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Human resource research

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related to the Human resources management, consist HR planning and so on..

related to the Human resources management, consist HR planning and so on..

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  • 1. • NUR ISFARINA BINTI ISMAIL • IZZAH AZIMAH BINTI NOH
  • 2. WHAT IS HUMAN RESOURCE RESEARCH?  Is the process that to ensure the effectiveness and the efficiency of human resource management in an organization.  It is relate to the human resources planning which is HR research will be applied after we conducted the human resources planning in an organization.  The HR practice including staffing, training and etc are combined into an overall system to enhance employee involvement and performance. The system called High- performance work system (HPWS)
  • 3. WHY WE DO HUMAN RESOURCES RESEARCH?
  • 4. HIGH-PERFORMANCE WORK SYSTEM (HPWS)
  • 5.  High-performance work system (HPWS) can be defined as specific combination of HR practice, work structures and process that maximize employee knowledge, skill, commitment and flexibility.  The HPWS are composed of many interrelated parts that complement one another to reach the goals of an organization no matter large or small.  Sometimes known as high involvement or high commitment organizations, are organizations that use a distinctive managerial approach that enables high performance through people.  The main idea of HPWS is to create an organization based on employee involvement, commitment and empowerment, not employee control.
  • 6. DEVELOPING HPWS Linkage to strategy Principles of high involvement System Design • Work flow • HRM practices • Support technology The implementation process Outcomes • Organizational • Structure
  • 7. FUNDAMENTALS PRINCIPLES  The are four simple but powerful principles that support high performance work system. 1. Egalitiarianism and engagement.  Everyone should be treated as a members, not just a worker in an organization without any disparities between them. 2. Shared Information  The employee empowerment and involvement initiatives in an organizations. 3. Knowledge Development  The organization must invest in employee development to get the best one. 4. Performance-Reward Linkage  Reward employees based on their performance , workers naturally pursue outcome that mutually beneficial to themselves and organizations.
  • 8. OUTCOMES OF HPWS 1. Employee Outcomes and Quality Work Of Life  Properly implemented, managed and monitored, HPWS offer employees a myriad of potential benefits.  They have fuller role to play in organization and their opinion/expertise valued more.  They more satisfied and their need for career growth are being met.  Employee can take more risk, generate new ideas and make mistake which in turn can actually lead to new product, service and markets.
  • 9. 2. Organizational Outcomes and Competitive Advantage  Valuable~ Establishing ways to increase efficiency, decrease costs, improve processes and provide something unique to customer.  Rare~ Helps organizations develop and harness skills, knowledge and abilities that are not equally available to all organization  Difficult to imitate~ Design around team processes and capabilities that cannot be transported, duplicated or copied by rival firms.  Organized~ Combine the talent of employees and rapidly deploy them in new assignment with maximum flexibility.  Beside HPWS higher the productivity, lower cost, better responsiveness to customer, great flexibility and higher profitability.
  • 10. ADVANTAGE OF HUMAN RESOURCES RESEARCH
  • 11.  Formulating for better human resources strategic planning.  It facilitates the control of all functions, operations, contribution and cost of human resources.  Monitor and evaluate applications to ensure that they are meeting organizational needs, and adjust programs/plans, as needed, to meet evolving needs.  The effectiveness and the efficiency of human resource management in an organization.
  • 12. DISAVANTAGE OF HUMAN RESOURCES RESEARCH
  • 13.  Does not always take into account circumstances that are unique to a company's structure that may require an alteration to regular procedure.  Is not always the most cost-effective method, since it may be geared more toward a strategy that is centralization- based, without taking into account factors such as implementation and operating costs.  may not always be tailored to work in smaller companies that don't fit the confines of a traditional corporate environment.
  • 14. THANK YOU..

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