Human Resources Management : Human Resource Management

2534 Words Nov 20th, 2014 11 Pages
In most cases managers look at human resource management as an expense to a company rather than a source of benefit to the company however, research has proved that human resource management practices can be of greater value. Valuable decisions such as whom to recruit, what package to offer, the training necessary for the new recruits and how to assess employee performance directly affects the employee motivation and as such do affect the ability of the employee to provide products which the consumers value. For companies that invest in new technology and ensure quality throughout the organization, it must also ensure good staffing, training and compensation of staff. Human resource management implies that employees are resources to organization. For a company to succeed in what it does it requires employees who have certain specific qualities such as certain kinds of training, skills and determining who works for the organization and how these people work, human resource management contributes to basic objectives of the organization such as quality, customer fulfillment and profitability. Human resource management has various functions such as described below.
Analyzing and designing jobs-in order for an organization to produce its products or offer its services, certain tasks have to be performed; these tasks are grouped together to form jobs. The tasks are grouped in such a manner that the groups help the organization to operate effectively and employ…
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