03/10/2010      人力资产标准公会(筹)第二次筹备会                  会 议 议 程主持人:张臻 先生     浦东新区外商(各地)投资企业协会                人力资源专业委员会执委会主任议 题:...
03/10/2010            人力资产标准公会(筹)第二次筹备会                                       专家介绍石金涛 教授:  上海交通大学工商管理系系主任、上海交通大学人力资源管理研究所所...
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03/10/2010                                                           2010/3/10       发起人           【发起人】           • 人力资产标...
03/10/2010                                                            2010/3/10       公会宗旨及愿景           【公会宗旨】           •...
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03/10/2010                                                             2010/3/10       会员资格           •   作为人力资源行业的专业团体,HA...
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03/10/2010         人力资产标准公会(筹)发起人会议章程(草案)                             1. 总则1.1   为了更好的筹建人力资产标准公会(下文称“本公会)        ,服务人力资源从业...
03/10/2010            2.4.2.4 承担本发起人会议委托的工作。2.5   发起人会议职责      2.5.1 发起人会议是指人力资产标准公会成立之前,人力资产标准公会发起人为了筹            建这一行业公会...
03/10/2010                4.   起草委员会组成和职责4.1 起草委员会组成    4.1.1 起草委员会由人力资源领域资深权威人士及企业最高层管理人员担任;    4.1.2 起草委员会成员,是由筹委会或发起人会议...
03/10/2010            美国人力资源管理学会筹备人力资源管理标准体系The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) has been named the exclusiven...
03/10/2010“ANSI accreditation marks an important milestone in SHRM’s ongoing efforts to advance thehuman resources profess...
03/10/2010               SHRM 成为美国人力资源管理领域的唯一“标准制定机构”美国国家标准协会(A N S I )2009年2月2 7日宣布,美国人力资源管理协会(S HR M)为“标准制定机构”(SDO)。这意味着...
03/10/2010                       Preparatory Session 2 for HASA                                              AgendaHost:Mr...
03/10/2010            人力资产标准公会(筹)第二次筹备会                                       专家介绍石金涛 教授:  上海交通大学工商管理系系主任、上海交通大学人力资源管理研究所所...
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03/10/2010               Charter of the Founding Members’ Conference for      the Human Assets Standards Association (Prep...
03/10/2010                           the FMC in order to initiate professional researches or communications;              ...
03/10/2010      2.6.6   To participate in consultancy for related government organs, research or academic              ins...
03/10/2010      construed in accordance with the laws of the People’s Republic of China;5.2   In the case of any conflict ...
03/10/2010            美国人力资源管理学会筹备人力资源管理标准体系The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) has been named the exclusiven...
03/10/2010“ANSI accreditation marks an important milestone in SHRM’s ongoing efforts to advance thehuman resources profess...
03/10/2010               SHRM 成为美国人力资源管理领域的唯一“标准制定机构”美国国家标准协会(A N S I )2009年2月2 7日宣布,美国人力资源管理协会(S HR M)为“标准制定机构”(SDO)。这意味着...
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  1. 1. 03/10/2010 人力资产标准公会(筹)第二次筹备会 会 议 议 程主持人:张臻 先生 浦东新区外商(各地)投资企业协会 人力资源专业委员会执委会主任议 题:1、13:30-13:40 协会执委会代表发言 —— 张臻 先生2、13:35-14:15 人力资源官方行业公会的角色和作用  人力资源管理理论和技术国际交流的迫切性;  人力资源官方行业公会应承担的角色和使命;  人力资源行业规范和标准的必要性。 —— 石金涛 教授3、14:15-14:45 国际国内人力资源管理和挑战  人力资源管理在海外及国内的发展趋势;  人力资源管理在企业经营中的实施状况;  人力资源部和人力资源管理从业人士的挑战;  经济转型期的人力资源管理和人力资源管理者的职业发展。 —— 陈景秋 博士 —— 全体与会代表4、14:45-15:00 休息5、15:00-15:45 国际国内人力资源专业团体发展状况  国际国内人力资源专业团体回顾展望;  国际国内人力资源管理体系发展;  国际国内人力资源管理教育和培训现状;  国内人力资源管理体系在实操中的利弊研讨。  人力资源管理官方行业公会建立的必要性和责任;  人力资源管理行业规范的定义及需求;  人力资源管理行业规范在产业促进中的作用。 —— 全体与会代表6、15:45-16:20 联合发起人力资产标准公会及其体系建设的探讨  人力资产标准公会运作及发展可行性探讨;  人力资产标准公会组织架构设置探讨;  审阅发起人章程草案。 —— 全体与会代表7、16:20-16:30 总结发言及后续规划 —— 执委会主任 张臻先生 浦东新区外商投资企业协会 浦东新区各地投资企业协会 人力资源专业委员会执委会 人力资产标准公会筹备办公室 二〇一〇年三月十日人力资产标准公会(筹)第二次筹备会会议议程    1 / 1  第 1 页,共 14 页
  2. 2. 03/10/2010 人力资产标准公会(筹)第二次筹备会 专家介绍石金涛 教授: 上海交通大学工商管理系系主任、上海交通大学人力资源管理研究所所长、教授、博士生导师。 社会职务: 国家教育部第三届高等学校工科管理专业指导委员会专业课指导组委员、上海市行为科学学会常务理事、安全行为与工作效率专业委员会主任。陈景秋 博士: 北京大学工业和组织心理学博士、上海交通大学安泰经济与管理学院组织管理系讲师。研究方向:行为决策、幸福和主观幸福感、文化心理、组织行为。 Round-table Preparatory Session 2 for HASA Introduction of Academic RepresentativeProfessor Jin-Tao Shi: Dean of Department of Business Administration, Head of Institute of Human ResourceManagement, Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Professor and Advisor to Ph. D. Professional appointment: Committee member of Board of Advisors for High Education,State Ministry of Education, Executive Director of Shanghai Society of Behavioral Science,Director General of Professional Commission of Safe Behavior and Efficiency.Dr. Jing-Qiu Chen:Ph.D. of Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Assistant Professor, OrganizationalManagement, Antai School of Economy & Administration, Shanghai Jiao Tong University.Expertise: Behavioral decision-making, happiness and subjective well-being, culturalpsychology, organizational behavior.人力资产标准公会第二次筹备会专家介绍    1 / 1  第 2 页,共 14 页
  3. 3. 03/10/2010 2010/3/10 人力资产标准公会(筹) Human Assets Standards Association 倡议规划(讨论稿) 成立背景 • 作为发展中国家的第一大国,我国即将超过日本,成为继美国之后的第二大经济体; • 与此相对应的是,中国经过改革开放30年的高速发展,经济增长面临第二次转型; • 一直以来作为企业重要职能的人力资源管理部门,重于管理过程而忽于结果,人力资源管理 方法缺乏行业共识的标准,难于正确评估人力资源从业人员的工作成果,也使许多企业的人 力资源管理人员缺乏被企业经营者真正重视; • 与此同时,衡量一个企业运营成果的传统会计学,对劳动力使用和产出状况的忽略,也是阻 碍人力资源管理进一步发展的瓶颈。由于缺乏具体的衡量标准和数据来表达人力资源管理的 过程和效果,也使企业经营者缺乏对企业人力资产的使用状况和价值的正确认识。 • 在国内外企业抢滩国内国际市场的同时,很多专业人士意识到人力资源投资作为企业发展的 基石,与社会传统文化和地区文化的发展密不可分,而国内外基于东方文化以及市场实践的 人力资源管理理论和方法几乎面临空白; • 因此,符合国内十多年来的人力资源实践,基于先进人力资产计量体系的研究,建立人力资 源管理业界共识的体系标杆以及评价标准。不仅能填补企业人力资源管理实践中的空白,而 且使企业经营更加完整和科学; • 于是,成立人力资产标准公会,对中国以及跨区域的人力资源管理进行理论化、专业化、系 统化、体系化的研究,变得十分迫切和必要。 • 为配合国家产业结构调整 作为政府产业促进的重要工作之 为配合国家产业结构调整,作为政府产业促进的重要工作之一,人力资产标准公会(Human A 人力资产标准公会( ssets Standards Association)是中国唯一一家官方人力资源同业者公会。是一个由政府立 项,国内外企业人力资源高层人士和著名高等学府联合发起的人力资源行业组织。作为中国 政府定位建设全球金融、航运中心,总部经济和人才高地的城市,上海是中国最重要的经济 中心,也是全球经济中的高地和焦点。人力资产标准公会暨HR行业公会(Human Assets Stan dards Association, HASA)将在浦东设立总部。浦东新区外商(各地)投资企业协会作为筹 备管理机构,参与启动工作。人力资产标准公会规划倡议书 1 第 3 页,共 14 页
  4. 4. 03/10/2010 2010/3/10 发起人 【发起人】 • 人力资产标准公会(筹),总部设在中国上海,是中国唯一官方人力资源同业 者公会。是一个由政府立项,国内外企事业人力资源高层人士、高层决策管理 人士和著名高等学府联合发起的人力资源行业组织。 • HASA要求发起人至少拥有10年以上知名企业高层人力资源管理经验(至少在企 业中担任国家级人力资源最高负责人以上职位,如中国区或亚太区人力资源总 监)、知名企业高层管理经验或知名高校人力资源管理或工商管理研究方面的 学术专家。 • 所有企业发起人必须为财富500强公司或者是本行业内处于领先地位的组织; • HASA是个官方人力资源行业学术组织,不限参加人的地域、国籍、种族、年龄、 性别、从业单位投资背景等。 组织架构 【组织架构】人力资产标准公会规划倡议书 2 第 4 页,共 14 页
