By definition, HRM or Human Resources Management is the same around the world. It is the department of any company involved in attracting, recruiting, training, and retaining the best possible staff to get the job done.
To examine the status of HRM in India specifically, we need to look at some of the challenges faced by employees and organizations in India. For starters, there is an unhealthy tendency for employees to work long days, with a nine- or eleven-hour day not being uncommon for employees of various companies in India. This can easily lead to employees experiencing burnout and experiencing lowered productivity and possible mental health complications.
Another challenge arises from the fact that India's population is typically young. This means that there is a high number of employees entering the job market and competing for a limited number of jobs. It also means that there are less employees who have the decades of experience required to train newcomers and make executive decisions.
An additional challenge is that many of India's tertiary education institutions have not kept up to date with the spiraling growth in technology that has taken place in recent years. This means that many entrants to the job market do not have the skills that they will need to get ahead. This makes it difficult for HR departments to fill certain types of roles.