RECRUITMENT CONSULTING, HUMAN RESOURCE (HR) BIAS, AND THE ESSENCE OF EFFECTIVE HIRING PROCESS POLICY Executive Summary The current research delves into investigating the source of bias, as well as best policy considerations during recruitment process. Bias is a major issue for human resource and talent managers which can lead to prejudiced decisions and actions, which … Read more
Introduction The objective of this article is to perform an analysis of the merit system addressing the perspective of management, which forces us to question ourselves on how to make the human resources system work in the specific framework of the multiple and heterogeneous organizations that make up our public administrations. The analysis of this … Read more
Introduction. Having recently been taken over by Softbank, microchip design company ARM Holdings, they recognise the need for innovative designers that will help maintain the firm’s reputation as the world leader in Microchip design. The strategic plan is to double the workforce recruiting the brightest chip designers. Within the first 2 years they have increased … Read more
Introduction Talent is the only differentiator for organization’s success in a global, complex, extremely viable and dynamic environment. In the early 1990s since a group of McKinsey coined the phrase War for Talent, the theme of talent management (TM) has grown to be one of the vibrant matters for managing academics, practitioners and consultants as … Read more
The UK government wants to reduce unemployment to help the economy. One way that the government is helping the tight labour market is apprenticeships. The government UK website states that apprenticeships combine practical training in a job with study. To encourage employers to provide apprenticeship – and to raise additional funds to improve the quality … Read more
CHAPTER-I INTRODUCTION The aim of this research is to study the role of peer relationship in career development. Today’s employees are more career conscious than ever. Peer are play important role in individuals career development. Peer Relationship is helping to organization as well. Peers are mentoring to achieving individuals or as well as organization too. … Read more
The advent of globalisation has caused a huge increase in the number of international businesses in the world, which, in turn, has led to an increase in the demand for employment. However, there have been some changes, both in the workforce itself and in the human resource management of firms. For example, the new generation … Read more
1. Introduction Human resource is pivotal for every organization. Talented workforce is essential to meet organizational goals and achieve competitive edge in the industry. Every company needs to recruit right people for the right job and retain talented employees for strategic talent management. Employees are considered asset of every organization because without having required KSA … Read more
Suppose you are responsible to conduct performance appraisals at your workplace. Discuss what are the issues you might face and how would you solve it? (25 marks) The common problem with appraisals is that an employee’s excessive strength during the discussion review has a large amount of negative information that they did not hear during … Read more
The advantages of implementing IT for Human Resource Functions are: 1. Simple Time Tracking / Scheduling It can be a catastrophe if your company faces an avalanche of license applications, so managing them is essential for any company. Human resource technology helps you avoid this disaster by tracking the information behind the absence. Plus, it … Read more
Main activities, input from managers, impact of tech on HRM, how HRM affects organisational success, how it impacts employee behaviour.
Introduction Human Resource Management plays an important role in any organisation. Focusing on the importance of HRM there are four key areas that will be covered. Internal and External Environments and examples of those from a Human Resource Perspective. Diversity & Inclusion in the workplace with HRM strategies and discussion on Dublin Bus and Diversity … Read more
Task 1 Explain the difference between personnel management and human resource management Human Resource Management: Human resources is the company department charged with finding screening recruiting and training join applicants as well as administering employee benefits programs. As companies recognize to gain competitive edge human resource plays a key role in helping companies deal with … Read more
Introduction The purpose of this report is to give insight of human resource planning, staffing, recruitment and related issues of Walmart, and find out how they carry out these HR practices. Firstly there is a brief introduction about the company and the HR planning of the company has been discussed afterward. Then the report discuss … Read more
Every challenges faced by managers in human resource department (HRM) would be employee turnover issues on retaining valuable workers in the organization. The need for employee retention is an essential element for every company to thrive in the long run as they reflect the productivity performance. However, the issues of employee turnover can be a … Read more
As organizations are part of the context in which career development occurs, career management is a major responsibility for organizations (De Vos et. al., 2009). Different practices in order to implement organizational career management (OCM) exist, including mentoring schemes, career workshops, and succession planning (Inkson et. al., 2015). However, nowadays, careers are more unpredictable and … Read more
Within this answer, I am going to discuss the definition of diversity management as well as giving an example of a business case discussed in one of our lectures and giving a few suggestions of ways in which, a business can create and maintain a diverse workforce. Diversity management can be defined as when a … Read more
