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  • Personnel Management And Recruitment
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    On dealing with the premiss that the practice of recruitment and selection is a long way from the recommendations of personnel textbooks, distinction must be taken into account between explicit recommendations and guidelines, on one hand, and, on the other, implicit suggestions stemming from the authors own stance. The implications of distancing from, or identification with, such explicit recommendations and implicit suggestions will be viewed in this paper as well as forms of overt and covert r...
  • Processes Of Adaptation Of The New Personnel
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    "PROBLEM OF STAFF (PERSONEL L) ADAPTATION" Authors: Chek Check La Abstract 23 pages, 2 tables, 17 sources. The definition of the problem is the adaptation of personal in the Publishing House "Prapor". Object of research-the process of adaptation of personal in the Publishing House "Prapor". The purpose of work - to analyse a industrial-economic activities, a control system and a condition of processes of adaptation in the Publishing House "Prapor" and developing the project on perfection of proc...
  • Human Resource Management And Personnel Management
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    The term "human resource management" has come into popular usage in recent years. It is widely accepted in the workplace, and sums up the current state of play with regard to the management of people with the current emphasis on links to business strategy and on the fact that human resources are as important as any other resource and need to be managed carefully. One of the main underlying themes in the philosophy of HRM is that human resource needs must be taken into account in getting everyone...
  • Two Approaches In Employee Management
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    Discuss the similarities between HR management and Personnel Management. There are two approaches in employee management. They are the Human Resource Management (HRM) and Personnel Management. Although these two approaches seem different at a glance and on the surface, they are somewhat similar to one another in quite a few ways. Both approaches agree that employees have a right to proper treatment as dignified human beings while at work. This means that although employees are tied on a contract...
  • Personnel Management And Organisational Development
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    Does your company employ a Personnel Management (PM) or Human Resource Management (HRM) approach to managing people? If it employs an HRM Approach, would you describe it as "hard" or "soft"? If it uses a PM approach suggest ways in which it may ad Storey (1995, p 1) states that people are the most important asset to a business. If this is to be believed, choosing the right approach to managing people is critical to the success of an organisation. Today it is widely recognised that there are two ...
  • Achievement Of The Organization's Strategic Business Objectives
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    Personnel Management Personnel Management with its narrow focus on administration, reactive behavior and severance from the management mainstream - lacked top management support and made itself vulnerable to irrelevance amidst the business and organizational changes. From its traditional association with provision of welfare, policy interpretation and "corporate police" function, it thus justifies the notion of personnel management's image as a bureaucratic nuisance. What Is Human Resource Manag...
  • Hrm With Personnel Management
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    Along with the Thatcher ite era and an emphasis away from collective bargaining, reduction in bureaucracy and a move from the collective to the individual, a new void in the personnel function required to be filled. Thus, human resource management, or HRM, emerged as a practiced personnel function, promising flexibility, responsiveness and a marked increase in the value of the employee. Furthermore, with the reduction in heavy industries and increase in services and high technology, HRM promised...

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