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Top ten challenges with human resources in Nepal

so here are lists of challenges in managing associates while running Digital Max Solutions, a Website development company and an online branding firm.

1) People take the job as a training first – execution of their responsibilities second(they are less inclined to feel responsible for their jobs). So tell them bluntly about this distinction when you hire them.

2) Competent manpower hard to retain for more than a year. Expect short term. Build for mid term, hope for long term. Try calling employees —> associates. It may make all the difference.

3) Some people work hard to impress you during the early months of their career with you, and then once they win your trust, start slacking off noticeably (intentionally /unintentionally). So build regular incentive packages and compare their contribution with new people regularly (through statistics, earnings etc)

4) In Kathmandu you would have to invest most of your resources on infrastructure management, insurance and backup/security of the infrastructure, leaving not much resources for human resources trainings and career development. The only

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To recruit better people in Nepal, heed this simple tip.

I must say, this past few months, i spent more time on human resources (HR) management than on Business development. We have not been effective in finding a good human resource manager for our IT business.

I see this as an industry wide problem in Nepal. Headaches!

My suggestion to you is if you want to start a company of 15 or more people. Pay some more time and money to find an “excellent” Human resource manager. Your headache will go down by half. I will vouch for this.

At DMS, we are trying to bring in experienced Human resource manager who also has experience with the information technology (terribly difficult to get this qualification). We hope that this position will create a bridge between the management and technical developers working with us.

How has been your experience in creating a Human resource department or hiring a HR manager ?