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  • NANA OSEI MARFO Ghana is a function in orgainisatons design too maximize employee performance in service of their employers strategic objective
    2014-11-26 14:11:43

  • NANA OSEI MARFO Ghana human resource management is the sensitive Department in a company
    2014-11-26 14:11:39

  • Mohamed Rashid Maldives Human Resource Management is a crucial area that gives major impact to the organizations performance. Often times managing human resources become challenging when we ask the employee to perform the task without looking in to employees condition on executing the work. It is the employee who face the customer and perform services, hence, the Employee's mood, psychological status and job satisfaction makes the organization and services customer satisfied. Often times we believe that "No employee should bring personal stress to office and should not take Office Stress to home". HOW PRACTICAL CAN THIS BE? I believe we being human-beings, its impossible to switch of our mood and stress when ever we want. Hence, its only the employee's performing status that matters and that can be improved only by supporting and addressing employee's personal and other related issues. It is a Win-Win for both organization and employee. Making the maximum use of right talent of the employee and improving the right area of the organization.
    2014-11-26 07:11:30

  • Jibril Isaaq Husein United States of America i am very happy my this course an i will hope to complete correctly.
    2014-11-26 07:11:52

  • Oyewo Ibukun Nigeria Human resource management is an essential function in organizations whose purpose is to maximize employee performances with whichever job description is theirs. Human resource is majorly concerned with how people are treated and managed within the organizations they find themselves thereby focusing on the organisation's policies and systems.
    2014-11-25 14:11:11

  • Mesfin K Wondimu Ethiopia what are the basic/critical issues that manager focus to manage employees in the right way and what are the strategies to be applied by the manager
    2014-11-25 12:11:52

  • Mesfin K Wondimu Ethiopia Human Resource is the most important resource among other resources in the organization. Human resource is a key resource to run the organization activities smoothly, effectively and efficiently in every level of organizational structure. so, to be effective and utilize the available human talent properly, proper human resource management is vital. This implies that to manage human talent from the beginning of acquiring, retaining, developing/ motivating employees, good management style is essential to motivate and inspire employees to accomplish their task fruitfully.
    2014-11-25 12:11:35

  • Muyiwa Adalumoh Nigeria Human Resource make up an organisation
    2014-11-25 08:11:28

  • Hilda Mankalembi Ambe South Africa It helps in knowing the norms of life.
    2014-11-24 19:11:13

    • Hilda Mankalembi Ambe South Africa Indeed.
      2014-11-24 19:11:43
  • Hilda Mankalembi Ambe South Africa How long does it take to complete a diploma cause in human resourse management.
    2014-11-24 19:11:10

    • Chrystal Cabral Tanzania Ola it is course not cause depends on your speed and understanding
      2014-11-25 07:11:31
    • Hilda Mankalembi Ambe South Africa Will depend.
      2014-11-24 19:11:45
  • Hilda Mankalembi Ambe South Africa How long does it take to complete course?
    2014-11-24 19:11:58

  • Hilda Mankalembi Ambe South Africa Posted
    2014-11-24 19:11:03

  • Hilda Mankalembi Ambe South Africa How benefical is this course to all company employees?
    2014-11-24 19:11:13

  • Hilda Mankalembi Ambe South Africa This course is a very important one for me as it will make me grow in my organisation
    2014-11-24 19:11:56

  • Stephen Diya Nigeria It helps in knowing the norms of life.
    2014-11-24 18:11:46

  • Mesfin K Wondimu Ethiopia Human resource Management is the process of administrate and utilize the right talent in the organization to meet the organizational Goal
    2014-11-24 13:11:39

  • Xarrago Abdi Ethiopia 1. How Human Resource Management relates with other departments? 2. What kind of Resource we are managing? 3. Does HRM only deals with human beings?
    2014-11-24 03:11:19

  • Xarrago Abdi Ethiopia HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (HRM) What is human resource management? Management & HRM  Management refers to the process of achieving organizational objectives with and through the effort of people and other resources. Organization  Organizational activities require human effort and capabilities  Organizations depend on performance of people for achieving its mission and goals  Organizations are directed by decisions of one or more people HRM  Human resource management (HRM): can be defined as the utilization of human resources to achieve organizational objectives. MAJOR ESSENTIAL FEATURES OF HRM  HRM is human focus: concerned with the people dimension of the organizational management.  HRM is a pervasive activity: inherent in all organizations & concerns every manager in the origination  HRM is a Continuous function, not a onetime activity  HRM is dynamic: as a dynamic function affected by internal and external changes  HRM is a System: a system consisting of interrelated acquisition, development, motivation, and maintenance subsystems  The HR is most critical element in an organization since people make the decisions concerning all other organizational resources. Major Objectives of HRM  Goal achievement ◦ Achieve Social responsibility goal by creating employment opportunities and meet social needs  Structure maintenance ◦ Facilitate working relationship among all members of the organization  Goal harmony ◦ Creates harmony between organization goals and employees personal goals.  Productivity improvement ◦ Develop employees through training and other opportunities  Efficiency promotion ◦ Ensures cost effective use of HRs Major HRM Functions 1. Human Resource Planning (HRP) ◦ The process of systematically reviewing human resource requirements. 2. Recruitment ◦ The process of attracting individuals in sufficient numbers and encouraging them to apply for jobs. 3. Selection ◦ The process of choosing from a group of applicants the individuals best suited for a particular position. 4. Orientation ◦ The formal process of familiarizing new employees with the organization, their job, and their work unit. 5. Training and Development ◦ Aim to increase employee's ability to contribute to organizational effectiveness. 6. Compensation Management ◦ Refers to the administration of every type of reward that individuals receive in return for their services. 7. Performance Evaluation ◦ A formal system of periodic review and evaluation of an individual's job performance. 8. Safety and Health ◦ Safety involves protecting employees from injuries caused by work- related accidents. ◦ Health refers to the employees’ freedom from illness and their general physical and mental well-being. 9. Promotions, transfers, demotions and separations ◦ Promotions, transfers, demotions, and separations reflect an employee's value to the organization. 10. Human Resource Research ◦ A systematic gathering, recording, analyzing, and interpretation of data for guiding human resource management decisions. 11. Other areas such as employee relations, collective bargaining, employee discipline Ethical issues & Dilemmas in HRM  Ethics:- guiding principles that help decide between what is right and wrong.  It involves going beyond the law designed to protect employee rights and dignities in employment decisions.  Common Ethical issues in HRM  Access to employee files  Drug tests  Polygraph tests (Honesty tests)  Fair credit reporting  Worker adjustment and Retraining notification  Public policy violation  Breach of good faith  Whistle blowing
    2014-11-24 03:11:57

  • UR14EE063 DAVID JAMES J India Good
    2014-11-22 15:11:04

  • Piotr Wojciechowski United Kingdom What is "street smarts"?
    2014-11-21 22:11:59

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