Role of HR manager in Work Force Planning : Report

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HUMAN RESOURCEMANAGEMENT
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK 1............................................................................................................................................1P1 The purpose and role of HR manager in work force planning..............................................1M1 Functions of HRM in fulfilling the business objectives.......................................................2P2 Strengths and weaknesses of different approaches to recruitment and selection..................3M2 Evaluation of strengths and weaknesses of different approaches to recruitment andselection.......................................................................................................................................4TASK 2............................................................................................................................................4P7 Carrying out HRM activities in the context of Woodhill College.........................................4M5 Impact of technologies in selection processes......................................................................6TASK 3............................................................................................................................................6P3................................................................................................................................................6a) Difference between training and development.......................................................................6b) Method of training and its needs.............................................................................................7c) Benefits for TESCO and its employees in having a systematic approach..............................8P4 Effectiveness of TESCO's training and development program.............................................8D2 TESCO's HRM practices.......................................................................................................9M3 Strengths and weaknesses of training methods used by TESCO........................................9TASK 4............................................................................................................................................9P5 Significance of employee relations in HRM decision making.............................................9P6 Employment legislation and its impact on HRM decision making.....................................10M4.............................................................................................................................................11D3..............................................................................................................................................12CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................12REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................13
INTRODUCTIONManagement includes the administration part of an organisation. It refers to people whomanage all functions and activities of setting strategy of operations, coordinating employees intheir development by which they can accomplish objectives of organisation through applicationof available resources such as financial, technological and human resources. Human resourcemanagement (HRM) is that function of company who focuses on the recruitment, selection andproviding direction to all employees (Ageron, Gunasekaran and Spalanzani, 2012). The mainpurpose of HRM is to provide all over development programme to all employees of anorganisation. Present report is mainly distributed in three parts where first one is to understandthe recruitment process in context of Woodhill College, Second part consist the project that focuson ITV and last part will describe the factor that HR managers use in TESCO to improve skillsof its employees.TASK 1P1 The purpose and role of HR manager in work force planningWorkers for any company are like its assets who contribute all efforts and capabilities inincreasing the productivity as well as profitability of company. So, it is the responsibility ofhuman resource management to provide all benefits and a necessary training and developmentprogramme which helps them in improving their skills and knowledge required to do a specifictask (The functions and purpose of HRM, 2017).Woodhill College has a great prosperity among all colleges of the UK. It has a wellfacilitated equipped building with a high educated staffs. Its HR managers always tries to recruitthe best eligible candidates to bring more prosperity. Functions and purpose of HR managersinclude the following processes:-Planning:HR manager of Woodhill firstly identifies all the vacant position of institute,what eligibility criteria they need to fulfil. They always try to fulfil these vacant position withmost desirable and well educated persons. So it needs a proper plans to be executed and for thatHR make different strategies to meet their goals (Alarcon, 2011).Staffing and Organising:After planning HR tries to increase more vacant seats in theirstaff, so that proper plan can be executed. It needs to organise a business properly that involves1
determining and providing human and non-human resources to the organisational structure. Themain purpose behind increasing members in staff is to put right man on right job.Training and development:Due to advancement of technologies and innovativetechniques, workers of every organisation need an effective training programme to develop theirskills and knowledge. So, HR managers of Woodhill College provide time to time training to itsstaff in a proper manner to increase their efficiency which ultimately increases profitability andproductivity of firm (Bhamra, Dani and Burnard, 2011).Maintenance of employee relation:It is necessary for any organisation includingeducation department also to maintain the relations of all employees for keeping theirenvironment healthy and peaceful by resolving their conflicts.Employee benefit and compensation management:Keeping the view to take employeesas assets of company, HR tries to provide all benefits and compensation to them and keep themhappy while working there.Motivating the employees:For increasing the capabilities of employees, it always tries tomotivate and encourage them by taking their feedback timely and giving bonus and promotionsas a reward to them (Cavusgil and et. al., 2014).Policies and Procedures:To keep the interest of employees, it introduces new policesevery year which helps to maintain a competition in level between employees.Directing:It is that inter-personnel characteristic of managers which deals with power toinfluence, motivate, encourage and give a proper guidance to all employees for the achievementof goals of an organisation.It consist of four elements as like-Supervision- This activity includes the vision on workers as how they are working andwhere they need a proper direction.Motivation- Motivating the employees means to inspire, encourage or stimulating them.Leadership- To lead a team in a proper direction by a leader, he needs an effectiveleadership quality.Communication- It is like a bridge of understanding by sharing the views, informationand experiences.M1 Functions of HRM in fulfilling the business objectivesHRM brings the ability in an organisation to fulfil business needs through managing theneeds of employees (Davison, Maraist and Bing, 2011). It includes all functions like hiring,2
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