Report On Posh Nosh Ltd - Analysis Of HR Department

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Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK 1............................................................................................................................................11.1 Difference between personnel management and human resource management:..................11.2 Function of human resource management in achievement of organisational purposes:.......21.3 Role and responsibilities of line managers in Human resource management:......................31.4 Impact of legal and regulatory framework on Human resource management:.....................4TASK 2............................................................................................................................................52.1 Reasons for human resource planning in the organisation:..................................................52.2 Stages in human resource planning for requirements:.........................................................52.3 Recruitment and Selection process in two organisations:.....................................................62.4 Effectiveness of recruitment and selection techniques in two organisations:.......................7TASK 3............................................................................................................................................73.1 Link between motivational theory and reward:....................................................................73.2 The process of job evaluation and other factors:..................................................................83.3 The effectiveness of reward system in different context:.....................................................93.4 Methods used by organisation to monitor employee performance:....................................10TASK 4..........................................................................................................................................104.1 The reasons for cessation of employment with an organisation.........................................104.2 The employment exit procedures used by two organisations.............................................114.3 The impact of legal and regulatory framework on employment cessation arrangements:..11CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................12REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................13
INTRODUCTIONHuman resource management is process which is concerned with the workforce planningand movement in the organisation. It looks after the needs and wants of the personnel as to boosttheir motivation and productivity. The main motive behind developing a human resourcedepartment in the organisation is that it provides strategic approach and objective to manage thestaff (Armstrong and Taylor, 2014). The HR department is responsible for the recruitment,selection, promotion, demotion, compensation and performance management of the mostdynamic force existing in the organisation that is the human resource. In this report the role ofnewly formed HR department will be analysed and how it will help Posh Nosh Ltd which have aten outlet chain in the London area. The company is flat structured and till now all the HRpowers were with its CEO. This report will cover every aspect of HR management which willassist the business in growing.TASK 11.1 Difference between personnel management and human resource management:During the industrial revolution the people element of the organisation was used as amachine or tool. The owners of the company use to get the commitment of people with the helpof rules and regulation and their compliance. It was considered as a forceful follow up of theconditions which were against the people wishes. The whole concept was named as personnelmanagement. The managers use to think of targets achievement and employee benefit was not intheir list. Human resource management changed the whole scenario. It is a concept which state thatthe employee should be put on to right job at right time. HRM has been a flexible approachwhich is adapting new methods and techniques as to make itself more prominent (Armstrong,2011). The HR manager now tries to gain the employee commitment via facilitating him withbetter environment and opportunities. To understand the different between personnelmanagement and HRM is mentioned below:BasisHuman resource managementPersonnel managementDefinitionIt focused on utilising the workforcein a efficient and effective manner,It focused on achievement of targetand getting commitment of people1
while also keeping employee benefitin mind. via compliance of rules andregulations. Type ofApproachIt is a modern approachVery basic and traditional approachTreatment ofworkforceStrategic AssetCommon tools and machinePay Performance appraisal andevaluationJob description and evaluationRoleTransformationalTransactionalActionsAs per the business requirementsAs per the requirement of procedureDecision makingVery quick and speedyVery slowThe HRM is a better approach which will assist the company in utilising the manpower inmost beneficent and effective way. 1.2 Function of human resource management in achievement of organisational purposes:The management of human resource in the organisation is very necessary and importantas this will ensure that the company is able top reach its goals and objectives in a efficient andeffective manner. It is a strategic approach which assist the managers in managing the peopleelement of the organisation. The HR polices should be developed very carefully in a SME as itcan impact the whole organisation and its performance (Barney, Ketchen Jr and Wright, 2011).The human resource strategies should be developed as per the Key responsibility area(KRA) andthe knowledge, skills and abilities(KSA) of the employees so that the goals and objectives staysreal. The HR function do consume a lot of time and resources but it aids the employee andmanagement in building up a better relationship and enhance performance. There are certainfunctions of which are performed by the department to achieve organisational purposes:Training and development: It enhances the employee ability to perform task with moreefficiently and effectiveness. Recruitment and selection: The whole process of acquiring suitable staff for the vacantjob profiles assist the company in reducing the wastage.Project management: It keeps on tracking the project activities so that the needs of staffis determined and fulfilled. This also ensures placing right people on the right job.2

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