In early 2020, many big and small companies have shown agility and resilience in the transition to digitalization and automation of the work model. The Covid pandemic is forcing almost every organization to immediately develop, adapt, improve remote work policies and procedures. The purpose of this research paper is to explore quantitatively the effectiveness of organizational culture profile on remote working model, and an attempt has been made to explore the challenges and benefits of remote working and to explore the change of role of HR during Covid-19. Some of the studies have been included in order to ascertain the framework of Organizational Culture Profile, Remote Working, and Role Change of Human Resource Managers. Factor analysis, Multiple regression, and various other parametric statistical tests have been used to reach a conclusion from the evidence obtained by extracting the data collected in relation to the present study. The present research also answers questions as Does organizational culture profile have a significant impact on the remote working model during the Covid-19 pandemic period? What are the major challenges and opportunities of working remotely during the Covid-19 lockdown? Does gender have any association with remote working? What are the major roles change HR undertake during Covid-19? From the research, it was found that remote working has been used to mitigate the negative impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on organizations productivity and it was also revealed that the Human Resource managers have undergone a major change of role in maximizing productivity, engagement, collaboration, satisfaction level and work-life balance of the employees. In the study, it was also found that there exists a significant association between the preference of remote working across gender.
Sami, S., & Roychowdhury, S. (2021). ASSESSING IMPACT OF COVID PANDEMIC ON ROLE TRANSITION AND EFFECTIVENESS OF REMOTE WORKING IN THE FACE OF CHALLENGES IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT. Journal of Emerging Technologies and Business Management, 10(1), 56. https://jetbm.imtnagpur.ac.in/journal/vol10/iss1/4