Human Resource Management in 21st Century Knowledge
Rise, Inc is a day program for developmentally disabled adults. Rise is currently going through some economic hardship along with the government. Due to the fact that this organization is funded through the government, their budget has decreased and their resources have become very limited.
In this hard time it is becoming harder and harder to satisfy employees while being able to function to the fullest. Throughout the entire Rise sites there are two Human Resource Managers, and one site has an active union. Previously all of Rise workers were within the union, but the HRM’s have allowed other sites to not be active in the union, but still reap the benefits of the union. If one site has a benefit, all the sites get that same benefit. This has made things difficult. This paper will go over the background of Rise as a whole, their training process, what role HRM’s have, union presence, and key performance indicators. After reviewing these items an action plan will be suggested and explained on how to implement it to create a better, stronger work environment. Organizational Profile
Rise, CIP Anoka is a community integration program that is part of a large multipurpose company that services individuals with disabilities in a large array of ways. Rise, besides it’s multiple CIP sites throughout Minnesota also assists individuals getting back into competitive work by job coaching, assists individuals with Traumatic Brain Injuries, and individuals with Mental Illness. Rise was created by a group of parents in the Anoka, MN area who wanted to have a better, more productive program for their children with disabilities rather than the sheltered workshops that were already in service. Throughout the long struggle they incorporated Rise in 1971 and has branched off from working only with persons with disabilities to including housing support, students in...