Human resource management plays a key role in organizational performance. Selection and recruitment, training and development , appraisal, rewards, career management, improving conditions, communication, negotiation are so many human resource management practices, these practices are largely used in the companies of today. No doubt that organizations internationally and nationally are determined for achievement and high … Read more
Human Resource Management (HRM) was referred to by most companies as involving people practices, for it refers to the policies, practices, and systems that influence employee’s behavior, attitude, performance, and professionalism. All HR practices require effective communication processes and strategies necessary in contributing to the performance of the company. The practices that are included in … Read more
What is national culture? Please critically discuss the effect of (national) culture on Human Resource Management using two of the cultural dimensions developed by Geert Hofstede. Please illustrate your answer with examples. In this question, I will answer it on what is national culture, and in the way it will affect the area of Human … Read more
Introduction This study examines the factors impacting changes in the global environment of Company A which is a Chemical Production Organization and their HR strategies, policies and practices. Company A was established in 1986, this company produces chemical cleaning and maintenance products for the domestic, commercial, institutional and industrial Market. Its main product is Liquid … Read more
HRM is a organisational function that will focus on the management of Auto-Elec employees and also the recruitment and selection process. It will increase employee performance to the highest level in respect to their role within Auto-Elec, whilst also providing direction for all employees by concentrating on the practices and policies that directly affect their … Read more
The aim is to investigate about the HR issues that require addressing and incorporating into the general development strategy of Paul Jones Ltd. SWOT Analysis has helped to understand the strengths, issues, weaknesses and helped in categorizing it into internal and external factors that the organization ought to consider. The parts of HRM issues and … Read more
The service sector uses people as the main tool to offer the services to the customers the best possible way. It is important for the companies to invest in the human asset. The company has successfully developed its services. From a small family business to a respected company on the field, it plans many events … Read more
Executive Summary The importance of the quality of employees to an organization’s mission, vision and objectives cannot be jettison, due to the fact that, it takes quality, efficient and well trained employees to achieve the goals and objectives of an organization. Sustainability ranks high among the issue most organizations are concerned about, which involves the … Read more
INTRODUCTION Leadership style which supports the organisation’s HR strategy and practices are essential elements in producing balanced psychological contracts which not only benefits the employees but the employer as well. When the style of the leader is not in synchronisation with the HRM practices, it can lead to lower level of employees performance due to … Read more
Introduction In September 1943, with just two employees and two thousand rupees, Mr. Advani started Blue Star Engineering Company. At the time, he was thirty years old, and world war II was well underway. It could only be his confidence and ambition that carried him through. Seeing opportunity where others saw difficulty, he built a … Read more
Introduction Variations in human resource management (HRM) policy and practices are discussed in the context of understanding why such differences exist within different organisations, and what the driving influences are behind any differences. Definitions Human resource management (HRM) policies are continuing guidelines on the approach an organisation intends to adopt in managing its employees. They … Read more
A critical appraisal of the “best practice” and the “best fit” approach in HRM – A Lincoln Electric case study analysis – 1. Introduction The discussion between promoters of best practice and best fit approaches has sparked widespread controversy in the human resource management (HRM) area. The topic has gained much scholarly attention because it … Read more
Human Resource Management (HRM) holds the most responsibility in ensuring equality and diversity objectives are achieved in the workplace. Diversity objectives are aimed at integrating different characteristics – such as, gender, race and age – into the organisation (Geber, 1992; Noon and Ogbonna, 2001). Equality objectives are to avoid discrimination and to treat all the … Read more
INTRODUCTION This essay has four parts; First part is the introduction part, second part is the main body of the essay which have two parts. The first part is the assessment of the Human Resources (HR) challenges and issues faced by the hospitality and tourism sector which are; Rapid technological change, Recruitment, high labour turnover … Read more
Introduction Organizations are made of among others, human resources (HR) which is the most valuable asset in today’s dynamic world. Indeed, it is people and not organizations that constitute an organization. Achievement of organization’s objectives depends on the individually and collective efforts put in by its work force. Human resources management (HRM) may be defined … Read more
ABSTRACT The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between the psychological contract and job satisfaction. Companies that invest more efforts in achieving higher level psychological contract between their employees, employer and organization have more satisfied employees in the organization. The research design is descriptive in nature. A convenient sampling has been used … Read more
