Human Resource Management At A Large Business

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Introduction Good afternoon and welcome everyone my name is Will Bird. My authority for being able to address you today is that I am the Human Resource Manager of a large business called “Achieving better people management”. The main content in Human resource management that I will be covering is the recruitment stage. What is HRM? Well what is Human Resource Management; it is the management of the employee relationship that covers establishing, maintaining and terminating employment. Why is it Important? Human Resource Management is very important in an organisation/business, human resource managers will hire, train and develop employees to try and achieve full potential by motivation, this is important by achieving the highest…show more content…
Induction: An induction programme is the process used within many businesses to welcome new employees to the company and prepare them for their new role. Human Resource Managers should provide the new employee with necessary and important information about the business. The induction process is the first step in building a relationship between you and the new colleague/s. Why is Recruitment Needed? Recruitment is tremendously important in any organisation, but recruiting new staff is very costly and can take time. Recruiting in most businesses can go wrong dramatically; this is because the process of hiring is not followed correctly. Once the process of identifying that there is a vacant spot the recruitment stage will perform. Recruitment is usually needed because new skills are needed or the business is ready to expand internally. Job analysis attraction and development: The job analysis is where the Human Resource Manager has identified the duties and responsibilities, nature of the jobs, to decide qualifications, skills and knowledge to be considered for that particular job. The job analysis helps to understand what tasks are important and how they are carried on. This step also forms a basis for later HR activities such as developing effective training programs, selection of employees, assessment of employees (performance
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