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Unformatted text preview: CHAPTER 9 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Human Resource Management(HR) : consists of the activities managers perform to plan for, attract, develop, and retain an effective workforce The Strategic Human Resource Management Process- Establish the mission & the vision- Establish the grand strategy- Formulate the strategic plans- Plan human resources needed- Recruit & select people- Orient, train, & develop- Perform appraisals of people Strategic human resource planning : consists of developing a systematic, comprehensive strategy for a. Understanding current employee needs Job analysis : is to determine, by observation and analysis, the basic elements of a job Job description : which summarized what the holder of the job does and how and why he or she does it Job specification : which describes the minimum qualifications a person must have to perform the job successfully b. Predicting future employee needs Human resource inventory : a report listing your organization’s employees by name, education, training, languages, and other important information THE LEGAL REQUIREMENTS OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT I. Labor Relations National Labor Relations Board : which enforces procedures whereby employees may vote to have a union and for collective bargaining. Collective bargaining : consists of negotiations between management and employees about disputes over compensation, benefits, working conditions, and job security II. Compensation & Benefits Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 : established minimum living standards for workers engaged in interstate commerce, including provision of a federal minimum wage III. Health & Safety IV. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEO) : whose job it is to enforce antidiscrimination and other employment-related laws Discrimination : occurs when people are hired or promoted – or denied hiring or promotion – for reasons not relevant to...
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- Spring '10
- Human Resource Management, Labor Relations National Labor Relations Board