Human Resource Management
Human Resource Management is a strategic and
comperhensive approach to managing people and the
workplace culture and environment.
* Who does HRM ?
Whos does HRM depends on the size of the organization.
In larger organizations, the HR generalist, manager, and
director have clearly defined, seperated roles in HR
management. HRM can also be performed by line managers.
* Managing HR Today
Human Resource Management have to deal with
Peopel of diverse nature
Human Resource Management is shifting from focusing on the
organization of the business to focusing on the business of the
Equal Employment Oppurtunity (EEO)
Employment that is not affected by illegal
Blind to differences
Differences among the people should be ignored and
everyone should be treated equally.
Individuals within a group identified for protection
under equal employment laws and regulation.
* Planning & Recruting
resource planning is a method of planning to
ensure that the organization has the right number and
kinds of capable people in the right places and at the right
is locating, identifing, attracting, selecting and
onboarding capable person for a job.
* Testing & Selecting
Testing and Selecting involves screening job applicants to
ensure that the most appropriate candidates are hired.
Testing & Selection Tools
Performance Management & Appraisal
Performance management system is a system that
establishes performance standards that are used to evaluate
Performance Appraisal Methods
Graphic Rating Scale
BARS(Behaviorally Anchored Rating Scale)
Compensation and benefits (“C&B”) is a sub-discipline
of Human Resources, focused on employee compensation
and benefits policy-making.
Types of Compensating
Sikill-based pay- A pay system that rewards employees
for the job skills they demonstrate
Variable pay- A pay system in which an individual’s
compensation is contigent on performance.
Human Resource Management is the affirmative
moral obligations of the employer (business) towards
the employees to maintain equality and equity justice.
Type I Ethics
about what is
right or wrong
Type II Ethics
* Managing Labour Relations
People working together to achieve shared jobrelated goals.
* Safety & Health
Health and safety is often seen as a separate
function to human resources .
However, Health and Safety Executive (HSE) stats
show that over 200 people are killed each year in accidents
at work and over one million people are injured.
Good health and safety policies of Human
Resource Management can protect an organisation from
the cost of lost time, litigation, fines, and the possible loss
of reputation and client contracts.