5 Mhr

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1. Draw up a short mission statement for the HR function in an identified organisation you are familiar with consisting of five clear and distinct statements. Each should reflect your view of current and future priorities. Go on to justify your choice, making reference to major developments in the organisation's business environment.| AC 1.1, 1.2| Candidates are expected to identify up to three major organisational objectives that the HR function is responsible for delivering, explain how these objectives are evolving in relation to changes in the work environment (local, national, international) and how these changes may impact on HR.| Give a brief mission statement for HR function in business.From MS draw out up to 3 separate statements * Employee engage * Recruit * L&DHow link to main MSDiscuss priorities IRT business How they are evolving – PESTLE, local, nat & intl changes, Managing change & managing HR in tough timesSp with appropriate refs. 1/3 to ½ describing. Remainder analytical/academic| 2. Briefly describe the major features you would expect to find in an HR function which has adopted the 'Ulrich Model' as the basis for its structure. Explain the thinking behind this approach to the organisation of an HR function. In what types of organisation do you think it works best and why?| AC 2.1, 2.2| Candidates will demonstrate understanding of the approaches to deliver HR objectives in different sectors, sizes of organisation and cultures. Candidates will also show how the environment influences the approaches used and describe other differences between sectors cultural, institutional and national/regional.| Explain Ulrich model & how affects orgs, how it works. Ulrich 1997 (TITLE?) – current HR system outdated and providing service & supervision rather than taking strategic & innovative view (dependencies versus self managed)Roof: At...
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