Effective Organization Structure Essay

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AIMS AND EFFECTIVEORGANIZATIONSTRUCTURE
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INTRODUCTIONObjectives of organization are important part of it as makes it vibrant and effective. Aimsshould be clearly stated by organization. It should not be made just merely else should havecomplete transparency and clarity in it. Organization must be able to figure out its aims as to whyit should start and run a business (Zheng, Yang, and McLean, 2010). Consumers are a vital partof it. They decide as to what quality of product, they need to purchase according to their needsand organization should fulfill to gain competitive advantage. This report deals with HomeFunds company who fulfills all desires of consumers in order to gain competency over its rivals.This report also deals about effective organization structure which is necessary for assigningwork according to the skills, knowledge of the employees so that each on them can make hisduty and responsibilities effectively and are accountable to his superior. All these leads toefficiency in organization.Task 1.Discuss the key aims of Human Resource ManagementHuman Resource Management is an important aspect of an organization. It should beanalyzed properly so that good and efficient employees be selected together and accomplish thetasks. It is a vital element in an organization. The key aim with regard to company Home fundswhich requires that it should continue to grow in market in increasing ratio considers followingpoints, they are as follows:1.Define organization structure-Human resource management is an essential part of organization as it completely dependson its employees to achieve those set targets which are framed by firm in their long run. It
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