Formulating HR policies for managing various generations of employees in Nepal Doorsanchar Company Limited
Dr. Bhagwati Prasad Chaudhary
The paper deals with the perceptual differences of generational employees with respect to different policies adopted by the organization for managing employees of different generation in Nepal Doorsanchar Company Ltd. Globalization and changing trends on demographics have brought major changes in the organization culture of the organizations. Today’s workplace consists of employees coming from different cultural backgrounds. They differ in many ways like lifestyles, religions, languages, knowledge, work experiences, etc. Therefore it is very much essential for the organization to formulate and implement policies which could help in managing different generations of employees. In this regard, the major step of the organization is to identify the perceptual interest of different generations of employees towards different policies prevailing in the organization. The outcome in this process will push the organization to prepare strategies for managing differences of generational employees scientifically by choosing appropriate polices according to the perceptual interest of the employees. Data for the study was collected thorough purposive sampling from 358 respondents on six points ranking scale through a questionnaire. All respondents belong to three different age groups i.e., Younger, Mid and Elder Generations. Results of one-way ANOVA test revealed that perception of employees of various generations towards factors related to HR Policies namely; Better Working Conditions, Better Recognition of Competencies and Better Policy for Leadership Development are significant at 1 percent level of significance. However, it is evident that perception of employees of various generations towards factors related to Better Opportunity for Career Support and Development and Better Organization Culture are insignificant. Hence, it is inferred that all the three different generations of employees perceived that Better Opportunity for Career Support and Development and Better Organization Culture are the better HR policies for managing different generations of employees.