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HRM In TATA AIG

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Human Resource Management in TATA AIG.

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HRM In TATA AIG

  1. 1. Role of Human Resource IN Human Resource Management By- Naynesh Desai 02 Faheem Gire 10 Preeti Parab 30 Shraddha Sawant 49 Sai Joshi 56 Koyal Shedge 71 Rukhsar Faruqui 91 IN TATA AIG LIFE INSURANCE
  2. 2.  Human resource management is a function of management concern with hiring, motivating and maintaining people an organization.  It focuses on people in the organization.  Human Resource Management includes:  Recruiting the right people for the job.  Orienting and training.  Managing wages and salaries.  Providing benefits and incentives.  Evaluating performance.  Resolving disputes. What is HRM ?
  3. 3.  The human resources management department strategically manage people as business resources.  This includes managing recruiting and hiring employees, coordinating employee benefits and suggesting employee training and development strategies.  HR managers solve many issues related to employees. Role of HRM in organization
  4. 4.  Cost saving.  Managing performance.  Help companies manage their staff fairly.  Help avoid employment issues.  Training & development.  Recruitment.  Employee engagement.  Help with reward. Why we need HR in a company?
  5. 5.  Recruitment & selection  Motivation  Training & development  Employee welfare  Performance appraisal  Compensation  Separation  Human Resource Information System(HRIS) HRM involves following contents:
  6. 6.  The recruitment and selection process is important for new and established businesses.  Recruitment refers to the overall process of attracting, selecting and appointing suitable candidates for jobs within an organization, either permanent or temporary.  Selection is the process of picking individuals (out of the pool of job applicants) with requisite qualifications and competence to fill jobs in the organization. Recruitment & selection
  7. 7.  Placement Agencies and Consultants  Campus Recruitments  Off-campus Recruitments  Internal Job Postings  Promotions(existing employees)  Moving across verticals(existing employees) Sources of Recruitment
  8. 8.  Preliminary interview: This is done to eliminate the candidates who are not found to be appropriate for the job.  Interview: Once the capable candidates are selected amongst all, they are called for a interview.  Selection Decision: The person is analyzed by the manager on the basis of the above stages and is then finally selected for the job. Selection Procedure
  9. 9.  WHAT IS MOTIVATION ? Motivation is a desire to achieve a goal, combined with the energy to work toward that goals.  Motivation = value of outcome * Expectation of achieving it. Motivation
  10. 10. Providing Incentives Recognition to employees Providing sponsored holidays for employees and their family Motivation in TATA AIG
  11. 11.  Friday Movie Mania  Recharge zone  Sports Club  Annual Theme Party  Celebration Week  Town Hall  World of Work(WOW) Special Motivational Programs
  12. 12.  Training: The act of increasing the skills of an employee for doing a particular job, and thus it’s a process of learning a sequence of programmed behavior to do that particular job.  Development: It refers broadly to the nature and direction of change induced in employees, through the process of training and educative process. Training and Development
  13. 13. Training  Company conducts on-the-job training(OJT) programs for its employees.  Functional programs- for expertise in respective domain.  Talent Acceleration programs- improving soft skills  Duration: Monthly or Quarterly or Weekly depending upon product and requirement.
  14. 14.  E-learning courses  Career progression programs.  Leadership Development ladder. Development
  15. 15.  Welfare means the physical, mental, moral and emotional well-being of an individual.  Employee welfare is concerned with the welfare facilities provided by an organization to its employees.  It is done for the comfort of employees and is provided apart from wages. Employee welfare
  16. 16.  It improves the loyalty and morale of the employee.  Helps to improve the goodwill and public image of the enterprise.  It helps to improve industrial relation and industrial peace.  It helps to improve employee productivity. Objectives of employee welfare in TATA AIG
  17. 17. Employee welfare in TATA AIG  Welfare facilities can be broadly classified into two groups:  1. These are provided within the organization :- › Canteen › Rest room  2. These are provided outside the organization:- › Leave travel facilities
  18. 18.  Performance Appraisal is the systematic evaluation of the performance of employees and to understand the abilities of a person for further growth and development.  Performance appraisal is generally done in systematic ways which are as follows: › The supervisors measure the pay of employees and compare it with targets and plans. › The supervisor analyses the factors behind work performances of employees. › The employers are in position to guide the employees for a better performance. Performance appraisal
  19. 19.  The checklist method is a behaviorally based approach to performance appraisal that requires raters to observe rater’s behavior and record performance related judgments about these‐ behaviors.  In this approach to performance appraisal, a list of job relevant behaviors is developed.‐  Raters are asked to record (a) whether or not each behavior has been performed by the rater or (b) the degree to which each item describes the person being evaluated.  Several important characteristics of the checklist can help us to appreciate this method. Performance Appraisal done in TATA AIG
  20. 20. Examples
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  22. 22.  Compensation is the reward earned by employees.  Basic- 30% of annual salary  Bonus(yearly): is given to the employee yearly basis for some occasion like Diwali so that employee performance is increase.  HRA: house rent allowance is provided by company to employee if the employee is away from his home, so that travelling distance from his place to organization decrease. Compensation
  23. 23.  Medical Allowance: Organization give medical allowance. If employee hurt due to any medical then immediately medical provided to him.  Other Allowance(Food, mobile phone bills, etc.): Company provide other allowance like lunch mobile bill if he is using phone calls for company etc.
  24. 24.  Mediclaim: Mediclaim policy covers benefits if one suffer illness/disease or constrict injury through accident either in India or foreign, if this occurred then organization provide all cost of repair.  Superannuation: These savings are one of the most tax effective ways of saving for the long time.  Incentive: Incentive depends on employee if employee achieve target within given period and work for company then they provide bonus.  Performance bonus: Organization give bonus salary or reward so that the performance of employee improve. Benefits Apart From Salary
  25. 25.  Separation occurs when an employee leaves the organization.  Separations can be either voluntary or involuntary.  The entire separation process should be handled smoothly without separating employees feeling harassed.  Employee separation needs to be handled with sensitivity, discretion and speed so that exit can happens smoothly and on good terms. Separation
  26. 26. Types of separation
  27. 27.  Voluntary separation:  Resignation/Quits  Retirements  Involuntary separation:  Dismissal or Discharge  Layoff  Retrenchment  VRS  Downsizing
  28. 28.  It is an intersection between HRM and IT.  It is a tool used to access HR-related information and perform functions like acquiring, storing, manipulating, analysing and retrieving information.  It helps HR managers perform HR functions in a more effective and systematic way using technology. Human Resource Information System(HRIS)
  29. 29. Advantages & Disadvantages Advantages Disadvantages Faster information process Human error during information input Greater information accuracy Costly technology to update your system Automated reminders: Systems can schedule events, such as performance appraisals and benefit deadlines Specialized Knowledge Benefits administration. This could include enrollment, notices, changes, and reporting. Fear of loss of confidential data
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