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Objectives. Identify & describe essential management functions Identify the factors of production Explain the importance of human resource planning Discuss roles in human resource management (HRM) Workforce planning Recruitment Training & motivation Dismissal & redundancy Work structure.

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Objectives

Objectives

  • Identify & describe essential management functions

  • Identify the factors of production

  • Explain the importance of human resource planning

  • Discuss roles in human resource management (HRM)

    • Workforce planning

    • Recruitment

    • Training & motivation

    • Dismissal & redundancy

    • Work structure


What do managers do

What Do Managers Do?

Achieve Organization’s Objectives


Manage factors of production

“Manage” Factors of Production


Human resource planning

Human Resource Planning

Anticipating organization’s current & future labor needs

Organizational Objectives

Historical Data & Trends

Sales & Income Levels

Labor Turnover Rates

Demographic Changes

Technological Changes

Number of Employees Required

Type of Employees Needed


What is human resource management hrm

What is Human Resource Management (HRM)?

  • Utilizing & developing people within a business to meet organizational objectives

    • Human resource planning

    • Recruitment, selection & induction of new employees

    • Training & development of staff

    • Performance management & appraisals

    • Promotion & relocation of staff

    • Reviewing & remuneration of staff

    • Disciplinary & grievance procedures

    • Looking after the welfare of employees


Consequences of ineffective hrm the 5 rs

Consequences of Ineffective HRM(The 5 Rs)

  • Recruitment – higher recruitment, induction & training costs

  • Resources – increasing amount of management resources & time spend dealing with problems

  • Reservations – low morale and high uncertainty

  • Returns – low levels of productivity, competitiveness

  • Reputation – poor corporate image

Unable to Achieve Objectives


Group work

Group Work

  • Discuss assigned textbook case and write responses in note packet.

    • 2.1.1

    • 2.1.2

    • 2.1.3

    • 2.1.4

    • 2.1.5

    • 2.1.7

  • Prepare to share response with class.


2 1 1 demographic changes

2.1.1 (Demographic Changes)

  • Outline = Command Level 1

    • Briefly state, or give a summary of, the issues, principles, or arguments stated in the question


2 1 2 labor turnover

2.1.2 (Labor Turnover)

  • Explain = Skill Level 2

    • Describe, giving reasons

  • Define = Skill Level 1

    • Give a clear and precise meaning of a given work, term or concept

  • Comment = Skill Level 2

    • Write an explanation of, or commentary on, the information given in relation to a problem or issue.


2 1 3 recruitment

2.1.3 (Recruitment)

  • Examine = Skill Level 3

    • Consider an argument or concept in a way that uncovers the assumptions and interrelationships of the issue.

  • Explain = Skill Level 2

    • Describe, giving reasons


2 1 4 training development

2.1.4 (Training & Development)

  • Explain = Skill Level 2

    • Describe, giving reasons

  • To what extent = Skill Level 4

    • Evaluate the success (or otherwise) of an argument or concept. Opinions and conclusions should be presented clearly and supported with empirical evidence and sound argument.


2 1 5 dismissal redundancy

2.1.5 (Dismissal & Redundancy)

  • Distinguish= Skill Level 2

    • Make clear the differences between 2 or more concepts/terms

  • Analyze = Skill Level 3

    • Break down in order to bring out the essential elements, structure, any underlying assumptions and any interrelationships involved


2 1 7 employment patterns practices

2.1.7 (Employment Patterns & Practices)

  • Describe= Skill Level 1

    • Present the characteristics of a particular topic

  • Analyze = Skill Level 3

    • Break down in order to bring out the essential elements, structure, any underlying assumptions and any interrelationships involved

  • Discuss = Skill Level 4

    • Offer a considered and balanced review of a particular topic. Opinions or conclusions should be presented clearly and supported by empirical evidence and sound argument.


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