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  • Personnel management
    • It may be defined as a set of programmes, functions and activities designed to maximise both personal and organisational goals.
    • It involves the establishment of various policies to deal with employees and to retain them.
    • It lays out the rules regarding working conditions, designs compensation plans and strengthens employer-employee relations.
  • Features of PM
    • It is concerned with employees both as individuals and as group in attaining goals.
    • It is also concerned with behavioral, emotional and social aspects of personnel
    • It is concerned with development of HR. It optimise knowledge, capability, skills and potentialities towards attaining both employee-organisational goals.
  • Features Cont.
    • It covers all levels and categories (unskilled, skilled, technical, profesional, clerical and managerial)of employees
    • It applies to the employees in all types of organisations in the world (industry, trade, socail, political and government deptt.)
    • PM is a responsibility of all line managers and a function performed by staff managers acros the organisation.
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  • Features Cont.
    • PM is the central subsystem of an organisation and it permeates all types of functional management.
    • PM aims at securing unreserved co-operation from all employees in order to attain predetermined goals.
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  • Personnel Policy
    • Policies are general statements that guide thinking and action in Decision Making.
    • They offer the general standards or parameters based on which decisions are reached. They serve as road map for managers on a number of issues such recruitment (for physically challenged),selection (based on merit), promotion and compensation.
  • Characteristics of Personnel Policy
    • Related to objectives
    • Easy to understand
    • Stable as well as Flexible
    • Precise and Based on facts
    • Appropriate number
    • Just, Fair and Equitable
    • Reasonable
    • Review
  • Types of Personnel Policy
    • Originated policies: Established by top level
    • Appealed policies: based on situations and come from subordinates
    • Imposed policies: from Govt. and Unions
    • General policies
    • Specific policies: cover specific issues
    • Written or Implied policies
  • Roles of Personnel Management ROLES ADMINISTRATIVE ROLES STRATEGIC ROLES OPERATIVE ROLES
  • ADMINISTRATIVE ROLES POLICY MAKING ADMINISTRATION EXPERT ADVISOR HOUSEKEEPING COUNSELLING WELFARE OFFICER LEGAL CONSULATANT
  • STRATEGIC ROLES CHANGE AGENT STRATEGIC PARTNER
  • OPERATIVE ROLES RECRUITMENT TRAINING MOTIVATOR CO-ORDINATOR MEDIATER EMPLOYEE CHAMPION
  • HR Department in Small Organization MANAGER PRODUCTION MANAGER SALES MANAGER OFFICE MANAGER ACCOUNTANT PERSONNEL MANAGER
  • HR Department in Large Organization GENERAL MANAGER PM ADMN HRM IRM
  • Manager Personnel 
    • Human resource
    • Planning Hiring
    • Grievance Handling
    • Compensation
  • Manager Administration 
    • Public Relation
    • Canteen
    • Welfare
    • Transport
    • Legal
  • Manager HRD 
    • Performance Appraisal
    • Training
    • Development
  • Staff Role of HR Department
    • Policy formulation: recruitment,selection,training,appraisal.
    • Advising: Managing HR,IR
    • Assistance and Service: Securing and scrutinising applications,conducting tests,interviews,orientation,developing relations
    • Monitering and Control : Performance Appraisal,Personnel Audit, implementation of Policies and Programmes.
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