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OBHR E-100 Tonight. Final Exam Due on 5/12 at 5:30 p.m. via email 750 words per question (not in total) Course Evaluation Online Tonight. OBHR E-100 Tonight. Course Feedback Additional concepts Trends in SHRM Key learnings Wrap-up. A Definition of Human Resource Management.

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obhr e 100 tonight
OBHR E-100 Tonight
  • Final Exam
    • Due on 5/12 at 5:30 p.m. via email
    • 750 words per question (not in total)
  • Course Evaluation
    • Online
    • Tonight
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OBHR E-100 Tonight
  • Course Feedback
  • Additional concepts
  • Trends in SHRM
  • Key learnings
  • Wrap-up
a definition of human resource management
A Definition of Human Resource Management
  • Human Resource Management (HRM) involves all management decisions and practices that directly affect the people who work for the organization.
  • Human Resources the people who work for the organization.
recurring themes in human resource management
Recurring Themes in Human Resource Management
  • Strategic Approach
  • International Human Resource Management
  • Maintaining Ethical Policies and Behavior
    • Stakeholders
    • Ethical Duties
  • Benchmarking, Measuring, and Evaluating Human Resources Results
table 1 1 top challenges for organizations and the hr profession
Table 1.1: Top Challenges for Organizations and the HR Profession

Sources: Adapted from “More on What CEOs Want from HR,” HRFocus, Vol. 80 (4), 2003, pp.5-6; “New Study Identifies Key Competencies Necessary for HR,” Society for Human Resource Management, June 22, 2003. (Available at: http://www.shrm.org/press_published/1CMS_004834.asp#P28_180)

current and future challenges to human resource management
Current and Future Challenges to Human Resource Management
  • Corporate Reorganizations
  • Global Competition
    • International Joint Ventures (IJVs)
  • Cyclical Growth
  • Increasing Diversity in Workplace
  • Employee Expectations
  • Organizations as Vehicles for Reaching Societal Goals
why is managing human resources so important
Why Is Managing Human Resources So Important?
  • Rapid Change
  • Uncertainty About Basic Business Conditions
  • Rising Costs
  • Rapid Technological Change
  • More Limited Supplies of Highly Trained Labor
  • Rapidly Changing Government Legislation and Regulations
  • Increased Globalization of Industries
transforming hr people requires
Transforming HR People Requires:
  • HR transformation  linked to organization’s strategic orientation
  • Active participation by HR staff, supported by HR champion
  • Line managers involved in defining skills HR needs
  • HR transformation = major change effort by firm
enhancing administrative efficiency
Enhancing Administrative Efficiency
  • Increase Efficiency of Current HR Practices
  • Centralized HR Services -- “One-Stop Shop”
  • Outsourcing
fitting hr practices to business strategy and one another
Fitting HR Practices to Business Strategy and One Another
  • Vertical Fit = the match between HR practices and overall business strategy
  • Horizontal fit = the consistency and interrelationship among HR activities
  • External fit = how well HR activities match the demands of the external environment
hr fit requires right hr choices
HR Fit Requires Right HR Choices
  • Staffing
  • Appraising
  • Compensating
  • Training and Development
  • Employee Influence
  • Work Systems
measuring hrm
Measuring HRM
  • Inward HR Function Measures
    • Operational measures
    • Service quality measures
  • Outward Focused HR Measures
    • Results measures
    • Business impact measures
is shrm worth all the trouble
Is SHRM Worth All The Trouble?
  • Huselid 1997 study
  • Sears study
  • A study in Germany, Italy, Japan and the USA
  • New Zealand Study
shrm trends
SHRM Trends
  • Recent surveys/views
  • Economic realities
  • Short- & long-term visions
  • Which are you experiencing?
  • What views have changed during course?
2008 forrester research study
2008 Forrester Research Study
  • Human resource management (HRM) will be key area of focus in 2009 as companies and government organizations put in place strategies to cope with economic crisis and recovery.
  • The so called "war for talent" is on the backburner; focus shifts to hiring freezes, benefits and compensation cost management, and workforce reductions in the hardest-hit segments.
  • HRM technology solutions can help savvy human resources professionals strategically manage through crisis and prepare as the climate shifts to the upside.
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2008 Forrester Research Study

