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Human resources management

  1. 1. Human Resources Management Business Management Unit Three Mrs. Walton
  2. 2. Learning Objectives • Student we be able to: ▫ Give examples of how business find new employees. ▫ Name ways employees are oriented, trained, and evaluated ▫ List the ways an employee’s status might change
  3. 3. Key Terms • Human resource management • Job description • Compensation • Recruitment • Orientation • On-the-job training • Group training • Performance appraisal • Promotion • Transfer • Separation
  4. 4. Employees: the Key to Success • A business’s human resource is the people who work for it • Human resources management is the process of finding, selecting, training, and evaluating employees. • The first step in this process is finding the right person for the job.
  5. 5. Job Description • Job description is a detailed outline of the duties, qualifications and conditions required to do a specific job • Compensation is how much the job pays and the benefits offered Example of an Accounting Job Description
  6. 6. Employee Benefits • Health care ▫ HMO ▫ PPO ▫ Hospitalization • Retirement ▫ Social security ▫ Pension plans ▫ 401K or 403B
  7. 7. Job Recruitment • To find the best person for the job, the human resource manager must recruit them • Recruitment means actively looking for qualified people to fill a job • Ways to recruit ▫ Place ads  Newspaper  Magazine  Schools  Internet
  8. 8. The Selection Process • You can increase your chances ▫ A neat appearance, poise and confident ▫ The skill needed for the job ▫ Communication skills ▫ Know how to do business around the world  Find out the acceptable business practices in the country the business is located in.  Get acquainted with what other country do  Check the Internet for information about international business
  9. 9. Steps in Selecting a Candidate for a Job • Each candidate must fill out an application listing his experience, skills, and references • Interview the candidate to get detailed information about them • Test the candidate to make sure they have the right skills • Check out their references
  10. 10. Developing Employees • Orientation ▫ The process of helping new employees adjust to a company • Training ▫ On-the-job training involves learning a new job by actually doing it ▫ Group training an instructor or manager teacher an employee to use the program in a class with other employees • Evaluating Employees ▫ Performance appraisal is an evaluation of how well an employee is doing their job.
  11. 11. Employee Turnover • Promotion ▫ Move to a higher-level job with more authority, responsibility and pay • Transfer ▫ A move to another job within a company at the same level and pay
  12. 12. Employee Turnover (cont.) • Separation ▫ Leaving a company for any reason  Quit  Resign  Retire ▫ Can be voluntary or involuntary  Downsizing – reduce the number of employees  Layoff occurs when there is not enough work for all employees  Termination or fired (last resort)