Human Resource Management Assignment( HRM)

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Running head: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENTHUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENTName of the Student:Name of the University:Authors Note:
1HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENTTable of ContentsIntroduction:....................................................................................................................................2Human Resource Management in Australia:...................................................................................2Strategic Human Resource Management:.......................................................................................3The Legal Context for Human Resource Management...............................................................5Recruitment and Selection:..............................................................................................................5Managing Diversity and Work-life balance:...................................................................................6References:......................................................................................................................................8
2HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENTIntroduction:Human resource management is the practices, policies and systems that influence thebehavior, performance and attitudes of the employees Individuals are seen as a social capitalas per the Harvard framework (Paillé, Boiral and Jin 2014). The strategic planning,formulation and implementation had led to acquisition and organizational change. In 1912,the 8 hours’ work shift was started in India and this practice was further adopted by HenryFord in 1914. In 1929 Dupoint designed the first ever multi divisional organizationalstructure. Sir Aubrey Daniels coined the term performance management in getting people todo what you want them to do (Sheehan 2014). The HR function has seen many faces ofevolution. People management irrespective of the shape and form it is in will continue toevolve because the main function is to make people and organization more effective.Human Resource Management in Australia:The reciprocal fit between the human resource and organizational strategy is a crucialfactor for organizational success. In my organization, the HR professionals are responsiblefor the HR planning through proper evaluation and forecasting the demand and supply for thehuman capital. I have ascertained that maintaining the community and employee relations isalso very crucial for the growth of the organization. The composition of Australian workforceconsists of age, gender, employee values, ethnic diversity and structure of the economy, skilldeficiencies and various ethical considerations (Kramar 2014). There are various competitivechallenges that are influencing the management of human resource in the Australianorganization; this includes the challenge of HR innovation, sustainability, globalization aswell as retaining and attracting people.
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