Introduction The objectives of this report are to look at the Human Resource Management (HRM), Human Resource Planning and Development (HRP & D), and Performance of McDonald’s restaurant. Furthermore, it explains the human resource management activities, models of human resource management, effectiveness of organisational objectives, performance monitoring of McDonald’s restaurant. The human resources of any … Read more
Value propositions are defined as an area that an organisation will choose to excel in in order to gain competitive advantage and become an industry leader. (Treacy & Wiersema, 1993). Treacy and Wiersema, 1993, suggests that there are three generic value propositions (disciplines) that a firm can choose to focus upon in order to succeed … Read more
Critical Literature Review: How can the term ‘Human Resource planning’ be linked to best work practices in a successful Indian Multinational? Introduction The present research question examines how the practice of Human Resource planning is counted as one the best practices in a successful Multinational. A successful H.R management in a multinational company usually means … Read more
Answer to subject 2 2.1) Employee orientation is a basic process which gives the new employee the opportunity to take key information ,understand services and programs of the organization and in the same time learn about his/her duties, conditions of employment and the organization structure and culture (Jobsetc.gc.ca,. “Employee Orientation – Human Resources Management For … Read more
Abstract Achieving the balance between work and personal life is becoming increasingly difficult due to the pressure current society has placed on individuals. This paper attempts to define what work/life balance is and identifies the benefits it can bring from both employer and employee perspectives. It also examines the complications in achieving the balance between … Read more
This paper studies, lack of training and development of employees and its impact on employee performance at Ministry of Health. In order to, develop a better understanding of training and development and factors affecting training and development. The paper includes a review of the literature and theories related to training and development. The adopt research … Read more
A report on the Human Resource Management Practices At Tescos Executive summary This report reviews and discusses the Human Resource policies and practices at Tescos. The organisation has introduced a high commitment model which offers training and development to all employees. They have developed their culture through extending their logo every little helps to prove … Read more
1.1 Introduction In human resource management, career planning targets to recognize necessity, desire and chances for ones’ career and the execution of developing human resources programs to maintain the career. The career planning process includes contribution from both the company and the person himself. Thus, it is important that a person knows his skills and … Read more
Introduction: (157 words) Employee relations is vital component of human resource management, it is a amalgamation of studying relationships between employers, employees an eternal entities. To study these aspects there are three main perspectives which are unitarism, pluralist and radical. in this essay these perspectives will be discussed in great depth and will critically assess … Read more
The changes in the workplace has a remarkable impact on HR professionals. The changes in the external environment will result in changes to HR function. Greater focus has been made on temporary workers recruitment, strategic planning and pay scales as well as performance appraisals due to changes in the work structure. The HR professionals and … Read more
According to Lepak and Gowan (2010), strategically managing employees (individuals who work for a company and have the abilities to make it successful) refer to a company’s ability to successfully attract (proper staffing), develop (monitoring, reporting, training and appraisal of performance) as well as retain (reward, renumeration and incentives) talented employees. By strategically managing employees, … Read more
Literature review: The role of a Human Resource department is ever changing in today’s volatile business environment. Over the years HR have become strong strategic partners within an organization by providing functions such as recruitment, training and development and retention. Human Resources in order to be strategic works directly with all levels of management in … Read more
Introduction Steel Co. have been struggling in recent years due to poor trading conditions and financial performance this has resulted in cost saving strategies being implemented which had caused hard Human Resource Management. There are approximately 65 people working within the firm on a full time and permanent basis as well as employees who are … Read more
INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: Human Resource Management in the India and UK Background of the Essay In this essay. I am selecting a topic which comes under International Human Resource Management. This essay will focus on human resource management practices in India and the UK. India is one of the fastest growing economy in the … Read more
JULY–AUGUST 2018 ARTICLE HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW The Other Diversity Dividend By: Paul Gompers and Silpa Kovvali In this article, Paul Gompers and Silpa Kovvali examine the improved effectiveness of a diverse company, specifically in the Venture Capital industry. The authors discuss the history of the venture capital industry, illustrating how the bedrock of its tradition … Read more
26 November 2015 Abstract In today’s dynamic environment the demand for professional and highly skillful workforce are necessary for every organization to perform well in this environment. The employees need to be trained and the development of an employee to be highly skilled is essential. The research proposes how the employee performance can be enhanced … Read more
