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chapter 1
Human resource management
Donald Garner
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human resources, business




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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by 12 on Friday January 22, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to HRMG 4380-001 at University of Colorado Colorado Springs taught by Donald Garner in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 11 views. For similar materials see Human resource management in Human Development at University of Colorado Colorado Springs.


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Date Created: 01/22/16
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT: Week 1- introduction  Comstup with solution before problems arise  21 century HR management is used to make profit for an organization and gain more power  HR is job security for everyone  Organization must know goals so HR can give them a strategic plan  Selection error: bad employees. Affects training and compensation Burdens at least one aspect of the system  HR is becoming more critical for companies  LinkedIn is becoming more important When connecting with people, tell them why you need them in your network Personal management VS HR Personal Management:  administer policies  standalone programs (training)  personnel department is responsible for managing people  creates cost within an organization HR:  help to achieve goal through people  HR management training programs are integrated with the company’s mission and goals  Line managers share joint responsibility in all areas of people hiring and management  Contributes to the profit objectives of the company  HR Consults with line managers to come up with policies and help achieve goals  The more HR is effective and high performance systems= more profit  Time management does not affect bottom line  HR plans, directs, coordinates, recruits, interviews, hires, and consults and links company and employees  Organizations cannot exist without HR, because it impacts it directly  Line managers used to do teir own recruiting  Legal issues: cannot just hire someone referred from a family friend  Treated unfairly-leads to doing bad things: wasting time, not being productive, stealing.  Since 1960s, thousands of laws have passed regarding discrimination, HR cannot violate and now hard to fire anyone without documentation and process with proof  Entry level: 30-50 % annual salary to replace them  Mide level: up to 150%  High: 400% Reasons for growth in importance of HR  Change in line manager jobs  Organization needs to be consistent  Legal developments  Economic  Competitiveness= maintain/ gain market share in industry  HR Management: policies, practices, system influence employees’ behaviors, attitudes and performance  Strategic goals=leader in industry Diagram 1-11  Need X number of new employees  Recruit. Best workers working and are not looking for jobs. So how do you reach them?  Use social media Tests: personality test, intelligence test, train and develop them, treat them fairly(compensation), employee labor relation, HR-complaints Laws and regulations, labor unions and labor markets are outside factors that affect the individuals’ abilities and motivation and also jobs, duties and awards. Laws are always changing and being added Labor unions will destroy HR- so KEEP out! Labor markets-supply demand


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