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Study the most important aspects of the human resource development and other activities and the human welfare in the result of such activities.

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DEDICATION We dedicate our report to our respected teacher Prof. E. Din, who taught us with the great affection and dedication and let us understand how to manage human resource at organizational levels in a proper manner and how to analyze the selection and recruiting processes. We feel proved to present this project in the hand of the scholar of the new modern era. He gave us a prestigious knowledge about the different aspects of human resources management, due to which we are able to write this report. PREFACE The primary objective of underlying the assessment review is to study the most important aspects of the human resource development and other activities and the human welfare in the result of such activities. This report is written on Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital and Research Centre. We will observe the human resource activities and the job analysis. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT We are very thankful to Prof. E. Din for his guidance and for giving us a project on Human Resource Management. We are grateful to Management of Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital for their cooperation. We would like to thank Miss. Amna, acting director HRD, who gave her precious time to provide us information on different aspects of the human resource development processes at SKMCH&RC. We would not have been able to complete this project without her cooperation. SHAUKAT KHAUM MEMORIAL CANCER HOSPITAL AND RESEARCH CENTRE Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre (SKMCH & RC) is a state-of-the-art cancer centre located in Lahore, Pakistan. It is a project of the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Trust, which is a charitable organization established under the "Societies Registration Act XXI" of 1860 of Pakistan. The institution is the brainchild of Pakistani cricket superstar, Imran Khan. The inspiration came after the death of his mother, Shaukat Khanum from cancer. The Hospital is a project of Shaukat Khanum Memorial Trust - a non-profit legal entity established under the laws of Pakistan. ...read more.


Suspension shall only be used in exceptional circumstances, and shall be with full pay. A Senior Administrative employee shall automatically be retired SKMCH&RC employment (without notice) on July 1 coincident with or following his or her 60th birthday. Attendance & Tardiness SKMCH&RC is committed to providing the best patient care possible with its available staff. To attain this patient-oriented goal, it is important that all staff report to work as scheduled. This policy establishes standards for permanent employees, regardless of appointed hours, by which managers can determine that individual employee attendance has become a performance problem. The policy requires that supervisors maintain and regularly review attendance records. The policy assures that supervisors have consistent guidelines for the purpose of counseling, warning, suspending, demoting, or terminating an employee for unsatisfactory attendance. This policy applies to absenteeism, tardiness, and a combination of the two. Tardiness Tardiness is defined as an unexcused absence from the assigned work area of six (6) or more minutes but less than half the shift time. This includes reporting late at the start of a shift, upon return from meal breaks, and/or upon return from other breaks. This also includes leaving early prior to the end of a shift. Tardiness, for any reason, is recorded as tardiness. It is the manager's obligation to assign meal breaks so that employees are aware of the appropriate meal time parameters Training & Education Employee Orientation Purpose: First impressions have a profound influence on the way new employees support our mission, vision, and values. A well-designed orientation program provides a dynamic and effective way to prepare employees for work. During the orientation process, employees are introduced to essential information, including information on benefits that will continually assist them in being an active and productive part of the organization. Our most important asset is our people, and the ongoing success of the SKMCH&RC is dependent upon well-trained personnel being employed in every position. ...read more.


This payment equals the highest 12 months' salary in a row earned during the 24 months before death, but no less than $100,000 and no more than $2500, 000. The death benefit is paid in addition to the member's retirement accumulation or, if applicable, the Survivor's Alternate Benefit described below. Survivor's Alternate Benefit If a member dies while in active status after completing 20 years of credit or reaching age 60 with 5 years of credit, the principal beneficiary named to receive a refund of retirement contributions may choose to receive a monthly benefit for life instead of a refund. Early Retirement A reduced monthly retirement benefit is available at age 50 with 20 years of creditable service, or age 60 with 5 years of creditable service Service Retirement An unreduced monthly retirement benefit is available after 30 years of creditable service, after age 60 with 25 years of creditable service, or after age 65 with 5 years of service. Retirement Payment Options A member may elect to receive the maximum retirement income or a reduced income through one of several payment options which provide payment to a beneficiary after the member's death. Conclusion SKMCH&RC is an equal opportunity employer. As such, SKM Health Care System offers equal employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, or disability. To extend these opportunities, they shall: * Recruit, hire, train, and promote persons in all job classifications without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, disabilities or political affiliation/influence. * Base selection, hiring, and promotion decisions upon valid requirements and criteria which are, reduction-in-force, terminations, and promotions objectively, without regard to race, related and necessary to perform the work * Administer all personnel actions including compensation, benefits, tuition assistance, training, transfers color, religion, sex, national origin, age, or disability Human Resource Management MBA-IT 31ST BATCH Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital & Research Centre BY: ALI RAZA ` ...read more.

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