Chapter 11 - HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Chapter 11 - HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT - HUMAN RESOURCE...

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HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT WHAT IS HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT? AND HOW DOES IT COMPARE TO OTHER KINDS OF MANAGEMENT? The text defines HRM as: - the process of evaluating human resource needs - finding people to fill those needs - getting the best work from each employee by providing the right incentives and job environment. - All with the goal of meeting the objectives of the organization. The functions of HRM are: - determining what people an organization needs - recruiting and selecting employees - training, developing, evaluating, compensating, scheduling, promoting, and firing employees - in order to accomplish the organizations goals - *Planning, hiring and dealing with employees. Planning for HR needs: The HR Department (director) must know: - what employees it presently has (resource inventory) - what employees the organization will need (forecasts) Job analysis: Description(tasks statements about the job)/ specifications(minimum specifications needed) What gets in the way of effective planning? The “Hiring” Function
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course OLS 274 taught by Professor Goodrich during the Spring '07 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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Chapter 11 - HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT - HUMAN RESOURCE...

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