HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENTFUNCTIONS AND POLICIES : HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENTFUNCTIONS AND POLICIES PRESENTED BY-
VIKASH DUBEY HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT : HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT It is a management
people in an
It focuses on people in
organization. DIFFERENCES BETWEEN HRM AND PM : DIFFERENCES BETWEEN HRM AND PM HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (HRM)
HRM views people as an important source or asset to be used for the benefit of organization, employees & the society.
PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT (PM):-
PM has a limited scope and an inverted orientation. FUNCTIONS OF HRM : FUNCTIONS OF HRM HRM FUNCTIONS :- 2 TYPES
CONTROLLING OPERATIVE FUNCTIONS : OPERATIVE FUNCTIONS These functions are related to employment, development, compensation & industrial relations.
It consists of:-
Motivation & compensation
Emerging issues PROCUREMENT FUNCTIONS : PROCUREMENT FUNCTIONS Job analysis
Human resource planning
Induction & orientation
Internal mobility 2. DEVELOPMENT : 2. DEVELOPMENT Training
Career planning & development
Human resource development (HRD) 3. MOTIVATION & COMPENSATION : 3. MOTIVATION & COMPENSATION Job design
Incentives & benefits 4. MAINTENANCE : 4. MAINTENANCE Health & safety
Social security measures 5. INTEGRATION FUNCTIONS : 5. INTEGRATION FUNCTIONS Discipline
Teams & teamwork
Employee participation & empowerment
Trade unions & employee association 6. EMERGING ISSUES : 6. EMERGING ISSUES Personal records
Human resource audit
Human resource research (HRR)
Human resource accounting (HRA)
Human resource information system
Stress & counseling
International human resource management HRM POLICIES : HRM POLICIES Human resource policies are systems of codified decisions, established by an organization, to support administrative personnel functions, performance management, employee relations and resource planning.
The establishment of policies can help an organization demonstrate that it meets requirements for diversity, ethics and training. In order to fire a person it may be necessary to show cause compliant with employment contracts and collective bargaining agreements; the establishment of HR Policies to document steps in procedures, including disciplinary procedures, is now standard. Slide 13: What is the purpose of human resource management
policy ? Policy Categories : Policy Categories General Policies
Equal Opportunity and Employment Practices
Management Development and Training
Disclose General Policy : General Policy Equal treatment specifically prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, age, political affiliation, veteran status, or disability.
Alcohol and other drugs: not allowed to drink or take other drugs while working. Equal opportunity and Employment Practices : Equal opportunity and Employment Practices Hiring
Working Place Harassment
Types of Employment & working Hours
Retention of Employees Compensation : Compensation Is the payment to an employee in return to their contribution to the organization that is for job perform
Absence or Absent.
Variable and Base pay. Benefit Management : Benefit Management Sales Compensation: Retain Sales Super Stars .
Holiday Pay Packages. Management Development & Training : Management Development & Training Training to develop new skills and adapt new technology.
Career Development Program Disclosure : Disclosure It’s a main policy of human resource management. an employee is not allowed to leak organizations information to outsiders without the permission o his superior.
Maintain each employee personal record. Slide 21: THANKS