Human beings are socialbeings and hardlyever live and work in isolation. We always plan, develop and manage our relations both consciously and unconsciously. The relations are the outcome of our actions and depend to a great extent upon our ability to manage our actions. From childhood each and every individual acquire knowledge and experience on understanding others and how to behave in each andevery situations in life. Later we carry forward this learning and understanding in carrying and managing relations at our workplace.
The whole context of Human Resource Management revolves around this core matter of managing relations at work place. Since mid 1980‘s Human Resource Management (HRM) has gained acceptance in both academic and commercial circle. HRM is a multidisciplinary organizational function that draws theories and ideas from various fields such as management, psychology, sociology and economics. There is no best way to manage people and no manager has formulated how people can be managed effectively, because people are complex beings with complex needs. Effective HRM depends very much on the causes and conditions that an organizational setting would provide. Any Organization hasthree basic components, People, Purpose, and Structure.