Human Resource Management in Adidas : Report

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HUMAN RESOURCEMANAGEMENT
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................3TASK 1............................................................................................................................................31.1 Difference between personnel management and human resource management...................31.2 Function of the human resource management in contributing to organisational purposes...51.3 Role and responsibilities of line managers in human resource management........................6TASK 2............................................................................................................................................72.1 Reasons for human resource planning in organisations........................................................72.2 Stages involved in planning human resource requirements.................................................82.3 Compare the recruitment and selection process in two organisations...............................102.4 Effectiveness of the recruitment and selection techniques in two organisations...............11TASK 3.........................................................................................................................................123.1 Link between motivational theory......................................................................................12and reward...............................................................................................................................123.2 Process of job evaluation and..............................................................................................13other factors determining pay...................................................................................................133.3 Effectiveness of reward systems.........................................................................................143.4 Methods organisations use to..............................................................................................15monitor employee performance...............................................................................................15D 3 Problem faced and solved while writing the assignment...................................................15TASK 4..........................................................................................................................................164.1 Reasons for cessation of......................................................................................................16employment with an organisation............................................................................................164.2 Employment exit procedures used......................................................................................17by two organisations................................................................................................................174.3 Impact of the legal and regulatory......................................................................................17framework on employment cessation.......................................................................................17..................................................................................................................................................17CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................18REFERNCES.................................................................................................................................191
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INTRODUCTION`Adidas is a world leading brand and has well established image in market. To improve itsfunctions, it has to increase productivity of manpower to gain organisational goals. Humanresource management is a system which is used by business organisation to manage itsemployees. It helps in maximising HR performance to accomplish organisational goals andobjectives. HR manager is responsible for recruitment, selection, performance appraisal,rewarding, training and development of employee in company (Daley, 2012). As there arecontinuous changes in business environment, balanced practices are required to meet governmentrules and regulations. Purposes of business organisation like Adidas are achieved by effectiveand efficient functions to coordinate with market changes. As manger plays a vital role andresponsibilities in employee management to sharpen employee skills so that they can put theirmaximum efforts. In the following report, impact analysis of legal and regulatory framework onHRM will be discussed. A proper planning is necessary for effective management of employeesof company. Human Resource Planning process includes some major steps through whichstrategy is made to enhance competencies of people. Every business organisation has its owndifferent recruitment and selection process due to specific nature of firm and their employees(Guest, 2011). There are many techniques which are used in HR management to achieve goalsand objectives of profit maximisation and revenue generating in long term. Employees aremotivated by manager so that they feel more secured and involved at workplace as well as canmake more efforts to increase product and service quality of their company. So in followingreport, various motivational theories and rewards will also be discussed.TASK 11.1 Difference between personnel management and human resource managementPersonnel Management is the process containing outline of individual goals and thentrying to achieve these objectives of a company. There are two types of targets like short termand long term related to finance, time arrangement, education and career (Hendry, 2012). Onother hand, HRM is related to business organisation. Few differences between these both termsare followings.Basis of difference PersonnelmanagementHuman resource management3
1. ApproachThis management process is atraditional approach to managepeople in business organisation.On other hand, this is a modernapproach to arrange employeesin company to strengthen theirperformance in future.2. Kind of FunctionIn personnel management,personal function is used to satisfyemployees.Human resource managementuses administrative function toaccomplish goals and objectives.3. Foundation of payJob evaluation is base for pay topeople.Performance is evaluated todetermine pay of humanresource in organisation.4.ActionsbymanagementPersonnel managementtakes procedure actions.Management takes strategicactions to fulfil business needs.5. Main focusThis mainly focuses on employeewelfare, personal administrationand establishing smooth labourrelation.Human resourcemanagement concentrates ondevelopment, maintenance,acquisition and motivation ofemployees of firm.6. Treatment of employeeIn this management, humanresource is treated as Useful inputthrough which desired objectivescan be achieved.On other hand, worker areassumed as crucial and valuableasset to accomplish goals in longterm in HRM.7. Job designPersonnelmanagement conducts job designaccording to labour division incompanyThis contains job design which isbased on team work or groupwork at particular time.8. Decision makingOnly top management has right totake all decisions for organisation.In human resource management,employees are also participatedand collective decisions are4
taken for betterment of firm.9. InitiativesPartially taken by authorityIntegrated initiatives are taken inHRM.10. CommunicationIt includes indirectcommunication.It includes directinteraction between employeesand top management.1.2 Function of the human resource management in contributing to organisational purposesHRM is very important part of Adidas as it helps in achieving various goals and targetsthrough functions. Relationship of employees, recruitment, selection, staffing, job analysis,design, performance appraisal, their training & development and maintenance are main elementsof HRM and are briefed as follows:Recruitment and selection-This major function of human resource managementincludes selecting appropriate candidate at right position for right job in businessorganisation (Huselid and Becker, 2011). There are many ways to recruit employees likeinterview, group discussion, written test and IQ analysis.Performance appraisal- Another part of human resource function is to analyse andreview performance of employee which helps to see any drawback or decrease in qualityof their efforts to achieve business goals.Training and development-This is one of major functions of HRM which includesregular learning of employee by providing them knowledge to improve their performanceand get maximum results in the long term. So that every person can get more deep andnew information about their work to achieve reputed position at workplace in future.Maintenance of human resource-As employees are soul of any business organisation,they need to be comfortable and familiar while working. For example, if there is anyconflict among workers, it can hinder growth and progress in future. So human resourcemanagement makes sure to establish harmonised relationship among all people. Thusthese functions contribute in strengthening position of Adidas in sports shoe market ofUnited Kingdom.5
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