Trends for 2009

  • Managing and developing talent
  • Embracing HRM analytics
  • Web 2.0 adoption
  • HR technology strategy
careerbuilder com 2009 job forecast
CareerBuilder.com 2009 Job Forecast
  • Surveyed 3,259 hiring managers and human resource professionals in private sector companies.
  • Trend No. 1: Bigger paychecks (?)
    • Despite the fact that many employers are looking for ways to cut costs, they don't anticipate trimming salaries as a way to do so. Sixty-six percent of employers plan to increase pay for existing employees and one third of hiring managers estimate increasing salaries on initial offers to new employees in 2009.
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CareerBuilder.com 2009 Job Forecast
  • Trend No. 2: Flexible work arrangements
    • Companies are catching on to the flexible work arrangements that allow employees more freedom in the office. Thirty-one percent of employers say they plan to provide the following options for workers in 2009: alternate schedules (70 percent); telecommuting (48 percent); compressed workweeks (40 days); summer hours (19 percent); job sharing (13 percent); and sabbaticals (7 percent).
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CareerBuilder.com 2009 Job Forecast
  • Trend No. 3: Green jobs
    • Employers have tried to gain traction using environmentally friendly policies for a while and the New Year shows more of the same. Last year, one-in-ten hiring managers added "green jobs," which are environmentally conscious positions, compared to 13 percent of employers who plan to add them in 2009.
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CareerBuilder.com 2009 Job Forecast
  • Trend No. 4: Recruitment tools
    • As employers slow down on hiring, recruitment budgets shrink as well. As a result, more employers are using the Internet as an employment medium. Twenty-three percent of employers say that although their hiring budgets will decrease in 2009, they will spend money on the following staffing vehicles: online recruitment sites (19 percent); newspaper classifieds (15 percent); career fairs (12 percent); staffing firms and recruiters (12 percent); and social networking sites (7 percent).
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CareerBuilder.com 2009 Job Forecast
  • Trend No. 5: Retaining retirees
    • Though baby boomers are approaching retirement age, many are continuing to work -- both out of desire and necessity. Employers are looking at ways to retain these workers; 17 percent say they will likely rehire retirees from other companies in 2009 and 12 percent plan to offer incentives for baby boomers to stay on with the company longer.
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CareerBuilder.com 2009 Job Forecast
  • Trend No. 6: Diversity recruitment
    • Hiring managers will also focus recruitment efforts on employing diverse workers. Employers said they plan to hire Hispanic, African American and mature workers aggressively in 2009. Eighty-eight percent of companies say they will continue to recruit bilingual candidates, as well.
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CareerBuilder.com 2009 Job Forecast

Trend No. 7: Freelance or contract hiring

  • To continue their cost-cutting efforts, employers are using freelance or contract workers to help support their businesses. Twenty-eight percent of hiring managers expect to utilize these workers in 2009.
shrm report creating people advantage how to address hr challenges worldwide through 2015
SHRM Report: Creating People Advantage--How to Address HR Challenges Worldwide Through 2015
  • Talent and leadership – scarcer than ever before
  • Workforce –growing older and people are having fewer children
  • Globalization - companies are becoming global organizations
  • Emotional well-being of employees – is more important than ever before
shrm report hr challenges worldwide through 2015
SHRM Report: HR Challenges Worldwide Through 2015

8 critical HR challenges identified for the future:

  • Managing talent
  • Improving leadership development
  • Managing change and cultural transformation
  • Managing globalization
  • Managing demographics, especially aging workforce
  • Becoming a learning organization
  • Transforming HR into a strategic partner
  • Managing work/life balance.
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SHRM Report: HR Challenges Worldwide Through 2015

8 critical HR challenges identified for the future:

Category 1: Developing and Retaining the Best Employees

1 - Managing talent

2 - Improving leadership development

3 - Managing change and cultural transformation

Category 2: Anticipating Change

4 - Managing globalization

5 - Managing demographics, especially aging workforce

6 - Becoming a learning organization

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SHRM Report: HR Challenges Worldwide Through 2015

8 critical HR challenges identified for the future:

Category 3: Enabling the Organization

7 - Transforming HR into a strategic partner

8 - Managing work/life balance.

