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Introduction To HRM
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Introduction To HRM
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Introduction To HRM
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  • 1. INTRODUCTION TOHUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Asaduzzaman Collis Management Trainee Eminence
  • 2. What is Management The creation of a technical & human environment that supports optimum utilisation of resources and competencies for achieving organisational goals.
  • 3. What is Human Resource Management The people’s dimension of management The management function which aims at ensuring the availability of a competent & committed workforce i.e the right people at the right place & time. It helps recruit, select, train & develop members for an organisation.
  • 4. Process Competence building HR PlanningManaging corporate Culture Recruitment & Selection Leadership & Teambuilding Compensation / remuneration / Wages & Salary admn. Performance Management
  • 5. The Functions HR Planning Job Anaysis & Design Recruitment & Selection Employee Procurement Induction & Placement Training & Development Performance Appraisal Job Evalutation Remuneration Employee Communication Development, motivation & Negotiation with Trade Unions maintenance Industrial Relations Motivation Welfare Safety Health
  • 6. Functions of HRMANAGERIAL OPERATIVEFUNCTIONS FUNCTIONS Planning Staffing Development Organising Compensation Directing Motivation Controlling Maintenance Integration
  • 7. Operative functions of HRSTAFFING Job analysis, HRP, Recruitment, Selection, Placement, Induction, Internal Mobility Competency profiling, Training andDEVELOPMENT development, Performance & potential management, Career management, 360 degree feedback Job design, Work scheduling, JobCOMPENSATION evaluation, Compensation& MOTIVATION administration, Incentives and benefits
  • 8. Operative functions of HR (contd.) Health, Safety, Welfare,MAINTENANCE Social security Employment relations, Grievance,INTEGRATION Discipline, Trade unions, Participation, Collective bargaining
  • 9. The 4 aspects of HRM Personnel aspect – Recruitment, Selection, Transfer, Promotion etc. Development aspect – Training, areer Planning, quality of work life , employee participation schemes. Welfare aspect – Housing, Lunch room, Health and Safety, Transport, education etc. Industrial relations aspect – Union Management
  • 10. Evolution of HRM Influenced by : Taylor’s Scientific management Hawthorne Studies Behavioural School (Maslow, Herzberg, Mc.Gregor) IT sector boom Upto 1930’s : Personnel Mgt. Contemporary : HRM , HRD, HCM India : Pioneered by Udai Pareek & T.V Rao Early adopters : BHEL , SBI, SAIL, ONGC
  • 11. Factors EXTERNAL  POLITICAL  LEGAL  BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT –  GLOBALISATION  MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS  DOWNSIZING /RIGHTSIZING  NATIONAL ECONOMY  DEMOGRAPHIC  Diverse workforce  Knowledge workforce / intellectual capital  More Women in workforce  Changing family structure  Contingent workforce
  • 12.  TECHNOLOGICAL  Occupational Shift (manufacturing ….. services)  managing a virtual workforce  managing employee alienation  training & retraining employees to manage obsolescence  providing work life balance  IPRs  Need based technology – not fads
  • 13.  Internal factors  Unions  Strategy, Leadership  Organisational Culture  Professional Bodies
  • 14. HRM Environment - External Technology Professionalism Economic HRM Social & cultural Political & legal Union
  • 15. HRM Environment - Internal Policies HRM Organisational Mission Conflict
  • 16. HR SHOULD ACT AS AN ENABLER FOR SOCIAL BUSINESSOn the social business news blog Michael Brito posted about the SHRM surveythat finds that HR would play an increasingly important role in Social Business.However the crux of that involvement focuses on "creating and enforcing a socialmedia policy“A company cannot be asocial inside and social outside.HR has to evolve to catch up with the rest of the organization to embrace social.
  • 17. Thank You!!!

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