Benefits of Human Resource Management

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Human Resource ManagementContentsPart I: Recruitment and selection.................................................................................................................3Task 1:.....................................................................................................................................................3The purpose of workforce planning and the role of HR manager in Woodhill College for workforce planning and resourcing.......................................................................................................................3The strengths and weaknesses of different approaches to recruitment and selection...........................4Task 2:.....................................................................................................................................................5Job advertisement for the role of a leader............................................................................................5Preparation of job specification and person specification for the role..................................................7Part II: Employee performance and development........................................................................................8Task 1:.....................................................................................................................................................8The difference between training and development..............................................................................8Part III: Employee Relationship................................................................................................................11Task 1:...................................................................................................................................................11The benefits of different HRM practices within ITV.........................................................................11References.................................................................................................................................................13Author’s Name:Page 2 of 15
Human Resource ManagementPart I: Recruitment and selectionTask 1:The purpose of workforce planning and the role of HR manager in Woodhill College for workforce planning and resourcingHuman resource management(Deadrick and Stone, 2014) is the process of recruiting employees for any particular organization. The employees must be efficient enough so that they can be able to achieve the organizational and individual goals. The nature of HRM involves a few functional management like organizing, planning, controlling and directing. The few basic criteria of HRM includes the maintenance, management, and development. HRM develops the interpersonal skill of an employee to achieve the organizational goals. Human Resource Management deals with thedifferent aspects of human psychology and also deals with communication process of the organization. The main benefit of the Human Resource Management system is the teamwork. It means this management system gives all the ideas to the employees that a how a team can be built. The activities which are done by the HRM and its team is called the scope of HRM. There few activities of the HRM department like Human resource planning, job analysis, and design, recruiting, environmental planning for the organization, remuneration planning, performance appraisal, compensation, developing the relation with the other industries and lastly motivating the employees by setting perfect examples. The approaches which are fit and the approaches which are best can be differed according to their aspects and meaning. The best fit model of HRM can emphasize the importance and alignment of working between human resource management and the strategies of the organization. The approaches of human resource management must be aware of the culture of the organization. The employees must get the Author’s Name:Page 3 of 15
Human Resource Managementproper motivation from the model to achieve the organizational success(Tsui and Lai, 2009). HRM models can be described in forms of hard and soft models. The hard models describe the strategic rationalized fits and the places where the management must emphasize to increase the level of their performance.On the other hand workforce planning is the process of meeting up the priorities and the demands of the organization with the surety of the meeting of the organizational goal, production, regulator, and the service requirements. There are two kinds of labor power market in the large and core corporate firms, independent primary and subordinate primary. The professional and the technical stuff are known as the white collared workers. They are in the group of independent primary whereas the other workers of production called the subordinate primary workers. They are also called the blue collared workers. Here the HRM department of the Woodhill College is facing high staff turn over. So they are looking to recruit the new stuff for the college. The recruitment policy of the college is as usual as the organization. First of all, they call the candidate to drop their CVs, and then they select the desired and eligible candidates based on their CVs. Then the final round of interviews are taken, and then the selected candidates are given the appointment letter. The candidates are mainly interviewed in a two-member panel form from the academic department.The strengths and weaknesses of different approaches to recruitment and selectionThe recruitment process deals with the situations when stuff are required in any organization. Any organization may face problems like inefficient employees, or it can happen that employees may leave the office, so it becomes important sometimes to recruit the proper stuff for the desired posts of the office. The process of selection continues until all the requirements are finished. The selection process and the resource of the candidates can be done in many ways. Author’s Name:Page 4 of 15

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