Ch 12: Human Resource Management & Employee Recruitment

About This Chapter

Look at this chapter as you study human resource management and the employee recruitment process. Students who miss business class lectures can make use of this chapter to quickly catch-up on the important vocabulary words, human resource management methods, and other related concepts.

Human Resource Management & Employee Recruitment - Chapter Summary

One of the largest parts of running an organization includes hiring and managing staff members. In this chapter, you will discover the function of human resource management, and you will also get a more in-depth look at the employee recruitment process. In each of the short lessons within this chapter, you can gain further insight into the methodologies used by human resource management personnel, and you will learn the appropriate terminology to understand these business concepts. Most of the lessons we offer can each be completed within 5-10 minutes, so you can easily get through this entire chapter in less time than you may have anticipated. When you do finish the chapter, you will be prepared to do the following:

  • Summarize the responsibilities and objectives of human resource management
  • Critique how an organizational strategy should align with HRM
  • Generalize the various aspects of typical compensation systems
  • Show the importance of ethical issues in HR
  • Determine the human resource management methods for staffing and hiring
  • Differentiate between the common staffing selection methodologies
  • Establish the significance of position descriptions, job descriptions, and job specifications
  • Outline the different methods used for training employees
  • Name and describe the four typical methods of job evaluations

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