A growing organization needs specialized people in every department to help in the productivity and growth of a business. Human resource management is a contemporary, umbrella term used to describe the management and development of employees in an organization.
The need for the HR department arose when concepts such as motivation, organizational behaviour, selection assessments, etc. began to take shape. Human resource management involves developing and administering programs that are designed to increase the effectiveness of an organization or business. The human resource gives a helping hand in areas that are not related to direct sales and marketing of the organization products. In a nutshell, human resource management involves overseeing all things related to managing an organization’s human capital.
HRM objectives are broadly classified into four categories.
HRM has to prepare human resources to accomplish organizational goals. HRM to achieve the organizational objectives like to earn profit, growth, expansion, survival, diversification etc. via the HR functions namely planning, recruiting, selecting, placement, induct, train and develop the human resources and to arrange for performance appraisal of the employees. HRM serves other functional areas, so as to help them to attain efficiency in their operations and benefit the organization. HR should achieve organizational goals through the proper utilization of human resources. Succession planning is an important aspect to be taken up as a contemporary organizational objective.
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HRM performs many functions for other departments directly or indirectly. HR to develop HRMS to maintain healthy working relationships among all the employees and to adopt sound, desirable organization structure. HR to oversee whether the functions are performed in time or not. Create opportunities and facilities for an individual or group developments according to the growth and development of the organization. Develop human assets continuously through the training and development programmes.
HRM should follow the rules and laws or legal restrictions imposed by society. It has to develop and maintain healthy relations between union and management. It is the responsibility of Human Resource to ensure that legal, ethical, and social-environmental issues are suitably dealt with.
Contribute to minimization of socio-economic evils such as unemployment problems, in equal distribution of income and wealth, more employment opportunities for women etc. Aim in creating healthy work relations in the organization and to work towards corporate social responsibility (CSR) involving employees to contribute to the cause.
HR has to assist employees in achieving their personal goals, such as higher wages and salaries, job satisfaction, better working conditions, standard working hours, promotion, motivation, welfare facilities, prestige, recognition, status, social security leading to employee satisfaction. Strive to provide healthy hygienic working conditions to the employees. HRM should motivate the employees and keep their morale high. Every HR should convert the organization into an engaged workplace by bringing together both engaged employees and engaged employers. Employee engagement ideas encourage employees to gain confidence in the organization.