Human Resource Portfolio

6233 WordsApr 26, 201025 Pages
TABLE OF CONTENTS pages 1. Introduction 2 1.1 Natural of position 2 1.2 Job Description 3-4 2. Recruitment Procedures 5 2.1 Objectives 5 2.2 Advertisement 5-6 2.3 Recruit Agencies 6 3. Selection Procedures 7 3.1 Objectives 7 3.2 Selection Procedures 7 3.3 Interview 8 3.4 References check 8 3.5 Offers/rejects of employment 9 3.6 Induction 9 4. Performance Management System 10 4.1 Objectives 10 4.2 Steps in managing performance 10 4.3 The Performance Appraisal 10-11 4.4 Reward and Recognition 11 5. Remuneration management 5.1 Objectives 12 5.2 Pay Remuneration 12 6. Good governance in HRM 13-14 7. Conclusion: Overall Evaluation and Learning 15 References list 16-18 Appendix 1 Sample Interview Questions 19 Appendix…show more content…
RECRUITMENT PROCEDURES _2.1 OBJECTIVES_ Once the HRD's position is explained and described, the next step is recruitment procedure. Recruitment procedures can be defined as the most suitable candidates for a vacant in that position (Farnham & Stevens, 2000). Hire a right people is crucial and difficult; therefore, the accurate methods of recruitment will attract the most suitable candidates to HRD position (Froschheiser, 2008). _2.2 ADVERTISEMENT_ Position advertisement can be posted internal and external way. Internal means that if staffs currently work in the hotel and they are interested on the vacant position, then they can apply directly through the HR department. Human Resources and Employment shows that an internal recruitment can enhance the relations between the hotel and employee, also reduce the
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