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SHRM Report: HR Challenges Worldwide Through 2015

5 key steps for making the best decisions:

  • Build an internal capacity to analyze trends in the external environment.
  • Use quantitative and qualitative indicators that give a detailed view of the HR impact on the company's internal environment.
  • Set priorities based on the issues of most critical importance as determined by both external and internal factors.
  • Initiate projects to tackle these priorities with dedicated teams.
  • Perhaps most important, secure support from top management.
adecco institute study
Adecco Institute Study
  • Survey of 5,000 HR professionals heavily supports Category 2.
  • Top 3 challenges facing corporations today are:
    • Globalization
    • Demographic change
    • Technical progress (skills shortages)
mercer consulting report
Mercer Consulting Report
  • 60 senior-level HR executives, 70% of whom hold global positions
  • Biggest Challenge: finding a global service delivery model for the administration of HR and benefits
  • Increasingly: HR executives are promoted to carry out global responsibilities.
    • 45% of surveyed have taken on global roles within the last two to three years
    • 40% of surveyed have assumed such responsibilities within the last 12 months alone
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Mercer Consulting Report

Key drivers of globalization challenge:

  • Rapid employee growth in emerging markets (many companies reported having more than 50% of their workforce located outside of their corporate home country or region)
  • An increase in global workforce mobility
  • More stringent governance and compliance requirements that vary dramatically by region
  • Pressure for overall cost savings through process and policy standardization
invest in technology
Invest in Technology

Gantry Group Research: U.S. companies plan to allocate 46% of HR IT budgets for 2008-2009 to strategic functions such as:

  • Talent Management
  • Performance Management
  • Leadership/Development
  • Recruitment
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Invest in Technology

Adecco Institute Report:

  • Technology will infiltrate the HR function automating transactional services
  • HR practitioners will increasingly rely on knowledge management tools to track
    • Skills, experience, background, interests
    • Formal/informal feedback on employee performance
  • 55% of companies maintain standardized records of business critical knowledge
  • 30% publish information about “knowledge holder” in an internal directory
  • Traditional administrative tasks will be handled by outsourcing, automation and self-service.
going global what is ihrm
Going Global: What is IHRM?
  • International HRM (IHRM) is the process of:
    • procuring,
    • allocating, and
    • effectively utilizing human resources
    • in a multinational corporation, while
    • balancing the integration and differentiation of HR activities in foreign locations.
domestic hrm vs ihrm
Domestic HRM vs IHRM

Compared to Domestic HRM, IHRM

  • Encompasses more functions
  • Has more heterogeneous functions
  • Involves constantly changing perspectives
  • Requires more involvement in employees’ lives
  • Influenced by more external sources, and finally
  • Involves a greater level of risk than typical domestic HRM
approaches to ihrm cont d
Approaches to IHRM (cont’d)

Factors Affecting the Approach to IHRM

  • Political Policies and Legal Regulations
  • Managerial, Educational, and Technological Development in the Host Country
  • Home and Host Country Cultures
  • International Experience of the Firm
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Approaches to IHRM (cont’d)

Factors Affecting the Approach to IHRM(cont’d)

