Human Resource

 
 

Human Resource Management

HR Sets a stage for an open environment in an Organisation. It is bridge between employees and senior management.

All Change Please

Change Management

A Phrase heard by almost every one who has spent time in London and has been a commuter. The Words doesnt disturb if heard at the end of Detination, BUT when heard during the travel while the Bus or Tubes change their Destination due to Some reason causes immense disturbance. It is Human Nature we all do not want to move from the WAYS we are accustomed to. Unwanted or Uncalled for Changes to the routine causes annoyance. BUT its necessary and most of the times not in our control.

Stress at Workplace

The Changing nature of work, job roles and occupations has resulted in increased level of work stress. Work stress is a negative quality that results in negative mental and physical health with increased pessimistic behaviors both at workplace and home. Work and personal Factors that are pushed beyond the range of stability result in stress factors. For instance Work Overload, Low Income, Lack of Respect at Workplace all make significant contribution to stress level.

Tags: 

Roles in Performance Management

Leaders roles change and they are required to adopt additional roles in the Performance Management Process. Some of the roles identified include Champion for change, performance management advocate, and performance coach. Leaders as change champion are entrusted to improve business performance by taking initiative and through identification of key success details for building performance capacity. For the purpose of successfully building capacity of performance management and improvement seven key skills are identified. Firm leaders must:

Objectives of Performance Management and Appraisal

Performance Management is a key process of HRM that provides basis for developing individual and business performance. And is a part of the reward system in the most general sense. The intention is to improve the performance of the individuals and teams. It is about getting better results by understanding and managing performance through an agree framework of planned goals, standards and competency requirements. Performance Management is about finding answers to "What is to be achieved" and "How it is to be achieved". It helps find better and effective ways to improved business results.

Differences between HRM and Personnel Management

All these now form a major portion of the research and books written in HR. This does highlight an important phenomenon that Businesses and People have evolved, so the subject area. The changing nature of business, bombardment of information onto the customers, increased need for more skilled employees, all have contributed to this immense change that is being witnessed in HR.

Strategic HR Planning Process in an Organisation

If we fail to plan, then we are planning to fail, a saying we all have heard but seldom do we recognise the importance planning has in both our lives and the life of the organisation. Organisaton needs to make a plan for all its processes and activities. Since people oversee and implement the processes and activities, it is off utmost importance that Organisaton plans for people who would be entrusted with the job of making the organisaton an effective and efficient entity. Planning of Human Resource involve answering a few common questions, for instance

Benefits of Employee Training

Imparting knowledge of skills not known beforehand and learning means to perform tasks better and more confidently; this certainly reflects on the individual’s performance and results in better productivity for the business.

CEO - Human Resource (HR) Relationship

Recently went to this CIPD event in Central London, where an HR Director from a UK Based Firm came and discussed this Issue on the factors that account to successful relationship between HRD and the CEO. A lot to Learn, Great Speaker and a very comprehensive event. And would like to share some of the things is learnt there. It’s very true with HR that its relationship with any part of the organisation is never simple. People in other departments tend to find it difficult about what value HR offers to the Organisation. To solve this dilemma having a successful relation is very important.

Role Stress, Role Conflict and Role Ambiguity

 
 
 
 

Concept of Stress

Stress refers to the causes and the effects of feelings of pressure. How we cope with these pressures often is determined by our own levels of resistance and what else is going on at the time. Thus, the interplay of constraints, demands and supports is endlessly variable and, as such, it makes research into the area complex. Stress, therefore, may be defined as "a response to the perceived relationship between the demands on us and our ability to cope''.

Tags: 

Team and True Team Leader

 
 

Role of a Team Leader

Gripped by the objective of moving forward, gaining competitive advantage, attaining business goals, fulfilling organisational mission, today organisations have to focus on more fronts than they had to. This multiple focus has put more demands on the way they operate than ever before. Goals would have to be redefined, systems might have to be thought of again, organizational structures might have to be altered. Systems might have to be reassessed.C ulture will have to be changed, people will have to be carefully dealt with. It is not about focusing on few business functions and processes but taking a more holistic approach, integrating business processes and forming a more coherent and cohesive approach to the development.

Tags: 

The Respect Model

 
 

Respect at Workplace

Tags: 

Creating a Work Environment for Success

Good Workplace Improves Output / Results
 
 

Work environment is all about creating "A Great Place to Work", it is about making an organization where people belong, one where they would love to come, one where people would like to work, one where harmonious relationship are in existence. An environment is created by the stakeholders but most importantly it flows from the top, where leaders and top management have the responsibility to have values that foster, motivation, respect, commitment, risk taking, knowledge sharing and most importantly they take pride in what they do.

Employee Freedom of Expression and Retention

 
 

The topic to talk about today is about employees and their voice at workplace. Their are different ways through which an organization, can provide voice to their employees. First of all, it's very important to understand that workplaces have changed, the dynamics of business and how people work and how they want to be treated has changed altogether in the past 10 - 20 years. With companies going global, employees focus more on development, businesses are realizing the potential that their workforce could offer and the value that these people could add to the business through their knowledge and expertise.

Relationship between Employee and Employer

 
 

The Relationship bettwen the Business and Employee is changing. Change is the measure of success for individuals and the organisations, by Change it is referred to anything from change of working conditions, way to communicate, technological changes, anything that is different from the previous way of doing things, and is done for the betterment of both the people and the organisation is change.

Role and Organization of HR Function

 
 

This article describes the role of the HR function as a key part of the process of managing organizations. It dwells on the role of the function to provide advice, guidance and HR services. HR deals with the employees, the primary role of HR function revolves around taking initiatives and providing guidance, support and service in all matters pertinent to the personnel in the organization.HR is about attaining organizational objectives through people.

Tags: 

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Human Resource