Motors and More

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HRM 6003 Human Resource Management
Week 1: Case Study
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Week 1: Case Study Strategy is defined as: a way of doing something, or a game plan or plan of action. As a HR manager you must possess the ability to look at things from a strategic approach (Anthony, Kacmar, & Perrewe', 2010). Over the years the whole approach to HR has changed drastically and continues to change. This approach requires an employer to see human beings as a resource to the organization. The development of people is now the most important asset of improving the performance of an organization; this is accomplished through improving designs and methods of Human Resource Management. Organizing means to structure, or put together in an orderly
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See chart below for an illustration of a typical HR unit.
Human Resources Manager
Training Specialist
Benefits Specialist
Salary Specialist
Safety Specialist
Staffing Specialist
Development Specialist
Employee Relations Specialist
Figure 1: General HR Organizational Chart
Human Resources Manager
Training Specialist
Benefits Specialist
Salary Specialist
Safety Specialist
Staffing Specialist
Development Specialist
Employee Relations Specialist
Figure 1: General HR Organizational Chart Previously, the HR unit for Motors and More only consisted of a HR Director. Some hiring will have to be done in order to have a full HR staff. Due to the size of the company, several of the HR units will have to be combined. The job of the HR director will remain the same. The company will need an Organization Development Manager to facilitate and maintain organizational change. The Employment Staffing and Training Specialist unit can be combined, and will consist of 2 professionals a Recruiting Specialist and a Training Specialist, who report to the ODM. The jobs of Benefits Specialist and Salary Specialist will be filled by taking 2 professionals from the Finance and Accounting department. This will leave that department with a manager, 3 professionals, and 1 hourly person, which are more than enough people to absorb the of the reallocated personnel’s responsibilities.

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