By definition, the term ‘strategic human resource management’ (SHRM) refers to the process involving the use of various overarching methods in developing HR strategies, in which such strategies are vertically-integrated with the business strategy and horizontally-integrated with each other (Szlavicz & Berber, 2013; Cania, 2014). Existing literature on SHRM have presented evidences on its importance … Read more
Introduction Compensation is a process which includes both the monetary as well as the non-monetary benefits provided to the employees by an employer. It refers to all forms of financial returns, tangible services and benefits employees receive as part of their employment. Compensation Management can thus be defined as “the process of designing and implementing … Read more
1. Introduction Human resources play a key role in the existence of sports clubs and facilities, as they require specific certified employees (Mihaela, Veronica, & Dana, 2014). Especially, coaches are the most in demand and influential people for a given sport. Thus, it is critical for an organization to effectively develop and manage their coaches. … Read more
1.0 Introduction Human Resource Management (HRM) policies is collaboration on strategy between HR and the organisation’s leadership to be effective and success by reviewing on its human capital. AccorHotels value is based on its human capital which driven the quality of employees by HRM functions, policies and procedures towards a sustaining business as a world’s … Read more
Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION 1.0 Background of the Study Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) human capital is the core foundation that plays an important role to ensure security and safety in Malaysia’s territorial water. RMN trains its personnel to be versatile and turns them into a highly technology-centric force. This is to meet the demand for … Read more
Literature Review The support reward elements in the work environment is a term used to explain total rewards (Stanz, Bussin, & Smit, 2015). A total rewards strategy is important to employers because it can improve human resources results. A total reward benefit program can retain and maintain employees at a company. These rewards can help … Read more
4.1 Introduction This chapter specifically presents, descriptively analyzes and summarizes the findings of the data gathered from the companies that have employed electronic human resource management in their systems. It is for the purpose of determining how effective is the E-HRM in modern human resource management practice? The findings of the study constitute the level … Read more
Introduction This essay will tell the reader the general ideas of what is Human Resources Management strategy and its relation with a business strategy. In the report (Mayhew, 2016) said in an ideal world, there is not a line drawn in the sand between human resources strategy and business strategy, a successful business owner realizes … Read more
Determine HRM’s role in the performance management process & how to ensure the process aligns with the organization’s strategic plan.
1.0 Introduction Most of the company has spread information about the global knowledge in the organization. Company that step in a global market can gain more opportunities compare to the competitor. Expatriate was a person who has a citizenship in one country, but living in another country because of some reason. They will stay at … Read more
Throughout the years, worker distress and disturbances has shaken numerous associations the world over and non-inclusion of representatives in the basic leadership roles and decision making process has represented a large number of these. Basic leadership in associations has been the safeguard of management without the contribution of those on the lower rungs of the … Read more
Different ways in which HR objectives can be delivered in organisations Human resource (HR) management has become a strategic part of most businesses, which not only enables the department to take part in strategic decision-making, but also demands more from it. The role of HR vary from business to business, depending on its size, structure, … Read more
New technologies and expanding of globalization led to increasing of businesses, therefore the role of Human Resource Management has become more important than it was before. HRM passed through a lot of change since from its inception in middle 1960. HRM in Talent Management perspective is one of the most important practices in Organizational structure. … Read more
The goal of MANG 330 is to provide fundamental knowledge of human resource concepts and how they can be applied in today’s workplace. Human resource involves the strategic use of human assets by protecting them and increasing productivity. Since human assets are the most valuable assets in any organization and the scope of the human … Read more
Introduction Performance Management (PM) is defined as a strategic and systematic approach to achieve sustainable success to organisations by improving the performance of the employees and developing the abilities of team players and individual (Armstrong and Barron, 1998). In this paper, the author would propose a PM system that is applicable to the Dolphin Logistics … Read more
The support reward elements in the work environment is a term used to explain total rewards (Stanz, Bussin, & Smit, 2015). A total rewards strategy is important to employers because it can improve human resources results. A total reward benefit program can retain and maintain employees at a company. These rewards can help an … Read more
