Employee and employer, both are major components of an organization. Each and every employee has different kinds of roles and responsibilities in an organization and they are hired to perform specific tasks which are bundled into a job. In modern economy, the term “employee” means a specific relationship between a corporation and an individual but it is different from the customer and client. Employee relations are very important in an organization. The term ‘employee relation’ refers to the relation between employer and employee. There are numerous factors that generate the level of power of an employer over its workers. The most important factor is the nature of contractual relationship between the employer and employee. This major relationship is dependent on three factors. They are control, interests and motivation. The employer’s responsibility is to manage all the three factors in an efficient way. This also enables a productive and harmonious working relationship within the organization between employer and employees.
The relationship between Human Resource Management and employees should also be good in any organization. The HRM plays a vital role in an organization as they are responsible for various activities in the organization such as recruitment, salary distribution and many others. The HRM should pay attention towards their employees and should manage all the grievances and appeals of the employees.
It is very important for all the HRM staff to arrange meetings periodically with the employees. It helps the employees motivate towards their works. They must be made aware about their duties. They should not be given extra work beyond their capability which might break the relation between the employer and employee.
This day stands for the international workers’ solidarity and is the soul of trade unions all over the world.