Advertisement Dear BMSites, This “Case Study for Practice” section explores the theory of Human Resource Management subject and helps you provide a practice of solving a case study by applying the theoretical as well as practical knowledge. Here we present Human Resource Management Case Study For Practice: Touch Communication...
UBMSFSI. 1: Foundation of Human Skills – 50 lectures, 3 credit. Foundation of Human Skills is a Semester 1 subject of FYBMS. Foundation of Human Skills is introduced in FYBMS to make the BMS students understand the basic behavior pattern of human which is the most important resource of...
Human Resource Management is a Sem 3 subject in SYBMS at St. Xavier’s College. The subject aims to make students understand human resource in its proper perspective. Human Resource Management (HRM) subject aims to familiarize the students with the various functions of human resource management and lay a strong...
People commit sins or make mistakes and God forgives them. When anyone makes mistake especially if the consequences affect us, it makes us angry, sad and depressed. If that anyone is someone close to you, it even hurts more. It depends upon a person whether to forgive people or...
Human resource audit involves verification of the various human relation practices, policies and a programme adopted by the company. Scope of human resource audit 1. All levels 2. Policy formulation 3. Policy communication 4. Recruitment and selection 5. Human resource development 6. Motivation. 7. Research &...
Human resource accounting involves quantifying the human resource in monetary terms and including it in the company’s assets. BENEFITS OF HUMAN RESOURCE ACCOUNTING 1. Knowing impact . 2. Analysing corporate strategies 3. Changes attitude of management 4. Proper investment – return analysis 5. Better utilisation of resource...
1) HRM have to select people whom they think can be effectively trained to work under different environment and culture as organisations nowadays have to operate in many countries. 2) Attrition rate is on the rise with around 20-25% of the...
Human relations refer to the interaction with the people. IMPORTANCE OF HUMAN RELATIONS 1. Improves productivity. 2. Better work atmosphere 3. Less labour turnover. 4. Less labour disputes. 5. Better utilisation of resources. 6. Effective control. 7. Job satisfaction-
Human resource development in the organisational content is a process by which employees in the organisation are helped in continuous and planned way to: * Acquire or sharpen capabilities to perform various functions; * Discover, identify and utilise their own inner potentials for their and organisation...
Downsizing involves reducing the size of the organisation. In order to survive in this competitive environment the organisation is expected to reduce the cost of operations. Role Of Human Resource In Downsizing * Human relations should lay down guidelines for the employees to be retrenched. *...
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