The management of human resources

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Human ResourceManagement
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................3TASK...............................................................................................................................................3CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................5REFERENCES................................................................................................................................6
INTRODUCTIONThe management of human resources is termed as Human resource management (HRM).The human resource management means to manage the human resource in the company . Themain objective of the human resource is to concerned with the people in the company. HRMwork's is to manage the work of the employees in a corporation by focusing on their performance(Jiang and et.al., 2012). in the human resource management there are some approaches like hardand soft HRM and practices. And also there are some of the complexities of the human resourcemanagement. The HRM conducting the job analysis, planning, recruiting, orientation, salaryproviding etc.TASKThere are some similarities and some differences among the Burr and Girardi's ideasabout the Towers Watson and the intellectual capital framework. There are the many assetswhich are very valuable for the company involving the invisible and visible. The mainly focus ofthe contemporary companies are on the strengthens of the ability and on the knowledge creationof such companies for realise the opportunities in each point. There are the paper focus on theintellectual capital model which is expounded by the Burr and Girardi. There is the similaritiesbetween the Burr and the Girardi is that they introduce the Ulrich's conception of the intellectualcapital and that is demonstrated through the formula, and the formula is intellectual capital=commitment and the competence which takes place in to the considerations a third integralcontrol. The Burr and Girardi concluded that the intellectual capital has the three core ideas andthese are opportunity, capacity and the willingness.The Burr and Girardi divide the job control in to the cognitive and the behavioural.The are two basic approaches of the human resource management and these are harda ndsoft approaches. In Hard HRM, the manager have the skills and the abilities to perform the job orthe task. Treat all the employees as a resource like the building and the machinery. In the hardskills focus only on the workforce needs of business like for instance recruitment and manageaccordingly. In this approach the employees are in interest and also do not take any type ofinterest in the work.The soft skills includes the leadership skills, communication skills,flexibility and also the openness to the new ideas. It is the responsibility to the manager tocommunicate well with the people of the company and also communicate outside the boundaryof the company.

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