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Building A Robust HR Automation System at Manipal Health Enterprises Private Limited, Bengaluru

Journal: International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering Research and Development (IJMPERD ) (Vol.10, No. 3)

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Page : 6737-6750

Keywords : Compliance; Startups; Labor Laws; Ease of Doing Business; Gig Economy;

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Entrepreneurship is the pursuit of opportunity without regard to resources currently controlled (Eisenmann, 2013). It is often seen as the life source of an economy. To support this life source should be objective of any government. In its journey to development, the Indian government has in recent years implemented and amended many a legislation to improve the ease of doing business in the country. This paper attempts to understand the effectiveness of the same by conducting a study on startups in the IT sector of Bengaluru. By extensive literature review and interview of startup founders this paper aims to classify the major compliance issues faced by startups and identify the reasons for these issues. As a result of this study, five labor laws were identified to cause major compliance issues. Questions related to these acts and particular issues were compiled to formulate a questionnaire which was administered to a sample population with the help of a semi- structured interview. Such a structure allowed to get specific information as well as allowed an in-depth discussion regarding the topic. Some reasons identified as a result of the interview include lack of awareness, nature of the employees, gig economy, etc. The paper has tried to capture the opinions of the target group regarding the compliance environment in Bengaluru

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