Bangladesh Apparel Professional Society (BAPS), a government approved registered umbrella organization to promote brand “Made in Bangladesh”, is working to enhance the capacity of mid-level management of the country’s apparel sector.
BAPS has completed their two back-to-back successful training sessions on ‘Challenges of HR in Apparel Sector’ and ‘Self Leadership Master Class’ on 29 December 2017 at hotel Orchard Suits at Banani in the capital.
BAPS president Major Md. Mizanur Rahman Khan (Retd) inaugurated the program with an introduction on BAPS to the training participants and BAPS General Secretary Gazi Salah Uddin Himel coordinated the program. The two training sessions covered by Mr. Quaseed Nusrat and Mr. Munshi Abdul Alim.
The speakers said, “Human resources involves strategic planning and management of employees to create a productive and motivated workforce. HR plays the role and acts as a bridge between the management and the employees”.
Speakers also said, “HR functions should develop smart, user-friendly, and effective staffing, development and compensation procedures to support the apparel sector.” Recently, BSAHRP has signed a MoU with Bangladesh Textile Today.
BAPS leaders informed their members that the association has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Textile Today to work together in different scopes of human capital transformation, branding and knowledge promotion. The members appreciated the initiative and looked forward to have effective joint programs and activities those would help sustainable development of the apparel industry.
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