  5. 5. 03/10/2010 2010/3/10 公会宗旨及愿景 【公会宗旨】 • 承担政府产业和企业在人力资源管理方面的桥梁纽带职责。通过建立行业规范和标杆、 人才培养、信息交流等工作, 在人力资源方面配合政府引导企业淘汰落后产能、加强 自主创新、推进新兴产业、实施品牌战略、提高管理水平等方面起到促进作用,从宏观 自主创新 推进新兴产业 实施品牌战略 提高管理水平等方面起到促进作用 从宏观 角度促进整个社会的人力资源发展和中国的劳动力素质,为推动社会经济增长质量和效 益,加速现代产业体系的建设做出贡献。 • 整合国际间人力资源领域的最新研究成果,传播先进的人力资源管理理念,培养国际化 标准的本土人力资源专家。 【公会愿景】 • 人力资产标准公会代表着最先进的人力资源学术和实践水平。公会将致力于整合跨区域 的人力资源领域的权威资源,进一步加强专业交流和合作,为政府部门、企事业单位、 的人力资源领域的权威资源 进一步加强专业交流和合作 为政府部门 企事业单位 高等院校、学术团体及专业机构构筑全方位、高水准的互动平台,为人力资源管理的本 土化、专业化标准的建立与长期发展作出努力。 公会任务 【公会主要任务】 1. 制订人力资源管理行业标杆和规范。该体系应代表当今较高水平人力资源管理的 标准,具有广泛的代表性和权威性,可作为评估企业人力资源状况的权威标杆以 及人力资源从业人员专业能力的评估标准。 及人力资源从业人员专业能力的评估标准 2. 开展上述标杆的教学及会员评审吸纳工作。 3. 承担有关政府机关、科研机构、教育团体和工商组织的人力资源研究与开发工作, 或为上述机构提供咨询建议。 4. 开展社会调查,组织成员进行有关各个地区人力资源开发现状和历史的研究工作, 为理论、战略和政策的确定提供科学依据。 5. 开展国际学术研究活动,组织成员进行有关人力资源问题的理论和政策的研讨工 作,举行学术报告会,讨论会等,组织各种学术交流活动。 6. 开展有关人力资源研究和开发的国际合作。编辑人力资源著作和国际人力资源管 理有关教材,并组织翻译国际学术界有关人力资源开发的著作、教材和资料。 7. 组织评审人力资源研究与开发方面的学术成果,对其中的优秀成果予以表彰或奖 励。人力资产标准公会规划倡议书 3 第 5 页,共 14 页
  6. 6. 03/10/2010 2010/3/10 章程纲要(讨论稿) • 1960年,西奥多·威廉·舒尔茨(Theodore W. Schultz,1902-1998,1979年获诺贝尔经济 学奖), 在美国经济协会的年会上以会长的身份作了题为《人力资本投资》的演说,阐述了 许多无法用传统经济理论解释的经济增长问题,明确提出人力资本是当今时代促进国民经济 增长的主要原因。他指出,对人力资本进行投资所产生的收益,远远高于对非人力资源的投 资。 • 1964 年 美国密歇根州大学企业经济研究所的赫曼森提出人力资源会计的概念 并被引入会 年,美国密歇根州大学企业经济研究所的赫曼森提出人力资源会计的概念,并被引入会 计学的研究之中。他提出,人力资源构成了企业最有效的经营资产,为使会计报表更为完善, 对企业管理公务员更为有用,其内容应该包括人力资本。1965—1966年,美国会计学会对人 力资源会计理论进行了系统研究,认为需要对人力资源费用成本及人力资源效益进行衡量与 评价,并交由密歇根州大学社会研究所进行实验。 • 基于舒尔茨对于人力资本的定量研究,以及之后罗伯特·卡普兰(Robert Kaplan)和戴维·诺 顿(David Norton)所从事的平衡计分卡体系,并运用现代会计学和经济学的理论,对人力资 源各个模块进行重新切分和再造,建立了基于人力资产投资的理论模型。截至到20世纪八九 十年代,一些大型的企业,如美国电话电报公司、德克萨斯仪器公司、通用电器公司均采用 了人力资源计量管理。一些大型的金融机构,如美国梅特罗银行和加拿大格林菲尔德航空公 司,已使用该体系于人力资源管理决策。 • 2009年2月,美国标准局(ANSI)授权美国人力资源管理学会(SHRM)建立人力资源管理的标 准。以此为标志,发达国家的HR管理发展趋势将更加规范化并且将有相应的行业标杆衡量, 准 以此为标志 发达国家的 管理发展趋势将 加规范化并 将有相应的行业标杆衡量 也显示出发达国家对于提升后进企业人力资源管理,以及培养HR管理后继人才的重视。SHRM 人力资源管理标准总监Lee Webster认为:“SHRM 将制订标准和其应用视为一个专业学术团 体的最重要的贡献。通过缜密的标准来为组织提供人力资源方面的服务和支持,才能使人力 资源管理对于组织的贡献更为清晰可见。同时,他强调:“标准化地而不是随心所欲地进行 人力资源管理,将使人力资源管理者更能够像其它职业那样更为专业化。” • 作为与文化密切相关的职能,人力资源要有效地运用以上的理论和方法,必须要将其本土化、 重新优化以适应本土市场的经济需求。HASA的章程、行业标杆和准则应结合包括学界理论和 经营实践在内的所有经验,才能真正为人力资源从业者在工作中所使用。因此,HASA应该联 合高层HR人士、经营决策人员以及HR和工商管理业界专家,建立符合中国本土经济发展并能 为之服务的HR标准。 章程纲要(讨论稿) 财务 客户 人力资产规划与核算 组织绩效管理 企业行业及经营模式决策 绩效管理模型 财务报表结构 需求理论 人力资产账户设置 绩效管理理论及实践 流程及 织架构设计 流程及组织架构设计 人员测评 具设计 人员测评工具设计 职务分析及工作设计 满意度测量设计 人力资源需求及供给预测 满意度调研方法 人力资源预算编制 绩效考评面谈及反馈 人力资产成本计量 人力资产收益计量财务模型 人力资产货币化方法 人力资源非货币化方法 人力资源价值核算及报告 人力资源投资收益分析 运作 组织发展 薪酬 流动管理 职务评估 招聘流程设计 薪酬设计准则 招聘渠道评估及使用 薪酬结构 人员测评在招聘中的应用 薪酬体系设计 雇佣及内部雇佣法规实务 薪酬法规及核算实务 流动管理计量财务模型 薪酬计量财务模型 员工关系 培训与组织发展 员工沟通 培训需求分析 团队管理 培训课程设置 职业安全与健康 培训课程设计 劳动法规实务 培训渠道评估及使用 员工关系财务计量模型 培训师团队管理与培训实施 培训效果评估 培训财务计量模型人力资产标准公会规划倡议书 4 第 6 页,共 14 页
  7. 7. 03/10/2010 2010/3/10 会员资格 • 作为人力资源行业的专业团体,HASA发起人认为新成员应该充分理解HASA 章程和HR准则。该等章程和HR管理准则是由公会发起人和具有代表性的企 事业单位所设立并一致认可的。因此,公会认为对于不能达到注册会员要 求的入会申请人提供必要的培训和评估,以确保HASA成员的专业性是十分 求的入会申请人提供必要的培训和评估 以确保HASA成员的专业性是十分 必要的。基于公会章程和准则, • 个人注册会员应分为三个等级: 1. 1级(初级)、2级(中级)以及3级(高级)。 入会考试分为六大模块, 每个模块分笔试和面试环节,由该模块的分会考评,每个模块通过只颁 发该模块的结业证书。只有通过所有模块,HASA评委会才会根据面试情 况,颁发相应级别的会员资格。 • 企业注册会员评审基本设想如下: 1. 基于六个模块的标准,对企业人力资源管理体系建设进行评级。符合 该标准的则颁发相应的评级证书; 2. 基于六个模块的标准,对企业人力资产的健康状况进行评级,达到标 准的则颁发相应的评级证书。 会议日程 人力资产标准公会筹备会第二次圆桌研讨会 议题:本土人力资源发展及人力资源行业规范建立 时间:2010年3月10日 下午13:30——16:30 地点:上海市浦东新区合欢路2号浦东市民中心3楼A1会议室 地点 上海市浦东新 合欢路 号浦东市 中 楼 会 室 【议题】 1. 国际国内人力资源管理和挑战 2. 国际国内人力资源专业团体发展 状况 3. 联合发起人力资产标准公会及其 体系建设的探讨人力资产标准公会规划倡议书 5 第 7 页,共 14 页
  8. 8. 03/10/2010 2010/3/10 HASA筹委会联系方式 浦东新区外商(各地)投资企业协会 人力资源专业委员会 人力资产标准公会筹备办公室 上海市浦东新区东方路135号10楼07室 邮编:200120 邮编 200120 电话:86-21-51308587 传真:86-21-51308586 电邮:pdi.hrc@gmail.com hasa.association@gmail.com 网址:http://www.pdi.org.cn http://www.hasa.org.cn人力资产标准公会规划倡议书 6 第 8 页,共 14 页
  9. 9. 03/10/2010 人力资产标准公会(筹)发起人会议章程(草案) 1. 总则1.1 为了更好的筹建人力资产标准公会(下文称“本公会) ,服务人力资源从业者,特制定 本章程;1.2 本章程所指的人力资产标准公会发起人会议(下文称“本发起人会议” )是由有志于筹 建人力资产标准公会的人力资源业内精英、企业高层决策人士及专家学者自发组成;1.3 本发起人会议的宗旨是,组织、推动人力资源研究与交流,推进理论实践创新,创建符 合中国人力资源理论实践的专业化人力资源从业者工作的交流互助平台和行业公会— 人力资产标准公会;1.4 人力资产标准公会是个官方人力资源行业组织, 不限发起人的地域、国籍、种族、年龄、 性别、从业单位投资背景等;1.5 本制度在人力资产标准公会正式成立后,自动失效,有人力资产标准公会章程替代。 2. 发起人会议组成及职责2.1 本发起人会议的发起人包括机构(企事业单位)和个人发起人。2.2 发起人资格 2.2.1 人力资产标准公会的个人发起人至少拥有 10 年级以上知名企业高层人力资源 管理经验(至少在企事业中担任国家级人力资源最高负责人以上职位,如中国 区或亚太区人力资源总监) 或知名企业高层管理经验以及知名高校人力资源管 , 理或工商管理研究方面的学术专家。 2.2.2 机构发起人必须为财富 500 强公司或者是本行业内处于领先地位的组织。赞成 本制度,愿履行发起人义务的机构(企事业单位)或人力资源工作者,符合发 起人条件的经申请并经本发起人会议批准后可成为发起人; 2.2.3 对于符合条件的企业人力资源工作者、国内外专家学者受人力资产标准公会筹 委会邀请,愿意履行发起人义务的,同样可成为发起人。2.3 发起人退会 2.3.1 发起人在书面通知发起人会议或筹委会后即为退会; 2.3.2 发起人无正当理由,一年之内不参加任何本发起人会议的任何形式的学术活动 或发起人会议所形成的决议,为自动退会; 2.3.3 发起人严重违反本章程的,经发起人会议决定,可以劝其退会或者予以除名。2.4 发起人的权利和义务 2.4.1 发起人的权利 2.4.1.1 参加本公会发起人会议及其学科或者专业研究组织举办的学术活动; 2.4.1.2 获得本公会发起人会议为开展学术研究和交流提供的必要的物质保障 和便利条件; 2.4.1.3 共享本公会发起人会议组织编辑的论文、论著等人力资源研究成果和 经验交流资料; 2.4.1.4 对本公会发起人会议工作提出批评和建议; 2.4.1.5 在本公会发起人会议框架内,有选举权和被选举权; 2.4.1.6 对起草委员会人选提名、表决; 2.4.1.7 对起草委员会的提案有建议权和表决权。 2.4.2 发起人的义务 2.4.2.1 遵守本制度,执行本公会发起人会议的决议; 2.4.2.2 本公会未成立之前,每年累计参与本公会发起人会议及其学科或者专 业研究组织举办的学术活动两次; 2.4.2.3 自愿向本发起人会议提供论文、论著等人力资源研究成果;人力资产标准公会发起人会议章程(草案)    1 / 3  第 9 页,共 14 页
  10. 10. 03/10/2010 2.4.2.4 承担本发起人会议委托的工作。2.5 发起人会议职责 2.5.1 发起人会议是指人力资产标准公会成立之前,人力资产标准公会发起人为了筹 建这一行业公会,通过专业研讨方式进行集体决策,进而形成决议的执行机构, 是人力资产标准公会筹建时期最高权利机构。人力资产标准公会成立后,这一 最高权利机构将被公会会员代表大会取代。 2.5.2 为了保护所有发起人的利益,发起人会议采用四大原则: 2.5.2.1 平衡原则,即保护意见多数者的权利也保护意见占据少数者的权利, 以及因故未出席会议的人的权利也应得到保护,从而最终保护所有这 些人组成的整体的权利; 2.5.2.2 对领袖的制约,集体在交出自己一部分权利给领袖(泛指筹委会主任 或学术带头人或其他有影响力的人士)的同时,必须保留一部分权利, 确保自己在根本上能够直接控制集体自身的事务而不被领袖所控制; 2.5.2.3 多数原则,即通常采用的所有提案表决,均需要全体发起人 2/3(三分 之二)票数通过,方可生效; 2.5.2.4 辩论原则,每个人都有权利通过辩论说服其他人接受自己的意志,直 到这个意志变成总体的意志等。2.6 发起人会议的工作任务 2.6.1 制订审议未来人力资产标准公会的章程; 2.6.2 制订人力资源行业规范、标杆及准则,藉以培养人力资源管理人员、评估企业 人力资源管理水平并促进社会人力资源发展; 2.6.3 参与人力资源教育培训,促进培养人力资源管理新兴队伍; 2.6.4 组织会员评审吸纳工作; 2.6.5 开展国内外人力资源学术交流与合作、 建立学术与实践资料共享机制; 2.6.6 承担有关政府机关、科研机构、教育团体和工商组织的人力资源研究与开发工 作,或为上述机构提供咨询建议; 2.6.7 组织、推动 HR 从业者开展调查研究工作; 2.6.8 其它。 3. 筹委会组成和职责3.1 筹委会组成 3.1.1 赞成本制度,具有一定人力资源研究能力并且在人力资源岗位工作 10 年以上, 并为建立人力资产标准公会同业公会目标自愿贡献业余时间和精力,服务广大 人力资源管理同业者的人力资源管理高层人士、企业决策层人员或学术界权威 专家经本人申请,可作为筹委会成员; 3.1.2 筹委会的作为发起人会议的牵头机构,主要作用是为发起人会议服务,执行发 起人会议的决议; 3.1.3 筹委会专设主任一名、副主任若干名,委员若干名; 3.1.4 筹委会设秘书处,目前由浦东新区外商(各地)投资企业协会人力资源专业委 员会指定专人担任,负责筹委会的事务的发起、实施及日常联系等工作。3.2 筹委会职责 3.2.1 联系符合条件的人力资源从业者作为发起人; 3.2.2 组织发起人会议; 3.2.3 筹委会成员调整; 3.2.4 制订、总结筹委会工作计划与活动安排; 3.2.5 组织起草委员会会议; 3.2.6 对起草委员会成员调整建议权。人力资产标准公会发起人会议章程(草案)    2 / 3  第 10 页,共 14 页
  11. 11. 03/10/2010 4. 起草委员会组成和职责4.1 起草委员会组成 4.1.1 起草委员会由人力资源领域资深权威人士及企业最高层管理人员担任; 4.1.2 起草委员会成员,是由筹委会或发起人会议提名人选,并经过发起人会表决通 过的人员组成; 4.1.3 起草委员会根据人力资产标准公会未来的人力资源专业模块组成不同的小组。4.2 起草委员会职责 4.2.1 吸纳人力资源领域著名专家学者及人力资源精英人士; 4.2.2 起草人力资产标准公会章程和行业规范、标杆和准则。 5. 第六章 附则5.1 本发起人会议的一切活动均在国家各项法律、法规、政策允许范围内开展;5.2 本章程与中华人民共和国法律、法规、政策相悖的,以中华人民共和国法律法规为准;5.3 本章程与中华人民共和国法律、法规、政策相悖的无效部分,不影响其它部分的执行;5.4 本制度未涉及之条款及待定事项将另行制定;5.5 本制度的最终解释权归人力资产标准公会发起人会议所有。人力资产标准公会发起人会议章程(草案)    3 / 3  第 11 页,共 14 页
