Hrm Of The Aviation Industry

2362 Words Jul 25th, 2015 10 Pages
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Human Resource Management
Instructor: Trish Poznick
Student: Eric Aimee Tchuigoua-Youmbi
May term 2015
Topic: HRM in the aviation industry.

After the Civil Aeronautics Act created the Civil Aeronautics Authority (CAA) in 1938, which was responsible for safety programs and economic regulations that included route certificates, airline tariffs, and air mail rates, and the Airline Deregulation Act of 1978, where the congress believed that fares would drop based on the record of intrastate airlines, where fares were 50 to 70 percent of the Civil Aeronautics Board, (Rodrigue; Cusick), the commercial aviation industry took off in a very rapid manner. It grew up to the point where some of them starting competing internationally. But, as we look back, none of that success would have been possible without the implementation of effective human resource management, whether it was on the national or international standpoint. Human resource management (HRM) consists of numerous activities, including equal employment opportunity (EEO) compliance, Job analysis, human resource planning, recruitment, selection, motivation, and retention, performance evaluation and compensation, training and development, labor relations, safety, health, and wellness. Throughout this paper, we will be talking about how some airlines apply all these human resources management activities to be more competitive, and people’s best choice today.

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