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A Human Resources Management Plan and Job Aid

A Human Resources Management Plan and Job Aid

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Published by: Debbie Rahilly Bryan on Nov 04, 2010
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A Human Resources Management Plan andJob Aid: Health Care Administrator By:Debbie Bryan
Human Resources Management Plan: Health Care Administrator I. Executive SummaryII. IntroductionIII. Job Analysis - PowerPoint PresentationIV. Process of SelectionV. New Employee Orientation ScriptVI. Training PlanVII. Summary
Human Resources Management Plan: Health Care Administrator 
Executive Summary
This is a proposal and recommendation for Robinson Memorial Human ResourcesManagement (HRM) hiring department program for a Health Care Administrator job/position.The Human Resources (HR) Department in any facility plays a major role in the job hiring andtraining process. Therefore, the recruitment method(s) used by the human resources department play a critical role in the hospitals success rate. This proposal plan was designed to provide asolid job analysis for a Health Care Administrator position as well as covers the selection process, new employee orientation script, training plan, and discuss available benefits package.
 Today more than ever more people are taking advantage of going to college to advance inhis/her careers, especially in the medical field. This is why it is important for any HRM to makesure that before beginning the hiring process their facility is updated and knowledgeable of allresources available to them. According to Bohlander and Snell, (2007) it suggest that jobtraining and tool selection are important aspects of the hiring process because it allows thecompany make sure that the best and properly qualified person is hired to do the job. This process also helps to keep a company's job hiring streamline as well as the ability to competewith other competitive employers (Bohlander, & Snell, 2007).

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