  12. 12. 03/10/2010 美国人力资源管理学会筹备人力资源管理标准体系The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) has been named the exclusivenational developer of HR standards for the United States.The designation, by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), puts SHRM “on trackto oversee all international development of human resource standards,” says Lee S. Webster,SHRM’s HR standards director.Leading the creation and deployment of HR standards will advance the profession, accordingto Webster, by:  Setting the agenda on what the standards are for HR organizational success within the profession.  Elevating the view of HR practitioners as a vital, learned group of business professionals.In the past, HR professionals would have many different and sometimes conflictingmethodologies for how to handle such things as employee investigations and job evaluations,he said. The Standards Developing Organization (SDO) designation means that SHRM will becrafting “a common approach that all human resource organizations can voluntarily adopt,” heexplained.In addition, SHRM will “actually begin to oversee the [HR] standards across the globe,”Webster told SHRM Online.Once these standards are created, local HR leaders can use them “to manage their practicesmore effectively in their workplaces, and [the standards] will be connected to what we do withcertification,” Webster said.Having operating standards rather than using an ad hoc approach to manage HR operationswill allow HR to act in a manner similar to other professionals, Webster said. It can lead toSHRM becoming “the arbiter of HR standards not only for the domestic U.S. marketplace butalso across the globe.”Those standards can cover a range of topics.“It’s really only limited by what the profession says is necessary or not necessary to be astandard,” and the resulting document can be a few pages to an entire manual, Webster said.A task force will develop those standards. Membership on the task force is not limited to SHRMmembers. Webster urges those who “want to influence their futures in a deep way” to considerjoining the task force.“They’ll be setting the standards for workplace performance for HR professionals for the future,”he said.A web site with more information will be posted prior to SHRM’s Annual Conference &Exposition in June 2009. Webster is scheduled to speak about the SDO designation at theconference in New Orleans.In addition, SHRM is partnering with another standards developing organization—securitiesprofessional association ASIS, formerly known as the American Society for IndustrialSecurity—to develop standards for handling workplace violence.Reference Materials for Preparatory Session 2 for HASA    1 / 3  第 12 页,共 14 页
  13. 13. 03/10/2010“ANSI accreditation marks an important milestone in SHRM’s ongoing efforts to advance thehuman resources profession,” said Lee Webster, director of HR standards at SHRM. “As thedemand for HR products and services grows, establishing durable and interoperableperformance measures and metrics has become a real market need, both in the United Statesand abroad.”Standards are a set of voluntary criteria, guidelines and best practices used to enhance thequality, performance, reliability and consistency of products, services and processes of aprofession. SHRM’s designation is unique because only one other professional businessgroup is an SDO for “performance-based” outcomes rather than “technical-based” outcomes,which are seen in more clinical professions such as medicine.Webster said HR standards will lead to both cost-savings and operational improvements fororganizations. One potential area for cost-savings is with investigations, where a lack ofguidelines currently has resulted in an overly complex and costly approach to what should be aroutine HR operation.Likewise, HR standards could positively impact an organization’s carbon footprint through moreefficient employer relocation practices and reducing overall documentation practices that wouldfilter down the supply chain to an organization’s vendors.“By making HR products and services subject to a more rigorous set of standards, the return oninvestment is more vivid and real for the business community,” Webster said.SHRM and ANSI will begin inviting key stakeholders in the development of writing thestandards for all 13 HR discipline areas. The first meetings will occur this spring with the newstandards expected out in early 2010. The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) does not yet have a technical committee that focuses on human resources standards. SHRM intends to play an important role in founding and leading that technical committee.Reference Materials for Preparatory Session 2 for HASA    2 / 3  第 13 页,共 14 页
  14. 14. 03/10/2010 SHRM 成为美国人力资源管理领域的唯一“标准制定机构”美国国家标准协会(A N S I )2009年2月2 7日宣布,美国人力资源管理协会(S HR M)为“标准制定机构”(SDO)。这意味着SHRM成为美国人力资源领域独一无二的标准制定机构。随着全球人力资源产品和服务需求的不断增加,建立能够经受时间检验的、能够让各国人力资源管理者共同使用的人力资源管理指标和衡量工具已经成为当务之急。在此,人力资源管理标准是指一系列非强制性的准则、指导方针和最佳实践,可用之于提升人力资源管理的产品、服务和流程等方面的质量、结果、可靠性和一致性。SHRM的专家认为,人力资源管理标准的建立将会为组织节省成本和改进运作流程。比如,建立准则和指导方针将会使日常的人力资源管理工作趋简避繁,同时具有成本效益;也可以使员工管理和安置等活动减少文牍主义和繁文缛节,增加一线管理人员的自主性和灵活性。用一套严格的行业标准进行管理和衡量,企业的经营和投资回报将会变得更明晰而真实。美国国家标准协会(ANSI)2月27日宣布,美国人力资源管理协会(SHRM)为“标准制定机构”(SDO)。这意味着SHRM已经成为美国人力资源领域独一无二的标准制定机构,同时也标志着SHRM在制定国际人力资源管理标准进程中的一大飞跃、是推进全球人力资源管理事业发展的一个重要里程碑。随着全球人力资源产品和服务需求的不断增加,建立能够经受时间检验的、能够让各国人力资源管理者共同使用的人力资源管理指标和衡量工具已经成为当务之急。SHRM的 专家认为,人力资源管理标准是指一系列非强制性的准则、指导方针和最佳实践, 可用之于提升人力资源管理的产品、服务和流程等方面的质量、结果、可靠性和一致性。这个标准的建立将会为企业节省成本和改进运作流程。比如,建立准则和指导方针将会使日常的人力资源管理工作趋简避繁,同时具有成本效益;也可以使员工管理和安置等活动减少文牍主义和繁文缛节,增加一线管理人员的自主性和灵活性。用一套严格的行业标准进行管理和衡量,企业的经营和投资回报将会变得更明晰而真实。美国人力资源管理协会(SHRM)协会于1948年成立,总部位于美国,目前拥有来自全球140多个国家的25万名专业会员。作为世界上最大的、致力于人力资源管理的专业协会, SHRM的使命是提供最前沿和最充足的资源以满足人力资源管理专业人士的需求, 提升人力资源的关键性和战略性地位以推动人力资源管理事业的发展。美国人力资源管理协会(SHRM)是中国人力资源开发研究会的长期战略伙伴,双方共同致力于推进中国人力资源事业的发展。中国人力资源开发研究会推出的《中国人力资源管理者职业水平标准》 在开发的过程中也汲取了美国人力资源管理协会的宝贵意见与经验,并已逐步确立了该标准在国内人力资源领域的重要地位。今后,双方将在更广泛的领域继续进行合作。Reference Materials for Preparatory Session 2 for HASA    3 / 3  第 14 页,共 14 页
