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It will illustrate the ethical considerations that should be included in policy development as well as the legal implications of human resources policies.
There is a certain consideration, that policies should cover every area of organization because then its each employee would know the “rules of the game” (McConnell, 2005). Notwithstanding the fact, that some organizations have written procedures and policies, they have no relationship to the needs of its employees. There are also organizations that establish numerous policies, but no one reads them. In all cases, policies have a number of purposes, such as providing of clear communication between the organizational levels, forming a basis for applying all employees equally and setting guidelines for managers and supervisors in the organizations. Human resources policies refer to the decision on employees’ matters and can be made without submission to higher levels of organization. Due to the fact, that top management is responsible for making decisions toward the employees of a certain organization, there is a need for HR policies to ensure such decisions to be made. HR policies ensure guidelines for the employment relations within the organization, thus identifying the recruitment intentions, promotion and development of the employees, the compensation etc. They serve as the development program for the HR department of each organization (Acquinas, 2006). They refer to the rules of conduct, which the organization establishes to attain the objectives. The main purpose of HR policy is to provide the adjusted course of rules within the organization; to ensure a positive order to the organization; to provide the basis for the decisions; to lead the attainment of objectives. HR contributes to the way the organization sets up its roles and rules, explains the consequences of activities and provides employees with the necessary for
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Studies have proved that most infections result from needle stick injuries. Several human resource laws and policies have been formulated and implemented to ensure that health personnel handle needles and other sharp objects in their space with extreme care, without any compromise to ensure that the injuries can be prevented in all ways possible.
For more than 60 years, our products have been one of the top selling knives in the local market and have found their top-ranked place in the US market. Started as a handcrafted knife maker Phantom Blades now employs the world’s latest technology and highly trained metallurgists and blacksmiths to combine our heritage with the modern knife making.
Then it is analysed through effects it caused in contemporary business world. Further the essay continues with a company's perspective on outsourcing. Finally, some future possible outcomes are presented to give a full picture on export of IT jobs.
Corporate governance had major changes during past fifty years evolving from a simple 'profit is king' approach to a much broader look at organisational performance.
Thus, it would be easier and illustrative to use a real life example of strategic HRM. This essay refers to the strategic human resources management followed by Highway Stores Ltd, a company based in Midlands, UK. In the specific firm, the management of human resources is the responsibility of the Personnel Department which has the responsibility for all the issues related to the firm's employees.
However, diversity has become vital in the recent past especially with the rising globalization and competition. Diversity in the recruitment and selection process refers to employment of different individuals with different qualities than those of the majority of the workers in an organization.
1995). The GE Medical CGR, Paris story is a model case study, in that it shows that even 'good managers' can create unsuccessful results in the context of globalization. The case reveals how unexamined practices within something as taken for granted as specialist knowledge in accounting or engineering, can lead to extraordinary tensions between existing employees, and new management oversight (Harris 2007).
The author of this essay aims to analyze the existing HRM practices of Tesco Plc. the largest retailer in the UK with over 240,000 employees as its human capital. The author also concentrates on the identification of the gaps between the existing practices and Human Resource principles to assess the degree to which the organization has put principles into actual practice.