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Basically Human resource management is in the business of maintaining staff within an organisation. Adequate compensation and motivation is being require by the HR manager. Every organisations private or governmental needs a HR personnel.
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Management is the core of any organization.
Employee productivity (as measured by output per employee per time period) is important to every organisation. By developing policies that cover every aspect of the employment life cycle of an individual employee, management hope to retain and maintain an employee within the organisation and lift their performance level to the optimum level.
Organisations must ensure that they comply with these laws and regulations otherwise they face a fine, imprisonment or closure of the organisation.
Also, the Human Resources Manager must be sure that the policies and practices put into place are consistent with the strategic long-term objectives of the organisation.
Managers of organisations look to enhance employee performance in order to increase employee productivity.
Enhancing employee performance means that management must look at every aspect of the employment cycle of that employee. Management must ensure that employees are suitably selected, correctly trained and also appropriately remunerated and motivated to stay on the job.
Management must also take into account various legislative enactments which impact on the way that employees are actually employed.
Laws dictate the minimum (or 'safety net') terms of employment and the conditions of employment:
• they dictate what employers can and cannot do in the workplace;
• whom they can and cannot employ;
• the nature of the environment within which employees work and
• what happens when employees want to leave the workplace voluntarily or are forced to leave the workplace by management.
There is a direct correlation between the management of the human resources of an organisation and the achievement of organisational objectives.
The attainment of organisational objectives will require the co-operation of employees and a concerted effort on their part to achieve the objectives.