M1 - Explain why human resources planning is important to an organisation. Human Resource management can be defined as a management of organisation workforce. It is responsible for recruitment and selection, induction and training, promotion and transfers, human resources and manpower planning, rewards and conditions of employment and appraisals and termination of employment. HRM is also a strategic and comprehensive approach to managing people and the workplace culture and environment. Effective HRM enables employees to contribute effectively and productively to the overall company direction and the accomplishment of the organisation's goals and objectives. (1) Roles of HRM:
The human resources management team suggests to the strategic management team how to strategically manage people as business resources. For example: Recruiting and hiring employees – BT HRM deal with these roles, by assessing and recruiting the right candidates for the work place they have within organisation. BT checks skills of the candidates and select those, which matches required criteria. Induction and training- BT HRM are responsible for improving employee’s skills by selecting the right training to them, also giving the induction on how they need to work. Promotion and transfers- BT HRM are dealing with promotion and transfers of employees and promoting those employees who work right and deserve to grow up within organisation. For example, from worker to supervisor, also if they need to continue in the same organisation, but willing to relocate to other place BT can provide them with higher position available in other location. Human resource and manpower planning - consists of putting the exact number of people, right kind of people at the right work place, at exact time, doing the special things for which they are suited for the achievement of goals of the BT. Rewards and conditions of employment- BT gives many rewards to their employees like growth in salary, or promotion because...
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