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    Dear friend,
    Management of personnel and human resources has changed over the past three decades, partially due to increasing employment legislation, education issues, employee awareness, and changes in demographics. Thus HR managers need to find a strategy, which addresses issues of stability and change, to enable effective leadership of staff.
    To maintain correct staffing levels businesses need to recruit the right quality of staff. This includes people for production, administration, sales, accounting, and management levels. Historically, businesses have relied upon schools and colleges to supply this new input.

    However, in recent years standards have fallen. This problem is resulting in the diversion of billions from job improvement and learning to what is in effectively remedial training, and is causing problems to HR.

    Having achieved the levels of staff that are required, the last thing that a business wants is to have a large portion of them leaving. In an effort to avoid this, HR has to operate systems that attract and keep staff loyal to the company. There are a number of ways this can be achieved, by assisting with relocation and ensuring staff involvement in the business. Many Human Resource experts see a partnership approach with Unions on employee issues as a positive step in building strategies in the retention process. The difficulty sometimes exists in persuading the Unions to move from traditional styles to a more co-operational approach.
    Another issues that impact upon retention are the rewards or pay and career path. Irrespective of their loyalty to a business, an employees first concern is to himself and his family. If a package offered by a competitor firm represents a significant increase over current pay and benefits, his loyalty to family are likely to come first.
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    Re: Some Strategies for effective human resource management!

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      Re: Some Strategies for effective human resource management!

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        I totally agree with the point that HR managers have to think of the strategy which would bring up their organizations. It is very vital for the HR managers to know the importance of the requirements of organizations in order to reach them all.

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          Human Resource Management [HRM] of a particular organization should be used properly. IF the HRM of the organization should be used properly then will be proved good that is advantageous to organization. If the HRM could not be treated properly then they will be proved as a burden on the organization.

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            Human resource management is designed to help companies best meet the needs of their employees while at the same time promoting company goals. It deals with any aspects of a business that affects employees, such as hiring, training, and pay.
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              human resource management help to build capability of organization. It help keep office culture healthy and joyful.

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                Re: Some Strategies for effective human resource management!

                The strategies of Human Resources is to maximize the return on investment from the organization's human capital and minimize financial risk. It is the responsibility of human resource managers to conduct these activities in an effective, legal, fair, and consistent manner. Human resource management serves these key functions:

                Recruitment Strategy Planning
                Hiring Processes(recruitment)
                Performance Evaluation and Management
                Promotions
                Redundancy

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