Management MGT 3303 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Affirmative Action, Work Council, Human Resource Management

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The quality of an organization is, to a large degree, determined by the quality of the people it employs. Staffing and hrm decisions and actions are critical to ensuring that the organization hires and keeps the right people. Getting that done is what human resource management (hrm) is all about. The hr management function concentrates on attracting, hiring, developing, motivating, and retaining competent employees. The first three activities in the hrm process address employment planning: adding staff through recruitment, reducing staff through downsizing, and the selection process. Once you select competent people, you need to help them adapt to the organization and ensure that their job skills and knowledge are kept current which is accomplished by the next two activities in the hrm process: orientation and training. The last steps in the hrm process identify performance goals, correct performance problems if necessary, and help employees sustain a high level of performance over their entire work lives.

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