Human Resource Management: The Key Importance Of Human Resources

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The importance of human resource management The main purpose of the Human Resources Management is to manage the culture of the company and employees, to exercise every possible avenue to recruit, train and keep employees while reducing expenditure so to maximize profits. Essentially, the purpose of HRM is to maximize the productivity of an organization by optimizing the effectiveness of its employees.Perhaps they are some key functions of the Human Resources Management (HRM) team include recruiting people, training them, performance appraisals, motivating employees as well as workplace communication, workplace safety, and much more. Here is where I started to explain the key functions The recruiting process that follows the job analysis…show more content…
It should not serve to deter workers from becoming good employees but rather encourage them to become better employees. For eg. A performance management policy that focuses primarily on punishment of employees may build fear, while one that focuses too heavily on rewarding exceptional employees only may build rivalry, cheating, demolish teamwork create an unhealthy work environment. Other policies that focus too much on short terms goals may cause employees to lose sight of the long term strategy. etc. Overall the key is to ensure that the performance management has the right mix to mitigate as much as possible the negative impacts its capable of having on the organization and…show more content…
The fundamental goal of performance management is to promote and improve employee effectiveness. It is a continuous process where managers and employees work together to plan, monitor and review an employee's work objectives or goals and his or her overall contribution to the organization. It is our duty in the Human Resources Department and the managerial community of the organization to ensure that systems involving employees are reviewed quarterly. The Performance Management system involves its employees, as individuals and members of a group, in improving organizational effectiveness in the accomplishment of agency mission and goals. And as such I have decided that a few things needed changing like implementing one on one coaching and bonuses just to name a few. Over the past week, the HR department reviewed all HR management practices in place to support the performance management process. This was done so that we could agree on the changes needed to promote growth (by individual strengthening and ensuring each person is completely enthused about his or her job) as a company. These include: • Well designed jobs and written job

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