Apposite Execution of HR Strategy could diminish the Labor Turmoil in the RMG Sector of Bangladesh

Masud Al Noor, Saiful Islam Tanvir


The purpose of this study is to appraise the accessible Human Resource Management observes of RMG sector of Bangladesh in order to come up with comprehensive labor issues. The main objective of the study was to determine the employee’s performance in RMGs. A non-probabilistic sampling method, namely convenience sampling, was used in drawing sample for this study. Respondents were from various garment industries that were located in the Chittagong, Bangladesh. Both primary and secondary data were used for the purpose of the study. Opinions of the sample respondents as to the various aspects of employees’ performance were recorded on the Likert-type five point rating scales.

In the present study, we, therefore, used a basic scale as a measure of reliability. Here, we analyzed the data by employing simple correlation and path analysis. In the analysis, it is found that each of the factors such as individual related factors (IRF), job related factors (JRF); and organizational related factors (ORF)] has a strong positive correlation with employees’ performance (EP). In addition, the present study suggests some policy implications for formulating effective strategy for human resource development in Bangladesh and similar other countries.

Key Words: Labor, Turmoil, Ready-Made Garment (RMG), Bangladesh Garment Industry

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