British Airways Case Study Essay

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British Airways Case Study
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Table of Contents Abstract iii Introduction 1 1.1 HR strategies for an organisation 1 1.2 Assessment of HR strategies and its application 1 British Airways HR strategies 2 2.1 Contemporary issues affecting SHRM 4 2.2 Analysis of contemporary issues affecting SHRM 5 Impact of the merger on SHRM at British Airways 5 Conclusion 6 References 7

This report is based on the employee relations at British Airways (BA). It includes four main HR strategies which are applicable to British Airways for resolving employee relation issue. Moreover, other HR strategies are also highlighted which are used in the organization. Moreover, merger of
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1.2 Assessment of HR strategies and its application
Employers in HR department assess actions of employees in a leadership style just as a leader looks at the action of his followers, HR department evaluates performance and gives feedback for improvement or training just as a leader guides his followers, and HR department counsels with employees and negotiates with them for solving their work or life issues in a leader style just as leader interact with his followers (Shamir, 2010, p.110). Researchers have concluded that non- monetary compensations are as important as monetary (Fogleman et al., 1999, p.15). It is important for the employees to have this sense of belonging and feeling that they are important, and their employers consider them a part of their success so that they can work for the organization with more passion and commitment. In modern age job seekers pay high attention to the fact that what non monetary compensation they are being offered. However, a good equilibrium between monetary and non monetary compensation is very necessary (Rynes & Gerhart, 2000, p.180).
British Airways HR strategies
Training and development
Learning and development is a HR strategy that creates a flexible environment by making employees learned and developing their behaviour for creating a trust-based relationship with their employers. It involves training. Training provides education to the employees and arranges various activities which

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