Impact of personal profile of employees on their understanding of Talent management activities in 4- and 5-star hotel Industry in Bangalore

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Madhuri Jha, Govind Dave


TM is a precious resource that is employed as a human capital management engine oxygen. It is vital for the progression and progress of people and the organisation, according to management practitioners, analysts, researchers, online publications, newspaper articles, and social networking platforms. In order to address the multiplicity of challenges linked with globalisation, expansion, diversity, demographic shifts, and insufficient progress, TM has also become a strategic management decision at all levels for any organisation. HR executives are using TM techniques like talent identification, talent attraction, talent development, talent management, talent engagement, talent assessment, talent ship, and talent segmentation to adapt and cope with the prospect of future talent shortages in their organization's talent pool or the need to fill a talent void. Therefore, the current study is an effort to find how the employees in the Hotel Industry perceive the Talent management practices which can be based on their personal profile such as age, gender, qualification, experiences and Designation. A sample size of 100 was taken from 4,5- and 5-star deluxe hotels and ANOVA technique was administered to get the results. The results of the study shows that the designation and experiences of the respondents have effect on the opinions of talent management practices.

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