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Sir Owais Ijaz Khan Muhammad Ali Muhammad Farooq 3440 Muhammad Usman Yasir Zubair Abdullah Khan Muhammad Khalil Hussain 3443
Department of Business Administration International Islamic University Islamabad
Why Human Resource Management is important in Organization?
HRM is very important in organization especially in public sector organization. There are many issues arise in the public sector organizations which need to resolve and HR managers are the person who resolve these problems. In universities, there is all kind of people from President to security guard who should be managed properly by some one. • The Foremost and prime HR function in any organization is recruiting the right person and then getting required quality and quantity of work in line with organizational goals which uses various tools and techniques for motivation, appraisal, training, cross cultural management, emerging issues in personnel laws like, sexual harassment etc. One of the main reason for rise in corruption and selfishness pursuit by public sector employees is jealousy towards unusually high wage rates in so called hi-fi and MNC organizations around the globe, particularly in countries like Pakistan that are having poor quality of Public Administration, public awareness and legal systems. With the help of HRM, loyalty can be developed and maintained in employees. Another challenge facing Organizations is to handle legal pressures relating to employee related laws of new types like gender bias, racial or caste bias in employment, sexual harassment, ethical issues Necessary expansion/contraction of work force. Training needed to utilize new technology Costs for hiring, training. Initiatives Control Job design Accountability Staff Specialists Employee Relations Bureaucratic-roles, policies, procedures Tight division of labor Training and developing people Managing employee performance Managing conflict in the workplace
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