International College of Technical Education.
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Human resource management (HRM) is the process of hiring, training, rewarding, developing policies for, and developing strategies for retaining talent. As a discipline, HRM has undergone many changes over the past two decades and plays an even more important role in today's organizations. HRM used to mean processing payslips, sending birthday gifts to employees, arranging company outings, and making sure forms were filled out correctly. In other words, HRM was a managerial role rather than a strategic role critical to the company's success. . At the beginning of this text, I must point out that every manager has a role to play in HR management. Just because we don't hold the title of HR manager doesn't mean we don't take on all, or at least some, of our HRM tasks. For example, most managers consider employee compensation, motivation, and retention, so these aspects are not only part of HRM, but also part of management.
Main features of human resources management.
Human Resource Management (HRM or HR) is a strategic and coherent approach to effectively and efficiently managing human resources within a business or organization to enable the business to gain competitive advantage. . The goal is to maximize employee performance to meet the employer's strategic goals. This course develops a critical understanding of the roles and functions of various HR activities in an organization and provides students with a comprehensive overview of key his HRM concepts, techniques and issues. Topics include job analysis and design, recruitment and selection, evaluation, performance management, occupational health and safety, her HRM's strategic contribution to organizational performance, and evaluation of HRM effectiveness. By working with contemporary case studies, students engage not only in collaborative and individual work processes, but also in communication and discourse characteristic of the HRM context and environment.
Develop the knowledge, skills and concepts necessary to solve real-world human resource management problems and problems.
Managing the employment relationship is a shared responsibility of employers, management, HR professionals and employees.
Identify the staffing needs of your organization or department.
Conduct a job analysis and create a job description from the job analysis. Evaluate procedures and practices for recruiting and selecting suitable employees.
Assess training needs and design effective orientation and training programs.
Discuss workplace health and safety programs and the role of employers and employees in enforcing health and safety policies and procedures.
Describes the responsibilities of management, HRM professionals, managers and employees when managing employment relationships in unionized or non-unionized environments.
The following topics will be covered in this course:
H.R.M developments, models and strategic direction. HRM structure, HR manager profile and competencies.
Personnel planning and career development.
Job analysis and job redesign.
Affirmative Action, Equal Employment Opportunity, Diversity Acceptance.
Recruitment, Selection, Dismissal
performance and evaluation. Compensation management.
Work and health protection.
training and development.
Audit of HRM. An assessment of her HRM contribution to the organization's competitiveness. Human Resources Information System (HRIS)