Essay Analysis

1870 Words Jul 4th, 2015 8 Pages
NAME: RAHUL SHAH

ID: 12122

SUBJECT: HRM531A

PROFESSOR: DR PAUL CHAO
HOMEWORK NO.: 1

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Design and implement of formal system in an organization to manage human talent for accomplishing organizational goal.

Functions:

The role of human resource management is to plan, develop, and administer policies and programmes designed to make expeditious use of an organisation’s human resources. It is that part of management which is concerned with the people at work and with their relationship within an enterprise.

Its objectives are:

Effective utilisation of human resources;
Desirable working relationships among all members of the organisation; and
Maximum individual development.
The major
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Job Analysis: Job analysis is the process of describing the nature of a job and specifying the human requirements, such as skills, and experience needed to perform it. The end product of the job analysis process is the job description. A job description spells out work duties and activities of employees. Job descriptions are a vital source of information to employees, managers, and personnel people because job content has a great influence on personnel programmes and practices.

Staffing: Staffing emphasises the recruitment and selection of the human resources for an organisation. Human resources planning and recruiting precede the actual selection of people for positions in an organisation. Recruiting is the personnel function that attracts qualified applicants to fill job vacancies. In the selection function, the most qualified applicants are selected for hiring from among those attracted to the organisation by the recruiting function. On selection, human resource functionaries are involved in developing and administering methods that enable managers to decide which applicants to select and which to reject for the given jobs.

Orientation: Orientation is the first step toward helping a new employee adjust himself to the new job and the employer. It is a method to acquaint new employees with particular aspects of their new job, including pay and benefit programmes, working hours, and company rules and expectations.

Training and Development:

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