Human Resource Management By Daniel Damaris Novarianto S
INTRODUCTION WHERE ARE WE NOW…….
Management Process • Planning • Organizing • Staffing • Leading • Controlling
Management Process • Planning • Organizing • Staffing • Leading • Controlling FOCUS IN HRM
TOPICS • Conducting job analyses • Planning labor needs and recruiting job candidate • Selecting job candidates • Orienting and training new employees • Managing wages and salaries • Providing incentives and benefits • Appraising Performance • Communicating
TOPICS (cont.) • Training and developing managers • Building employee commitment • Equal opportunity and affirmative action (for manager) • Employee health and safety (for manager) • Handling grievances and labor relations (for manager)
HRM is Important to All Managers • WHY? • Avoid Personnel Mistakes • Improve Profits and Performance • You too may spend some time as an HR Manager • HR for Entrepreneur
Line and Staff Aspect of HRM Authority Line Authority HRM Staff Authority Line Managers Staff Managers
HRM’s Duties A Line Function Human Resources Management’s Duties A Coordinative Function Staff Functions
New Approaches to Organizing HR • The Transactional HR • The Corporate HR • The Embedded HR • The Centers of Expertise
The HR Certification • SPHR (Senior Professional in HR) • GPHR (Global Professional in HR) • PHR (Professional in HR) • Note: The test by HRCI (Human Resource Certification Institute) • Info in: www.hrci.org
Source • Dessler, Gary. 2013. Human Resources Management 13th Edition. Pearson Education, Inc.: New Jersey. • DeCenzo, David A. 2010. Fundamentals of Human Resource Management 10th Edition. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.: USA.
Supplements • Falcone, Paul. 2009. 96 Great Interview Questions to Ask Before You Hire 2nd Edition. AMACOM: New York. • Fry, Ron. 2006. Ask the Right Questions, Hire the Best People Revised Edition. Book-mart Press: USA. • Williams, Lynn. 2008. Ultimate Interview 3rd Edition. Kogan Page Limited: London.