The aim of this paper is to examine the HR practices in insurance sector of Bangladesh. The importance of HR has been well recognized for the productivity and quality management of the concerned. We use the structural questionnaire for primary data that includes various dimensions on HR. The study also uses secondary data for theoretical development of the paper. For finding the result, the necessary statistical measures include 5 point likert scale, mean, and rank are used in the study. The research results show that the HR practices in Bangladesh insurance sector do not provide positive effect on the productivity of insurance organization and employees’ satisfaction. These results could be useful for national entrepreneur of insurance business and policy
makers that seek to improve the productivity and quality as they suggest the need for implementation of simulative policies for the development of insurance industry.
Keywords: HRM, Training, Performance, and Job satisfaction