How Does Hrm Differ From Personnel Management?
What is the best job for a HRM graduate?
I want to know what are the jobs a HRM graduate will be. I want to know it first before I choose this course to find if I am suit in those jobs. Need your suggestions guys!! ...
HRM? ~ human resource management?
or HRM ~ Hotel Resturant management?
1. Payroll assistant
what is HRM?
Human Resource Management (HRM) is both an academic theory and a business practice. It is based on the notion that employees are firstly human, and secondly should NOT be treated as a basic business resource. HRM is also seen as an understanding of the human aspect of a company and its strategic importance. HRM is seen as moving on from a simple "personnel" approach (or was supposed to) because it is preventative of potential problems, and secondly it should be a major aspect of the company philosophy, in which all managers and employees are champions of HRM-based policies and philosophy..
What is meant by HRM (Human Resource Management)?
The Human Resources Management (HRM) function includes a variety of activities, and key among them is deciding what staffing needs you have and whether to use independent contractors or hire employees to fill these needs, recruiting and training the best employees, ensuring they are high performers, dealing with performance issues, and ensuring your personnel and management practices conform to various regulations. Activities also include managing your approach to employee benefits and compensation, employee records and personnel policies. Usually small businesses (for-profit or nonprofit) have to carry out these activities themselves because they can't yet afford part- or full-time help. However, they should always ensure that employees have -- and are aware of -- personnel policies which conform to current regulations. These policies are often in the form of employee manuals, which all employees have.
Career Prospects in HRM?
HI, Can anyone advise me on the career prospects after doing my MBA in HR?
HRM is a highly paying and upcoming job provided you have your EQ strong.
EQ or Emotional Quotient is the factor which connects you well with people of all strata and age groups.
An HR person, needs to be emphathetic to the needs to everyone in the organisation. First of all, understand the role of an HR. HR is not just about Recruitment and Training.
It more about knowing and understanding the needs of the people.
BRAIN DRAIN has become a chronic problem .Brain Drain does not only mean out of the country brain drain, it could also mean out of the organisation.
A talented person is wanted everywhere, it is the responsibility of the HR to retain these brains.
Personnel Management has changed its name to HRM (Human Resource Management). With its name change, the responsibilites, duties and challenges have enhanced.
In today's organisation HRM plays a vital role, and hence the course has become a well playing profession.
HRM could be described as a developing profession over the last century.?
can someone give some examples show how it came about? (Im preparing my exam for HRM course) thanks for any advice!
Historically, as Peter Drucker showed in the 1950s, the concept of management grew up between 1900 and 1950. Before that, firms were run by owners. Professional managers who were employees became more of a force after the Second World War and Drucker was the first to lay down a program called "Management". HR grew up during a period of increasing politcal correctness in the 1980s. before that HR Managers were Personnel Managers who looked after employee benefits, pensions, recruitment, induction, and training. The term "Human Resources" replaced the less attractive words like "employee" or "worker". Then, I think it was the American Army Air Force, developed some really useful techniques like Critical path Analysis and PERT and businesses chose the personnel and Training Managers to adopt these techniques for use in companies. Then universities saw what was happening and brought together all of the aspects we call HRM today. The key impact of HRM on business today and into the future will be to train and develop an organisation's people to provide the company with effective advantages over competing firms.
Marketing, Finance, Operations, Production and IT can all be bought in but you can't outsource your HRM.