You are on page 1of 21

HUMAN RESOURCE

MANAGEMENT
FUNCTIONS AND
POLICIES
PRESENTED BY-
AMIT KUMAR
VIKASH DUBEY
HUMAN RESOURCE
MANAGEMENT
 It is a management
function concerned
with hiring,
motivating,
and maintaining
people in an
organization.
 It focuses on people in

organization.
DIFFERENCES BETWEEN HRM
AND PM
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (HRM)
HRM views people as an important source
or asset to be used for the benefit of
organization, employees & the society.

PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT (PM):-


PM has a limited scope and an inverted
orientation.
FUNCTIONS OF HRM
HRM FUNCTIONS :- 2 TYPES
2. MANAGERIAL FUNCTION
 PLANNING
 ORGANISING
 DIRECTING
 CONTROLLING
OPERATIVE FUNCTIONS
 These functions are related to
employment, development,
compensation & industrial relations.
 It consists of:-
3. Procurement functions
4. Development
5. Motivation & compensation
6. Maintenance
7. Integration functions
8. Emerging issues
1. PROCUREMENT FUNCTIONS
 Job analysis
 Human resource planning

 Recruitment

 Selection

 Induction & orientation

 Internal mobility
2. DEVELOPMENT
 Training
 Executive development

 Career planning & development

 Human resource development (HRD)


3. MOTIVATION &
COMPENSATION
 Job design
 Work scheduling

 Motivation

 Job evaluation

 Performance appraisal

 Compensation administration

 Incentives & benefits


4. MAINTENANCE
 Health & safety
 Employee welfare

 Social security measures


5. INTEGRATION FUNCTIONS
 Discipline
 Teams & teamwork

 Collective bargaining

 Employee participation &

empowerment
 Industrial relations

 Trade unions & employee association


6. EMERGING ISSUES
 Personal records
 Human resource audit

 Human resource research (HRR)

 Human resource accounting (HRA)

 Human resource information system

 Stress & counseling

 International human resource

management
HRM POLICIES
 Human resource policies are systems of
codified decisions, established by an organization,
to support administrative personnel functions,
performance management, employee relations
and resource planning.
 The establishment of policies can help an
organization demonstrate that it meets
requirements for diversity, ethics and training. In
order to fire a person it may be necessary to
show cause compliant with employment contracts
and collective bargaining agreements; the
establishment of HR Policies to document steps in
procedures, including disciplinary procedures, is
now standard.
Policy Categories

 General Policies
 Equal Opportunity and Employment Prac

 Compensation
 Benefits Management

 Management Development and Training

 Disclose
General Policy
Equal treatment specifically prohibit
discrimination on the basis of race,
sex, color, national origin, religion,
sexual orientation, age, political
affiliation, veteran status, or
disability.
 Alcohol and other drugs: not allowed

to drink or take other drugs while


working.
Equal opportunity and Employment
Practices
 Hiring
 Working Place Harassment

 Types of Employment & working

Hours
 Retention of Employees
Compensation
Is the payment to an employee in
return to their contribution to the
organization that is for job perform
 Pay Area.

 Absence or Absent.

 Variable and Base pay.


Benefit Management
 Sales Compensation: Retain Sales Super
.
 Profit Sharing.

 Holiday Pay Packages.


Management Development &
Training
 Training to develop new skills and
adapt new technology.
 Educational Program

 Career Development Program


Disclosure
 It’s a main policy of human resource
management. an employee is not
allowed to leak organizations
information to outsiders without the
permission o his superior.
 Maintain each employee personal

record.
THANKS