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HRM Diploma Chapter 1

HRM Diploma Chapter 1



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  • Week 1
  • Assessment Quiz 2. Test 3. Assignment 4. Final Examination 1. TOTAL 15% 15% 30% 40% ____ 100% ====
  • Activity 1 Same & different
  • Course outline 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Communicating in small groups and teams Managing work flows and job analysis Legal Aspects of Human Resource Human Resource Planning and Recruitment Employee Testing and Selection Training Development of Employees Managing Organisational Renewal Appraising and Improving Performance Managing Compensation and Incentive Managing Safety and Health at Workplace Employee Rights and Discipline
  • Communicating in small groups and teams  Overview of HR environment and challenges faced by organisation  Understanding the role of HR and its importance  HR strategies to improve firm’s performance
  • Overview of HR  People dimension in organisation: part of resources  Part of Management function (leading, staffing)  Ensuring that the right people are on the job with appropriate skills, knowledge and qualifications, motivating them to levels of high productivity, and retain them in the organisation.
  • HR development  Prior to mid 1960s, HR (personnel dept.) was perceived as the “health & happiness” crew.  Activities limited to: planning company picnics, scheduling vacations, enrolling workers for healthcare coverage, planning retirement parties.
  • Today’s HRM  Hiring of best-qualified candidates regardless of ethnicity, religion, colour, gender, disability, or national origin (equal employment opportunity)  Ensure employees are trained to function effectively.  Effective and appropriate employees benefit and development.  Structured working environment to induce workers to stay as well as attracting new applicant. All must be done according to legislative and other influential environments.
  • HRM primary activities Staffing – strategic HR planning 2. Training and development – orientation, employee training, employee development, career development 3. Motivation – motivation theories and job design, performance appraisals, rewards and compensation, employee benefits 4. Maintenance – safety and health, communications, employee relations 1.
  • HR environment & challenges  HRM activities are highly affected by environmental influences  Internal: management practices, theories, labour unions  External: PESTLE, globalisation, labour unions
  • Importance of HR  Organisational resources (other than technology, capital, equipment, materials, information) required to achieve organisational goals.  Good HR practices help to: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. attract and retain talent train people for challenging roles develop skills and competencies promote team spirit develop loyalty and commitment increase productivity and profits improve job satisfaction enhance standard of living generate employment opportunities.
  • HR strategies 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Standards SMART objectives – from current state Scorecards Systems Starry eyes goals – from future state Strengths- based Sensory (alert) Social Situational Supported (Jon Ingham, 2009)