Human Resource Management is the term used to describe formal systems invented for the management of people in an organization. The job of a Human Resource Manager falls under three major areas which are staffing, employee compensation and benefits, and defining work. The purpose of Human Resource Management is to maximize the productivity of an … Read more
EVOLUTION AND EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES FOR HUMAN RESOURSE EFFECTIVENESS Abstract: In the previous quite a few years, innovation has dramatically affected human asset administration (HR) procedures and practices. For instance, innovation, particularly the World Wide Web, has changed numerous HR forms including human asset arranging, enlistment, determination, execution administration, work process, and remuneration. These new frameworks … Read more
2.1 Introduction Saudi Arabian Airlines was founded in 1945. At the time, there was only one dual-engine DC-3 (Dakota) HZ-AAX aircraft presented to Abdul Aziz as a gift by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. In a matter of several months, Saudi Arabian Airlines continued to procure two DC-3s and then, in the years to come, these … Read more
Introduction “To be the Earth’s most customer-centric company, where customers can find and discover anything they might want to buy online, and endeavours to offer its customers, the lowest possible price (Amazon, 1995).” Amazon, founded by Jeff Bezos, is a Fortune 500 e-commerce company based in Seattle which originally started out as an online bookstore. … Read more
The word “deviance” is related to the root for “deviate” which means to wander off track. In sociology, our concern is just as much with what keeps people on the line as it is about people getting off it. When people see individuals behaving outside the norm, in both senses (mathematical and sociological), they tend … Read more
“Culture is formed out of the ‘condition’ of human experience and human imagining.” (Lewis, 2002) As time has progressed, the way in which people view the world has changed. The rise in multi-national companies has seen an increasing number of researchers assessing whether the huge number of global cultures can be “reduced to a more … Read more
Nestle is the biggest nutrition company in the world having been in operation since 1866 when Henrie Nestle in Switzerland founded it. The company provides employment to more than half a million employees in around 130 countries around the world where they provide a variety of products from coffee to chocolate and many more. Their … Read more
Questionnaire: A questionnaire is a research instrument consisting of a series of questions and other prompts for the purpose of gathering information from respondents. Questionnaires are a survey instrument through which individuals respond to printed questions. c) Interviews: Interviews means one or more series of active interchanges between two or more people. They can be … Read more
In a world of rapid change obsolescence is an interminable danger. As technology replaces more of the hands-on work, more employees will be dedicated to service functions where they will spend more time face-to-face with co-employees and customers. Organizational formats in the New Economy require more general skills. Due to complexity and scale of jobs … Read more
Human Resource Management is the term used to describe formal systems invented for the management of people in an organization. The job of a Human Resource Manager falls under three major areas which are staffing, employee compensation and benefits, and defining work. The purpose of Human Resource Management is to maximize the productivity of an … Read more
Does one size fit all? As the competitive edge of the global business environment increases, organizations are keeping a close eye on their human resource to gain competitive advantage. Human resource management (HRM) is a constantly changing process which provides a framework that supports organisation’s business goals. The logic behind this essay will attempt to … Read more
1-INTRODUCTION In a competitive era which is lead by globalization and technology in the last few decades has increased the need of information system. Because of this Organizations have started to use information systems in various functions and department. Human resources management is one of the departments that mostly use management information system. Human resource … Read more
Task 1.1) Introduction: Selecting an organization to apply the human resource management for answering questions & doing case studies. A Beauty industry is my choice as an example for doing this assignment. The difference between personnel management and Human resource management: Managing people: Personnel management is mainly focused on managing people only. Human resource management … Read more
Introduction Planning of Human Resources (HR) is an important aspect for the HR management. It provides assurances against many doubts in the future of organizations. For e.g., it controls employee needs, rationally predicts the company’s future manpower needs, avoids oversupply of employees and saves from cost errors. Although the process of work force Planning is … Read more
Report How an HR strategy should be developed and delivered in support of an organisation’s overall strategic plan? Introduction Mercedes Benz is a famous automobile brand and a division of the Daimler AG founded 91 years ago by Karl Benz and Gottlieb Daimler. The headquarters is located in Stuttgart, Germany. Daimler AG have offices … Read more
Introduction Human Resource Management (HRM) is the function within an organization that focuses mainly on the utilization of individuals by acquiring, training, appraising, compensating, and managing employees in order to achieve its organizational goals efficiently and effectively. HRM is the main structure of a company. It works strategically, relying on the company’s past experience, … Read more
