FINDING AND KEEPING THE BEST EMPLOYEES
Human Resources Management is the process of determining human resource needs and then recruiting, selecting, developing, motivating, evaluating, compensating, and scheduling employees to achieve organizational goals. Determining Human Resources Needs
Preparing a human resource inventory of the organization’s employees. The inventory should include ages, names, education, capabilities, training, specialized skill, and other information pertinent to the specific organization (e.g., language spoken). 2.
Preparing a Job analysis.
Job analysis. A study of what is done by employees who hold various job titles. b.
Job description. A summary of the objectives of a job, the type of work to be done, the responsibilities and duties, the working conditions, and the relationship of the job to other functions. c.
Job specifications. A written summary of the minimum qualifications of workers to do a job. 3.
Assessing future human resource demands.
Assessing future supply.
Establishing a strategic plan.
Recruiting Employees from a diverse population
Recruiting is a set of activities used to obtain a specific number of the right people at the right time. Selecting employees who will be productive
Selection is a process of gathering information and deciding who will be hired, under legal guidelines, for the best interests of the individual and the organization. A typical selection process would involve six steps
Obtaining complete application forms.
Conducting initial and follow-up interviews.
Giving employment test.
Conducting background checks.
Obtaining results from physical exams.
Establishing trail (probation) periods.
Hiring Contingent Workers
Contingent Workers: Workers who do not have the expectation of regular, full-time employment. Training and developing employees for optimum performance
Training and Development: An attempt to improve productivity by increasing an employee’s...
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