  15. 15. 03/10/2010 Preparatory Session 2 for HASA AgendaHost:Mr. Kevin CheungPAEFI & PAEDI Director General of Human Resources CommissionAgenda:1. 13:30-13:40 Speech from PAEFI & PAEDI HR Commission —— Mr. Kevin Cheung2. 13:40-14:15 Demands of An Official HR Association  Demands of international theory & methodology communication in HR world;  Roles & responsibilities of an official HR association;  Application of standards and benchmarks for HR industry. —— Professor Jin-Tao Shi3. 14:15-14:45 HR management & Challenges in the world  Trends of HR management in the world & China;  Implementation of HR methodology in business operations;  Challenges of the HR department & HR professionals;  HR management and HR professional’s career in economic transition period; —— Assistant Professor Claire Chen —— All participants4. 14:45-15:00 Break5. 15:00-15:45 Development of HR association in both overseas & China  Overview of international & local HR professional associations & societies;  Development of HR management policies & regulations from both overseas & local perspectives;  International & local education & training for HR professionals;  Pros & Cons of HR management in China’s practice;  Necessities & the mission of an official association for HR professionals;  Definition & demands of professional benchmarks for HR management;  Application of HR management benchmarks in industry promotion. —— All participants6. 15:45-16:20 Discussion on feasibility of co-founding Human Assets Standards Association & probing on the strategy & development  Feasibility of HASA operation & development;  Organization & governance of HASA;  Review & discussion on Chapter (Draft) for co-founders. —— All participants7. 16:20-16:30 Summary & follow-up actions —— Mr. Kevin Cheung Pudong New AreaAssociation of Enterprises with Foreign (Domestic) Investment Board of Executives, Human Resources Commission Preparatory office of Human Assets Standards Association March 10th, 2010Agenda for HASA Preparatory Session 2    1 / 1  1/15
  16. 16. 03/10/2010 人力资产标准公会(筹)第二次筹备会 专家介绍石金涛 教授: 上海交通大学工商管理系系主任、上海交通大学人力资源管理研究所所长、教授、博士生导师。 社会职务: 国家教育部第三届高等学校工科管理专业指导委员会专业课指导组委员、上海市行为科学学会常务理事、安全行为与工作效率专业委员会主任。陈景秋 博士: 北京大学工业和组织心理学博士、上海交通大学安泰经济与管理学院组织管理系讲师。研究方向:行为决策、幸福和主观幸福感、文化心理、组织行为。 Round-table Preparatory Session 2 for HASA Introduction of Academic RepresentativeProfessor Jin-Tao Shi: Dean of Department of Business Administration, Head of Institute of Human ResourceManagement, Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Professor and Advisor to Ph. D. Professional appointment: Committee member of Board of Advisors for High Education,State Ministry of Education, Executive Director of Shanghai Society of Behavioral Science,Director General of Professional Commission of Safe Behavior and Efficiency.Dr. Jing-Qiu Chen:Ph.D. of Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Assistant Professor, OrganizationalManagement, Antai School of Economy & Administration, Shanghai Jiao Tong University.Expertise: Behavioral decision-making, happiness and subjective well-being, culturalpsychology, organizational behavior.人力资产标准公会第二次筹备会专家介绍    1 / 1  2/15
  17. 17. 03/10/2010 2010/3/10 人力资产标准公会(筹) Human Assets Standards Association Proposal(Draft) Background • As the largest developing country in the world, China is about to replace Japan as the world’s second largest economy f ollowing the U.S.; • Simultaneously,after Chinas reform and opening up 30 years of rapid development, economic growth faces a second round of restructuring; • Although being the significant function in business operation, HR department still encounters embarrassing situations wh ile HR management focus more on processes than results Many HR managers feel disregarded by top mangers since results. mangers, theres no such industry-wide consensus standards & benchmarks in human resource management and therefore it bec omes impossible to evaluate appropriately the contributions of HR professionals. • While the traditional accounting methodology never counts the ROI of workforce, the bottleneck for HR management pro gress thereby emerged. Due to the lack of specific measure criteria & data, the utilization of human assets in an organiz ation can hardly be fully recognized by top managers. • China markets now is the beachhead for overseas capital to land, while local companies are heading for international ex pansion. Management professionals realize that the HR management, being the cornerstone of business growth, is clos ely related with local social traditions, cultures, politics and laws. However, the HR management methodology and theori es derived from eastern cultures and on-site practice in local markets are on the verge of blank. • Therefore, to build up the benchmarks and standards for measuring HR management in common agree by the whole in dustry becomes very necessary. The standards should fit the local HR practice and be based on the advanced research es on human assets. The new criteria will not only provide HR managers complementary approaches to better administe rhhuman resources, b t f ilit t b i but facilitate business operation t a h lthi and more scientific di ti ti to healthier d i tifi direction. • As a result, to investigate China and cross-regional HR management in a theoretical, professional, systematic way and c onsequently feedback to the business operation is becoming more demanding than ever. • To support the industry adjustment, as one of the governments significant tasks of industry promotion, HASA is Chinas only official association for human resources professional incumbents. HASA is a government-authorized organizations, founded & organized by reputable institutions & senior HR professionals, top corporate executives from both domestic & overseas companies. As the city that China central government positioned to build the global financial & logistics center and the develop for global corporate headquarters, Shanghai is the most significant economic center of China, as well a s the highland and focus in global economy. HASA will have its headquarters in Pudong, Shanghai. As the administrativ e organization for preparatory issues, Pudong New Area Association of Enterprises with Foreign (Domestic) Investment will participate in the start-up affairs.HASA Birds View 1 3/15
  18. 18. 03/10/2010 2010/3/10 Founding Members 【Founding members】 • The Human Assets Standards Association (preparatory), with its headquarters in S hanghai , is the only official association for HR incumbents in China. The associatio g y n will be established with founding members being senior HR executives or top ma nagers from notable corporate, government & famous experts from academic instit utions; • All individual founding members of HASA should possess 10+ years experiences a t positions as the HR head of at least country level or above, senior corporate exec utives or authoritative experts of HR management or business administration from distinguished institutions; • All corporate founding members of HASA should be members of Fortune 500 comp anies or taking a leading role in the specific industry; • HASA is an official industrial organization for HR management and welcome all pro fessionals interested in HR join with no restrictions of the members geography, nati onality, ethnics, age, gender or the employers origin of investment. Organization 【Organization】HASA Birds View 2 4/15
