Communication and HRM Issues in Organizations

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Strayer University

ASSESSMENT 4: COMMUNICATION AND HRM ISSUES

By

Barbara Hughes

Submitted to:
Justin U. Harris, PhD

A Assessment in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement for
BUS 520- Leadership and Organizational Behavior

Anne Arundel Campus
March , 2009

Chapter 1
INTRODUCTION
Communication and human resource management as it pertains to organizational behavior and leadership can coincide with one another in varying circumstances. Communication consist of many variable avenues all in that can lead to a human resource management problems if the communication is not appropriately done. Since communication can be vary in different styles that consist of written and verbal, formal and non formal it’s important to understand how all types of communication play a vital role in an organization. The communication must be clear and well defined for the individual to totally understand it and the true meaning of it. Human resource management can be defined as the organizational function that deals with issues related to people such as compensation, hiring, performance, organization development, safety, wellness, benefits, motivation and communication. Human resource management plays a vital role in the employee’s success, job satisfaction, motivation and overall assist in the employee identifying a key area for them to have continued success in the organization. In this assessment, it is the intent that the reader will have a clear understanding of the varying communication styles that are used in organizations today. In addition the reader will have an understanding and knowledge of human resource management and how communication and HRM are overall needed in an organization success.

Chapter 2
COMMUNCIATION AND HRM ISSUES
Communication in today’s organizations has not only become far more complex and varied but more important to overall organizational functioning and success (Baker, 2002). It has become more apparent due to the need



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