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How would you organise your People in your Business?

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How would you organise your People in your Business? Human resource management is the responsibility of using and developing the organisation's personnel in the most productive way. The basic functions of human resource management are; workforce planning, recruitment, training and development, appraisal, and reward systems. In my opinion the workforce is the most valued asset, who individually and collectively contribute to the achievement of company objectives. Workforce planning is an important area of HRM. It ensures that the firm has the right number of staff, the right quality, in the right place and at the right time. ...read more.

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Time and money is however devoted to recruitment. Job analysis (an investigation into the demands of a job to identify the tasks and skills required to draw up a job description) is important for successful recruitment. Human resource management will also need to evaluate the most effective recruitment methods. I believe internal recruitment methods are favourable because of the cost advantage and the knowledge of applicants. However, if certain jobs require particular skills then external recruitment is needed. Training and development increases productivity as well as employee's moral. ...read more.

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who have potential for advancement I believe motivation is the key element in HRM to increase an individual's output in an organisation. I would use a reward system in my business in order to get the best of a my employees. If businesses are going to be effective and efficient they need to manage their employees, or human resources well. Well-managed workers will be happier, better motivated, more productive and more responsive. Badly managed employees are more likely to miss work, be less enthusiastic, and less willing to show initiative. Managing people effectively is the single most common factor that links successful organisations. ...read more.

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