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Week 13: Lecture Slides: #7: Introduction to HRM #9: HRM Responsibilities: Operational #10: HRM Responsibilities: Strategic #11: Operational Vs. Strategic HR #13: External Environmental Influences #14: External Environmental Influences: Economic Conditions #16: External Environmental Influences: Workforce Issues #17: External Environmental Influences: Workforce Issues #21: External Environmental Influences: Technology #22: External Environmental Influences: Government #23: External Environmental Influences: Globalization #24: External Environmental Influences: Environmental Concerns #25: External Environmental Influences #26: Brief History of HRM Textbook: The Strategic Role of Human Resources Management Human resources management is the management of people in organizations to drive successful organizational performance and achievement of the organizations strategic goals. The goal of HRM is to ensure that the organization finds and hires the best individuals available, develops their talent, creates a productive work environment, and continually builds and monitors these human assets. Human capital is the knowledge, education, training, skills, and expertise of an organizations workforce. Human Resource Management Responsibilities: HRM responsibilities and activities fall into 2 categories. The first is the traditional operational (administrative) category, where HR professionals hire and maintain employees and then manage employee separations. The second is the more recent strategic category, where HR is focused on ensuring that the organization is staffed with the most effective human capital to achieve its strategic goals. Operational Responsibilities: o Every line manager has responsibilities related to employees as they move through the stages of the human-capital life cycle: selection and assimilation into the organization, development of capabilities while working in the organization, and transition out of the organization. o Services that is provided by the HR professionals to the company: Analyzing jobs Planning future workforce requirements Selecting employees Orienting and training employees Managing compensation and reward plans Communicating with employees (including counselling and disciplining) o Outsourcing, the practice of contracting with outside vendors to handle specified department.n a permanent basis, had grown very popular over the years in the HR Strategic Responsibilities www.notesolution.com
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