CHALLENGING THE MULTILAYERED CRISES WITHIN ORGANIZATIONS THROUGH APPLICATION OF EFFECTIVE HUMAN RESOURCE STRATEGIES (A CRISES MANAGEMENT PERSPECTIVE FOR ORGANIZATION’S EFFECTIVENESS)

Syed Waqas Ali Kausar, Gulfam Khan Khalid Baghoor

Abstract


Crises in organizations are not only multilayered but deeply
rooted thus compromising their effectiveness. To sustain and compete
in the global world, strategic approaches to manage these crises
become inevitable. This study explores the existing body of theories
on both organisational crises (operational, fraudulent and publicity),
and the role of Human Resource practices in managing crises with an
intent to develop a framework of application for utilising effective
HRM practices in crisis management. We find that it is essential to
assess the degree of change and complexity that a crisis might bring
into work setting and a high level of awareness of the nature of crises
management among employees enhances the chances of better
management performance. By comprehending the nature of various
crises, and uncertainty factors useful measures can be created to avoid
and mitigate organisational crises.


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