Human Resource Management &Supervision
1 Human resource management and Supervision covers more ground than people might initially imagine. Some may define it as the interactions between employer and employee in the time between which an employee is hired, until they are terminated. While this is true, human resources management begins even before this, with the policies that are created by the institution, and the laws and supervision that govern workplace relations. There are many important issues in human resource management and supervision in the twenty-first century, which ranges from communication, to problem behavior, to workplace health.
1 How an organization manages its resources
1 What is Human Resources?
2 What is Management?
3 What is Law?
4 What is Recruitment?
2 List of Employee Rights that are Supervised
1 Section 1981 of Civil Rights Act of 1870
2 Title VII of the Civil Rights Act 1964
3 Civil Rights Act of 1991
3 Americans with disabilities
1 OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Administration)
2 Health Standards
1 Benefit Packages
Human Resource Management & Supervision
As the end of the twentieth century rapidly approaches, the time has come for the civil engineering profession to assess its human-resource practices in preparation for the coming century. The key to effective and efficient management in the twenty-first century will be diversity management. This requires an understanding of the demographic and social changes that have so greatly impacted the workplace during the last part of the twentieth century, and of the changes needed in current human-resource management practices to accommodate diversity in the workforce. Human resource management covers more ground than people might initially imagine. Some may define it as the interactions between employer and employee in the time period between which an employee is hired, until they are terminated. While this is true, human resources management begins even before this, with the policies that are created by the institution, and the laws that govern workplace relations. In an article by L. Dobb and P. Dick, (1993): Human Resource Management is the process of working with people so that they and their organizations reach full potential even when change precipitates the need to acquire new skills, assume new responsibilities, and form new relationships. (p. 1) There are many important issues in human resource management, ranging from communication, to problem behavior, to workplace health. I intend to cover mostly the laws and workplace health of Human Resource Management and Supervision. First, let me start by defining a few words like Human Resources Management, Recruitment and Law. “Human Resources Management refers to the practices and policies you need to carry out the personnel aspects of your management job, specifically, acquiring, training, appraising, rewarding, and providing a safe, ethical and fair environment for your company’s employees. These practices and policies include, for instance: Conducting job analyses (determining the nature of each employee’s job) Planning labor needs and recruiting job candidates Selecting job candidates Orienting and training new employees Appraising performance Managing wages and salaries (how to compensate employees) Providing incentives and benefits Communication (interviewing, counseling, disciplining) Training and developing current employees Building employee commitment” (Gary Dessler, Fifth Edition, p2) “Recruitment refers to an HRM practice designed to locate and attract job applicants for particular positions. Organizations may recruit