Running head: HUMAN RESOURCE STRATEGIES, POLICIES & PRACTICES 1 Human Resource Strategies, Policies & Practices HMP1 – Jet Blue Case Study HUMAN RESOURCE STRATEGIES, POLICIES & PRACTICES 2 Abstract Human Resource Management, was developed in the late 90’s, by R. Wayne Mondy and Judy Bandy Mondy. It was designed to help new students become familiar with human resource management, providing both realistic and practical scenarios of HR’s strategic role in planning and operating organizations. Through various examples from the research of company material, it demonstrates that all managers are necessarily involved with the human resources part of business, which is
Case Study: New Hire Mismanagement COMM/215 Case Study: New Hire Mismanagement Introduction When accepting the position of a Campus Recruiter for ABC, Inc., there were specific tasks and expectations that go along with the job title. The specific tasks were explained however, due to the improper planning and poor execution, the individual failed to
“Looking Back Reflection” John Doe BUS 303 Human Resources Management Instructor John Doe August 18 2099 The purpose of this reflective paper is to show my understanding along with what I have learned about HRM (human resources management) and the different way HRM impacts the success behind every business, along with the rules and
Managing Multiple Generations in the Workplace Diversity is no new thing in the workplace. Many different factors account for this circumstance in the business arena. Gender, race and ethnicity, and age are a few of the major factors that create diversity within the workplace. The latter, age, is
Human Resources Management Reflective Paper BUS 303 Human Resource Management Reflective Paper In analyzing the concepts discussed in Human Resource Management, I have found an interesting mix of education and forethought into the role of a human resource manager. Many of the aspect of human resource management such as HR planning, recruitment and selection, as well as, human resources development and labor relations all play a significant role in the success of any organization. There are many benefits to the learning that has taken place in this course that has helped me better understand HRM and its roll that will shape not only my position in business now but for future
Comm/215 Case Study Introduction The common perception of a recruiter is evolving quickly in the workplace (Boswell 2001). Where once recruiters were viewed as a tool to simply acquire candidates, modern recruiters have greater responsibilities to their clients. These responsibilities can include tasks such as organizing paperwork, completing pre-screening measures, and even occasionally preparing training curriculum (Darrell 2002). Recruiters are further expected to provide quality screening of candidates and ensure the optimal match for each applicable position within a company (Posner 2006). As with any other job within a company, recruiters must take this work seriously and avoid procrastination to ensure a smooth transition for their candidates into the new workplace. Should the transition fail to be smooth, the full blame modernly falls on the recruiter who failed to use proper coordinating strategy.
Many different avenues exist that can be utilized in the recruitment process. While traditional methods of recruitment such as newspaper advertisements employee referral programs are still be used, many companies, including Fortune 500 companies, are moving towards more technologically advanced avenues such as career opportunity pages on the company website, online job boards, social media, etc. The way an organization presents itself using any of these avenues is essential to the recruitment process as it is the only opportunity for the organization to attract
Byars, Lloyd L., and Leslie W. Rue. Human resource management. 10th ed. New York: McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2010. Print.
The economic environment in nowadays dynamic, it is fairly important for organisations and managers to recognise the curtail of Human Resource Management. It is clear that Human Resource Management (HRM) has become one of the most recommend management strategy in the modern business (Leopold and Harris, 2009). Human Resource Management is a technique process of managing people in the workplace to enable and enhance organization performance (Leopold and Harris, 2009). This theory involved the responsible to attracting, selecting, training and managing people which make employees become more valuable to the organisations. It invests effect in learning and development at work. Also to communicate with all employees at each level to reward successful employee relations (Wilton, 2011). Human Resource Management plays a very important role in the operation strategy and management concerns in work organisations of all kinds (Leopold and Harris, 2009). In aim to justify this statement by evaluate the benefit and importance of Human Resource Management in contemporary work organisations. This essay will focus on analysis the advantages of use Human Resource Management in business also underline by explain more detail about the different HRM strategy brings benefits and give competitive advantages impact to the organisation success. Then summarise by a general conclusion on the importance of HRM in contemporary work organisations.
Challenges of Human Resource Managers In an era of increasing competitiveness, globalization, economic rationalization, deregulation, technological revolution and changing workforce there is an ever-increasing need for human resource management to be able to capitalize on the special challenges that this changing environment brings. For a company to be able to successfully keep ahead of the competition, human resource management is seen to be a significant contributor.
The Problem with Technology The problem is that utilizing technology based recruiting (including Social Networking Sites and Applicant Tracking Software) for selection of candidates may result in a detrimental fit between employee and organization. When considering organizational fit; “The concept Person-Organization Fit (POF) deals with the congruence between the employee’s own personal values and the values of the organization, according to the employee’s perception” (Farooqui & Nagendra, 2014, p. 123). These limitations could culminate into a poor fit, resulting in diminished job satisfaction as well as poor job performance (Farooqui & Nagendra, 2014). The population that is affected by this problem is Human Resource (HR) management. The research will specifically focus on talent acquisition that will reduce problems through strategic recruitment.
A review on the journal article: impact of human resource management on organizational performance. Human resource management has gained atmost importance in the past few years. Studies have found that there is a relationship between human resources of an organization and performance. From an era of slaves to an era of knowledge resources, People have been regarded differently throughout the years. People are now considered to be energy resources which are directly responsible for the effective working of the organization. An organization with good human resources and its effective management forms an effective organization.
Topic: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN NIGERIA. Content: Abstract Introduction • History of Human Resource Management • History of Human Resource Management in Nigeria Main body • HRM in Nigeria • HRM activities in Nigeria • Problems facing HRM in Nigeria Conclusion • Summary of points Reference Abstract: Human Resource Management is fast gaining popularity and its importance is becoming unavoidable, this is due to the fact that
Critically evaluate if HRM managers can be the “Guardian of Ethics” in an organization. Human Resource Management is the process of acquiring, training, appraising and compensating employees, and of attending to their labor relations, health and safety and fairness concern. “Human Resource Management is a distinctive approach to employment management which seeks to achieve competitive advantage through the strategic deployment of a highly committed and capable workforce, using an array of cultural, structural and personal techniques” Storey (1995)
In addition, the employment process requires effective communication in terms of the messages to post via advertisements. This is because potential candidates will be attracted by the content of the messages displayed through the adverts. In light of the current technological advancements such as the Internet and social networks, human resource managers would want to utilize such channels to reach many potential candidates across the globe (Lugonja, 2011: 2). This calls for flexibility and willingness to invest in technology where adequate efforts have not been made. However, a multidimensional approach would work better since not all people can access the Internet. In a nutshell, the process of selection and recruitment involves looking for and motivating prospective employees to apply for available job posts. Being a negative process, selection entails scrutinizing the qualifications of candidates that have applied in order to choose only the best applicants for various jobs (Sharma, Khurana, & Khurana, 2009: 17).