Narendra Desai with actor Vicky Kaushal.
Narendra Desai with actor Vicky Kaushal.
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After industrialization, many companies replaced manpower with machines. In the thirst to double the production and yearn for more profit, machines were becoming “the employee of the year”.

Nevertheless, there are a few entrepreneurs who believe that manpower is and will be the most driving element of a successful company and Narendra Desai is one of them.

He believes that manpower is the wheel of a business.

Without manpower, the company’s productivity becomes low. “No business can operate with zero manpower. Even if we have machines for manufacturing yet we need a human to steer it,” said Desai.

The companies with maximum workforce yield high productivity which aids them in generating greater turnover. Yet the companies should be certain while appointing the personnel.

“One should be as fit as a fiddle while recruiting the employees. You should be aware of every skill that the candidate wields so that later you know how to use it optimally. If accurate recruitment fails, the business will drain down,” said Desai.

Various administration studies state the significance of how a well-managed group of employees can achieve the goal of the company and come through the market challenges victoriously.

Therefore, every company has an HR department that deals with managing the talent accurately by putting the right person in the right job. A company is also responsible for helping employees to maintain a healthy work-life balance.

The 5Ms of marketing states the utter importance of manpower in a company for its growth.

Being a social media influencer and also a prominent entrepreneur, Narendra Desai is a paragon for thousands. His stories and dialogues are lessons for many.

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