans should be reviewed and changed on a regular basis based on the
changes.

Key words: HR practices for migrant workers, Indian migrant workers, migrant workers in COVID 19, the impact of Lockdown on migrant workers, future-proofing human resource management, future of work.


 
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Dr. Ramar Veluchamy, Avinav Kumar, Badal Dey. Feasibility Study on Implementing HR Practices for Migrant Workers during Pandemics: Future- Proofing Human Resource Management. JCR. 2021; 8(3): 137-148. doi:10.31838/jcr.08.03.15


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Dr. Ramar Veluchamy, Avinav Kumar, Badal Dey. Feasibility Study on Implementing HR Practices for Migrant Workers during Pandemics: Future- Proofing Human Resource Management. JCR. 2021; 8(3): 137-148. doi:10.31838/jcr.08.03.15



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Dr. Ramar Veluchamy, Avinav Kumar, Badal Dey. Feasibility Study on Implementing HR Practices for Migrant Workers during Pandemics: Future- Proofing Human Resource Management. JCR. (2021), [cited August 16, 2021]; 8(3): 137-148. doi:10.31838/jcr.08.03.15



Harvard Style

Dr. Ramar Veluchamy, Avinav Kumar, Badal Dey (2021) Feasibility Study on Implementing HR Practices for Migrant Workers during Pandemics: Future- Proofing Human Resource Management. JCR, 8 (3), 137-148. doi:10.31838/jcr.08.03.15



Turabian Style

Dr. Ramar Veluchamy, Avinav Kumar, Badal Dey. 2021. Feasibility Study on Implementing HR Practices for Migrant Workers during Pandemics: Future- Proofing Human Resource Management. Journal of Critical Reviews, 8 (3), 137-148. doi:10.31838/jcr.08.03.15



Chicago Style

Dr. Ramar Veluchamy, Avinav Kumar, Badal Dey. "Feasibility Study on Implementing HR Practices for Migrant Workers during Pandemics: Future- Proofing Human Resource Management." Journal of Critical Reviews 8 (2021), 137-148. doi:10.31838/jcr.08.03.15



MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

Dr. Ramar Veluchamy, Avinav Kumar, Badal Dey. "Feasibility Study on Implementing HR Practices for Migrant Workers during Pandemics: Future- Proofing Human Resource Management." Journal of Critical Reviews 8.3 (2021), 137-148. Print. doi:10.31838/jcr.08.03.15



APA (American Psychological Association) Style

Dr. Ramar Veluchamy, Avinav Kumar, Badal Dey (2021) Feasibility Study on Implementing HR Practices for Migrant Workers during Pandemics: Future- Proofing Human Resource Management. Journal of Critical Reviews, 8 (3), 137-148. doi:10.31838/jcr.08.03.15