  19. 19. 03/10/2010 2010/3/10 Mission & Vision 【Mission】 • HASA plays a critical role as to bridge between government & corporate in terms of human resources management. Thro ugh building industrial benchmarks & rules, HR professional educating, information sharing, HASA cooperates with the go vernment to guide enterprises to eliminate backward production capacity, strengthen independent innovation, promote ne w industries, implement brand strategy and improve the management level. From a macro point of view, HASA will dedica te to promoting the development of human resources of the whole society and Chinas labor force quality, and to advance the quality and effectiveness of socio-economic growth and accelerate the construction of a modern industrial system. • Consolidate the most up-to-date achievement in HR in a global range to spread advanced HR concept and train local HR professionals that fit local operation with international standards. 【Vision】 • HASA represents the most advanced academic and practical level in HR industry. We dedicate to consolidate cross-regi onal authoritative resources and enforce professional communication & cooperation as to provide a comprehensive and high-level interactive pipeline for government, business entities, institutions and professional service providers, as to con tribute to constituting localized and professionalized HR benchmarks and to promote long-term healthy growth of HR ma long term nagement. Tasks 【Main Tasks】 1. Formulate criteria & benchmarks for HR management with broad representation & authority to ref lect the advanced levels of human resources management and be applied to evaluating the profe ssionalism of HR iincumbents and th h lth status of h i li f b t d the healthy t t f human resources iin b i business. 2. Initiate the education of the above benchmarks to promote membership; 3. Participate in consultancy service for related government organs, research or academic institutio ns or business entities in area of human resources development; 4. Conduct social surveys for workforce development in various areas and provide advisory referen ce for government while formulating policies and regulations; 5. Organize international professional events. Discuss about laws, regulations and policies about H R, employment or occupational issues through various events, seminars and other types of com munication mechanisms; i ti h i 6. Process international cooperation. Compile HR publications or teaching materials, or translate an d introduce HR information and achievements from overseas academic area; 7. Evaluate, accredit & reward professional attainments of HR management.HASA Birds View 3 5/15
  20. 20. 03/10/2010 2010/3/10 Guidelines for Charter (Draft) • In 1960, Theodore W. Schultz, (1902-1998, Winner of Nobel Prize in 1979 in economics field), delivered a speech of "i nvestment in human capital" at the annual conference of American Economic Association as the President of the associa tion. He illustrated many phenomena that can not be explained by traditional economic theories. He then demonstrated t hat human capital was the main initiative to drive the nations economy growth. He believes that the ROI of human capital investment is far exceeding that of any other type of investment. • 1964, H. Hermanson, Professor of Michigan State University, created the concept of "Accounting for Human Assets". Th at definition was later adopted into accounting researches. He claims that human is the most effective assets for busines s operation. To make the financial report more completed and useful to corporate managers, the human capital should b e included. From 1965-1966, American Society of Accounting organized systematic researches into accounting for huma n assets and concluded it necessary to measure and evaluate ROI of people investment. the Society Research Institution of Michigan State University then got the assignment to further investigate. • After the quantitative researches into human assets by Schultz, Robert Kaplan and David Norton designed Balance Scor e Card. The theoretical model of human assets investment was then generated based on the restructuring of each modul es of Human Resources Management. By 1990s, some sizable companies, such as AT&T, TI, GE have adopted the app roaches of measuring human resources. Some big financial firms, e.g. Metro Bank & Greenfield Aviation, have applied th at system to determining strategies for HR management. • Feb. 2009, American National Standards Institution named SHRM the Standards Development Organization (SDO) for st andards of HR management. As a symbol, developed countries are advancing HR management to a more standardized direction with corresponding industry-wide benchmarks. That also represents that developed nations concentrate on pro moting the HR management of all industries and dedicate to train HR professional successors. “SHRM sees standards d evelopment and application as key attributes of a professional society. By making HR products and services subject to a more rigorous set of standards, the return on investment is more vivid and real for the business community.” said Lee We g , y bster, Director of HR Standards for SHRM. He emphasized " Having operating standards rather than using an ad hoc ap proach to manage HR operations will allow HR to act in a manner similar to other professionals". • As something evolved from culture, the effective application of the above theories and approaches must be localized and optimized to feed the real economic demands in local markets. The charter and benchmark rules of HASA for HR profess ionals to use in their workplace should combine both the experiences from academic institutions and on-site practice. Par tnering with senior HR executives, top corporate executives and experts in HR & business administration, HASA should c reate HR standards that match and reward to Chinas economic development. Guidelines for Charter (Draft) Finance Customer Human Assets Planning & Accounting Performance Management Industry & decision model Model of performance management Structures of finance reports Theory of needs Human Assets account Theories and practice of performance management Process & organization design People