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36857922 6485375 Human Resource Management

36857922 6485375 Human Resource Management

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 Human Resources Management: Text notes
Vassilis MoustakiseHealth LaboratoryFoundation for Research and Technology – Hellas (FORTH)Institute of Computer ScienceHeraklion 71110, GreeceE-mail:moustaki@ics.forth.gr Heraklion, August 2005
 
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Overview 
The text represents a Human Resources Management (HRM) manual and teachingmaterial. It is divided into three parts. Part I overviews HRM functions and tasks. PartII includes guidelines for the management of people. The third part includes specificmeasures related to HRM practices and outcomes.
 
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
O
VERVIEW
............................................................................................................................................2
 
I
NTRODUCTION
.....................................................................................................................................5
 
P
ERSONNEL SELECTION
........................................................................................................................5
 
P
ERSONNEL ORIENTATION
,
PLACEMENT AND SEPARATION
...................................................................7
 
Orientation......................................................................................................................................7 
 
Placement........................................................................................................................................8
 
Separation.......................................................................................................................................8
 
J
OB ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
..................................................................................................................9
 
 Job analysis.....................................................................................................................................9
 
 Application of job information analysis........................................................................................11
 
 Job design.....................................................................................................................................12
 
J
OB AND PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL
...................................................................................................14
 
Uses of performance appraisal.....................................................................................................14
 
 Rater biases...................................................................................................................................15
 
 Appraisal methods ........................................................................................................................16 
 
 Implications of the appraisal process...........................................................................................20
 
T
RAINING
...........................................................................................................................................20
 
Steps to human resources training................................................................................................21
 
Needs assessment
................................................................................................................................21
 
Training objectives
................................................................................................................................21
 
Program content
....................................................................................................................................21
 
 Learning principles.......................................................................................................................21
 
Training approaches.....................................................................................................................22
 
Job Rotation
...........................................................................................................................................23
 
Apprenticeships and coaching
.............................................................................................................23
 
Lecture and Video Presentations
........................................................................................................23
 
Vestibule Training
..................................................................................................................................24
 
Role Playing and Behavior Modeling
..................................................................................................24
 
Case Study
.............................................................................................................................................24
 
Simulation
...............................................................................................................................................24
 
Self-Study and Programmed Learning
...............................................................................................25
 
Laboratory Training
...............................................................................................................................25
 
Action Learning
......................................................................................................................................25
 
 Evaluation of Training..................................................................................................................25
 
C
AREER
P
LANNING
.............................................................................................................................26
 
Career counselling process...........................................................................................................28
 
 Management support ....................................................................................................................28
 
Career Planning and HR department...........................................................................................29
 
S
ECURITY
,
SAFETY AND HEALTH
........................................................................................................29
 
Financial Security.........................................................................................................................29
 
Social Security ..............................................................................................................................30
 
 Implications for the HR department..............................................................................................30
 
Workers Compensation.................................................................................................................30
 
 Enforcement..................................................................................................................................31
 
Security, safety and health rules...................................................................................................31
 
U
NION RELATIONS
..............................................................................................................................31
 
The labour management system....................................................................................................32
 
Unions and human resources management ..................................................................................32
 
Common Provisions in Union-Management Agreements.............................................................32
 
The challenges to human resources management.........................................................................33
 
W
AGES AND SALARIES
.......................................................................................................................34
 
Objectives in compensation management.....................................................................................35
 
Guidelines for an effective compensation.....................................................................................35
 
 Basic topics for the HR department..............................................................................................36 
 
PART II – GUIDELINES FOR THE EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT OF PEOPLE...................37
 
G
UIDELINES FOR OVERCOMING ORGANIZATIONAL BARRIERS TO INNOVATION
...................................37
 
G
UIDELINES FOR EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP
...........................................................................................40
 
G
UIDELINES FOR EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION
...................................................................................43
 

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