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  • 1. GROUP NO. 10 PRESENTS
  • 2. MAN POWER MANAGEMENT
  • 3. Manpower Management
    • In simple words it means , Managing men and its power in a planned way such that it generates profit for the organisation , without even wasting the resources.
    • Training , Time , Technology and Tactful methods helps the manager to manage the staff.
  • 4. Definition of Management
    • According to Krietner “ Management is the process of working with and through others to effectively achieve organisational objectives by efficiently using limited resources in the changing environment ”.
  • 5. Objectives Of Management
    • organisational objectives.
    • personal objectives.
    • social objectives.
  • 6. Levels of Management
    • Top management.
    • Middle management.
    • Operational management.
    • Non managerial employees
  • 7. Management at HCL
    • Shiv Nadar , Chairman and CEO of HCL , attributes the success of the group to its management team which together have enabled it to handle rapid changes in environments and technologies , and to transform threats in to opportunities.
  • 8. Functions of Management
    • Planning.
    • Organising.
    • Staffing .
    • Directing.
    • Controlling.
  • 9. Introduction to Staffing
    • Growth of an organisation requires the
    • continual infusion of quality staff.
    • Adequate staff and human resources are
    • essential requrement for an organisation’s
    • success.
  • 10. Management of Human Resources At INFOSYS
    • “ Our assets walk out of the door each evening. We have to make sure that they come back the next morning.” ( Narayana Murthi , CEO, Infosys).
    • He recognises the value of human assets in maintaining competitive position.
  • 11. Definition of Staffing
    • According to McFarland “ Staffing is a function by which manager builds an organisation through recruitment , selection and development of individuals as capable employees”.
  • 12. Importance of Staffing
    • Improves performance.
    • Ensures survival and growth.
    • Discovers competant personnel.
    • Improves morale and job satisfaction.
    • Ensures optimum utilisation of human resources.
  • 13. Aspects of Staffing
    • Recruitment.
    • Selection.
    • Compensation
  • 14. Recruitment
    • It is the process of searching for the potential candidates and stimulating them to apply for jobs in the organisation.
    • Advertisement could be displayed on factory gate or office gate.
    • Both internal and external sources of recruitment may be explained .
  • 15. Training and Development
    • It is a process of increasing knowledge and skills.
    • It enables the manager to the job better.
    • It helps in improving skills related to a particular job.
    • It is a short term process and a job oriented process.
  • 16. Process of Training and Development
    • This step involves improving job knowledge , skills and attitude of employees on regular basis.
    • .
    • Organisations have in house training centers with training and educational institutes to ensure continuing learning of their employees.
    • Through training employees perform better and contribute more to organisational effectiveness and efficiency.
  • 17. Importance of Training and Development
    • Increases satisfaction.
    • Improves performance.
    • Improves skills and knowledge.
    • Enhances employee productivity.
    • Improves morale and reduces absenteeism.
    • Equips future manager in case of emergency.
  • 18. Types of Training Methods
    • On the job methods.
    • Off the job methods.
    • .
  • 19. On The Job Training Methods
    • Job rotation.
    • Coaching.
    • Internship training.
    • Apprenticeship programme.
  • 20. Off The Job Training Methods
    • Class room lectures.
    • Case study.
    • Vestibule training.
    • Computer modelling
  • 21. Selection
    • It is the process of selecting the most suitable candidate from the pool of prospective candidates.
    • The rigour involves a hosts of tests and interview.
    • Those who are able to negotiate the test are offered an employment contract.
  • 22. Process of selection
    • Preliminary screening.
    • Selection tests.
    • Employment interview.
    • Reference and background checks.
    • Selection decision.
    • Medical examination.
    • Job offer.
    • Contract of employment.
  • 23. Compensation
    • Compensation refers to all forms of pay or rewards going to employees.
    • This step includes matching the person’s compensation with his contribution made to the organisation.
  • 24. Types of compensation
    • Wages.
    • Salaries.
    • Incentives.
    • Commissions.
    • Bonuses.
    • Indirect payments.
  • 25. Performance appraisal
    • It means evaluating employees current or past performance as against predetermined standards.
    • .
    • The employee is expected to know what the standards are and the superior is to provide the employee feedback on his or her performance.
  • 26. Importance of performance appraisal
    • Personal Attention.
    • Feedback.
    • Career Path.
    • Employee Accountability.
    • Communicate Divisional and Company Goals.
  • 27. Methods of Performance Appraisal
    • Critical incident method.
    • Weighted checklist method.
    • Performance ranking method.
    • Management by Objectives.
    • Graphic rating scales.
    • Essay Evaluation method.
  • 28. THANK YOU
  • 29. Team members.
    • Sidharth Dhingra. (group leader)
    • Akhilesh Gulati.
    • Akash Sharma.
    • Jatin Singla.
    • Kanav Sachdeva.
    • Ramit Likhi.
  • 30.