assessment design Job analysis & design Employee satisfaction survey design HR demand and supply analysis Implement employee satisfaction survey HR budgeting Performance interview & feedback Cost evaluation of Human Assets Evaluation of ROI of Human Resources management Monetization of Human Resources Non-monetization of Human Resources Value of Human Assets and report Return & Investment of Human Resources management Operation Development Remuneration Mobility Job evaluation Design of hiring process Principles of C&B design Evaluation and application of hiring channels Structures of C&B Application of people assessment technology Design of C&B system Hiring & internal transferring & related laws Calculation & laws regarding to pay system Financial models for mobility management Financial model for pay management Employee relation Training & organization development Employee communication Analysis on training needs Team management Training scheduling Occupational environment, health and safety Design of training programs Employment laws Evaluation & selection of training resources Financial models for employee relation management Management of trainers and training implementation Evaluation of effectiveness of training Financial models for training manamentHASA Birds View 4 6/15
  21. 21. 03/10/2010 2010/3/10 Membership • Being a professional organization of HR industry, HASA founding members shall require all new memb ers fully understand the Charter and rules generated and agreed by the association. Thereby, necessar y training & assessment for HASA certified membership applicants who do not meet the qualifications o f a founding member are necessary to ensure the professionalism of HASA members. • Based on the above guidelines for Charter, individual membership certification will be categorized as th e following: 1. There will be 3 levels of certificate: 1 (primary), 2 (intermediate) and 3 (advanced). Six modules co nsist of the assessment. Applicants must pass both written test and interview required by the sub- society of HASA. After completed the tests for each module, a certificate of completion will be issu ed to the applicant. As of the corporate membership applicant: 1. The sub-society is responsible for the evaluation of HR management system of a corporate. If pas s, the corporate applicant is entitled to a certificate of the corresponding grade; 2. The sub-society is responsible for the evaluation of HR healthiness. A certificate of corresponding grade of HR healthiness will be issued to the applicant if that organization achieves a specific grad e. Agenda Preparatory Round-table Session 2 for HASA Theme: Development for Local HR Management & Rules for HR Industry Time: 13:30 pm-16:30 pm, March 10th, 2010. Venue: Rm. A1, F3, Civic Center, No. 2, He Huan Rd. Pudong, Shanghai 【Agenda】 1. HR management & Challenges in the world 2. Development of HR association in both ov erseas & China 3. Discussion on feasibility of co-founding Hu man Assets Standards Association & probi ng on the strategy & developmentHASA Birds View 5 7/15
  22. 22. 03/10/2010 2010/3/10 HASA Preparatory Office Contact Human Resources Commission Pudong New Area Association of Enterprises with Foreign (Domestic) In vestment Preparatory Office of Human Assets Standards Association Rm. 1007, No. 135, Dong Fang Rd. Zip: 200120 Tel: 86-21-51308587 86 21 51308587 Fax: 86-21-51308586 Mail: pdi.hrc@gmail.com hasa.association@gmail.com Web: http://www.pdi.org.cn http://www.hasa.org.cnHASA Birds View 6 8/15
  23. 23. 03/10/2010 Charter of the Founding Members’ Conference for the Human Assets Standards Association (Preparatory) (Draft) 1. General Principles1.1 This Charter is formulated as to set up the Human Assets Standards Association (Hereinafter referred as “HASA”) and better serve the HR professionals;1.2 The “Founding Members’ Conference” (Hereinafter referred as “FMC”) for Human Assets Standards Association mentioned herein is constituted voluntarily by senior HR executives, top corporate executives and academic experts;1.3 The mission for the FMC is: To organize and advance researches & communications in human resources management. To promote innovation of HR theories and practices to generate professional network and industry-wide association for human resources incumbents that fit China markets, i.e. the Human Assets Standards Association;1.4 The HASA is an official & industry-wide association for human resources without restrictions to the founding member’s geography, nationality, ethnics, age, gender and the employer’s origin of investment;1.5 This charter shall be valid until the HASA is formally founded and registered and will be replaced by the charters of the HASA. 2. Constitution, Duties & Powers of Founding Members’ Conference2.1 The founding members include the group member and the individual member.2.2 Qualifications of the founding member 2.2.1 Any individual founding member of the HASA shall possess 10+ years experiences at the position of HR head of at least country level or above (e.g. China HR head or AP HR head), or be the senior corporate executive or the authoritative expert of HR management or business administration from distinguished institutions. The group founding member of the FMC shall be a Fortune 500 company or taking a leading role in the specific industry. Those qualified applicants who admit & acknowledge this Charter and conform the duties as founding members shall be accepted as founding members after approved by the FMC; 2.2.2 Organizations or individuals who meet the qualifications of the founding member and acknowledge this charter shall be accepted as founding members, upon invitations from the Preparatory Committee of the HASA; 2.2.3 The HASA is an official industrial organization for HR incumbents and welcome all professionals interested in HR join with no restrictions of the members geography, nationality, ethnics, age, gender or the employers investment origin.2.3 Resignation and termination 2.3.1 The founding member who notifies the FMC or the Preparatory Committee of resignation in written form shall be granted as voluntary resignation; 2.3.2 If the founding member does not participate any events or does not execute resolutions determined by the FMC within one year without the acceptable reason is regarded as voluntary resignation; 2.3.3 The founding member who seriously violates this charter shall forfeit the membership of the FMC upon approval by the FMC.2.4 Founding members’ duties and powers 2.4.1 Powers 2.4.1.1 To participate the FMC or the professional events organized by the FMC; 2.4.1.2 To access to the necessary material conditions or convenience provided byCharter of FMC for HASA    1 / 4  9/15
