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Assignment-+HRM+_+New - Chapter 06 Person-Based Structures...

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AMITY SCHOOL OF DISTANCE LEARNING Post Box No. 503, Sector-44 Noida – 201303 Human Resource Management (ADL – 09) Assignment A Marks 10 Answer all questions. 1. What do you mean by Human Resource Management? Also discuss, in brief, both the ‘managerial’ and the ‘operative functions’ of Human Resource Management. 2. Define the term ‘Human Resource Planning’. Also explain, in brief, the process of Human Resource Planning. 3. Write short notes on any three of the following: a) Job Analysis b) Job Enlargement c) Job Enrichment d) Succession Planning e) Biases in appraisal f) Potential Appraisal 4. Discuss, in brief, the methods of training. 5. What are the skills required by executives? How can these be developed ? 1
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Human Resource Management (ADL – 09) Assignment B Marks 10 Answer all questions. 1. Distinguish between ‘Performance Appraisal’ and ‘Potential Appraisal’. Also discuss, in brief, the methods of performance appraisal. 2. Distinguish between ‘Monetary Rewards’ and ‘Non - Monetary Rewards’. Also enlist various types of monetary and non-monetary rewards. 3. Write short notes on any three of the following: a) Emerging HR issues in knowledge industry b) Incentive plans for operative staff c) Functions of Trade Union d) The Expatriate Problems e) Existing machinery for settlement of industrial disputes in our country. 4. Case Study Please read the case study given below and answer questions given at the end. Suresh Kumar was production manager for Singer Industries Limited, a Noida based electrical appliance company near Delhi. Suresh had to approve the hiring of new supervisors in the plant. The HR Manager performed the initial screening. On Friday afternoon, Suresh got a call from Anil Dhavan, Singer’s HR Director. “Suresh” Anil said, “I have just talked to a young engineering graduate from a regional engineering college who may be just the man you are looking for to fill that supervisor job you asked me about. He has some good work experience in a multinational firm located in Pune, but at a lower salary level. He wants to come over to Noida where his parents live”. Suresh replied, well, Anilji, “I would take care of the boy”. Anil continued, “He is here right now in my office, I am sending him to you, if you are free”. Suresh hesitated a moment before replying, “Great Sir”, “I am certainly busy today but I can’t afford to displease you either. Sir, send him immediately.” A moment later, Ranga Rao, the new applicant arrived at Suresh’s office and introduced himself. “Come on in Mr. Rao”, said Suresh. “I’ll be right with you after I make a few urgent phone calls.” Fifteen minutes later, Suresh finished the calls and began interviewing Rao. Suresh was quite impressed. The merit certificates, the best suggestion award form previous multinational firm and Rao’s quick responses revealed the candidate’s potential. Meanwhile, Suresh’s door opened and a supervisor yelled, “We have
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Assignment-+HRM+_+New - Chapter 06 Person-Based Structures...

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