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Human Resource Management - HRM approaches, HR Planning, Job Evaluation, Reward Management system and organization exit strategies.

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´╗┐Human Resource Management Individual Assignment Human Resource Management Individual Assignment Table of Content Introduction Task 01: Personal Management & Human Resource Management 1.1 Personal Management 1.1.1 Definition 1.1.2 Importance of Personal Management 1.1.3 Evolution of Personnel Management 1.2 Human Resource Management (HRM) 1.2.1 Definition 1.2.2 Importance of HRM 1.2.3 Evolution of Human Resource Management 1.3 Human Resource Professional 1.3.1 Human Resource Manager 1.3.2 Roles & responsibilities of a Human Resource Manager 1.4 Human Resource and Organization Performance 1.4.1 How human resource can affect organization performance Task 02: Human Resource Planning 2.1 What is HR Planning? 2.2 Forecasting Labor Demand (Requirement Forecast) 2.3 Availability Forecast 2.3.1 Internal Forecast 2.3.2 External Forecast 2.4 Action Plan 2.5 Recruitment Approaches 2.5.1 Attracting Applicants 2.5.2 Selection procedure 2.6 Interviews as a Selection Technique Task 03: Monitoring & Rewarding Employees 3.1 Levels of Management 3.1.1 Top Level (Directors & CEO) 3.1.2 Middle Level (Managers) 3.1.3 Low Level (Executive) 3.2 Role of Managers & Directors 3.2.1 Manager- Imperial Tea Exports 3.2.2 Director- Galle Face Hotel 3.3 Critical Analysis of Manager & Director roles 3.4 Job Evaluation Procedure in Imperial Tea Exports Step 1: Job evaluation factors Step 02: Information gathering Step 03: Evaluation of job Step 04: Benchmarking Job 3.5 Reward Management System at Imperial 3.5.1 Motivation and rewarding 3.5.2 Financial rewarding 3.5.3 Non- Financial Rewarding 3.6 Performance Evaluation at Imperial 3.6.1 Annual Performance Evaluation 3.6.2 Inter Department Evaluation 3.6.3 Regular Observations & Assignments 3.7 Recommendations for employee retention 3.7.1 Two Factor Theory 3.7.2 Equity Theory Task 04: Employee Exit Strategies 4.1 Exit Strategies 4.2 Causes for redundancy 4.2.1 Benefits of redundancy 4.2.2 Disadvantages of employee redundancy Conclusion Appendix References Introduction This documentation has been prepares to present the study of Human Resource Management subject criteria and critical analyzing on HRM approaches, HR Planning, Job Evaluation, Reward Management system and organization exit strategies. In elaborating on its tasks, Task one comply of an investigation on traditional view personal management and the new approach of human resource management. ...read more.

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________________ Task 03: Monitoring & Rewarding Employees 3.1 Levels of Management In an organization, it is most common to find different tires/ levels of working staff. In the most general scenario, the organization structure is categorized as follows. 3.1.1 Top Level (Directors & CEO) Officials are the most powerful bodies in an organization. We could say that they basically run the organization. They hold a high power of authority and most of the important decisions affecting organizations? future are made by them. 3.1.2 Middle Level (Managers) Includes those who are in charge of regular organization actions. They are being monitored by the top level officials and are given the authority to make considerable serious decisions in the organizations as they are well aware of the performance of the company than the other where they are known what is best suited for the well being of the company. 3.1.3 Low Level (Executive) Consists of the bottom level employees who perform day today activities of the organization. Basically being monitored by the middle level. Low level employees? are given the privilege to make basic and minor regular decisions such as corresponding with new buyers and creating orders. 3.2 Role of Managers & Directors 3.2.1 Manager- Imperial Tea Exports Imperial Tea Exports is a tea exporting company which has its business expanded to over 60 countries. As mentioned above, manager is a middle level employee who has their authority over the regular activities of the organization. Managers are in charge of monitoring and improving its daily business tasks. In Imperial, marketing managers? job role is to generate business with its customer by corresponding. Most of the top level customers are being handled by the managers and the small scale customers are given to the executives. They may make decisions such as what marketing/promotional campaigns to be used in which country, what price to be quoted for different countries, what non- active products are to be laid off and many more serious decisions. ...read more.

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2. At least ten years of professional experience across all HR disciplines, including employment, benefits, compensation, employee relations, training and development, workers compensation and conflict resolution. 3. PHR certification required; SPHR certification preferred. 4. Experience working with a diverse workforce. 5. Prior experience working with a non-profit community services corporation a plus. 6. Fluency in Spanish as a second language preferred. Required Skills and Abilities 1. Conduct research, including use of commercial computer-based research services. 2. Communicate effectively, verbally and in writing, to a diverse audience. 3. Plan, organize and prioritize work. 4. Assign and supervise the work of others. 5. Demonstrate the highest level of ethical behavior. 6. Remain flexible in order to adapt to changes in work environment. 7. Study and apply new information, and take initiative. 8. Excellent time-management, problem-prevention and problem-solving skills. 9. Work accurately with close attention to detail. 10. Maintain confidentiality of sensitive information. 11. Work effectively, professionally and tactfully with CA?s diverse workforce, team leaders, senior staff, and outside companies and public agencies. ________________ 12. Possess a work ethic that includes neatness, punctuality and accuracy. 13. Exhibit a professional, businesslike appearance and demeanor. 14. Basic computer skills, including e-mail, word processing and spreadsheets. 15. Excellent interpersonal skills to facilitate interaction with the workforce. WORK ENVIRONMENT 1. Ability to work in an office setting. 2. Position may require extended hours including evenings and weekends, travel to multiple work sites and occasional out-of-town travel. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT NOTE: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature of work performed by the Human Resources Manager. These statements are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, tasks and skills required of an employee in this position. CA reserves the right to require that other tasks be performed when warranted (for example, by emergencies, changes in personnel or workload, corporate reorganization, or technical development). CA also reserves the right to revise this job description. My signature below acknowledges that I have read this job description and I am able to perform the essential functions and responsibilities of the position of Human Resources Manager. ...read more.

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