  24. 24. 03/10/2010 the FMC in order to initiate professional researches or communications; 2.4.1.3 To share editorials, articles, publications or other types of HR research and practice organized by the FMC; 2.4.1.4 To advise or suggest to the activities of the FMC; 2.4.1.5 To vote or be elected within the framework of the FMC; 2.4.1.6 To nominate and vote for the candidates of the Drafting Committee; 2.4.1.7 To advise and vote to the proposals raised by the Drafting Committee. 2.4.2 Duties 2.4.2.1 To conform this Charter and exercise the resolutions approved by the FMC; 2.4.2.2 To participate the FMC or the professional events organized by FMC at least twice per year; 2.4.2.3 To provide the FMC with articles or other types of HR researches and practice; 2.4.2.4 Exercise duties as assigned by the FMC.2.5 Responsibilities of the FMC 2.5.1 The “FMC” referred herein means the executive agency through which the founding members determine resolutions via meeting to prepare HASA before the HASA is formally founded and registered. The FMC is the top authoritative organization during the preparatory period of HASA. Once the HASA is founded, the FMC will be replaced by the member representatives’ general meeting. 2.5.2 As to protect the interests of all founding members, the FMC set the following principles: 2.5.2.1 The principle of balance: That is, to protect the rights of majority opinions also the minority opinions, as well as the founding members’ opinions who are not able to attend the FMC, and ultimately for the purpose of ensure the whole interests of all founding members; 2.5.2.2 The principle of constraints on the leaders: That is, while the members empower the rights to the leaders (including but not limited to the Preparatory Committee or any other officers or academic leaders who potentially impact on the group decision making), members shall reserve their independent rights to directly control the group affairs, without being controlled by the leaders instead; 2.5.2.3 The principle of majority: That is, all proposals shall come to force only agreed by at least 2/3 (Two Thirds) of the founding members. 2.5.2.4 The principle of persuasion: That is, every member has the right to persuade other members to accept his/her arguments, until that argument is accepted as a common agreement or a different common agreement is agreed by FMC and prevails the individual arguments.2.6 Responsibilities of FMC 2.6.1 To formulate and approve the charters for HASA; 2.6.2 To formulate the criteria, rules and benchmarks of HR industry, with which to improve HR incumbents’ professionalism, evaluate the organizational HR management level and to advance the society’s workforce progress; 2.6.3 To initiate the professional education of HR management; 2.6.4 To promote membership; 2.6.5 To process international cooperation and build up sharing mechanism for academic and practice materials;Charter of FMC for HASA    2 / 4  10/15
  25. 25. 03/10/2010 2.6.6 To participate in consultancy for related government organs, research or academic institutions or business entities in area of human resources development; 2.6.7 To conduct social surveys for workforce development in various areas and provide advisory reference for government while formulating policies and regulations; 2.6.8 Other assignments as agreed by the FMC. 3. Constitutions, Duties and Powers of the Preparatory Committee3.1 Constitution 3.1.1 Those senior HR executives, top corporate executives with 10+ experiences or authoritative experts from academic or research institutions who are willing to contribute time and efforts as to dedicate to serving HR industry, if admit and acknowledge this Charter, shall be the committee member after applies and be approved by the FMC. 3.1.2 The Preparatory Committee is the executive agency on behalf of the FMC. The purpose of the Preparatory Committee is to serve the FMC and exercise the resolutions agreed and approved by the FMC; 3.1.3 The PC comprise one Director General, a number of Vice Director General and some committee members; 3.1.4 There is a secretariat affiliated to the Preparatory Committee. At the moment, the secretariat members are temporarily designated by the Human Resources Commission of Pudong New Areas Association of Enterprises with Foreign (Domestic) Investment. The secretariat shall be in charge of general issues of the Preparatory Committee, including but not limited to the day-day liaison and the implementation of other affairs as assigned by the Preparatory Committee.3.2 Duties and Powers 3.2.1 To promote qualified individuals to join the FMC; 3.2.2 To organize the FMC meeting; 3.2.3 Personnel adjustment of the Preparatory Committee 3.2.4 To formulate and summarize the working schedule and event arrangements for the Preparatory Committee; 3.2.5 To organize the meetings of the Drafting Committee; 3.2.6 To advise the personnel adjustment for the Drafting Committee. 4. Constitutions, Duties and Powers of the Drafting Committee4.1 Constitution 4.1.1 The member of the Drafting Committee shall be undertaken by senior HR professionals, top corporate executives or authoritative of HR or business administration; 4.1.2 The member of the Drafting Committee shall be nominated by the Preparatory Committee or the FMC and the designation will come to effective only after approved by the FMC; 4.1.3 The Preparatory Committee shall consist of various groups categorized by the functions of human resources management.4.2 Duties and Powers 4.2.1 To Drafting the charters, rules and benchmarks of the HASA and the HR industry; 4.2.2 To promote reputable experts specialized in related disciplines and seasoned HR professionals to partner on Drafting the charters, rules and benchmarks of the HASA. 5. Appendix5.1 This charter and all activities of the Founding Members’ Conference shall be governed andCharter of FMC for HASA    3 / 4  11/15
