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Effective Human Resource Management

   

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Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK 1............................................................................................................................................1P1. Purpose and Functions of HRM applicable to resourcing and workforce planning.............1P2. Weaknesses and Strengths of various approaches to recruitment and selection...................3M1. Assess the functions of HRM to achieve business objectives.............................................5M2 Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of different recruitment approaches and selection.5D1 Critically evaluate the strengths and weakness of recruitment approach and selection withexamples......................................................................................................................................5TASK 2............................................................................................................................................5P3. Benefits of various HRM practices for employer and employee..........................................5P4. Effectiveness of various HRM practices in terms of raising profits of organisation............7M3 Explore different methods used in HRM practices..............................................................7D2 Critically evaluate HRM practices and applications using example ....................................8TASK 3............................................................................................................................................8P5. Importance of employee relations in order to influencing HRM decision-making..............8P6. Main factors of employment legislation and its impact on HRM decision making.............9M4 Evaluate key aspects of employee relations management and employment legislations.....9TASK 4............................................................................................................................................9P7. Application of various HRM practices in an enterprise........................................................9M5 Provide a rationale for the applications of specific HRM practices...................................12D3 Critically evaluate employee relations and application of HRM which influencingorganisational decision making process ...................................................................................12CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................13REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................14
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INTRODUCTIONHuman Resource is considered as an asset of company which contributes maximumefforts in achieving desired goals and objectives. Therefore it is important for company to thinkfor the welfare of their employees. For this, Human resource department are formed which plansan actions and strategies for the development of company's workforce. BritishTelecommunication, a multinational UK company which deals in offering fixed-line, mobile andbroadband serveries in United Kingdom. The project covers the functions and purposes ofHuman Resource Management (Allen and et. al., 2011). The benefits provided to employer andemployee through various HR practices are also discussed under this report. The importance ofemployee relation in context to influencing decision making process of HRM also explainedunder this report.TASK 1P1. Purpose and Functions of HRM applicable to resourcing and workforce planningHuman resource management formed with the purpose of developing performance ofworkforce of an organisation. Their main focus is to manage and monitor activities done byemployees with a motive of providing right direction in order to achieve desired goals andobjectives within limited time period (Surroca,Tribó and Waddock, 2010). Nature:HRM is a continuous process.It focuses on performing many function such as training, performance appraisal,recruitment and selection etc.It is an important part of the management.It manages activities of employees of all departments.Scope:Conduct training and development programs to employees.Increasing confidence and motivation level of membersProvide job security to employees (Armstrong and Taylor, 2014).Functions of HRM are given as below:Training and development: In this, it is the responsibility of HR manager to conducttraining and development programmes to their staff members in order to improve their skills and1
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knowledge so that they can contribute more in achieving desired goals and objectives. Thetraining provides them knowledge about different fields of work due to which they can adjust inan field (Teece, 2012).Compensation and benefits: The main focus of company is to achieve its desired goalswithin pre-determined time period and for this, it is important to motivate and encourage theirworkforce to contribute their maximum efforts and it can be possible only when the managers ofcompany appreciate their workers through giving rewards and compensation on the basis of theirperformance. There are also other benefits the employees required to provide to its workerswhich are as follows:Flexibility on working hoursmaternity leaveExtended vacationPerformance appraisal: The human resource management is liable to appraise theperformance of their employees so that more skilled and effective leaders are easily identified.Planning: It is necessarily required to formulate an effective plans and policies with thehelp of taking suggestions from the employees so that they can successfully achieve desiredgoals and objectives within allotted time frame (Boxall and Purcell, 2011).Soft and Hard models of HRM:Hard skills: In this, British Telecommunication treated its employees as an asset ofcompany which are engaged in performing business activities in an effective and efficientmanner. According to this model, the main focus of manager is to recruit skills andknowledgeable staff members on the basis of requirements of BT. In hard skills includes:A degreeAn industry specific certificationBook KeepingComputer skillsSoft skills: It refers to the skills and attributes which are helpful in completing differentroles and responsibilities in an effective and efficient manner. In this, the main focus of manageris provide them roles and responsibilities and also increasing their satisfaction level (Yamamoto,2011). Example of soft skills:2
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