HUMAN RESOURCES PROJECT MANAGEMENT sponsors, customers, project team members, support staff, suppliers supporting the project 1. Planning human resource management involves identifying and documenting project roles, responsibilities, and reporting relationships. The main output of this process is a human resource plan. 2. Acquiring the project team involves assigning the needed personnel to work on … Read more
The job analysis objective is to analyze the duties, skills required, and functions of a job position. The goal of a job analysis to secure the necessary job data for human resource management, specifically job descriptions (Economic Research Institute, 2012). It is vital that job positions be analyzed every few years as jobs roles … Read more
Introduction Human Resource Management (HRM) plays a huge role in an organisation. HRM can be used to manage both the formal and informal structure in an organisation. Which can be used as a strategy to increase efficiency when correctly managed. Nowadays, with increasing competition around the globe, companies begin to expand internationally to form … Read more
Human Resource Management: A case study on Olam Resources Introduction Over the past couples of decades, Human Resource Management (HRS) has undergone a plethora of transformations in terms of divers of the role of today’s organizations. Today Human Resource Management deals with not only administrative traditional functions in the organizations but also concerned with … Read more
PastINDUSTRY PROFILE The business services industry includes those companies providing business-related services to other companies. Companies belonging to this industry provide a variety of different services, such as marketing, advertising, legal services, consulting, logistic, shipping, staffing, human resources, leasing, outsourcing, facility management and security etc. The Business Services is a highly fragmented industry. Its … Read more
This chapter specifically presents, descriptively analyzes and summarizes the findings of the data gathered from the companies that have employed electronic human resource management in their systems. It is for the purpose of determining how effective is the e-hrm in modern human resource management practice? The findings of the study constitute the level of … Read more
PaOrganisational Behaviour Project Ryanair Cillian O’ Riordan C16433024 Josh Raymond C16376006 Raymond Rogers C16354673 Aoibhe O’Reilly C16410404 Section 1- Introduction Ryanair History: In thirty-two years Ryanair, has grown from a small regional airline with twenty-five employees to Europe’s largest airline. Set up by the Ryan family in 1985 Ryanair provided a single service operating … Read more
Strategy is concerned with the long-term direction and scope of the organisation, specifically the important issues to be considered going forward (Johnson et al., 2011). The term strategic management is much broader and can be described as a process carried out prior to the creation of a strategy. Strategy and strategic management are distinguishable … Read more
Summary Human resources are the most valuable resource of the organization. Taking into account globalization, the speed at which the world is changing, the specific services and commodities that people need, crises and etc. Human resource skills can help businesses build new strategies for organizations development. Table of Contents Summary……………………………………………………………………………………..2 Introduction………………………………………………………………………………….4 Purpose and scope … Read more
Strategic Human Resource Management in Healthcare and Environmental Design Misty Colvin HSAD 710: Strategic Management of Healthcare Systems University of South Dakota, Beacom School of Business September 6, 2016 Strategic Human Resource Management in Healthcare and Environmental Design Corporate sustainability, or a healthcare organization’s ability to create “an enduring competitive advantage” (Sadatsafavi & Walewski, … Read more
In today's changing world, organizations are going through rapid changes in every sphere. The rate of change has increased to the limits of our endurance. Individual employees all over the world are constantly conformed to new and more complex working environmental forces, demanding new level of knowledge, improved skills and better understanding. An enterprise … Read more
Abstract Within the frame of this coursework will be considered the modern approaches in human resource management in international business. Analyzed the main methods of the staffing activity within recruitment and selection of employees for purposes of multinational companies and the influences it has on their further development. The structure of work is presented … Read more
Human Resources Management is “all managerial action carried out at any level regarding the organization of work and the entry, development and exit of people in the organization so that their competencies are used at their best in order to achieve corporate objectives”. (KAMALF) This counts the responsibilities and tasks of HR facing many challenges … Read more
PepsiCo is a very famous company. It has a strong brand identity. Given its popularity in the market and by looking at its strategies as listed in the website, reported by employees and shared in the interview, it is clear that the company seeks for welfare of all its employees. All its strategies are focused … Read more
INTRODUCTION “Human resources are the energies, knowledge and skills of people which are applicable to the production of goods or rendering useful services. It is the method of measuring and identifying and about human resources and communicating the information to interested persons or parties.” According to Leon C. Megginson human resource is “The total … Read more
1. Important of equality and diversity in UAE. Equality and diversity are two interrelated concepts. Equality in workplace means that all employees are treated equally without any kind discrimination and given the same opportunities despite of their age, gender, race and sex and diversity means that the organization actively welcomes employees belonging to various backgrounds … Read more
