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  • Human: refers to the skilled workforce in an organization.

  • Resource: refers to limited availability or scarce.

  • Management: refers how to optimize and make best use of such limited or scarce resource so as to meet the organization goals and objectives.

  • Human Resource Management involves management functions like planning, organizing, directing and controlling.

  • It involves procurement, development, maintenance of human resource 

  • It helps to achieve individual, organizational and social objectives 

  • Human Resource Management is a multidisciplinary subject.

  • It includes the study of management, psychology, communication, economics and sociology. 

  • It involves team spirit and team work.

  • It is a continuous process.

  • Human resource management as a department in an organization handles all aspects of employees and has various functions like   human resource planning , conducting  Job analysis ,  recruitment  and conducting job interviews,  selection of human resources ,  orienting  , training, compensating, providing benefits  and incentives, appraising, retaining, career planning ,  quality of work life ,  employee discipline,   human resource auditing , maintenance of industrial relationship, looking after welfare of employees and safety issues , communicating with all employees at all levels and maintaining awareness of and compliance with local, state and federal labor laws.

  • Primary responsibilities of the Human resource manager:

  • To develop a thorough knowledge of corporate culture, plans and policies.

  • To act as an internal change agent and consultant.

  • To initiate change and act as an expert and facilitator.

  • To actively involve himself in company’s strategy formulation. 

  • To keep communication lines open between the HRD function and individuals and groups both within and outside the organization.

  • To identify and evolve HRD strategies in consonance with overall business strategy.

  • To facilitate the development of various organizational teams and their working relationship with other teams and individuals.

  • To try and relate people and work so that the organization objectives are achieved effectively and efficiently.

  • To diagnose problems and to determine appropriate solution particularly in the human resources areas.

  • To provide co-ordination and support services for the delivery of HRD programs and services.

  • To evaluate the impact of an HRD intervention or to conduct research so as to identify, develop or test how HRD in general has improved individual or organizational performance.

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