Human Resource Management at Delphi
Human Resource Management is the utilization of human resources to achieve organizational objectives. Various studies have concluded that an organization?s human resources is its people. It can be a significant source of competitive advantage. Achieving competitive success through people requires a fundamental change in how managers think about an organization workforce and how they view the work relationship.
It's a new approach within the framework of organizational, behavior that goes beyond the role of just personnel administration. I have learned How job analysis is a systemic process of determining the skills, duties and knowledge required for performing jobs in an organization, How compensation includes all reward that individuals recovery as a result of their employment, and The Occupational Safety and Health is an approved state occupational safety and health program.
With today?s work force becoming increasingly diverse, a organization must do more to maximize the benefits of the different employees. Human Resource Managers are evolving from the ?Old School? sideline player to the front line fighters. People have always been central to organizations, but their strategic importance is growing in today?s society.
Whereas the human resource inventory is concerned with telling management what individual employees can do, Job Analysis is more fundamental. It defines the jobs within the organization and the behaviors that are necessary to perform the job. It is essential and pervasive human resource technique. The purpose of job analysis is to obtain answers to six important questions:
1) What physical an mental tasks does the worker accomplish?
2) When is the job to be accomplished?
3) Where is the job to be accomplished ?
4) Why is the job done ?
5) How does the worker do the job?
6) What qualifications are needed to perform the job??
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Today human resources problems are enormous and appear to be expanding. Human Resource Planning is the process by which managers ensure they have the right number of people, in the right places,and the right times. Who are capable of effectively and efficiently completing those tasks that will help the organization achieve it?s overall objective. In other word, human resource planning translates the organization?s objectives into terms of the workers needed to meet those objectives ?Human resource planning can be condensed into three steps:
(1) assessing current human resources,
(2) assessing future human resources needs,
(3) developing a program meet future human resource needs? (All Business.Com)
Managers begin HR planning by reviewing the organization?s current human resource status. This review is typically done by generation a human resource inventory. The availability of sophisticated computer information systems, it?s not difficult for...