HR Management

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HR Management

The ‘human resource’ or HR Management of an organization is composed of all the efforts, skills or capabilities of all the people who work for that organization. Some organizations may call this ‘human resource’ as ‘staff’ or ‘workforce’ or ‘personnel’ or ‘employees,’ but the basic meaning remains the same. All those who work for an organization are workers.

Course Outline

Human Resource Management

  • Meaning of Human Resources
  • Human resource functions
  • Organization culture
  • Human resource activities in management
  • HR specialists
  • Strategic aspects of HRM
  • The HR manager
  • Industrial relations
  • The role of HR department
  • Effects of a good HR policy
  • Responsibilities of HR department

Manpower planning, recruitment and selection

  • Expansion of organization
  • HR or manpower planning
  • Self-regulatory manpower control
  • Problems caused by expansion of organization
  • Scientific management
  • Organization and Method Studies (O & M Studies)
  • Recruitment
  • Policy of recruitment
  • Recruitment process
  • Selection

Induction, Training and Employee Development

  • Induction
  • Training and development
  • Need and benefits of training
  • Types of training programs
  • Training and development methods
  • Characteristics of a good training program
  • Designing the training program
  • Evaluation of training

Health, Safety, Security and Welfare

  • HR department’s responsibilities
  • Fire prevention and fire fighting
  • Medical facilities
  • Safety and security officers
  • Prevention of theft and pilfering
  • Employee welfare

Performance Appraisal

  • Purpose of Performance Appraisal
  • Importance of Performance Appraisal
  • Steps in Appraisal
  • Methods, techniques and tools


  • Remuneration policy
  • Systems of remuneration
  • Standard employee benefits

Personnel Records and Statistics

  • Need for Personnel Records
  • Information in Personnel Records
  • Formats of Personnel Records
  • Reports
  • Learning Organizations

Industrial Relations

  • Trade Unions
  • Collective bargaining
  • Industrial action
  • Joint consultation
  • Staff Associations
  • The Role of HR Manager


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