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In this presentation, we will discuss the strategies where the HRM functions are designed to maximize employees’ effectiveness by supporting organizational efforts. …

In this presentation, we will discuss the strategies where the HRM functions are designed to maximize employees’ effectiveness by supporting organizational efforts.
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  • 1. HUMAN RESOURCE INFORMATION SYSTEMS Chapter 1 – Human ResourceManagement – Systems and Strategies
  • 2. Chapter 1 HRM BasicsIncreased complexity of HRM is due tofast growth in specialized HR areas.There is a need to train and promotehighly skilled employees
  • 3. Chapter 1 HRM Defined It is a set of programmes, fucntions and activities designed and carried out in order to maximise both employees as well as organizational effectiveness Recruitment, placement, evaluation, compensation and development of the employees of an organization are its chief function.The focus of HR management should be to support organizational efforts
  • 4. Chapter 1 Systems Approach to HRMIt recognises HRM exercise in two ways: HRM function is a full-fledged management system with defined objectives Information forms the core of HR strategy in conjunction with the overall corporate strategy
  • 5. Chapter 1 Functions of HRMIt is concerned with all the decisions,strategies, factors, principles, operations,practices, functions, activities and methodsrelated to the management of people asemployeesIt is concerned with all the dimensions relatedto people in their employment relationships,and all the dynamics that flow from itIt ensures continuous organizational successin transformative environments
  • 6. Chapter 1 Core Role of HRMPlanning and Organizing for Work, Peopleand HRMPeople Acquisition and DevelopmentAdministration of Policies, Programmes andPractices
  • 7. Chapter 1Planning and Organizing for Work, People and HRMStrategic PerspectiveOrganizational DesignChange ManagementCorporate Wellness Management
  • 8. Chapter 1 People Acquisition and DevelopmentStaffing the OrganizationTraining and DevelopmentCareer ManagementPerformance ManagementIndustrial Relations
  • 9. Chapter 1 Administration of Policies, Programmes and PracticesCompensation ManagementInformation ManagementAdministrative ManagementFinancial Management
  • 10. Chapter 1 Categories of HRM FunctionsHR Planning and AnalysisCompensation ManagementTraining and DevelopmentRelationship Management
  • 11. Chapter 1 Changing Paradigm of HRMHRM is undergoing constant changes in anorganizational contextIt is now moving from a silo approach to anintegrated approach
  • 12. Chapter 1 Strategic HRThe role of HRM has changed from traditional to strategic oneThe focus of strategic HR is on partnerships with internal andexternal customersThe role of strategic HR is transformational, change leader andinitiator Cont…………
  • 13. Chapter 1On the basis of initiatives, strategic HR is fast,proactive and integratedThe time horizon of strategic HR is short, medium,and long as necessaryOn the basis of control, strategic HR is concernedwith organic-flexibility (i.e) whatever is necessary tosucceed Cont…………
  • 14. Chapter 1As regards job design, strategic HR isbroad, flexible, cross-training, teamsThe key investments of strategic HR ison people and knowledgeIt is investment centered
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