The primary function of human resource management is to increase the effectiveness and contribution of employees in the attainment of organizational goals and objectives. There are many areas to the HRM process such as Human Resources Management and being a manager, being an employee and their goals, Human resource planning and recruitment, and selection, performance management, EEO and Affirmative Action, Human resources development, Compensation and benefits, Safety and Health, and Employee and labor relations. Identifying the main issues, identifying current and future pathways is all part of the Human resource management field.
Being a human resources manager is no mundane task especially these days in …show more content…
I believe that pay is the primary motivating factor for most jobs unless the person does not have a chance at earning something other than minimum wage. Existing employees are usually able to stay with a company even if their pay is not what they ultimately want for other reasons and maybe one of those reasons is because in the future an employee will be making more money in their position or even move up within the company. Many people do not like their jobs and feel that they are overworked and underpaid. I used to work in a college as a admissions rep and they categorized prospective students to fall into one of our categories. Which are, Unemployed, underemployed or unhappy? The student always wanted to go to school for the increased chance at making more money. Making money was the number one reason and the number 2 reason was to learn new skills that they were interested in.
Depending on the size of the company and/or HR department Regarding EOE, OFCCP, AA, OSHA, etc., the HR department usually tracks and manages the metrics, and files and stores the reports. Part of the human resource management responsibility is ensuring the workforce is compliant via recruiting efforts and sources. Implementing training to management and/or staff or the workforce is