Learner name| Assessor name|
|Prof Jose Mathew Mattom|
Date issued|Completion date|Submitted on|
Qualification|Unit number and title|
BTEC LEVEL 7 EDSML|STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT|
In this assessment you will have opportunities to provide evidence against the following criteria. Indicate the page numbers where the evidence can be found.|
Criteria reference|To achieve the criteria the evidence must show that the student is able to:||Task no.||Evidence| 1|Explanation of the importance of strategic human resource management in organisations||1.1||| 1|Assessment of the purpose of strategic human resource management activities in an organisation||1.2||| 1|Evaluation of the contribution of strategic human resource management to the achievement of an organisation’s objectives||1.3||| 2|Analysis of the business factors that underpin human resource planning in an organisation||2.1||| 2|Assessment of the human resource requirements in a given situation||2.2||| 2|A human resources plan for an organisation||2.3|||
2|Evaluation of how a human resources plan can contribute to meeting an organisation’s objectives||2.4||| 3|Explanation of the purpose of human resource management policies in organisations||3.1||| 3|Analysis of the impact of regulatory requirements on human resource policies in an organisation||3.2||| 4|Analysis of the impact of an organisational structure on the management of human resources||4.1||| 4|Analysis of the impact of an organisational culture on the management of human resources||4.2||| 4|Examination of how the effectiveness of human resources management is monitored in an organisation||4.3||| 4|Recommendations to improve the effectiveness of human resources management in an organisation||4.3|||
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BACKGROUND OF THE CASE
Siemens AG is a global electrical and electronics business with a turnover of nearly £60 billion. The company employs just under half a million people around the world. It is based in Munich, Germany. In the UK, Siemens has its headquarters in Bracknell, Berkshire and has around 100 sites across the UK employing 20,000 people. Siemens' products affect our lives in many ways. We can toast bread in a Siemens toaster powered by electricity generated and distributed by Siemens. Traffic lights are made by Siemens and people in hospitals have life-saving MRI scans using Siemens advanced medical imaging technology.
1.1 explain the importance of strategic human resource management in organisations
STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Strategic human resource management[->0] is designed to help companies best meet the needs of their employees while promoting company goals. It deals with the macro-concerns of the organization regarding structure, quality, culture, values, commitment, matching resources to future needs and other longer term people issues. Strategic HRM gives direction on how to build the foundation for strategic advantage by creating an effective organizational structure and design, culture, employee value proposition, systems thinking, an appropriate communication strategy and preparing an organization for a changing landscape, which includes downturns and mergers & acquisitions. Siemens is a leading technology business and one of the largest electrical and electronics engineering companies in the world. In the UK, it employs over 20,000 people and is in the top three electrical and electronics companies in the world. It has been a pioneer in innovation since 1843 when Siemens installed the first street light in Godalming, Surrey. In 2006, Siemens UK invested over £74.4 million on research and development. The company designs and manufactures products and services for both industrial customers and...