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Transcript of PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT
"What is Personnel Management"
can be defined as obtaining, using and maintaining a satisfied workforce. It is a significant part of management concerned with employees at work and with their relationship within the organization.
"welcoming the new employee!"
"The Road to Success"
An introductory stage in the process of new employee assimilation, and a part of his or her continuous socialization process in an organization.
An interview is a professional meeting in which a series of questions are asked to determine eligibility and discover information. Interviews are used when hiring employees.
A regular occurrence in the workplace, where a manager or supervisor formally or informally judges your work performance over a specified period of time. In some cases, favorable performance reviews may be met with raises or promotions while unfavorable ones can help employees correct problems or errors with their work.
the act or fact of being raised in position or rank
is the employee's departure at the hands of the employer. There are two basic types of involuntary termination, known often as being
is where the employer chooses to require the employee to leave, generally for a reason which is the fault of the employee.
is usually not strictly related to personal performance, but instead due to economic cycles or the company's need to restructure itself,
Persons paid on a part-time basis during the designated pay period.
A student or a recent graduate undergoing supervised practical training.
Social Security Sytem (SSS) –
The Social Security System was created by the Philippine government. All employees hired by private companies are required to become an SSS member
(Republic Act No. 8282)
. This system aims to protect its members for when they are unable to work such as sickness, disability, maternity, old age and death, or other such contingencies not stated but will result in loss of income or results to a financial burden.
Philippine Health Insurance (PhilHealth
) – The Philippine Health Insurance Corporation is the medical insurance company of the Philippines. All employees are required to be contributors of this service
(Republic Act 7875)
Home Development Mutual Fund (Pag-ibig Fund)
– Employers are also required to contribute, on behalf of their employees, to the Home Development Mutual Fund
(Republic Act 7835)
This company provides the lowest interest housing and land acquisition loans to its members that are payable for up to 30 years. This gives every Filipino worker an opportunity to own a house in easy-payment plans that can directly be deducted from their monthly wages.
13th Month Pay
– Based on
Presidential Decree No. 851
, all Filipino employees are entitled to a year-end bonus equivalent to one (1) month salary regardless of the nature of their employment. The 13th month pay is to be given no later than December 24 of every year a worker is employed.
Overtime Pay and Holiday/Rest Day Pay
, an employee who renders over eight (8) hours of service per day shall be given an overtime pay which is equivalent to his regular hourly wage plus at least twenty-five percent (25%) thereof. Under Article 93, if an employee is asked to work on their scheduled rest day or on a non-working holiday, the employee shall be paid an additional compensation of at least thirty percent (30%) of his regular wage.
Service Incentive Leave
– According to
of the Labor Code of the Philippines, an employee who has worked for at least one (1) year in a company is entitled to five (5) days leave of absence, with pay, every year. If the employee does not avail of these paid leaves, the company may opt to have them do a mandatory leave of absence, with pay, or convert these unavailed paid leaves to their cash equivalents, to be given at the end of each year.
Meal and Rest Periods
- According to
of the Labor Code of the Philippines, employees are entitled to one (1) hour break for meals on an eight-hour work day. Employees are also entitled to adequate rest periods in the morning and afternoon, of short durations, that will be counted as hours worked. These rest periods normally last for 15 minutes and can be used by employees as coffee or snack breaks.
Night Shift Differential –
According to Article 86, every employee shall be paid a night shift differential of not less than ten percent (10%) of his regular wage for each hour of work performed between ten o’clock in the evening and six o’clock in the morning.
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How to be a Personnel Manager?
Personnel manager provides assistance to top management.
He advices the line manager as a staff specialist
As a counsellor, personnel manager attends problems and grievances of employees and guides them
Personnel manager acts as a mediator- He is a linking pin between management and workers.
He acts as a spokesman- He represents company in training programmes
Functions of Personnel Management
1. Manpower Planning
4.Training and Development
Do' s and Dont's
here are some tips and tricks in winning that interview
Do's and Dont's
Tips and tricks on how to stay at your workplace
(without being scolded by the boss)