Managing_Human_Resources

Managing_Human_Resources - 3/28/2008 MANAGING HUMAN...

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3/28/2008 1 M ANAGING H UMAN R ESOURCE S YSTEMS Group 11 Thomas Devlin Morgan Avary Mike Tucker Justin Polson Determining Human Resource Needs Thomas Devlin D ETERMINING H UMAN R ESOURCE N EEDS | Human Resource Management (HRM) : The process of finding, developing, and k i th i ht l t f lifi d keeping the right people to form a qualified work force.
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3/28/2008 2 THE HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PROCESS HUMAN RESOURCE PLANNING | Human Resource Planning : Using an organization’s goals and strategy to forecast the organization’s human resource needs in terms of attracting, developing, and keeping a qualified work force. | Work Force Forecasting : The process of predicting the number and kind of workers with specific skills and abilities that an organization will need in the future. y External y Internal
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3/28/2008 3 FORECASTING METHODS | Direct Managerial Input | Best Guess | Statistical/Historical Ratios | Direct Managerial Input Method is based on straightforward projections of cash flows, expenses, or financial measures, such as return on capital. | Best Guess Method is based on managers’ assessment of current head count, plus a best guess of how internal factors and external factors will affect that head count. Totaling these produces the overall projection. | Statistical/Historical Ratios Method uses statistical methods, such as lti l i i bi ti multiple regression, in a combination with historical data, to predict the number and kind of workers a company should hire.
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3/28/2008 4 HUMAN RESOURCE INFORMATION SYSTEMS | Human Resource Information System (HRIS) : A computerized system for gathering, analyzing, storing, and disseminating information related to the HRM process. Personal Data Promotion Data HUMAN RESOURCE INFORMATION SYSTEMS Work History Performance Appraisal Educational Data Company Employment History HRIS EMPLOYMENT LEGISLATION | Hooters guys
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3/28/2008 5 FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT LAWS “…employers may not discriminate in employment decisions on the basis of gender, age, religion, color, national origin, race, or disability.” “…employment decisions should be based on factors that are ‘job related,’ ‘reasonably necessary,’ or a ‘business necessity’ for successful job performance.” | Bona Fide Occupational Qualification (BFOQ) : An exception in employment law that permits gender, age, religion, and the like to be used when making employment decisions, but only if the are “reasonably necessary to the normal operations of that particular business.” BFOQs are strictly monitored by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). y Ex. Baptist Minister y Ex. OSHA ADVERSE IMPACT AND EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION | Uniform Guidelines on Employment Selection Procedures: y Disparate Treatment y Adverse Impact
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3/28/2008 6 | Disparate Treatment : Intentional discrimination that occurs when people are purposely not given the same hiring, promotion, or membership opportunities because of their race, color, gender, age, ethnic group, national origin, or religious beliefs.
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