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Business Case Essay

566 words - 3 pages

Post –Mid Project

Analysis of Comparative HRM Professional Practices

Overview: Human Resources Management is the strategic management of the employees, who individually and collectively contribute to the achievement of the strategic objectives of the organization.
To achieve HR goals, HRM helps in recruitment of human capital, training, motivation and maintenance of workforce .HR plays a significant role in clarifying the organization’s problems and providing solutions, while making employees working more efficiently. On the other hand, challenges do not cease for the HRM. Modern organizations can survive in the dynamic, competitive environment of today only if they capitalize on the full potential of each employee. So this assignment will give you the opportunity of learning MNCs’ HRM practices.
Learning Objectives

After completing this project, you will be able to:

1. Explore comparative study and determine which ...view middle of the document...

Step 2: Consider HRM practice following dimensions and for each dimension describe the managers’ role and activities being performed in your chosen company.

Topic | Detail of components |
Attraction | HR Planning, Recruitment & Selection |
Retention | Training and development, performance management, compensation |
Maintenance | Communication, Labor relation, Health and safety |

Step 3: Prepare a Questionnaire before conducting interview comprising all above mentioned HRM functions in detail and seek for approval by your course instructor.

Step 4: Prepare a report of the whole process and the findings of your analysis (the report should include: executive summary , table of contents, functions of HRM in your selected industry, Challenges faced by HR managers, conclusion ,summary, bibliography, any form used by organization, employee hand book, etc.)

Evaluation Criteria of Report
Topics | Marks |
Report and Application of HRM concepts | 10 |
Any forms and employee hand book | 04 |
Summary | 01 |
Conclusion & Recommendations | 03 |
Over all Report Presentation | 02 |
Total Marks | 20 |

Criteria for the evaluation of Presentation
Criteria | Marks |
In depth knowledge in to the material presented | 05 |
Personality and Professionalism | 02 |
Team coordination | 03 |

Late Submission
According to the policy, the late submission of course work (without any prior permission) will be penalized by deducting 10% from the maximum marks of that assessment item till one day. Any projects submitted after the dead line will not be entertained.
Plagiarism
We are having strict policies regarding plagiarism. The plagiarism can be done in any of the following ways:
a. Copying or including material form any source without due acknowledgment
b. Students, having assignments copied with one another.
The students found being indulged in these scenarios will be penalized by:
1. 1000 Rupees fine
2. Cancellation of Assignment
3. Expulsion from the course

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