Human Resources Modules Essays

4378 Words Mar 8th, 2014 18 Pages
Module I. The Importance of Human Resources Management

Suggested Enrichment Activity
1.The internal cause of the newly hired computer manager of XYL Company going about his work pleasantly; is amiable, honest, efficient and does not complain is his good attitude towards her work. While the external cause is that he love his work, well motivated and well compensated.
2. The internal cause is his dissatisfaction of his job. The external cause is he is not well motivated by his Superior.
3. The internal cause of the clerk behavior throughout the manager’s birthday rites is her personality and good personal relation with her manager. And the external cause is the person is seen as having been forced into the behavior by the situation.
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A job done by 2-4 people could be cut to one done by just a single person e.g. An accounting package could be used to cater for 3 jobs or so since manual entries and paper work was reduced.

Module III. Organization Structure of the Human Resources Department 1. Organization charts are an effective way to communicate organizational employee and enterprise information. An organizational set up makes it easier for people to comprehend and digest large amounts of information as a visual picture rather than as a table of names and numbers.
Organizational charts provide the greatest value when used as a framework for managing change and communicating current organizational structure. When fully utilized, org charts allow managers to make decisions about resources, provide a framework for managing change and communicate operational information across the organization.
Human Resources professionals can create organizational charts automatically from HR databases and distribute them to management. Managers are then able to quickly visualize the organization and access the salary, gender and tenure information needed for decision-making purposes. Managing change becomes much easier once everyone is able to visualize the organization.
Organizational charts provide managers with specific departmental information that can then be used as a baseline for planning, budgeting and workforce modeling. It's

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