Human Resource Management Interventions: Career Planning and Development, Workforce Diversity, and Employee Stress and Wellness.

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A REPORT ON
Human resource management interventions: career planning and development, workforce diversity, and employee stress and wellness.


A Report submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement of
MBA program of IIPM, NEW DELHI.

Under the Sincere Guidance Of
SUBHASH GUPTA

BY
T V SAMRAT GUPTA
SEC- SF4
Roll no: 58
ISBE-A/SS (2010-12)

Contents
INTRODUCTION 3
CARRIER PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT INTERVENTIONS 3
CAREER STAGES 4
CAREER PLANNING 6
CAREER DEVELOPMENT 8
CARRIER DEVELOPMENT INTERVENTIONS 9
ROLE AND STRUCTURE INTERVENTION 11
Individual employee development 12
Individual employee development 13
PERFORMANCE FEEDBACK AND COACHING 13
Workforce diversity interventions 14
A GENERAL FRAMEWORK FOR MANAGING
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CAREER STAGES
A career consists of a sequence of work related positions occupied by a person during the course of a lifetime.
There are four stages in a carrier:-
1. The establishment age (ages 21-26). This phase is the outset of a career when people are generally uncertain about their competence and potential. They are dependent on others, especially bosses and more experienced employees, for guidance ,support and feedback .At this stage people are making initial choices about committing themselves to a specific career , organization and jobs. They are exploring possibilities while learning their own capabilities.
2. THE ADVANCEMENT STAGE(26-4O). During this phase, employees became independent contributors who are concerned with achieving and advancing their chosen career. They have typically learned to perform autonomously and need less guidance from bosses and closer ties with colleagues. This setting down period also is characterized by attempts to clarify the range of long term career option.
3. THE MAINTAINANCE STAGE (AGES 40-60) . This phase involves leveling off and holding on to carrier success. Many people at this stage have achieved their greatest advancements and are now concerned with helping less experienced subordinates. For those who are dissatisfied with their career progress, this period can be conflictual and depressing , as…