The Impact of HRM
After reviewing chapter 13 of Human Resource Management: Acquiring and Building Employees’ Skills and Capabilities; I have reached the conclusion that the best way to improve the management of human resource is to:
First place to start improvement would be to improve employee’s skills. Improving employee skills would be very beneficial to any company. Training is important as an employer I want to boost character, commitment, competence, and team player qualities in my employees. I think training sessions that teaches good reinforcement, involves skill role playing, on-the-job training, real-life simulations and experiential training, and welcomes feedback from the trainees are most effective. The training enhancement programs need to be designed based on analyzing data for each employee, and giving assessment before training. •
Then I have noticed when I enter certain business there’s a picture of one or more of their top employees. The employee is recognized for that week or month for his or her high quality of work. Recognizing your best employees will give other employees the incentives to produce quality work. Acknowledgement shows that you are a team player. Being a team player builds character in an individual. •
Next, providing incentives boost up moral. I would prefer to initiate the merit pay system for my employees. At my job every year we received a pay raise, not this year the union negotiated to put the raise toward a different cause. The union’s actions cause many employees’ morale to go down. There is nothing like receiving paid reasonable for working excessively.
The two areas that I selected are Labor Relations, and Pay and Benefits. Labor relations play a key role within a company. I have experienced employees having...
References: Axia reading material, Jones: Introduction To Business: How Companies Create Value for People III. A Functional Approach to Business 9. Information Technology and E−Commerce: Managing Information, Knowledge, and Business Relationships © The McGraw−Hill Companies, 2007
Axia reading material, Jones: Introduction To Business: How Companies Create Value for People III. A Functional Approach to Business12. Operations and Materials Management: Managing the Production and Flow of Goods and Services © The McGraw−Hill Companies, 2007
Axia reading material, Jones: Introduction To Business: How Companies Create Value for People III. A Functional Approach to Business 13. Human Resource Management: Acquiring and Building Employees’ Skills and Capabilities © The McGraw−Hill Companies, 2007
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