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Introduction to HRM (in Hindi)
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This lesson discusses the introduction, nature and functions of HRM in detail.

Priyashi Barthwal
MBA-Human Resource| 3 years of Industry and Teaching experience|Twice NET Qualified|Musicophile|Mellifluous|Anchor|Zealous|Enthusiastic|Spir

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  1. RESOURCE MANAGEMENT CBSE UGC NET/JRFDEC 2018 LABOUR WELFARE CODE 55 INTRODUCTION TO HRM Rate/ Review/Comment&Follow me at httpe/ ser/barthwalprivashi

  2. INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT HRM is the process of hiring developing employees so that they become more valuable to the organization SHRM includes conducting job analysis, planning personnel needs, recruiting the right people for the job, orienting & training, managing wages & salaries, providing benefits & incentives, evaluating performance, resolving disputes, & communicating with all employees at all levels. It is the process of recruitment & selecting employees, providing Orientation & induction. training & development, assessment of employees, providing compensation & benefits, motivating & maintaining proper relations with employees & with trade union, maintaining employees safety, welfare & healthy measures in compliance with labour laws of the land.

  3. Nature of HRM Human Resource Management is a process of bringing people & organizations together so that the goals of each one are met. *It tries to secure the best from people by winning their wholehearted cooperation It is the art of procuring, developing & maintaining competent workforce to achieve the goals of an organization in an effective & efficient manner. 1) Pervasive force: It is present in all enterprises. It permeates all the level management 2) Action oriented: HRM focuses on action rather than record keeping, writtern proceaures of rules. Employees problems are solved tnrough employee- irenaly policies aimed at eliminating tension-points, resolving controversies, securing cooperation

  4. ruividually oriented: It tries to help employees develop their potential fully. It encourage them to give their best. Employees are considered as valued members of an indispensible team. 4) People oriented: HRM is all about people at work, both as individual & groups. It tries to put people on assigned job in order to produce excellent results. The resultant gains are used to reward people & motivate them toward further improvements in productivity. 5) Future oriented: Effective HRM prepares people for current as well as future challenges. It firmly believes that it's an employee that give a company advantage not the building & machinery.

  5. 6 Development I Oriented: HRM intends to develop the full potential of emplovees The reward structure is tuned to the needs of employees . Training is offered to sharpen & improve their skills. Employees are rotated to various jobs so that they gain experience & exposure. 7) Integrating Mechanism: HRM tries to build & maintain cordial relations between people working at various levels in the organization 8) Comprehensive Function: HRM is concerned with the organizational decision which has arn impact on the workforce. It is concerned with managing people at work & covers all types of personnel. The basic objective is to achieve organizational effectiveness through effective & efficient utilization of human resource. It is a method of developing potentialities of employees so that they can get maximum satisfaction out of their work & give their best efforts

  6. 9) Auxiliary Function: HR dept. exist to assist & advise the line or operating managers to do their personnel work more effectively. HR manager is a specialist advisor. It is a staff function. 10) Interdisciplinary Function: HRM is a multi-disciplinary activity, utilizing knowledge & inputs drawn from psychology, sociology, anthropology, economies, etc. 11) Continuous Function: HRM requires a constant alertness & awareness of human relations & their importance in every day operations.