People have of mankind, people have been the most valued resource available. Regardless of the goal or task, some level of human resource is required.
This simple fact has created a vital need for effective Human Resource Management (HRM).
Implementing and executing areas of human resource management entail Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and Affirmative Action, Human Resource Planning, Recruitment, Selection, Human Resource Development, Compensation and Benefits, Safety and Health, and Employee Labor and Relations. By studying each area, one can comprehend how they can be used in one’s career ambitions and prepare for a productive, prosperous future. One area of Human Resource ...view middle of the document...
As stated before, EEO covers a majority of areas in Human Resource Management, it is crucial that the correct procedures and policies are implemented in order to follow the laws that are in place that protect us all from discrimination.
Human resources planning, recruitment, and selection
Another important area of Human Resource Management is planning, recruitment, and selection. “Recruitment is used to influence the number and types of applicants who apply for a job and whether an applicant accepts jobs when offered” (Ivancevich, 2010). Many companies present an individual with a signing bonus and or use the company’s benefits package as a bargaining chip in order to entice prospective candidates. HRM needs to adhere to HRM goals while keeping Equal Employment Opportunities at the forefront. HRM should plan future goals of employees that are in line with the company’s goal of growth and development. When an objective is decided upon and the plan is put in place to reach these goals then HRM must start the recruiting process. After the prospective candidates have gone through the interview process which have recruitment efforts have hopefully brought in the in the kinds and amount that were preferred. The procedure of selection comes next in the process, according to (Youseff, 2012) Selection is the method through which organizations choose their most valuable asset—people—to fill jobs within the organization with the right, qualified individuals. Selection is one of the most crucial processes for an organization. Though, the selection process can pose obstacles by various candidates meeting the company’s standard conditions.
Selection is not just centered on the amount or caliber of production but instead the perfect mixture of both. There might be specific qualities that a company is searching for. Based on the particular job, a company might want may be more concerned with intellect as the defining quality, or it might rather want an individual that has strong communication attributes. Certain jobs demand balancing both attributes, but at the same time there are others that might point to one above the other. In addition to these issues, a company must bear in mind, maintain Equal Employment Opportunity procedures to make certain that no laws are being violated or broken. Ultimately, the company will choose the candidate with the acknowledged, recognized qualities they were searching for.
Human resources development
Human resources development is another key area of human resource management. Beginning with first orientation, companies get acquainted with their new personnel with the simple aspects of their company. Orientation is used as a way to break the ice, reduce nervousness, stress while also offering what will be anticipated from the new employee, which allows, helps the individual for an easy move into a new work setting. Human resource development requires managers and human resources to think beyond the...