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COMPONENTS OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

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Angeline Inigo

on 27 March 2016

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Transcript of COMPONENTS OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

5 COMPONENTS OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
1. Organizational Culture
2. Planning for Change
3. Training and Development
4. Health and Safety
5. Recruitment and Retention

Human Resource
Management
• Function in organizations designed to maximize employee performance in service of an employer's strategic objectives.
• Primarily concerned with the management of people within organizations, focusing on policies and on systems

Organizational Culture
• Collection of values, working norms, company visions and habits
• Setting policies, procedures and company standards dictates to employees the behaviors that are acceptable in the workplace
• Affects the way people do their work and interact with one another and with customers.

PLANNING FOR CHANGE
• Helping employees understand their roles in the larger picture of the company
• Building bridges between departments and managers and getting people to talk about "what-if" situations
• Develops a management plan for disasters, for changes in workflow and for reassuring employees in times of crises or frightening change

COMPONENTS OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
CAUNCA, INIGO, POPEN, UMBAC
TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT
• Policies and procedures need to be firmly communicated to employees as part of their on-boarding process
• HR management system is also responsible for ongoing employee development
• Continuing education keeps employees' skills fresh so they bring new and innovative ideas to the workplace

RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION
• It is the anchor of all HR's policies and systems
• Finding qualified workers, keeping them engaged with the company, training them to effectively do their jobs and providing incentives for further education, benefits and compensation are all drivers to organizational success and should be constantly on the minds of HR managers.

HEALTH AND SAFETY
• This can be achieved through policies and procedures, but the HR function may go a step further to make sure employees understand the risks of certain activities
• Minimizes the possibility that an accident will occur and helps to eliminate any subsequent legal action that might be taken against the company

SOURCE
http://smallbusiness.chron.com/five-components-human-resource-management-system-64231.html
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