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HRM-completed with cover - Human Resource Management ( HRM...

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Human Resource Management ( HRM ) C h a p t e r P a g e N o . Chapter 1 Human Resources Management 1 Chapter 4 Job Analysis and Job Design 4 Chapter 5 Human Resources Planning (HRP) 7 Chapter 6 Recruitment Employees 11 Chapter 7 Selection Employees 13 Chapter 8 Orientation and Employee Training 17 Chapter 11 Performance Management System 20 Prepared by: Nawal A. Al Faraj
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Chapter 1 Human Resource Management: A5 ± Human Resource function : Tasks and duties human resource managers perform (e.g. determining the organization’s human resource needs; recruiting; selecting; developing; counseling; and rewarding employees; acting as liaison with unions and government organizations; and handling other matters of employees well-being. ± Operating Manager: Person who manages people directly involved with the production of organizations product or services (e.g. production manager in a manufacturing plant, loan manager in a bank). ± Human Resource Generalist: Person who devotes a majority of working time to human resource issues, but does not specialize in any specific areas. ± Human Resource Specialist: Person specially trained in one or more areas of human resource management (e.g. labor relations specialist; wage and salary specialist.) ± Three types of assistance provided by a human resource department: 1.) Specific Services 2.) Advice 3.) Coordination S pecific Services: - Maintaining employee records - Handling initial phases of employee orientation. Advice: - Disciplinary matters - Equal employment opportunity matters. Coordination - Performance appraisals - Compensation matters ± Downsizing: Laying off large numbers of managerial and other employee. ± Outsourcing: Subcontracting work to an outside company that specializes in that particular type of work. ± Rightsizing: Continuous and proactive assessment of mission-critical work and its staffing requirements. ± Telecommuting Working at home by using an electronic linkup with a central office. Prepared by: Nawal A. Al Faraj 1
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± Empowerment: Form of decentralization that involves giving subordinates substantial authority to make decisions. ± Self-managed work teams: Groups of peers that is responsible for particular area or task. ± Questions for understanding the organization’s Business Strategy: 1) What are goals of the organization over the next year, 3 years, 5 years, and 10 years? 2) How would you describe the organization’s core business? 3) Will the company be growing via merger and acquisitions of from internal growth? 4) Will growth be local, national, or global? 5) What are the organization’s revenue objectives over the short and long terms? ± Web Site: International Personal Management Association ( www.impa-hr.org ) ± Communication: Transfer of information that is meaningful to those involved. ± Data:
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