Bus. 303 Human Resources Management
Healthcare Human Resource Management
Professor Gwendolyn McCants-Allen
February 21, 2011
Human resource management is the function performed in organizations that facilitates the most effective use of people (employees) to achieve organizational and individual goals (Ivancevich, 2010). In present day society, organizations have been confronted with profound transformations in the roles of human resource management and its function. The healthcare industry encounters several challenges ranging from ethical and moral aspects, high cost of medical care, economic pressures, regulatory compliances, shortage of qualified professionals, and industry consolidation to deliver health care services in the United States. In this reflective paper I will explore the role of human resource management, human resource planning, leadership and management issues/responsibilities, EEO and Affirmative Action, Safety and Health, Compensation and Benefits of health care human resource management leaders. Health Care Professionals are presented with a variety of issues in each sector of their working environment. The high cost of medical care has insurmountably risen in the United States delivering several issues in the health care industry. Nevertheless of the goal or job, some type of assistance is needed pertaining to human resource management.
The management of human resources is one of the most important yet challenging responsibilities within health services organizations. As society and organizations expand and become multifaceted, Human Resource Management operations carry on into several regions which are essential to the organizational advancement and success. The voyage to perceiving and utilizing human resource roles involves: Human Resource Planning, Recruitment, Selection, Human Resource Development, Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), Affirmative Action, Safety and Health, Employee Labor Law and Relations,
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