"VALIDATING THE PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS OF EMPLOYEE INCLUSIVITY IN TALENT MANAGEMENT PROCESS"

Authors

Dr. M. Dhanabhakyam (Professor & Dean) & Sowmya G
Bharathiar University.

Abstract

The concept of employee inclusivity stands as a more neglected lexicon in its practical applications. The more contentious situation is that employee inclusivity is considered more as a wit and contour. Employee exclusivity is widely appreciates for its ease of administration and its explicit benefits. But the concept of employee exclusivity thoroughly violates the humanistic and ethical components of talent management and affects the organizational health in a hazardous manner. In this study the researcher attempts to pinpoint the organizational advantages and challenges in adopting an inclusive framework for talent management. This study drawing data from IT employees uses confirmatory factor analysis and structural equation model to elicit the conceptualization of employee inclusivity and its impact on organizational health. The findings of this study can be used to gain more practical insights about operationalizing talent management in more inclusive style and related implications.