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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 ”.
Objectives Of Management
Levels of Management
Non managerial employees
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.
Functions of Management
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
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.
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”.
Importance of Staffing
Ensures survival and growth.
Discovers competant personnel.
Improves morale and job satisfaction.
Ensures optimum utilisation of human resources.
Aspects of Staffing
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 .
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.
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.
Importance of Training and Development
Improves skills and knowledge.
Enhances employee productivity.
Improves morale and reduces absenteeism.
Equips future manager in case of emergency.
Types of Training Methods
On the job methods.
Off the job methods.
On The Job Training Methods
Off The Job Training Methods
Class room lectures.
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.
Process of selection
Reference and background checks.
Contract of employment.
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.
Types of compensation
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.