24 hard and soft models of hrm in vietnam long

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2.4. Hard and Soft models of HRM In Vietnam, long-standing companies have adopted hard HRM policies. Basically, the HRM method focuses on discipline, seriousness in work. Clear distinction between staff and management. In addition, Hard HRM policy brings stability to the company because everything is in order. Meanwhile, young companies and foreign-owned companies often apply soft HRM policies. This policy makes the relationship between staff and management better, creating a friendly and pleasant working environment for the company. (ncseif, 2018) An example of a hard HRM policy is to fine employee every time they make a mistake on the job An example of a soft HRM policy is to adjust the time to work more reasonable. Make an exception for certain employees in certain circumstances 2.5. Work Force Plan At the “M Đình” branch, we focus on the number of customers that can be served while still ensuring the quality of a leading bank. Therefore, we will need a lot of manpower in the following positions: branch manager, customer service manager, assistant manager, cashier and
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customer support. To ensure the quality, the staff for this position will be recruited under the supervision of experts from abroad. 2.6. Branch Organization Chart Branch Manager Assistant Manager Customer Support Cashier 3. Critical Issues Related to Workforce Planning When creating Workforce Planning, every company needs to clearly consider factors such as economic context, population and social workforce, state laws, culture and society, competitors. competition, science and technology, customers, and government / mass organizations. However, there are some serious problems for the company.(H i, 2018) Outside Issues: Political and legal changes will affect the future needs of an organization (such as a new labor law that will motivate or limit the worker's supply of labor) for businesses.(H i, 2018) Technological and technological changes affect the future needs of an organization. Once the technology is improved, the nature of the work becomes more complex, new occupations and some old occupations disappear. And so, the demand for human resources is changing, businesses often lack skilled workers and new occupations.(H i, 2018)
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Lastly, competition from competitors as well as increased global competition mean that businesses, on the one hand, must constantly improve their professions, and the other , to reduce labor costs, to save on wage costs to reduce product costs and increase competitiveness. This makes it possible for businesses to strategically use human resources in a more selective and sophisticated way.(H i, 2018) Inside Issues: The strategic goals of the business will affect its future needs. When growth is anticipated, new investments are made to expand production or new jobs, new products ...
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