  26. 26. 03/10/2010 construed in accordance with the laws of the People’s Republic of China;5.2 In the case of any conflict between the terms of this Charter and the laws of the People’s Republic of China, the laws of the People’s Republic of China shall prevail;5.3 If any provision of the terms and conditions of this Charter is deemed invalid or unenforceable under any applicable statute or rule of the laws, such part, to that extent only, will be deemed to be omitted without affecting the validity of the other parts of this Charter;5.4 Any pending matters not covered in this Charter shall be discussed and determined in other forthcoming documents;5.5 The final rights of interpretation of this Charter shall be reserved by the Founding Members’ Conference for the Human Assets Standards Association.Charter of FMC for HASA    4 / 4  12/15
  27. 27. 03/10/2010 美国人力资源管理学会筹备人力资源管理标准体系The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) has been named the exclusivenational developer of HR standards for the United States.The designation, by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), puts SHRM “on trackto oversee all international development of human resource standards,” says Lee S. Webster,SHRM’s HR standards director.Leading the creation and deployment of HR standards will advance the profession, accordingto Webster, by:  Setting the agenda on what the standards are for HR organizational success within the profession.  Elevating the view of HR practitioners as a vital, learned group of business professionals.In the past, HR professionals would have many different and sometimes conflictingmethodologies for how to handle such things as employee investigations and job evaluations,he said. The Standards Developing Organization (SDO) designation means that SHRM will becrafting “a common approach that all human resource organizations can voluntarily adopt,” heexplained.In addition, SHRM will “actually begin to oversee the [HR] standards across the globe,”Webster told SHRM Online.Once these standards are created, local HR leaders can use them “to manage their practicesmore effectively in their workplaces, and [the standards] will be connected to what we do withcertification,” Webster said.Having operating standards rather than using an ad hoc approach to manage HR operationswill allow HR to act in a manner similar to other professionals, Webster said. It can lead toSHRM becoming “the arbiter of HR standards not only for the domestic U.S. marketplace butalso across the globe.”Those standards can cover a range of topics.“It’s really only limited by what the profession says is necessary or not necessary to be astandard,” and the resulting document can be a few pages to an entire manual, Webster said.A task force will develop those standards. Membership on the task force is not limited to SHRMmembers. Webster urges those who “want to influence their futures in a deep way” to considerjoining the task force.“They’ll be setting the standards for workplace performance for HR professionals for the future,”he said.A web site with more information will be posted prior to SHRM’s Annual Conference &Exposition in June 2009. Webster is scheduled to speak about the SDO designation at theconference in New Orleans.In addition, SHRM is partnering with another standards developing organization—securitiesprofessional association ASIS, formerly known as the American Society for IndustrialSecurity—to develop standards for handling workplace violence.Reference Materials for Preparatory Session 2 for HASA    1 / 3  13/15
  28. 28. 03/10/2010“ANSI accreditation marks an important milestone in SHRM’s ongoing efforts to advance thehuman resources profession,” said Lee Webster, director of HR standards at SHRM. “As thedemand for HR products and services grows, establishing durable and interoperableperformance measures and metrics has become a real market need, both in the United Statesand abroad.”Standards are a set of voluntary criteria, guidelines and best practices used to enhance thequality, performance, reliability and consistency of products, services and processes of aprofession. SHRM’s designation is unique because only one other professional businessgroup is an SDO for “performance-based” outcomes rather than “technical-based” outcomes,which are seen in more clinical professions such as medicine.Webster said HR standards will lead to both cost-savings and operational improvements fororganizations. One potential area for cost-savings is with investigations, where a lack ofguidelines currently has resulted in an overly complex and costly approach to what should be aroutine HR operation.Likewise, HR standards could positively impact an organization’s carbon footprint through moreefficient employer relocation practices and reducing overall documentation practices that wouldfilter down the supply chain to an organization’s vendors.“By making HR products and services subject to a more rigorous set of standards, the return oninvestment is more vivid and real for the business community,” Webster said.SHRM and ANSI will begin inviting key stakeholders in the development of writing thestandards for all 13 HR discipline areas. The first meetings will occur this spring with the newstandards expected out in early 2010. The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) does not yet have a technical committee that focuses on human resources standards. SHRM intends to play an important role in founding and leading that technical committee.Reference Materials for Preparatory Session 2 for HASA    2 / 3  14/15
  29. 29. 03/10/2010 SHRM 成为美国人力资源管理领域的唯一“标准制定机构”美国国家标准协会(A N S I )2009年2月2 7日宣布,美国人力资源管理协会(S HR M)为“标准制定机构”(SDO)。这意味着SHRM成为美国人力资源领域独一无二的标准制定机构。随着全球人力资源产品和服务需求的不断增加,建立能够经受时间检验的、能够让各国人力资源管理者共同使用的人力资源管理指标和衡量工具已经成为当务之急。在此,人力资源管理标准是指一系列非强制性的准则、指导方针和最佳实践,可用之于提升人力资源管理的产品、服务和流程等方面的质量、结果、可靠性和一致性。SHRM的专家认为,人力资源管理标准的建立将会为组织节省成本和改进运作流程。比如,建立准则和指导方针将会使日常的人力资源管理工作趋简避繁,同时具有成本效益;也可以使员工管理和安置等活动减少文牍主义和繁文缛节,增加一线管理人员的自主性和灵活性。用一套严格的行业标准进行管理和衡量,企业的经营和投资回报将会变得更明晰而真实。美国国家标准协会(ANSI)2月27日宣布,美国人力资源管理协会(SHRM)为“标准制定机构”(SDO)。这意味着SHRM已经成为美国人力资源领域独一无二的标准制定机构,同时也标志着SHRM在制定国际人力资源管理标准进程中的一大飞跃、是推进全球人力资源管理事业发展的一个重要里程碑。随着全球人力资源产品和服务需求的不断增加,建立能够经受时间检验的、能够让各国人力资源管理者共同使用的人力资源管理指标和衡量工具已经成为当务之急。SHRM的 专家认为,人力资源管理标准是指一系列非强制性的准则、指导方针和最佳实践, 可用之于提升人力资源管理的产品、服务和流程等方面的质量、结果、可靠性和一致性。这个标准的建立将会为企业节省成本和改进运作流程。比如,建立准则和指导方针将会使日常的人力资源管理工作趋简避繁,同时具有成本效益;也可以使员工管理和安置等活动减少文牍主义和繁文缛节,增加一线管理人员的自主性和灵活性。用一套严格的行业标准进行管理和衡量,企业的经营和投资回报将会变得更明晰而真实。美国人力资源管理协会(SHRM)协会于1948年成立,总部位于美国,目前拥有来自全球140多个国家的25万名专业会员。作为世界上最大的、致力于人力资源管理的专业协会, SHRM的使命是提供最前沿和最充足的资源以满足人力资源管理专业人士的需求, 提升人力资源的关键性和战略性地位以推动人力资源管理事业的发展。美国人力资源管理协会(SHRM)是中国人力资源开发研究会的长期战略伙伴,双方共同致力于推进中国人力资源事业的发展。中国人力资源开发研究会推出的《中国人力资源管理者职业水平标准》 在开发的过程中也汲取了美国人力资源管理协会的宝贵意见与经验,并已逐步确立了该标准在国内人力资源领域的重要地位。今后,双方将在更广泛的领域继续进行合作。Reference Materials for Preparatory Session 2 for HASA    3 / 3  15/15

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