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Establishing
establishing employment involves the manager (or team) responsi9ble for hrm in making decisions about or taking action on......
*planning the organisations h/r needs
*recruitment of staff
*selection of staff
psr
Terminating
terminating employmment involes decisions about and taking action on......
*retirement
*resignation
*dismissal
*redundancy and retrenchment
drrr
Maintaining
maintaining employment involves decisions about and taking action on......
*induction of recuits
*incentive & motivation
*training
* carrer development
*the quality of working relationships
*employee relationships/industrial relations
iiitcte
the human recourse function covers 3 areas of the employment relationship(i.e between the org-n and emplyment)
establishing
maintaining
terminating
establishing
maintaining
terminating
the human recourse function covers 3 areas of the employment relationship(i.e between the org-n and emplyment)
visa/versa
human resource mangers need to be aware of developments in or changes to...
*workplace attitudes
(flexibility, employee expectations)
*developments in technology
(new skills needed)
legislation
(OH&S, workchoices)
*ESM
(ehtical and socially responsible management)
in general terms efective HRM in and org-n should be reflected in....
*good work performance
*job satisfaction among empployees
*low levels of absenteeism
*low levels of staff turnover
4 things
Recruitment
the process of attracting a pool of potential employees from which to then selsct those that match the org-n's human recourse needs
Induction
the process of familiarising a new memeber of staff with the organisation and it's envriroment...
this shoiuld include
*company's facilities
*physical layout
*key personnel
*org-n rules
*procedure
*culture
6 things
motivation
the personel drive to put effort into work and to achieve goals