HMYY 1. ASSIGNMENT Description of the case: In the dating industry HMYY(short for Haven’t Met You Yet) was a market leader. Their unique proposition was their invention of a online dating tool which has a pre-selection tool based on physical features, traits and other matching relevant characteristics. With this tool the speed dating was much … Read more
A number of forces have shaped HR in Belgium during the past 50 years which has led a mature and advance level of professionalization. Because of highly developed social legislation system the leading figures of the social partners- government, management and labour unions recognised each other as partners and laws are focused on protecting … Read more
THE IMPACT OF ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT ON EMPLOYEE PRODUCTIVITY 1. INTRODUCTION Generally a system is a set of parts that interact and affect each other, thereby creating a larger whole of a complex thing .Systems thinking uses concepts to develop an understanding of the interdependent structures of dynamic systems. System thinking can be defined as a … Read more
About Human Resource Management
The main Human Resource Management practices and the importance of each HRM function are:
Recruitment and selection
Recruitment is the process of attracting, screening, and selecting potential and qualified candidates based on objective criteria for a particular job. The purpose of this process is to attract qualified applicants and encourage unqualified applicants to choose for themselves.
Before starting the recruitment process, companies should make the right plans and should grade the number of employees they will need. Employee appreciation should be based on the organization’s annual budget and the organization’s short-term and long-term goals.
The recruitment and selection process is very important in every organization because it reduces the costs of mistakes such as incompetent behaviour, underqualified employees. Filing an unqualified candidate and hiring a new employee is again an expensive process.
Many organizations do not provide a thorough orientation to new employees. This is the basic step to help a new employee adjust himself to the employer and his new job. The employee orientation program should include the goals and objectives of the organization and how the employee can help to achieve the long-term and short-term goals of the organization.
Providing intensive employee orientation is one of the key functions of human resource management. The program should help the employee know his or her assigned roles and the exact job description, job role, and the relationship of the position to other positions in the organization. This provides clarity to the employee to take an active role in the organization.
Maintaining good working conditions
It is the responsibility of the human resource management to provide good working conditions to the employee so that they may like the workplace and the work environment. It is the fundamental duty of the HR department to motivate the employees. The study has been found that employees don’t contribute to the goals of the organization as much as they can. This is because of the lack of motivation.
Human resource management should come up with a system to provide financial and non-financial benefits to the employee from the various departments. Employee welfare is another concept which should be managed by HR team. Employee welfare promotes job satisfaction.
Managing employee relations
Employees are the pillars of any organization. Employee interaction is a broad concept and it is one of the important functions of human resource management. It will also help to maintain good employee relationships. Be able to influence work behaviours and outputs.
Management should organize activities that help to identify an employee at the personal and professional level. A well-planned employee relationship will promote a healthy and balanced relationship between the employee and the employer. This is the key to a success organization.
Training and development
Training and development are what human resource management functions need. It is an attempt to improve an employee’s present or future performance by increasing an employee’s ability by increasing a person’s skills or knowledge of a particular subject. This is really crucial to a company to maximize their employees performance so they can minimize the employees cost to enhance the organizational performance
Key themes and topics when writing an essay on Human Resource Management (HRM):
- The importance of effective Human Resource Management: How well-managed HR practices can ensure better productivity, growth, and success for an organization.
- The role of HR in developing an organization’s culture and values: How HR can help shape the environment and behavior of employees in an organization.
- Recruiting, training and retaining talent: How HR needs to be involved in attracting and retaining the best talent available in the market.
- The importance of employee engagement and motivation: How HR can help foster a positive and productive work environment through incentives, recognition, and rewards.
- The role of HR in managing employee performance: How HR should focus on providing feedback and counseling in order to help employees improve their performance.
- The role of HR in managing conflict and disputes: How HR should be involved in resolving disputes between employees and management.
- The importance of compliance and legalities: How HR should ensure that the organization is compliant with applicable laws and regulations.
- The role of HR in managing labor relations: How HR should be involved in facilitating a positive working relationship between labor and management.
- The importance of HR technology: How HR should leverage technology to streamline and improve processes.
- The role of HR in creating an ethical work environment: How HR should ensure that employees are treated fairly and ethically.