Analysis Of JGSO DHRM

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Register to read the introduction… JGSO DHRM also functions as front-liner for Iskandar Regional Development Authority (IRDA) in preparing the civil servants as well as the state itself for, among others, the facilities improvements and opportunities prospect enhancement, developed by IRDA. Besides that, JGSO DHRM, corresponding with the implementation of QE 5S, aims to progress the quality of documentation and management of inventory. JGSO DHRM is also responsible in developing state public service organisation through organisations’ restructuring aligned with current responsibility scope to function optimally. JGSO DHRM also ensures the best approach of human capital management is used to improve civil servants’ efficiency and effectiveness through systems development and latest practices based on principles, ethics as well as norms standardization that have been deemed as. Finally but not least, JGSO DHRM ensures the employee-employer relationships are harmonized through information dispersion are wholly done to recuperate mutual understanding between …show more content…
The expenditure is solely from Human Resources Development Unit (HRDU) alone, not including five other units in JGSO DHRM. This expenditure is spent aiming to gain high return in qualitative aspects. These qualitative aspects among others are job performance, creativity, innovation, cooperation, policy understanding and others. As this expenditure is only from one unit, excluding other units’ expenditure, financial management in this particular public sector is a vital part in managing JGSO DHRM. The objective of training and induction is to enable civil servants to acquire the knowledge, skills, abilities and attitudes necessary to enable them to improve their performance. Staff training and development should focus on the departments’ objectives and goals and staffs’ competencies in achieving them. The funds in ensuring human resources development are efficiently progressing are allocated yearly. These allocations are given after a brief, nonspecific analysis of expenditure is proposed to apply for a yearly budget. The real problem occurs when funds are proven to be insufficient towards the end of the year or there is an excess amount of funds as the year finishes. This shows that there is no formulation or method of finding an optimum value of expenditure per month to fully utilize the allocations given by the state

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