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HRM and the achievement of functional flexibility
Dissertation (M.A.) - University of Warwick, 1994.
Functional flexibility: Functional flexibility is a process in which employees gain the capacity to undertake a variety of tasks, rather than specializing in just one area. Horizontal flexibility involves each individual employee becoming multiskilled. Human Resource Management (HRM) Haslinda () cites HRM as the “process of managing human talents to achieve organization’s objective” (Haslinda, , p. ). Recruitment of talent, benefit management, labor relations, and other legalities such as employee safety and health are all F.
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HRM can be defined as a strategic and coherent approach to the management of an organization's most valued assets - the people working there who individually and collectively contribute to the achievement of its objectives. A distinction has been made by Storey ()13 between the 'hard' and 'soft' versions of HRM. Article shared by. Everything you need to know about the Strategic Human Resource Management (SHRM). Strategic Human Resource Management (SHRM) involve a set of internally consistent policies and practices designed and implemented to ensure that a firm’s human capital (employees) contribute to the achievement of its business objectives Schuler has developed a more comprehensive academic.
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Functional flexibility in human resource management systems, which helps the organization to improve its capacity to adaptat to current environments. From this point of view, this capacity is considered as a relevant source of competitive advantage. Drawing HRM and the achievement of functional flexibility book our theoretical analysis, we propose a new functional flexibility construct and a.
Functional Flexibility is a concept in companies where employees can work in different functions or can be deployed purposely to various functions with different roles and responsibilities. This can be accomplished by making the employees multi-skilled so that they can perform various types of tasks whenever required.
There are no fixed or same set of tasks which employees have to perform. The flexibility of HRM practices means the differences across business units and locations, the degree to which the basic practices are applied across different sites or jobs, or the rapidity in. This paper concentrates on functional flexibility in the hotel sector, for example in conjunction with higher levels of remuneration, in arguing its position that the impact of HRM in organizations is greatest where human resource initiatives are implemented as part of an integrated package of people practices.
hrm summary b5 chapter the nature of human resource management: introduction: hrm is the basis of all management activity. in this chapter hrm is introduced. Job design should seek to achieve ‘functional flexibility’ (i.e., polyvalency and multi-skilling) among the workforce (Atkinson and Meager, ) and the relaxing of.
Human Resource Management is a function within an organization which focuses mainly on the recruitment of, management of, and providing guidelines to the manpower in a company. It is a function of the company or organization which deals with concerns that are related to the staff of the company in terms of hiring, compensation, performance.
In the past, human resource management (HRM) was called the personnel department. In the past, the personnel department hired people and dealt with the hiring paperwork and processes.
It is believed the first human resource department was created in by the National Cash Register Company (NCR). functional flexibility: The ability of an organization to move employees to other duties or responsibilities within the company.
Functional flexibility reflects an organization's ability to adapt to changing conditions and requirements, and is affected by issues such as training, management, and outsourcing.
The link between perceived human resource management practices, engagement and employee behaviour: a moderated mediation model. The international journal of human resource management, 24(2), pp Bennett, J.M. and Ho, D.S., Human resource PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR ENGINEERS (pp. Atkinson identifies functional, numerical and financial flexibility as the major types of flexibilities that succeeding companies should seek for (Atkinson, ).
Functional flexibility has to do with the ability of employees to cope with different tasks and moves between jobs, e.g. multi-skilling (Dilworth ). The functional areas of HRM are mainly staffing, HR planning, talent hunting, performance management, training and development. The staffing identifies the selection of skilled and persons with capabilities, knowledge and experience to fill the desired job perspectives of the company (Armstrong, and Taylor, ).
Certainly,the necessity of strategic human resource management in a business cannot be undermined as human resource management practices and policies influencing work, attitudes and performance of. Human resource management consists of 4 important functions including staffing, selection placement, and compensation and performance management.
HR managers have to be sensitive to changes in people, competition and market since they have become more business oriented and strategically focused; they also have to be aware of the need for an.
Functional Flexibility should be based on the individual/task/goal, improve multi-planar motion, and provide stability and strength that matches the full range of motion that has been achieved. For example, if one is looking to improve functional flexibility for golf - the starting and the end position of the flexibility exercise should look.
Part 1 The framework of strategic human resource management 1 9. 1 Human resource management In this chapter, the concept of human resource management (HRM) is defined initially and the various models of HRM are described.
Consideration is then given to. Flexibility HRM is important across the world, because it enables people across the world to balance Organizations use ﬂexibility human resource management (HRM) to maintain employee motivationand performance (Herrbach,Mignonac, Vandenberghe, &Negrini, ).
However, because ﬂexibility HRM has primarily been designed for middle-aged. Conventionally, flexibility has had a comparatively peripheral presence in human resource and organizational behavior research.
Although, some pockets of research are able to be evidenced on a few areas related to HRM, for example: behavioral flexibility (Lindberg and Kaiser ), managerial/people flexibility (Jones et al. ; Verdú and Gómez-Gras ; Bamel et al.), flexible.
It establishes relationship between HRM and strategic management of the organization and facilitates the HRM to change its image as a “cost center” to that of a “strategic business partner”. Thus, the SHRM can be defined as the organisations action plan to align HRM with strategic business objectives so that the competitive advantage.
flexibility: financial flexibility (such as performance related pay), numerical flexibility (often by outsourcing tasks to external agencies) and by functional flexibility, enhancing the internal 'core competence' of the firm (Prahalad and Hamel ).
All three of. Human Resource Management is the process of recruiting, selecting, inducting employees, providing orientation, imparting training and development, appraising the performance of employees, deciding compensation and providing benefits, motivating employees, maintaining proper relations with employees and their trade unions, ensuring employees safety, welfare and healthy measures in compliance.Job rotation also gives each employee the opportunity to see how the different jobs of a company fit together and gives the company more flexibility in covering tasks when workers are absent.
However, while job rotation is a good way to enrich employees’ jobs, it can also hinder performance: Having to know several different jobs in order to.human resource management are discussed and the importance of human resource management practices is highlighted within the discussion.
human capital contribute towards the achievement of its business objectives (Delery & Doty, ). Likewise, Minbaeva () viewed HRM practices as a set of practices used by more functional skills and.