HRM is a philosophy of how to manage people based on the belief that human resources are uniquely important in continuous business success. An organization gains competitive advantage by using its people effectively, focusing on their capabilities and creativity to meet clearly defined objectives. Consequently, the backbone of any successful company is the HR department, and without a talented group of people to hire, culture, and inform employees, the company is doomed for failure.
A. Interviewing and selection.
B. Performance management systems.
C. Succession planning, (career path and organization charts).
D. Change management.
E. Job descriptions and evaluations.
F. HR quality management system, balanced score card, HR audits & metrics.
G. Grading and leveling salary structures ( benefit schemes).
H. Compliance with labor laws and regulations.
I. Employee Handbooks,( policies and procedures).
J. Disciplinary and grievance system.
K. Employ communication (suggestion programs, employee satisfaction, surveys & remedial plans, employee focus group and one-to-one meetings).
L. Manpower planning and personnel forecasting.
M. Training systems ( TNA, induction and orientation, cross functional training, measurement of training effectiveness and impact knowledge transfer).