Human Resource Management and Learning and Talent Development

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Human ResourceManagement & Learning andTalent Development
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK..............................................................................................................................................1Q4. Identify positive and negative factors of performance appraisal and rewarding onpsychology of an employee.........................................................................................................1Q 5.Recruitment and selection policy/procedure........................................................................3Q 6. Importance of reward system in enhancing motivation......................................................6CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................8REFERENCES................................................................................................................................9Books and Journals.....................................................................................................................9
INTRODUCTIONHuman resource management is a very important aspect of an enterprise. The HRMdepartment looks after all the operation and employee related activities which will support intheir growth. They will also look after the learning and training process for the talentdevelopment of organisation. The present assignment covers the details of HRM operations atUK based retail enterprise, Sainsbury. Details about positive and negative aspects ofperformance appraisal process and how it psychologically affects performance of an employee.Also, the recruitment and hiring process and policy is analysed and how the reward packagesimproves the employee motivation by increasing salary is evaluated.TASKQ4. Identify positive and negative factors of performance appraisal and rewarding on psychologyof an employeePerformance management, monitoring and rewarding are an important aspect within anorganisation. The appraisal is process of praising the good performing employees for achievingtheir operational goals within an enterprise like Sainsbury. It is a very important factor within anorganisation and helps in improving the confidence and motivation level of work force. Theprocess of appraisal or rewarding is a key driving factor or attribute which helps in significantgrowth of motivation and confidence level of a worker (Bal and de Jong, 2017). The workassessment process which was carried out by management of an organisation helps in sorting outthe best performing employees from a team and hence, increases productivity of selected retailbusiness enterprise. It encourages workers or team members within a group in an enterprise togive out their best and carry out their business operations and achieve their personal andprofessional goals.Appraisal process is an indicative of extent of skills and knowledge that is possessed by aindividual. Higher skills and in depth knowledge of a field assists an employee to have morechances of getting good amount of incentives. It propels an worker to take suitable measures andactions to improve his/her functional qualities and knowledge. There are various employeerewarding methods that will be followed by an enterprise. It helps the management to distributeappropriate incentives and other job related benefits to the workers in a retail firm (DeCenzo,Robbins, and Verhulst, 2016). Some major processes for performance rewarding are:1
Behavioural anchored rating process:It is an equitable appraisal process which helpsin assessing the quantifiable attributes of an employee. Thus, it supports an effective planning ofemployee assessment on a feasible and relative scale, that too in real time. It is a very expensiveand time consuming activity but provide accurate and effective results related to preciseness oflearning and knowledge improvement measures.Management by objectives:It is an appraisal measures which is followed by themanagement of an enterprise with specific targets. In this process, the objectives or operationalgoals are set for both employees and employer and guides the workers to perform well. Thismeasures helps in identifying the quality and quantity of performance that they offer (Khilji,Tarique and Schuler, 2015.). This process provides a higher chance to employees for increasingtheir attributes. The evaluation includes the identifying of odds that are been faced by a personand the efficiency that how an individual employee tackles them. It is a time saving and costeffective process.360 degree feedback:It is a appraisal process that includes the complete assessment ofan individuals attributes. It involves the performance management, peer reviews and selfassessment process which helps an individual to carry out the effective performance assessmentand carry out the appraisal. It is a time consuming but cost effective process. It fosters theemployee's growth and development.The appraisal process has following positive and negative aspectsPositive aspects of appraisal:Documentation:The performance review and rewarding activity helps in documentingthe growth rate of an individual keeping in record the extent of targets. It helps intracking down of performance level of organisation.Structuring:The appraisal process improves the designation of a person modifying theorganisational structure and offers a career growth to an individual. It increases the strongfactors of the individual while mitigate the weaknesses for a professional growth.Increases motivation level:The improvement of the motivation or encouragement levelof an individual within an organisation which will guide them to improve theirperformance level at retail firm.2
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