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introduction the main principles of managing human resources in the organization

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  • 1. Presented by Sugiharto, SH. MM umanHR esources anagement M © HRM ONE Created by Sugiharto, SH.MM - MMX
  • 2. What isManagement ? © HRM ONE Created by Sugiharto, SH.MM - MMX
  • 3. Management is.. Effectively Planning Organizing Through MANAGEMENT Other GOALS Leading People Controlling Efficiently © HRM ONE Created by Sugiharto, SH.MM - MMX
  • 4. GOALS LIMITEDRESOURCES Common Factors inMANPOWER The Management © HRM ONE Created by Sugiharto, SH.MM - MMX
  • 5. Organizationsin the Management Consist of People with various Background Depends on People to Operate Organizations without Manpower is Nothing © HRM ONE Created by Sugiharto, SH.MM - MMX
  • 6. H R Management The Definitions Acquiring Their Services Organization Human Resources Developing Their Skillsis concerned with the ‘people’ Motivating Them to High Dimension Levels of Performance In management Objectives Ensuring and Maintaining their commitments © HRM ONE Created by Sugiharto, SH.MM - MMXIV
  • 7. H R Management The OUTLINE 1 ACQUISITIONS 2 DEVELOPMENT 3 MOTIVATING 4 MAINTENANCEManaging HR Activities © HRM ONE Created by Sugiharto, SH.MM - MMX
  • 8. 1 ACQUISITIONS The Planned based on: The profile’s candidate must match to the Company Goals setting’s requirements Total on manpower quantity prediction according on the organization’s demand Recruitment follows by selection and orientations © HRM ONE Created by Sugiharto, SH.MM - MMX
  • 9. 2 DEVELOPMENT Skills and Capabilities toward productivity behavior acquisition along with increasing the executives conceptual skills Human Resources Facilitating them to face the Development future changes / challenges FOCUS ON Providing Long Term Career © HRM ONE Created by Sugiharto, SH.MM - MMX
  • 10. 3 MOTIVATION Job SatisfactionThe Motivation Covers Performance Appraisal Behavior Pattern Productivities Recognition Problem Solving © HRM ONE Created by Sugiharto, SH.MM 2009
  • 11. 4 MAINTENANCE Concerning on more profitable area for organizationContradiction Function against motivation Servicing and Proper available working condition Provided by Organization in order to… maintain the Human Resources commitment to the organization’s goals © HRM ONE Created by Sugiharto, SH.MM 2009
  • 12. Service Oriented EFFECTIVELY Management Provide Wide Opportunity to MANAGERIAL any HR actively participate in COMPETENCY The Organization Development EFFICIENTLY Striving any available Entrepreneurship potency in every available human resource in the organizationBASIC PRINCIPLES OF HR-D © HRM ONE Created by Sugiharto, SH.MM - MMX
  • 13. The HUMAN FACTORHuman Resource is part of the citizenwho prepares to work productively someone who is capable to work when he reaches in the productive age © HRM ONE Created by Sugiharto, SH.MM - MMX
  • 14. HUMAN FACTOR Human Factor is the only organization resource which is able to develop the organization’s competitive advantage To Win The Competition# Ken Kutaragi the Playstation’s Father © HRM ONE Created by Sugiharto, SH.MM - MMX
  • 15. The HR-M Roles Administrative functions Recruitment-selections Compensation analysis Benefits Administration Training Development General Employee adm. © HRM ONE Created by Sugiharto, SH.MM 2009
  • 16. Technology developmentHR availability - quality Organization Re-structuring Economic growth Demographic Human Resource Challenges © HRM ONE Created by Sugiharto, SH.MM 2009
  • 17. The HRM Activities Recruitment and staffing HR Development Equal Employment OpportunityCompensations and Benefits Planning – Analysis of the HR Remuneration Employees Relation © HRM ONE Created by Sugiharto, SH.MM 2009
  • 18. The HRM Objectives Proportion45 % 25 % Recruitment, Training - Development selection, positioning 10 % 20% Compensations Industrial relations © HRM ONE Created by Sugiharto, SH.MM 2009
  • 19. The HR - Management Focuses On Increasing Value of the Human Capital Recruiting and Maintenance the HR HR skills and capability development Identification and Compensation Cost and effectiveness system result Efficient Administration © HRM ONE Created by Sugiharto, SH.MM 2009
  • 20. The Evolution of HRM Traditional HR functions: HR on the next century:Administration focused only focused on Strategy Reactive Pro - ActiveSeparated & isolated from As key part of the Company’s mission Company’s mission Production focused only Focused on Services Vertical authority Horizontal responsibility Human Resources=cost HR=investment (expertise) © HRM ONE Created by Sugiharto, SH.MM 2009
  • 21. THANK YOU For LISTENING HRM Basic Principles Presented by Sugiharto, SH. MM Re-programmed Presentation created by ugik013 Presentation Pro Images provided by Personal collectionsE-mail: ugik013@yahoo.com STIE GICI Business School © 2013