Differentiate between HRM and HRD.
Human Resource Management (HRM) is a branch of management; that is concerned with
making best possible use of the enterprises human resources.
On the other end, Human Resource Development (HRD) is a wing of HRM that keep
What is Induction Programme?
Induction is welcoming a new employee to the organisation. In other words, it is a well-orchestrated
event to socialize the new entrant with the people and the work environment in a particular
Induction is the pr
Define Human Resource Audit.
HR audit is an important management control device. It is a tool to judge organisations performance
and effectiveness of HR management.
It is an analytical, investigative and comparative process. It gives feedback about HR fun
Human Resources Systems and Processes
HR Practices at High Performing Organizations
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Human Resource Accounting
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Cost based methods
Value based methods
Reasons for limited usage
American Accounting Association has defined
Human Resource Accounting (HRA) as
process of id
1. What is your assessment of Rob Parsons Performance? Should he be
After assessing the evaluation report submitted for the the 360 degree performance evaluation
system, the promotion of Rob Parson can be deferred for an year or so. There a
An academic project report
Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the
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1. For increasing its sales, Pepsodent should refocus on its promotional strategies like
a. Along with free dental checkups, organizing health camps in places including villages
to increase visibility and rural penetration. In these health
Q3). What is Human Resource Planning (HRP)? Discuss the purposes and process of HRP?
Ans). Human Resource planning is a process of including forecasting, developing and
controlling by which a firm ensures that it has the right number of people and the rig
Q1). What is a profession? Is personnel a profession in India? Discuss with reasons
Ans) A profession is defined as a calling requiring specialized knowledge and often long and
intensive preparation, including instruction in skills and methods as well as
Q4). Write short notes on any three of the following:
Job evaluation is the methods and practices of ordering jobs or positions with respect to their
value or worth to the organization. Job Evaluation (JE) is a method for assessing th
Failing to have a signed employment agreement or offer letter with each employee. It's always to your advantage to have an agreement that essentially states that the employee understands the hiring terms and the "at-will" na
Expatriate returning to the home country operations will be treated as just another posting rather than re-entry or repatriation.
Preparation : Developing plans for the future and gathering information about the new p
Practical applications on Cultural Differences : Work Orientation dimensions. We tend to have a human instinct that deep inside all people are the same but they are not. Therefore we go into another country and make decisions on how we operate in our own
GLOBALISATION OF HRM : CROSS CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE
1.WhatroleshouldHRMplayinmanagementof negotiations& InternationalCollaboration? 2.Howcancrossculturalcompetenciesbestbe developed?
Why be culture sensitive?
DEFINING INTERNATIONAL HRM
WHAT IS HRM?
Those activities undertaken by an organization to utilize its human resource effectively. 1. Human Resource Planning. 2. Staffing [recruiting, selection, placement] 3. Performance Management. 4. Compensa
CULTURE : Shaping Process
Members of a group or society share a distinct way of life with common values ,attitudes and behaviors that are transmitted over time in a gradual , yet dynamic process.
A person is not born with a given cul
Marriage of Convenience
Collaborate to Create Value
The new world order
No Time zones. No Boundaries for Business
Macro Economic Shifts Rapidly changing business environment Need for wider coverage More Cultural resonance Multi level expertise
When setting pay rates, compensation managers must take into consideration the employees' perception of fair, equitable compensation.
Pay Equity: Internal and
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