Human Resource & Performance Objectives

HRM, HR

Human resource professionals establish an effective performance management to reward excellence, identify development opportunities and provide remedial or disciplinary action when necessary. By aligning each employee’s work with the strategic objectives of the company, a human resource professional helps ensure that work contributes to achieving profitability and success. By setting clear performance expectations in job […]

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Intern Programs As a Human Resource Management Tool

HRM

Interns are a mix between observational learners and temporary employees, and they occupy unique positions within the companies they work with. Internship positions provide college students and aspiring career-minded learners with opportunities to gain experience in their chosen fields with companies who may not otherwise hire them. Internships can be either full or part time, […]

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About Electronic Based Human Resource Management

HRM

Manila folders, paper documents, copy machines and steel filing cabinets become a thing of the past when a business implements electronic-based human resources management. Electronic HR management, also known as E-HRM, uses web-based technology to create an HR information system. While very small or new businesses may find implementing E-HRM unnecessary or simply too costly, […]

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What Are the Duties of Human Resource Management in Interpreting & Implementing Personnel Policies?

HRM, HR

Human resources management should be involved from the very first conversation about workplace policies to the final publication of employee handbooks. In addition, HR leads the communication and marketing plans that support the unveiling of personnel policies. Strategic planning, development, implementation and interpretation are within HR management’s purview to ensure that the company’s policies reflect […]

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Effects of HRM on Workplaces

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Human resource management involves practices used by managers and HR workers and automated systems to manage people. Examples of HRM practices include performance management, hiring, firing, training, payroll and employee benefits administration. Without organizational coordination through HRM practices, managing personnel is cumbersome, which can leave employees feeling dissatisfied and wanting to work for a more […]

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How to Measure Performance

HRM, HR

With fewer employees in their talent pool than large enterprises, measuring performance is particularly pertinent for small businesses. Job performance measurements are useful in determining appropriate employment decisions, such as retaining or promoting high-performing employees or terminating employees whose performance fails to meet your company’s expectations. Absent a reliable form of performance management and a […]

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