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Hr frameworks chapter 1

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Hr frameworks chapter 1

  1. 1. “When managers take up human resource (HR) activities as part of their jobs, they look out for ways to facilitate the contribution people make towards achieving an organization’s strategies and plans.”
  2. 2. Importance of HR efforts can be understood by the fact that people are the common element in every organization; they create the strategies and innovations for which organizations are known for.
  3. 3. “Assets make things possible, people make things happen.” Slogan at a Union Carbide Plant.
  4. 4. HR efforts are used to further the firm’s competitive advantage as they support the company’s strategies, in ways that are ethically and socially responsible.
  5. 5. HR activities contribute to the bottom-line success of organizations but on the way they are faced with various challenges.
  6. 6. Central challenges BETTER ORGANIZATIONS Global competitive challenges Unemployment challenges Social responsibility challenges Medical, food, housing challenges Population- growth challenges Workforce diversity challenges Ethical challenges Unknown challenges The Central Challenges to Organizations
  7. 7. The more effective and efficient our organizations are, the more easily our society can meet these challenges and opportunities.
  8. 8. goods or services that society EFFECTIVE : Producing the right deems appropriate. amount of resources needed to EFFICIENT : Using the minimum produce its goods and services.
  9. 9. When organizations can serve more customers using fewer resources, they result in improvement in industrial productivity.
  10. 10. organization’s outputs to its inputs. PRODUCTIVITY : Ratio of an Organizations enjoy increased find ways to use fewer resources productivity when they are able to to produce its output.
  11. 11. HR actions contribute to improved productivity directly by finding better and more efficient ways to meet objectives and indirectly by improving the quality of work life for employees.
  12. 12. The Purpose of Human Resource Management is to improve the productive contributions of people to the organization in ways that are strategically, ethically, and socially responsible.
  13. 13. The Objectives of Human Resource Management Four objectives are common to HR management which guide HR functions in practice.
  14. 14. Organizational Objective: HR management is not an end in itself; it is only a means of assisting managers with their human resource issues. The HR department exists to help managers achieve the objectives of the organization.
  15. 15. Functional Objective: Resources are wasted when HR management is more or less sophisticated than the organization demands.
  16. 16. Societal Objective: To be ethically and socially responsive to the needs and challenges of society while minimizing the negative impact of such demands on the organization.
  17. 17. Personal Objective: Assisting employees achieving their personal goals that may enhance contribution to the organization. It helps in maintaining, retaining, and motivating employees.
  18. 18. Every HR decision may not contribute to these objectives but they serve as a check on decisions. They help in analyzing the reasons behind various activities of the department.
  19. 19. 1.HR Planning 2.Recruitment 3.Selection 4.Orientation / Training 5.Placement 6.Development 7.Appraisal 8.Compensation 9.Employee Relations 10.Assessment Human Resource Management Activities
  20. 20. Societal Objectives 1. Legal Compliance 2. Benefits 3. Union-management relations Management Objectives & Supporting Activities
  21. 21. Organizational Objectives 1. HR Planning 2. Employee Relations 3. Selection 4. Training & Development 5. Appraisal 6. Placement 7. Assessment Management Objectives & Supporting Activities
  22. 22. Functional Objectives 1. Appraisal 2. Placement 3. Assessment Management Objectives & Supporting Activities
  23. 23. Personal Objectives 1. Training & Development 2. Appraisal 3. Placement 4. Compensation 5. Assessment Management Objectives & Supporting Activities
  24. 24. Line Authority Staff Authority Functional Authority Dual Responsibility Management Objectives & Supporting Activities
  25. 25. HRM Model and Subsystems Objectives Societal Organizational Functional Personal I Frameworks And Challenges
  26. 26. Viewpoints of Human Resource Management •Strategic Approach •Human Resource Approach •Management Approach •System Approach •Proactive Approach
  27. 27. Thank you

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