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HUMAN RESOURCE

MANAGEMENT
by- Akriti Rai
Priyanka negi

Meaning of HRM

Functions of HRM
Managerial functions

Employees benefits
Services offered to an employee:
Training

and Education
For example: 1.training an individual in the organization
how to use Microsoft Project.
2.providing an individual on the theory behind different
communications styles.
Health and safety
1.A safe and healthy work environment.
2. Control hazardous related to health by providing health
and safety programmes.

Cont.
Social

security
Social security protects not just the
subscriber but also his/her entire
family by giving benefit packages in
financial security and health care.
Social Security schemes are
designed to guarantee at least long
term sustenance to families when
the earning member retires, dies or
suffers a disability.

Training and
Development
MEANING OF TRAINING
It is a learning process that involves the acquisition of
knowledge, sharpening of skills, concepts, rules, or
changing of attitudes and behaviours to enhance the
performance of employees.
Benefits of Training to the Employers: Faster Learning of New Skills
Increased Productivity
High Morale
Economy of Operations
Development refers to the growth of an employee in all
respect It is most concerned with shaping the attitudes.

Recruitment

It means
motivating people
to apply for the
job.

Process of Recruitment
Recruitment

process begins with acceptance of


requisition for recruitment for any department of
company.
Assessing personnel requirement through job
description and job specification.
Locating and developing the sources of required
number and type of employees.
Identifying the prospective employees with particular
combination of skills, experiment, education and other
personnel attributes.
Communicate information about organizing the job and
the terms and conditions of services.
Encouraging the identified candidate to apply for job in
organization.
Evaluating the effectiveness of recruitment process.

Employee relation

Employee relations
A

set of policies, programmes and


mechanisms.
Focused on safe guarding and
promoting the basic interest of
people at work.
To seek greater organizational and
effectiveness.

Compensation
Compensation and Benefits is rewarding
the employee for the services rendered by
them for the benefit of the organization. It is a
set of programs aimed at achieving the
following objectives:
Compensation aids in attracting capable
employees to the organization.
It also helps motivate employees towards
superior performance.
Compensation also helps in retaining the
employees and their services over an
extended period of time.

Manpower planning
Manpower Planning which is also
called as Human Resource Planning
consists of putting right number of
people, right kind of people at the
right place, right time, doing the
right things for which they are suited
for the achievement of goals of the
organization.

Corporate Social
responsibility
Any responsibility particularly
towards members of the society with
whom you interact or towards the
society in general, are
called corporate social
responsibility.
Business should not harm,
rather protect and contribute to
the interests of the society.

Rules & Regulations for


employees
Each

employee must act in


accordance with the companys
policies, orders, rules, regulations,
guidelines etc. applicable from
timeto time.
The Company expects each
employee to maintain proper
decorum.
The duty must be performed in good
faith.