  • Method of Subsidiary Founding
  • Technology and the Nature of the Product
  • Strategic Importance of Particular Employee Groups
  • Organizational Culture
  • Organizational Life Cycle
managing human resources in a foreign subsidiary
Managing Human Resources in a Foreign Subsidiary
  • Culture and HR Functions within a Foreign Subsidiary
  • Staffing in the Subsidiary
  • Training in the Subsidiary
  • Appraising Performance of Subsidiary Staff
  • Subsidiary Compensation Systems
global managers
Global Managers
  • Understand the worldwide business
  • Learn about many cultures
  • Work with many types of people
  • Create cultural synergy
  • Adapt to living in many cultures
  • Use cross-cultural skills daily
  • Treat foreign colleagues as equals
  • Use foreign assignments as career development
ihrm adding value in the global business environment
IHRM: Adding Value in the Global Business Environment
  • HR Activities that Should Be Assessed on a “Value-Added” Basis that Are Unique to IHRM:
    • Costs and Benefits of Repatriation Programs
    • Whether the Mix of PCN, HCN, and TCN (parent, host and third country nationals) Managers is Optimal for Efficiency and Effectiveness
    • Costs and Benefits of Localization Programs in Foreign Subsidiaries
    • Costs and Benefits of HR Activities Customized for Particular National Cultures and Legal Systems
    • Costs and Benefits of HR Programs Related to Foreign Taxation and Social Security Systems
7 best practices for handling layoffs and downsizings bayer 2009
7 Best Practices For Handling Layoffs And Downsizings(Bayer, 2009)
  • Handling terminations correctly:
      • Helps separated employees make best of bad situation
      • Calms nerves of coworkers
      • Salvages public opinion of organization
terminate with dignity
Terminate with Dignity
  • Many HR professionals aren't using right protocols
  • Must terminate employees with dignity
  • If bad appearance, best talent will think twice before applying
  • Negative word can spread quickly
  • Same care taken when hiring should be taken when terminating
i put your policy in writing
I - Put your policy in writing
  • Why, when and how
  • Preparedness is vital
  • Managers must be trained
ii train managers in realities of hurt
II - Train managers in realities of hurt
  • Great sensitivity is required
  • Listen attentively and respond to employee distress
  • Human lives and futures are at stake
  • Organization's image is on line
iii develop positive scripts to help people keep dignity
III - Develop positive scripts to help people keep dignity
  • Carefully prepared (flexible), positive scripts are indispensable
  • Kindness helps employee maintain confidence needed to find new job
  • Nice words play critical role in keeping dignity
  • In downsizing or merger, assure it’s a no-fault situation
iv be up front about why
IV - Be up-front about why
  • Be prepared to explain
  • Be sensitive to feelings of the person being singled out
  • Be as open and honest as possible
  • More likely to feel empowered if they understand
v prepare fair severance package be ready to describe
V - Prepare fair severance package & be ready to describe
  • Must allocate severance pay fairly
  • Severance pay (when possible)
  • Ongoing career coaching
  • In-house counseling
  • Full explanation of benefits provided at termination
vi avoid sudden death discharges
VI - Avoid sudden-death discharges
  • Reduces shock and humiliation
  • Don’t create impression that termination is a punishment
  • Consider option of decompression period:
    • 2 weeks of notice
    • Opportunity to finish tasks, complete projects, etc.
vii assure employee you ll be a good reference
VII - Assure employee you'll be a good reference
  • Empower employee and enable to move ahead
  • Convey good news to prospective employers
  • Even poor performers deserve statement of good points
other issues rif
Other Issues - RIF

“Layoff Survivor Sickness”

  • Fear, insecurity and uncertainty
  • Frustration, resentment and anger
  • Sadness, depression and guilt
  • Unfairness, betrayal and distrust
  • Exodus? Data confirms it…
stemming flight
Stemming Flight
  • “Job embeddedness”: total compensation ($, benefits, childcare, etc.)
  • Procedural justice: policies, ombudsman, grievance, etc.
  • Perception of fairness
  • Overcommunicate, tell truth, keep lines open
  • Don’t act like it’s the same
other strategies
Other Strategies…
  • On-site counseling, EAPs, outplacement
  • Train: listening, empathy, skills
  • Involve top managers
  • Executives: do something visible
  • Give survivors a reason to stay
  • Hire-back bonuses
shrm info systems
SHRM Info Systems

Source: CedarCrestone IT Survey, 2008

shrm analytics
SHRM Analytics
  • Retiring workforce
  • Skill shortages
  • Retention
  • Employee engagement
  • Escalating benefit costs
  • Non-competitive or unaligned compensation
  • Compensation’s contribution to turnover
  • Merger/acquisition activity
  • Revenue per employee

Source: CedarCrestone Whitepaper, 2008

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SHRM Analytics

Source: CedarCrestone Whitepaper, 2008

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SHRM Analytics

Source: CedarCrestone Whitepaper, 2008

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SHRM Analytics

Source: CedarCrestone Whitepaper, 2008