6N4310 Business Management Assignment
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1|P a g eThe Open College Assessment Declaration form for FETAC approved coursesThis declaration must be completed in full and submitted with your assignment. It can beposted back with your assignment or pasted into your documents and emailed.SubmissionModule Title & CodeBusiness management 6N4310Assessment TechniqueAssignment (2)TutorStudent Name(print)Krizandra LangeveldtStudent NumberPPS NumberPlagiarism DeclarationPlagiarism,Plagiarism is an offence where a person(student) presents an assignment or pieceof work as their own but which has beencopied in whole or part from other sourceswithout permission or dueacknowledgement in the test.Declaration,I declare that all work I submit forassessment is my own work and does notinvolve plagiarismName(signature)DateThe Open College, Unit 9, Leopardstown Business Centre, Ballyogan Rd, Dublin18Tel: 012061828Info@theopencollege.comwww.theopencollege.comA human resource manager’s role in a company is to plan and coordinate the administrativefunctions of the business. The human resource manager’s main functions are,recruiting,
2|P a g einterviewing, hiring and the development of employees. They act as the link betweenmanagement and its employees. One of the human resource manager’s jobs is to develop andtrain new and existing employees.1.A comprehensive evaluation.Role of human resource within an organisation.A chosen area within human resource management is staff development and training which isvital to a business success. Managers provide staff with the training they require when theystart their employment and develop any skills they have brought to the business. A businesscan’t function without continues training and development. A business is constantly changingand it is the Human Resource Managers job to ensure that all employees are trained to thehighest standard.Trained employees work better as they use the training they have gained to complete theirdaily tasks. This in turn helps the business to run smoothly without major interruptions.Training is also used as a recruitment tool. Many people want a job where they can grow asindividuals. A business can attract and keep good employees if they can offer developmentopportunities. Training also promotes job satisfaction, encouraging employees to developmore rounded skill sets that will help them contribute to the company.The more engaged and involved employees are the more they will offer the business.Training is also used as way of keeping employees, offering staff ways to grow within thebusiness encourages them to stay within the organisation. Cross-training builds team spirit, asemployees appreciate the challenges faced by co-workers. Spreading knowledge and trainingis important, as managers will have a hard time replacing that employee and the time theyhave spent on training.1.Needs assessment and learning objectives.This part of the framework developmentasks you to consider what kind of training is needed in your organization. Once youhave determined the training needed, you can set learning objectives to measure at theend of the training.2.Consideration of learning styles.Making sure to teach to a variety of learning stylesis important to development of training programs.3.Delivery mode.What is the best way to get your message across? Is web-basedtraining more appropriate, or should mentoring be used? Can vestibule training beused for a portion of the training while job shadowing be used for some of thetraining, too? Most training programs will include a variety of delivery methods.4.Budget.How much money do you have to spend on this training?5.Delivery style.Will the training be self-paced or instructor led? What kinds ofdiscussions and interactivity can be developed in conjunction with this training?
3|P a g e6.Audience.Who will be part of this training? Do you have a mix of roles, such asaccounting people and marketing people? What are the job responsibilities of theseindividuals, and how can you make the training relevant to their individual jobs?7.Content.What needs to be taught? How will you sequence the information?8.Timelines.How long will it take to develop the training? Is there a deadline fortraining to be completed?9.Communication.How will employees know the training is available to them?10.Measuring effectiveness of training.How will you know if your training worked?What ways will you use to measure this?2.Focusing on the topic discussed in part 1; you are now required to demonstrate anappropriate application of Behavioural TheoriesChange is an inevitable part of any growing business. Organisations need to be both pro-active and reactive to the changing circumstances with in house training and development.