Human Resource Management Essay

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HUMAN
RESOURCE
MANAGEMENT

Civil Service Branch
December 1995

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
FOREWORD
MANAGING PEOPLE BETTER
AIMS and PRINCIPLES
VALUES
WHERE RESPONSIBILITIES LIE
Civil Service Branch
Policy Branches and Departments
Managers and Individual Civil Servants
DEPARTMENTAL HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PLANS
Manpower Planning
Succession Planning
Turnover
Recruitment
Deciding on Terms of Appointment
Selection of Candidates
Probation
Performance Management
Motivation
Performance Appraisal
Promotion
Guidance and Supervision
Addressing Poor Performance
Training and Development
Training
• Induction
• Management Development
• Vocational
• Language and Communication
• Computer
Development
• Posting
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The Hong Kong Civil Service is one of the best in the world, and people are Hong
Kong's most precious assets. I hope colleagues will make the most of this Guide to upgrade the value of our "assets" and uphold the high reputation of our Civil Service.
Michael C. C. SZE
Secretary for the Civil Service

MANAGING PEOPLE BETTER
Management Framework
BEING ACCOUNTABLE
• Answering to the Legislative Council
• Keeping the Community Informed
• Providing Access to Information
LIVING WITHIN OUR MEANS
• Applying Fiscal Guidelines
• Assessing Community Needs
• Planning
• Resource Allocation
• Reviewing Performance

MANAGING FOR PERFORMANCE
• Refining Performance Measures
• Managing by Programme
• Improving Efficiency
• Managing Public Finances
• Managing Human Resources
• Managing Support Services
• Developing Departmental Plans
• Reviewing Progress
DEVELOPING OUR CULTURE OF
SERVICE
• Making Performance Pledges
• Using Feedback to Improve Services
• Securing Staff Commitment

Human Resource Management is a long-established task within the Government's
Management Framework. Through this task the Government meets its obligation to be a good employer; seeks to secure staff commitment; and develops and manages staff to give of their best to help the Government serve the community. The need to respond to changing community expectations means

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