ESPOUSAL VIRTUAL REALITY FOR FUTURE - A REVOLUTIONARY PERSPECTIVE IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT POST- COVID 19 PANDEMIC

Dr. (hc). D. M. Arvind Mallik

Abstract


Human Resource (HR) managers are always looking for technology that can improve their employee productivity and communication, particularly ones that are impactful and easy to deploy. Virtual Reality (VR) checks both those boxes. Large organizations and agile startups alike are using VR for everything from hiring to training to employee communication. A business is only as good as the employees it hires, so attracting the right candidates is an essential function of the HR department. The Covid-19 pandemic has turned the world upside down. Yet the virus has initiated perhaps the first stage of a good behavioural change and when Generation Z is now entering the workforce and as a generation often defined by their comfort around technology, it's predicted that they'll be looking for their future employers to keep up with the latest developments. This article provides a brief overview of existing published literature on how Virtual Reality will be handful use for many application and we are connecting how VR will have a positive impact on Human Resources professional from COVID 19 Pandemic

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HR, VR, Applications, Productivity, Employees, Technology, COVID 19 Pandemic

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