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Human Resource Management in Richmond Fellowship : Report

   

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Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1A) SUMMARISING THE VARIOUS INFORMATIONS RELATED WITH THE RICHMONDFELLOWSHIP.................................................................................................................................1a) Purpose of the organisation.....................................................................................................1b) Services offered to mental health challenges people..............................................................1c) Structure and funding arrangement of the organisation..........................................................2B) EVIDENCE BASED ON THE RELEVANT NEEDS OF THE ORGANISATION.................2CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................3REFERENCES................................................................................................................................5
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INTRODUCTIONHuman resource management is a process by which employees can be managed andmotivated through incentives and other monetary benefits (Armstrong and Taylor, 2014). Itinvolve three activity like staffing, compensation and benefits to the workers by which they canimplement their work by an appropriate manner. This report presents a study of RichmondFellowship which is human service agencies establishes at Queensland. It explained the purpose,various services and organisational structure of cited firm. It also describes the funding activitywhich are performed by a business. Furthermore, it also evaluate the strength, weakness and gaplimitation which are faced by the existing human service practitioner while collecting theinformations. At last, it also explained various evidence in this report.A) SUMMARISING THE VARIOUS INFORMATIONS RELATED WITHTHE RICHMOND FELLOWSHIPa) Purpose of the organisation Richmond Fellowship is community owned organisation which provides helps andsupport to mentally disabled and socially challenging people (Fuster, 2017). The main motive ofthe cited firm is to organize welfare programmes by which they can encourage self belief andpersonal growth in people. Company also try to covered all the disabled person under theNational Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). Cited firm also make various efforts forimproving and developing skills y providing training or friendly environment to the workers.Mission of Richmond Fellowship is to make great approach in field of social welfare. Inaddition to this, it organize various welfare programs and receiving support from the legalauthorities. Moreover, firm also enlarge their number of partners. At present, government,community, research and corporate are the some areas by which company will get great supportfor development of the society. All the information related to the organisation are collected infirst time which is totally unfamiliar to the practitioner. All above informations are useful for thepractitioner to analysis the actual working situation and style which are performed by theorganisation (Evan Mayo-Wilson, Paul Montgomery, 2008).b) Services offered to mental health challenges people Richmond Fellowship company provides various kinds of services with the helps ofseveral funding programs. There are different kinds of services which are offered by the1
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