HRM case study of Woodhill college

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HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK 1............................................................................................................................................1a) Workforce planning purpose and the role of HR manager.....................................................1b) Strength and weakness of different approaches to recruitment and selection........................2c) HRM functions for providing talent and skills.......................................................................3d) strength and weakness of the various recruitment and selection techniques..........................3e) critical evaluation of the strength and weaknesses of the different methods..........................5TASK 2............................................................................................................................................5A) Job advertisement for the role................................................................................................5b) Suitable platform for the advertisement..................................................................................6c) Job description and person specification................................................................................6d) Rationale for the application of specific HRM practices........................................................7TASK 3............................................................................................................................................7b) Explain how have changes in customer expectations affected Tesco and its need to trainstaff?............................................................................................................................................8c) Methods of Training carried out by Tesco..............................................................................8d) Identifying the Training Needs.............................................................................................10f) Indicate the extent to which you think the training has achieved a Return on Investment...11g) Suggest the types of approaches to flexibility that can be adopted by Tesco to aid itsexpansion of the business..........................................................................................................12M3Analysis of Development Method.......................................................................................12D2HRM Practices within Tesco................................................................................................13TASK 4..........................................................................................................................................14a) Importance to ITV to maintain good relations......................................................................14B) Effectiveness of ITV’s strategies for building and improving employee relations andengagement...............................................................................................................................14c) Key aspects of employee relation management....................................................................15d) Critically evaluating employee relations and the application of HRM practices.................15CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................15
REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................16
INTRODUCTIONHRMcan be termed as science which is based on certain model and theories. In order toattain the motive of human resource management, it is necessary to adapt the rigorous andprecise application of the theories. Additionally, human resources management can also beunderstood as the art where the people are being managed by the effective use of resources andnewly discovered approaches. In simplest terms, human resources management is all about themanagement of people at workplace. The procedure is being conducted with the help of humanresources manager. They are the one by who takes care of the activities conducted atworkplace. The stated process plays an indispensable role in the company operations. HRMpolicies helps the managers to formulate the strategic plans and policies. The current document isprepared with a motive to generate proper level of understanding about recruitment andselection. The report is based on the case study of Woodhill college where the institution isexperiencing high level of staff turnover. This has resulted in increasing the vacancies in thecited institution. In order to conduct proper process, the management has recruited a new HRmanager. With the preparation of this report, the reader will be able to understand the HRMfunctions, roles and importance (Brewster, Mayrhofer and Morley, 2016).TASK 1a)Identification and analysisand thetaskof HR managerIn Woodhill institution, it is essential to plan its workforce because the organization isgoing through high staff turnover. This problem has initiated after the expansion process 0of thecollege. The management of this institution has not been followed proper planning of the presentand future human resource in the organization. Additionally, they do not even have appropriateand clear strategy towards the human resources. It is seen that, the institution has recruited a newhuman resource manager where he is accountable for the effectual planning for the workforce.However, the major purpose of the workforce planning is explained below (Hoobler andJohnson, 2014).Recruitment:In the cited institution, the new human resources manager will attain theworkforce planning for the assessment of people for the recruitment process. This requires theanalysis of the number of positions with the with the candidates (Budhwar and Debrah, 2013).Forecasting and assessment:The motive behind the workforce planning is to ensure thesufficiency of the employees in the concerned institution. With the help of forecasting and1
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