INCLUSIVE GROWTH AND AFFIRMATIVE ACTION OF HR IN AN ORGANISATION
• Affirmative action should provide consistent, fair and ethical leadership to meet present and future HR challenges.
NEW TRENDS IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Better Communication Channels
Change in the Work-Life
Job Redesign Job
New approaches to compensation and rewards Career Planning
Performance Appraisal Decentralisation
Breaking down the hierarchical structure Facilitating Empowerment
Initiating and facilitating process of change Enlarging the knowledge base
Developing team spirit
Facilitating the employees desires of self-actualisation.
Role of HRM
The role of HRM is to plan, develop and administer policies and programs designed to make optimum use of an organizations human resources. It is that part of management which is concerned with the people at work and with their relationship within enterprises. Its objectives are: (a) Effective utilization of human resources,
(b) Desirable working relationships among all members of the organizations, and (c) Maximum individual development.
Human resources function as primarily administrative and professional. HR staff focused on administering benefits and other payroll and operational functions and didn‘t think of themselves as playing a part in the firm‘s overall strategy.
HR professionals have an all encompassing role. They are required to have a thorough knowledge of the organization and its intricacies and complexities.
The ultimate goal of every HR person should be to develop a linkage between the employee and organization because employee‘s commitment to the organization is crucial.
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