Essay on Cipd Hr Map

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REPORT TITLE: Overview of CIPD’s HR Profession Map
DATE: 18th October 2012

1.0 Introduction
This report has been produced for a new HR practitioner entering into Companies House. This report it outlines The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) HR Profession Map and how this feeds into timely and effective service delivery from professional HR practitioners. The HR Profession Map (HRPM) developed by CIPD is a useful wide-ranging visionary tool of how HR can add value to the organisation it operates in. The map covers skills, behaviours and knowledge that HR people require in order to become a successful HR professional. It also helps to identify areas that people may need to be developed. The map provides support to
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A formal meeting should be held within five working days of the grievance being received. Any grievance should be dealt with promptly in line with the ACAS code. There are lots of conflicting demands on HR, which range from trivial to crucial. The HR practitioner has to be able to maintain a system of prioritisation for all requests and ignore none. The practitioner should weigh up the impact of each and every request to the organisation, the individual and make their decisions accordingly.

2.2 Three Examples of Different Communication Methods and the Advantages and Disadvantages of each Employee Surveys – there are advantages for organisations that use workplace employee opinion surveys; they range from improvements to the workplace to measuring job satisfaction and engagement. The survey can also ask specific questions about workplace concerns, salaries, benefits or learning & development. Disadvantages are if the data from the survey is shelved and never acted upon and this defeats the fundamental purpose of the survey which is to gather information and measurements for human resource managers to create and implement new policies and procedures that will have a positive effect on the employees overall job satisfaction and working wellbeing. Email – advantages of using email is the speed of the communication to the customer or employee. Email is faster than the

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