P1. Purpose And Scope Of HRM

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HUMAN RESOURCEMANAGEMENT
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK 1............................................................................................................................................1P1. Purpose And Scope Of HRM...........................................................................................1P2. Effectiveness of Key Elements Of HRM.........................................................................3P3. Analysis Of Internal And External Factors......................................................................4TASK 2...........................................................................................................................................6P4. Hrm. Practices in a work related context.........................................................................6CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................11REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................12
INTRODUCTIONHuman Resource Management can be defined as the process of selecting, staffing,recruiting and training of employee with motive of achieving organisational goals (Ahuja, 2015).This project report is laying its focus on the purpose and scope of the HRM in the organisationand ways they are going to be effective for the organisation. The report further lays its emphasison the organisation ALDI, in which these HRM practices are followed (Roucham, 2017). Thisreport is made on organisation named ALDI. Further, this assignment lays its focus on theevaluation of effective working of the organisation. and how they prove to be useful in theworking. The project includes the internal and external factors of the organisation. This reportfocuses on how the internal and external factors affect the working of ALDI.TASK 1P1. Purpose And Scope Of HRMALDI is an MNC having its subsidiaries all over the world. The organisation is havingvarious departments in the company, of which four are the pillars of this company. Among thefour departments:- HR is a very important department that, plays a crucial role in hiring ofemployees.Purpose of HRM is to create a bridge between the top level management and theworkforce of company (Hammami and et.al., 2016). Small companies with the help of fewemployees achieve interaction with the staff members and top management. BiggerOrganisation/firms have different management levels and no. of employees with them. HRM,very minutely observes/orchestrates the need of management and provide protection to the rightsof workers. Following are the various important objectives of human resource management(Roucham, 2017).Organisational Objective:- This objective focuses on achievement efficiency and effectiveness.It serves other functional areas with the motive of attaining efficiency in operations andachievement of organisational goals (Anderson, 2014). Along with this the crucial purpose ofHRM is to recruit right candidate at the right time on the right place and providing with thequalitative training (Takesh and et.al., 2017). Other than this, the management also focus on theutilization of selected workforce and maintaining them (Anderson, 2014). HRM practices inALDI always seeks to improve the services; manage the change to the mutual advantage ofindividuals; groups; organisation and the society. It focuses on the services rendered to the1
society by the organisation through building better employee relations that lead to the increase inthe efficiency of an individual and group (Anderson, 2014).Functional Objective:- Human Resource Management performs various different functions:-There are so many functions performed by the respective department, in favour of otherdepartments. So, it's the duty of the HR department to ensure that the, facilities should not costmore than the benefits rendered (Patel, 2016.). It develops and maintain the quality of workbeing done in the organisation, due to which taking employment and getting connected with theorganisation is a desirable and social situation for everyone. Some functions of organisation are:-Training and development :- After the recruitment of any employee in the organisation hehas been given the training. The Enterprise/firm focus on entraining of that employee soas to make that employee an asset for the organisation (Patel, 2016.).Selection and Staffing:- Selection and staffing plays an important role in the recruitmentof an employee. When the selection of candidates is done, then, from among the selectedcandidates the best employee is selected and that is known as staffing (Acquaah andStanz, 2016).Employee Assistance:- It is a program in which complete assistance is given to anemployee in respect of his personal problems or any sort of issues regarding the work inoffice (Acquaah and Stanz, 2016). It's basically an assistance program which is for thebenefit of an employee only. For resolving such types of issues a short term counsellingand referral services are given to the employees and their family members.The Scope of HRM is as follows:-Undoubtedly, the HRM is having very vast and wide future. It includes all the activitiesthat starts right from the hiring of an employee and lasts till its resignation (Lüdi, 2016). So, thescope of HRM is divided in following :- Acquisition; Development; Maintenance and Control OfHRM in organisation (Acquaah and Stanz, 2016).Labour/Personnel Aspect:- It basically directs the manpower of the enterprise and thatincludes - planning of manpower; hiring of new employees ; giving them training anddeveloping their skills; transferring them to their required place at the right time;promoting them to sustain them with the organisation; compensating them in case of any2
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