Human Resources Management System : Assignment

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8/3/2021DEREE THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF GREECEORGANIZATIONALAPPROACHES TOEMPLOYEEDEVELOPMENTNatalia Ampatzidou218869MG3118 DevelopingHuman CapitalDue Date : 08/03/2021Instructor: Mrs. KyriakiMetinidou
TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION...........................................................................3LITERATURE REVIEW..................................................................2APPROACHES TO EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT........................3BENEFITS GAINED THOUGHT THE APPROACHES...................5CASE STUDY ON MARIOTT INTERNATIONAL.................................6CONCLUSION..............................................................................8REFERENCES..............................................................................91
INTRODUCTIONThe Human Resources Management System is essential to theperformance of an organization in order to enhance companies’ value(Zentech, 2017). More precisely, they concentrate to a significant degree onthe growth and advancement of their workers, as this contributes to thegeneral development of the company. Employee development is nowcommonly believed as a control surfaces for the ongoing growth, efficiencyand capacity of the company to attract valuable workers. If companies ignorethese obstacles, the process of workforce growth can be cumbersome for thecompany, stressful for workers and of unclear benefit for all (SHRM).Employee development has an upwards and beneficial impact, from employeeto boss to organization (Hosmer, 2015).This paper would concentrate onemployee development and on corporate responses to it. First, the systemicapproaches to workforce growth will be addressed and, in addition, theadvantages obtained by these approaches will be further studied.Continuously, a case report by Mariotte International will be reviewed and,finally, links between the literature review as well as the review will befound.2
LITERATURE REVIEWAPPROACHES TO EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENTIn a dynamic global market environment, business owners and staff areprudent to follow ongoing, agile learning activities. Although workers shouldhandle their jobs on an ongoing basis for employability, businesses shouldconcentrate on hiring and maintaining high-potential, promotable staff(Hosmer, 2015). According to Armstrong (2007, p. 509), employee growthconsists of encouraging staff not only to improve and learn, but also toparticipate in a range of educational activities, and the preparation, deliveryand review of educational and training projects is also a core feature.Employee development is also a mechanism that provides workers with theability to fulfill their maximum potential by developing their talents, expertiseand other qualities and making them more important to the company. Itnormally covers "new hire orientation, training, career management andmanagement development" (Scott, 2011).Companies use some methods toemployee development which involves formal education, assessment, jobexperiences and interpersonal relationships (Noe, 2016). Formal educationapplies to some kind of education that the organization offers to workers inorder to learn additional information that will be required by the organization.So, it is not only what studies the employees have undergone by themselves,but also what the organization does in order to enhance their abilities for thecompany’s wellbeing. On the other hand, job experience is based on every3
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