Human Resource Management Essay

3346 Words Apr 7th, 2013 14 Pages
Mattu Sampath Kumar Registration I12EMDL4964. Course: Executive Master Program in Business Administration. Duration : 1 Year.

Semester-1 Part One

Human Resource Management

Section A

1. It is a cultural attitude marked by the tendency to regard one’s own culture as superior to others c. Ethnocentrism 2. It is the systemic study of j ob requirements & those factors that influence the performance of those j ob requirement s a. Job analysis 3. This Act provides an assistance for minimum statutory wages for scheduled employment b. Minimum Wages Act, 1948 4. __________ is the actual posting of an employee to a specific job b. Placement 5. Broadening an individual’s knowledge, skills & abilities for future responsibilities is known as
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Determination of the right quality and quantity of different types of human resource assets required by the organization to meet its current and future requirements. Determining and implementing business policies and practices that are best suited to acquire, develop, retain effectively the human resources in the organization. Recruitment of people. Ongoing management of activities related to remuneration of people and development and maintenance of right organizational culture and work environment, conducive to effective and efficient working of people as individuals and as groups. Providing support for recruitment of the required people in the organization. Providing support for decision making on increment, promotions, transfer and other similar people related decisions in the organization. Providing support for ongoing development and training of the people, in line with requirement of the organization and the current availability of skills and capabilities. Pervasive Force: HRM is pervasive in nature. Ii is present in all enterprises. It permeates all levels of management in an organization Action Oriented: HRM focuses attention on action rather than on record keeping, written procedures or rules. The problems of employees at work are solved through rational policies. Individually Oriented: It tries to help employees develop their full potential. It encourages them to give their best to the organization. It

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